Snake Tray adds to cable management line

May 8, 2007 -- Snake Tray has introduced three new cable management products.

May 8, 2007 -- Snake Tray has introduced three new cable management products.

The Mega Snake is a high-capacity cable tray for overhead applications. The tray's design can convey thousands of cables for large cable runs. The Snake Rail, the tray's built-in suspension system, requires no brackets and allows for random placement of the hanging rod system. The Snake Rail can seamlessly interface with other sized Snake Trays as well as with patch panels, strain relief and fiber-optic pass-over devices. With the Mega Snake, on-site fabrication of turns, tees and cross sections is not required, vis a vis the company's pre-manufactured components. The product nests together for cost-effective shipping and easy on-site handling.

The Snake Race is a mini- cable manager designed for use in tight spaces and small cable runs. The hand bendable cable conveyance can mount to any surface (i.e. horizontal, vertical or angled). The product's built-in mounting rings are spaced to accommodate common stud spacing. Intended for residential, audio/visual, and sound/security applications, as well as office environments, hospitals, and schools, the product is a suitable containment for Romex cables and easily mounts under desks or furniture.

The Snake Hook is a cable manager for use on walls, overhead or under floors. The product's wide arch design relieves stress on cables for maximum performance, says the company. A built-in mounting system allows for quick installations; the product's smooth wide arch makes pulling cables easier. The Snake Hook is qualified for plenum environments and can be used for lighter cable counts and/or as a service loop hanger.

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