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Perforated cable trays are a popular choice for commercial and industrial electrical installations due to their excellent cable support and ventilation. These trays are typically made from steel or aluminum and feature a base and sides that are perforated with a series of holes or slots.

The perforated design of these cable trays helps to improve air circulation around cables, which can help to dissipate heat and prevent cable failure. It also makes it easier to install and maintain cables, as installers can easily route cables through the perforations without the need for additional tools or equipment.

Perforated cable trays are available in a range of sizes and configurations, making it easy to customize the trays to suit specific project requirements. They can also be fitted with a range of accessories such as covers, dividers, and bends to further enhance cable protection and organization.

One of the key benefits of using perforated cable trays is their ability to provide excellent cable support and ventilation, which can help to improve the safety and reliability of electrical systems in commercial and industrial settings. They are also highly customizable and easy to install, making them a popular choice for a wide range of different electrical projects.

Overall, perforated cable trays offer a versatile and efficient solution for managing cables and wires in commercial and industrial settings. Their perforated design provides excellent ventilation and cable support, while their customizable configuration makes them suitable for a wide range of different electrical projects.

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The material and dimensions used in the manufacturing of cable trays can vary depending on the specific application and requirements. However, in general, the following are the common materials and dimensions used:

Material: Cable trays can be made of various materials, including:
Steel: This is the most common material used for cable trays. It is strong, durable, and can withstand heavy loads.
Aluminum: This material is lightweight, corrosion-resistant, and suitable for outdoor use.
Stainless steel: This material is highly resistant to corrosion and is suitable for harsh environments.
Dimensions: The dimensions of cable trays can vary depending on the specific application and load requirements. However, the following are the standard dimensions used:
Width: Typically, the width of cable trays ranges from 50mm to 900mm.

Depth: The depth of cable trays ranges from 25mm to 200mm.

Length: The length of cable trays can be customized to meet specific requirements, but standard lengths are usually 3meter.

Thickness: The thickness of cable trays varies depending on the material used and load requirements. Typically, it ranges from 1.2mm to 3mm for steel trays and 2mm to 5mm for aluminum trays.

It’s important to note that different applications may require different materials and dimensions for cable trays. It’s best to consult with a professional engineer or supplier to determine the most suitable material and dimensions for a specific application.

Paint Specifications

Paint Specifications

Panel having an electrostatic epoxy powder coated texture finishing to (RAL-7032 & 7035) or a wide

Choice of colors upon Client request.

  • Type Epoxy polyester powder
  • Coating Thickness 60-80 pm
  • Staved at 180 to 200°C
  • Gloss level Semi gloss 40 to 60%

Decree of protection

External cladding and doors all come with a sealing gasket ensuring the above mentioned standard. minimum IP class-42 and (IP 56 Obtainable) according to standard IEC -60529.

Internal Separation

Internal protection of our system is achieved using Form 1 to Form 4B type. The compartments are efficiently protected against Arcing. The incoming feed unit and the main bus bars are separated, the main & distribution bus ducts are separated from one another and also from other compartment.

Save Work Environment

Save Work Environment

Creating a safe work environment is essential when it comes to cable tray installation. The following are some of the key measures that can be taken to ensure that cable tray installation is performed safely:

Adequate Training: All workers involved in the installation of cable trays should receive proper training on the correct installation procedures, as well as the use of relevant tools and equipment. This will help to ensure that the work is performed safely and efficiently.

Protective Gear: Workers should be provided with appropriate personal protective equipment (PPE), including gloves, hard hats, safety glasses, and steel-toed boots, to protect them from potential hazards during the installation process.

Work Site Preparation: Before beginning the installation process, it is important to ensure that the work site is properly prepared. This may include clearing any obstacles and debris from the area and marking out the location of the cable trays.

Risk Assessment: A risk assessment should be performed to identify any potential hazards that may arise during the installation process. Measures should be taken to mitigate these risks and ensure that the work can be performed safely.

Proper Installation: The cable trays should be installed according to the manufacturer’s instructions and in compliance with relevant safety regulations. This may include the use of appropriate fasteners and supports to ensure that the trays are securely attached.

Inspection: Once the installation process is complete, a thorough inspection should be performed to ensure that the cable trays are properly installed and meet all relevant safety standards.

Perforated Cable Trays

Perforated cable trays are a type of cable tray that features a series of holes or slots in the base and sides to allow for ventilation and easy cable installation. They are commonly used in commercial and industrial electrical installations to help organize and manage cables.

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