Cable tray system

The Redi-Rail cable tray system by Cooper B-Line features an I-Beam side rail design, which reduces design time, installation cost, and procurement costs.

04/08/2013


Redi-Rail cable tray system by Cooper B-LineThe Redi-Rail cable tray system by Cooper B-Line features an I-Beam side rail design, which reduces design time, installation cost, and procurement costs. The system also utilizes the efficiency of the I-Beam shape along with the strength and corrosion resistance of Aluminum 6063-T6 material. This makes the Redi-Rail system easier to cut, handle, and install while still maintaining a NEMA 12B load rating. The Redi-Rail system has also optimized the location of the pre-punched rung and splice holes. The holes are positioned at the top and bottom of the I-Beam web. Because they are mechanically fastened, each rung can be moved or removed for precise cable dropouts.

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