- Model NO.: CM50/75/100/150 Wire Mesh Grip
- Surface Finish: Electro Zinc Plating, Hot DIP Galvanized,Powder Co
- Export Markets: Global
- Trademark: vichnet
- Packing: According to Requirements
- Standard: SGS, ISO9001: 2000
- Origin: Ninbo China (Mainland)
- HS Code: 85372090
- Production Capacity: 6 Hq Containers Per Month
Wire Mesh Grip is produced from high mechanical strength steel wires of up to 6mm. These are thicker and therefore stronger than apparently similar products. Cablofil incorporates a unique T welded safety edge resulting in performance comparable with traditional cable tray but with many added benefits.
Wire Mesh Grip is used extensively for data cables and low voltage installations, steel wire tray has become increasingly popular with installers thanks to its ease of use, flexibility and lightweight structure. They are appropriate for Sensitive cables such as control cables, optical cables, telecommunication cables, etc.
Features and Benefits of Wire Mesh Cable Trays:
1. Low cost.
2. Light in weight.
3. Easy for line check and cleaning.
4. Easy maintained.
5. Fast heat dispersion.
6. Cables can be secured to clamps or ties.
7. Flexible and fast installation.
8. Safe-T-Edge design to protect cables.
9. Strong enough to withstand short circuits.
Optional Material: Black Steel, Stainless Steel, Aluminium, Alloy, Fibreglass Reinforced Plastic (FRP)
Mode: Top curved / Top Straight
Surface Finish: Zinc-plating, Hot-dip Galvanizing (HDG), Powder-coated, Pickled & Passivated.
We are able to design styles in various specifications according to the drawings and/or samples by the clients.
The choice of materials is a matter of the physical and mechanical properties produced by each, compared against the intended function, as well as the environment, in which the trays are to be installed.
2). SURFACE FINISH:
A). Zinc-plating cable trays are suitable for indoor use. The place where cold zinc-plating cable trays would work should be dry, ventilated, and corrosion free.
B). Hot-dip Galvanizing (HDG) cable trays are not suggested for wire mesh cable trays.
C). Powder-coated cable trays should be carried out in alkali and salt corrosion free site.
D). Pickled & Passivated should be used to stainless steel wire trays.
Specification for power and communications cabling containment.
Steel Wire Cable Tray conforming to the material and performance of this specification.
A). Cable tray shall be manufactured from steel wires, welded together and bent into final shape prior to surface treatment.
B). Surface Treatments:
I). Electro zinc plated to BSEN 12329-2000 for interior use (level 2)
Ii). Hot Dipped Galvanised with between 60 and 80 microns of zinc to BS 729.
Iii). Stainless Steel AFNOREZ CND 17.2 (AISI 316L)
C). Steel Wire Cable Tray Widths & Depths
I). Cable Tray dimensions are all internal.
Ii). Depths of 30mm, 54mm, 80mm, 105mm & 150mm
Iii). Widths of 50mm, 100mm, 150mm, 200mm, 300mm, 400mm 450mm, 500mm & 600mm for depths of 30mm & 54mm.
Iv). Widths of 100mm, 150mm, 200mm, 300mm 400mm & 500mm for
Side Rail Height: 30, 50, 75, 100, 150mm
A). Steel Wire Cable Tray will be produced from lateral and longitudinal sidewall steel wires, with minimum diameters of -:
4 mm for trays of widths up to 150mm
4.5 mm for trays of widths of 200mm
5.0 mm for trays of widths of 300mm
6.0 mm for trays of widths of 400mm, 450mm, 500mm and 600mm
B). Trays will be manufactured with a longitudinal 'T-welded' safety edge along the top wire of the sidewall (excluding CF3050)
C). Trays will be constructed with a 50mm x 100mm mesh configuration.
D). All tray fittings (e. G. Changes in direction, level and size) shall be constructed on site, to the manufacturers instructions, using side action bolt croppers and fastened using 25mm and 30mm counter clamps with M6 bolts and nuts, all surface treated as the tray.