Unrivaled flexibility, durability, and cost effectiveness
For the most effective and long-lasting performance, it’s critical to know your installation environment for all types and voltages of tray cable, including where the cables are going to be run and important environmental factors such as cold, hot, damp, oil-heavy or wash down conditions.
The applications are equally important, including significant curves, rises and falls, trays being run next to conveyors, and torsion ratings for wind turbines. It's important to consider:
- Cold temperature flexibility ratings are also significant and can vary from -5˚C to -25˚C. Installations below the cold temperature flexibility can potentially cause the cable to be damaged during installation.
- LAPP's 600V power and control tray cables come in a wide variety of insulation and jacket materials. These cables pass stringent impact and crush tests per UL 1569 and don’t require conduit, which lowers operational and maintenance costs and increases layout flexibility. A smooth, round jacket design optimizes the seal when used with cable glands and connectors.
- LAPP also offers data and communication cable that can be run in cable trays. Most are PLTC (power limited tray cable) rating per UL 13 and are PLTC-ER (exposed run) rated. PLTC cables can be run in the same tray as 600V power and control tray cables when they are separated by a divider.