Cable Tray

Cable Trays:

Cable trays are rigid structures used to support and pass through cables. . The National Electrical Code (NEC) specifies the type of cable tray used. Cable trays are capable of supporting a variety of cabling, such as:

High voltage lines, power lines, fiber optic lines and telecommunication and control lines.

Material used in cable tray:
The choice of materials for the cable tray is based on the type and definition of the project.
Aluminum: Aluminum trays are very lightweight and are used because of their high weight to weight ratio. The advantage of using aluminum is that it does not require maintenance.
Galvanized Steel Sheet: Galvanized steel trays have good mechanical strength and low cost but are high in weight.
Stainless steel: Has high mechanical strength and high ambient temperature. The stainless steel cable tray is made of stainless steel AISI Type 316.

Types of cable trays:

Cable Tray for High Pressure Cables, Cable Tray for Medium and Low Pressure Cables, Cable Tray (Ventilation), Cable Lighting Systems, Basket Wire Tray

Cable tray systems are used to support wires and cables in the distribution and power networks and communication systems (including telephone cables, network cables, and fire alarm systems). Due to the wide variety and use of "cable trays", this system is considered as a suitable replacement for old unshielded wiring or electrical pipe wiring and is usually used for cable management in commercial and industrial construction. used.

At Alvand Cable Tray and Ladder Complex, we offer our customers a wide range of punched and non-punched cable trays and other required network connections that are manufactured with a wide range of different quality metals. Various raw materials are used in the manufacture of cable trays, which can be customized depending on the type of order and customer requirement. These materials include fabricated galvanized steel sheet (cold galvanized), stainless steel sheet (304, 316, 316L), oil sheet which is plated after curing (hot galvanized) and aluminum sheet.
Cable trays can also be used in large stores, banks and homes. A wide range of these products are designed and manufactured and available to customers according to the different types of uses that can vary in each project.

In addition to cable trays, the company provides a wide range of accessories for installation in cable tray systems including various cable tray fittings such as knee cable tray, triple cable tray, four way cable conversion tray, retainer and related accessories and other accessories. Provides customers with a secure system to install and connect.

Perforated and non-punched cable tray

We offer a wide range of punched cable trays made using high quality raw materials such as galvanized, stainless steel and aluminum. Typically these trays are made of fabricated galvanized sheet. In addition to our customer requirements, we can also provide our cable tray with plain or powder coating.

The length of each branch of the cable tray is between 2000 and 3000 mm and the average length of the cable, however depending on the different requirements of the project can be produced cable trays with lengths ranging from 1000 to 6000 mm. Also produce other required fittings in accordance with cable tray products such as knee cable tray, triple cable tray, four way cable tray, cable tray conversion, cable tray door and other support and support systems for trays and grid, We also provide a variety of accessories for our range that are used to support and install cables on cable trays.
In fact, the cable tray is similar to a bridge that provides safe transportation of wires and cables through openings and is structurally designed to minimize overheating problems and the possibility of fire. This system manages the quantities of cable available in various sizes and styles, making it easy for you to do the cabling, allowing you to add cables or cables to this path when necessary. Or subtract. This system facilitates upgrading, expanding, resetting or relocating networks. In addition, in terms of cable tray, your power system and network will be protected from potential accidents and impacts.
There are several types of cable trays available in the market. Before selecting any of them, note the specifications that will lead you in the right direction.
The use of metal in cable tray construction makes it easy to replace this system with previous methods. Using this system quickly proved its worth as one of the reliable and reliable options to support the electricity distribution network. This is a cost-effective solution that increases the efficiency of the project implementation. Due to its engineering design and easy-to-use and easy-to-use method, the system runs faster than other methods, and is also known as a time-saving method because it can be easily and in a fraction of the time Install it.

In most commercial and industrial sectors, this method is also used as an alternative to the plumbing system because it is both safe and reliable and can be installed quickly. The company strives to be one of the best cable tray manufacturers to help you with the dynamics and efficiency of your project. We use the best raw materials available to produce cable trays in various types, so you can trust it for your systems and safety requirements.

Selection criteria

Type and number of cables used in the system
Environmental conditions: Will the cables be exposed to harsh weather conditions?
Corrosion susceptibility value
Weight of cable installed
Bending radius of cable tray
Cable Freight In / Out: How easy will cabling along the tray be?
Ease of installation
Expandability: Can extra cables be easily added to the tray?
How much heat is exchanged in this system
Produced widths and support systems
And standards

The National Association of Electricity Manufacturers (NEMA) has published several documents on cable trays.
NEMA VE1 covers cable tray definitions, production standards, performance standards, testing standards and application information.
NEMA VE2 is a cable installation guide.
The NEMA FG1 covers fiberglass cable tray systems.
Articles 250, 318, 392 and 800 of the National Electricity Code (NEC) also cover various aspects of cable trays.

A fiberglass cable tray can meet the ASTM D-635 (flame compliance and off duty requirements) and the ASTM E-84 (smoke density rating).
The National Association of Electrical Contractors (NECA) has a standard for installing metal cable tray systems:
NECA NEIS 105: Standard for installation of metal cable tray systems

. We also offer customization options as per customer requirements.
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