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    Cable Tray Accessories

    Building wiring uses components called cable trays to organize and support insulated cables so they can be hidden from view. They are essential for cable management in industrial and commercial construction and help avoid health and safety risks, including entanglement and tripping.

    The fittings and additions with cable tray components to help build the complete wiring support solution are known as cable tray accessories. There are several different types of cable tray accessories, which are available in heavy duty, medium duty, or light duty strengths.

    Does the cable tray need to be earthed?

    It depends upon the situation. There can be three types of circumstances. If the tray is an exposed electrical component, earthing is necessary. Bonding is necessary if the tray is an external conducting component. As mentioned earlier, neither bonding nor earthing are necessary if the tray is none.

    Cable tray earth bonding

    Every electrical installation must have earthing and bonding.

    Cable tray earthing

    Cable tray can be grounded in three different ways:

    • One EGC conductor is being utilized in the cable tray.
    • Using an EGC conductor for every multiconductor cable layed in the cable tray.
    • To assure continuity, bonding jumpers are utilized at all splice locations in addition to a cable tray that can be used as an EGC.

    How to bend cable tray?

    A professional handyperson can use a t90 kit to form the below-mentioned bends in a cable tray.

    45-degree bend

    You can get a read-made 45 degree bent cable tray and you can follow the bending guide to do it yourself.

    90-degree bend

    A functional cable tray system comprises a variety of clamping, supporting, and splicing accessories to create the best system possible. Other accessories include wire baskets, fast clips, couplers, tees, crosses, and brackets made of plastic. These fittings help with pipe system direction changes, cable channelling around obstructions, and supporting cables in ventilation holes when used with cable tray.

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