Prefab metal cable tray features ventilated or solid bottoms

June 15, 2016
Designed for most size cables, the Cope Trof cable tray is available in hot-dip galvanized steel, pre-galvanized steel, stainless steel, and aluminum versions.

Cope (New Bedford, MA), a specialist in cable management solutions, now offers the Cope Trof cable tray system, a pre-fabricated metal structure featuring ventilated or solid bottoms welded to side rails. Designed for most size cables, the Cope Trof cable tray is available in hot-dip galvanized steel, pre-galvanized steel, stainless steel, and aluminum versions. The range of materials is intended for customization to all environments. Cope says the Trof cable tray is ideal for use in the power, automotive, transportation, service entranceways, data, heavy industrial and commercial industries.

Manufactured and tested to NEMA standard VE-1, the Cope Trof cable tray features corrugations that provide great lateral rigidity to the bottom of the tray, transmitting the load to the side rails. Offering continuous support of one inch ribs every two inches, with or without ventilation, the tray's design virtually eliminates cable sag and uneven cable point loading, claims the company. The bottom design offers safety and security from unauthorized access. The tray system’s ventilation allows for free passage of air through the openings, resulting in a 68 percent open area to facilitate proper heat dissipation.

The Cope Trof cable tray meets ASTM A1011 or ASTM A1008 standards for hot-dip galvanized steel products; ASTM A-653-G90 for pre-galvanized steel products; AA-6063-T6 and AA-6063-H34 for aluminum side rails and bedplates, respectively; and ASTM A-240 type 304 for stainless steel products. A comprehensive range of fittings makes the system customizable to accommodate varying configurations. Users can achieve design flexibility with numerous sizes of horizontal and vertical elbows, adjustable elbows, cross pieces, tees, reducers and branches. Cope’s customer service experts can help customers select the right fittings for specific applications.

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