Stainless steel cable tray has slope-top design

Stainless steel cable tray from Hoffman is made of Type 304 stainless steel for corrosion resistance.

05/07/2007


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Stainless steel cable tray from Hoffman is made of Type 304 stainless steel for corrosion resistance. Product is designed to protect washdown-rated cabling from dust, water, or other liquids and is intended for use primarily in packaging or bottling operations in food, beverage, and pharmaceutical industries. Self-aligning fittings and less hardware are said to reduce product assembly and installation time. A 20° sloped cover fits flush against the wall or machinery, facilitating one-side runoff and eliminating crevices where runoff and bacteria can collect. Straight sections and fittings can be completely opened from the top or on one side so that cabling can be laid along the entire cable tray run, eliminating the need to pull wires. Product line comes in five sizes.

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