Wire Mesh Cable Tray ML50
◆ Application Type: Wire Mesh Cable Tray –
◆ Material: Electro – galvanized steel, Powder coated steel = STD, Hot – dip galvanized steel = NN, Stanless steel 304 = I
◆ Standard: IEC 61537:2007 – TCVN 10688:2015
◆ Width: From 50mm to 600mm.
◆ Length: 3000 mm
◆ Diameter: 3.8 mm – 6.0 mm
◆ Product code: – Width – Diameter – Material
◆ Open structure, simple design, with the ability to contain multiple electrical cables at the same time.
◆ Quickly installation and construction.
◆ Steel mesh (either smooth or round) is designed to be resistant to dirt buildup.
◆ The large size of the wire mesh cable tray allows for easy routing of electrical cables in and out at any time.
◆ The high side walls of the cable tray help prevent the electrical cables from falling out.
◆ It is suitable for use in data centers and food and beverage processing plants.
Wire Mesh Cable Tray/Cable Basket Tray CVL®
ML50- Width – Diameter – Material
Use of electrical wire mesh tray.
Electrical wire mesh trays are primarily used for cable management and support in commercial and industrial buildings. They provide a safe and organized pathway for electrical cables, offering several key benefits:
Cable Routing: Wire mesh trays are used to route and guide electrical cables throughout a building. They create a dedicated pathway, ensuring cables are securely positioned and protected from damage.
Cable Support: The wire mesh tray supports the weight of the cables, preventing sagging or strain that could lead to performance issues or safety hazards. It ensures proper cable positioning and minimizes stress on the cables.
Cable Protection: The open design of the wire mesh tray allows for proper airflow and ventilation around the cables. This helps dissipate heat generated by the electrical currents, reducing the risk of overheating and potential cable damage.
Cable Accessibility: Wire mesh trays provide easy access to the cables, allowing for efficient maintenance, troubleshooting, and modifications. Cables can be added, removed, or rerouted as needed without major disruptions or disassembling the entire system.
Safety Compliance: Wire mesh trays help meet safety regulations and codes by organizing cables in a structured and secure manner. They reduce the risk of cable damage, fire hazards, and electrical accidents.
Versatility: Wire mesh trays can be installed in various locations, including overhead, along walls, or under raised floors. They can adapt to different building layouts and cable routing requirements.
Cost-Effectiveness: Wire mesh trays are often cost-effective compared to alternative cable management solutions. They offer a balance between functionality, ease of installation, and affordability.
It’s important to note that wire mesh trays are just one type of cable tray available, and the specific choice of cable management system depends on factors such as cable capacity, environmental conditions, and installation requirements.
Some advantages of using wire mesh tray include:
Cable protection: The tray provides a secure pathway for cables, protecting them from damage due to abrasion, moisture, and accidental contact.
Easy installation: The open design of the tray allows for quick and straightforward installation without the need for specialized tools or equipment. The trays can be easily interconnected to create longer cable runs.
Cable management: The tray facilitates proper cable management by organizing and separating cables, reducing the risk of tangling and improving accessibility for maintenance and troubleshooting.
Flexibility: Wire mesh trays can be easily modified or expanded as the cable system evolves or changes over time. New cables can be added or existing ones can be re-routed without significant disruptions.
Cost-effective: Compared to other cable management systems, wire mesh tray is generally more cost-effective due to its simplicity, ease of installation, and adaptability.
It’s worth noting that wire mesh tray is just one type of cable tray available in the market. Other types include solid-bottom tray, ladder tray, and perforated tray, each with its own advantages and use cases. The choice of cable tray depends on factors such as cable capacity, environmental conditions, and installation requirements.