Cable trays are primarily used for cable management when new wiring is required. Professionals also prefer to use cable trays instead of pulling wires through pipes. Besides supporting insulated electric cables, our cable trays can also be used as electrical conduit systems. With our extensive experience, we provide a complete solution for cable management systems – including design, manufacturing, and technical support. Our high-quality cable support systems enable us to provide world-class cable management solutions.
engineering and design support
fast and easy delivery through local facilities
latest designs and accessories for easy installation
harsh and corrosive environment protection
made from stainless steel along with corrosion-resistant finishes
excellent load span classification
Our cable trays are used in various sectors:-
Offices and retail stores
Resorts and hotels
Pharmaceutical & manufacturing
Oil & Gas
Oil & Gas refineries
Schools and universities
Hospitals and healthcare institutions
Water treatment facilities
Why Are Cable Trays Being Used?
Pinax cable tray management is available in a variety of finishes such as aluminium or steel. Straight sections are available in a number of lengths and bottom types, as well as a wide range of fittings, covers, and accessories to meet all installation requirements.
Cable ladders are much safer to install than conduits since energized parts are less likely to be exposed. It is easier to connect the cables in a cable ladder system than to pull the cables through the conduit after termination.
It is more important than ever for businesses to be flexible – to expand facilities quickly, to introduce new processes or products according to market demand. The flexibility of cable ladders to changing demands and technologies is a significant benefit. Cables can enter or exit the ladder at any point, making modifications, redesigns, or expansions a simple task. There is no need to replace the entire system, ensuring minimal disruption to site activity.
With Pinax cable ladders, cost savings can be realized by lowering installation, engineering, and maintenance costs, reducing the need to reconfigure whenever requirements change, and also reducing downtime. Environmental problems can be reduced as well, since power loss to essential equipment results in fewer environmental problems.
Cable ladder wiring systems need less maintenance than conduit systems. In case of routine servicing, it tends to be easier, less labour intensive and takes less time to complete.
With straight sections, fittings, covers, etc., Pinax provides complete, versatile cable management solutions for all kinds of buildings and environments.
Components Of A Cable Tray
Straight section and Fittings
The sections are prefabricated from steel or aluminum and are connected by transverse rungs. All installation options are available in a range of materials, lengths, and bottom types. The section is supplied complete with splice plates so it can be connected to other sections, fittings, etc. Cable ladder fittings include bends, reducers, tees, wyes, and crosses that change a cable ladder’s direction, elevation, or size based on building design/cable run limitations. We offer two distinct aluminum cable ladder systems: H-style and U-style. The two systems can be used interchangeably.
With straight sections and fittings, cable ladder installations can follow existing or planned cable runs for new projects or existing buildings.
Depending on the material and width of the cable ladder, covers are available to provide mechanical protection and should be installed where falling objects may damage cable runs or where pedestrians or vehicles may access the ladders. You can choose from solid, ventilated, or peaked roof styles.
Straight sections and fittings can be supplemented with a wide variety of accessories and supports, including drop-outs, hold-down clamps, splice plates, and barrier strips. Suitable for straight sections and fittings, barrier strips can be adjusted from side to side.
Things To Consider While Selecting A Cable Tray
Cable ladder materials may react differently in different conditions.
For instance, certain grades of stainless steel, may be resistant to salt water at high flow rates yet display some corrosion chipping in standing salt water. Several factors affect the corrosion resistance of a cable ladder system in a particular application, which can only be quantified by the designer.