Waterfall for Cable Tray

Feb. 22, 2024
Cable-management device, which installs over a tray’s sidewall without the need for tools, eliminates stress and pressure points on the cable.

The nVent CADDY WBT Performance Cable Tray Waterfall is a cable-management solution for wire basket trays. It installs over the tray’s sidewall, enabling installers to eliminate stress and pressure points on cable without the need to cut the tray.

“Its flexible design and tool-free installation cater to both over-the-wall and flush-mount applications,” nVent comments. “The waterfall provides robust support and protection for large, high-density cable bundles and is ideal for managing copper and fiber-optic cables” for applications including Power over Ethernet and distributed antenna systems, the company adds.

The steel waterfall is available in 12- and 20-inch options. It has a 120-degree bend radius; the sidewalls help funnel cables to an installer’s desired location, which creates a continuous pathway solution while maintaining visual appeal, nVent says.

It includes designated tie-off areas for grounding and bonding, and is equipped with tie-down openings to facilitate bundled cables. The powder coating protects against both scratches and cable damage. Finishes include black powder and electro-galvanized coatings. Other color customizations are also available.

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