Universal ladder cable tray system suits heavy industrial, commercial structures

Feb. 23, 2016
The Cope Ladder cable tray can withstand heavy rigor and harsh environments with heavy hot dip galvanized steel, fiberglass, and aluminum options.

Cope (New Bedford, MA), a provider of cable management solutions, announced that it now offers its Cope Ladder Cable Tray System, a new universal cable tray solution ideal for use in the power, automotive, transportation, data, heavy industrial and commercial industries.

According to the company, the Cope Ladder cable tray can withstand heavy rigor and harsh environments with heavy hot dip galvanized steel, fiberglass, and aluminum options. Cable tray systems are a cost-effective alternative for buildings requiring multiple cable runs, notes the company. The new product's open design allows for easy installation of cables by electricians as well as future access for adding or removing cable runs. All models are UL-classified and meet National Electrical Manufacturers Association (NEMA) VE-1 standards for metal cable tray systems.

Offered in both aluminum and steel, Cope Ladder Cable Tray Systems are available for all cable tray load classes that might be required – from NEMA 12A to 20C. Cope also offers a 30C I-Beam system that will support 100 lbs per foot at a 30 ft span. An offering of four different load depths, four different materials and finishes, and seven widths provide a cost effective solutions for most job requirements.

A range of nearly twenty fittings makes the system totally customizable to accommodate any kind of tricky configuration. Users can achieve design flexibility with numerous sizes of horizontal and vertical elbows, adjustable elbows, cross pieces, tees, reducers, and branches. Cope customer service experts can help customers select the right fittings for specific applications.

Strong and durable, the Cope Ladder Cable Tray Systems are also known for their "swaged rung." The tray's unique design offers double the pull-out strength, provides an overall stiffer rigidity, and unobscured access to cables when compared to welded options. Due to the swaged mechanical connection made at 20,000 lbs, the rung will not fail even under extreme conditions.

Depending on the gauge required, steel versions of the product meet ASTM A1011 or ASTM A1008 standards. The lightweight, aluminum option is extruded 6063-T6 material and meets NEMA loading requirements. For more information, visit http://www.copecabletray.com/.

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