Ladder cable tray system

Ladder cable tray system is designed for use in the power, automotive, transportation, data, heavy industrial and commercial industries.

06/30/2016


Ladder cable tray system is designed for use in the power, automotive, transportation, data, heavy industrial and commercial industries. Courtesy: CopeCope's ladder cable tray system is designed for use in the power, automotive, transportation, data, heavy industrial, and commercial industries. Cope Ladder cable tray can withstand heavy rigor and harsh environments with heavy hot dip galvanized steel, fiberglass, and aluminum options. All models are UL-classified and meet NEMA standards. A range of 20 fittings makes the system totally customizable to accommodate different types of configuration. Users can achieve design flexibility with numerous sizes of horizontal and vertical elbows, adjustable elbows, cross pieces, tees, reducers, and branches. The system is suited for applications such as nuclear and hydroelectric facilities, oil and gas refineries, chemical, hospitals, schools, and data centers.

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