Our Raceway and Cable Tray Trunking are widely used in laying out underground cables and wires. We offer our Raceway in single or multi columns for installation of one or more cable connections simultaneously. Our range is extensively used in Telecommunications, Electronics, Electrical companies and others.
The NEC says a cable tray system is a unit or assembly of units or sections and associated fittings forming a structural system used to securely fasten or support cables and raceways. That said, raceways generally mount on a wall in a room where power and communications cables are terminated.
A raceway (sometimes referred to as a raceway system) is an enclosed conduit that forms a physical pathway for electrical wiring. Raceways protect wires and cables from heat, humidity, corrosion, water intrusion and general physical threats.
Raceway can also refer to a “surface mounted wire moulding”. Maybe that doesn't clear it up very much, but basically what it refers to is a channel to run cables through, that mounts on a wall, or a desk, or some other surface, concealing wires or cables so your set-up looks nice and pretty. It's legitimately one of the most useful and versatile cable management tools for both home users and professionals, and can do wonders for both a DIY home theatre set-up and a professional conference room at a Fortune 500 company.
So, it's a track for hiding cables. But it's much more complex than that: there are tons of different types of raceway, each suited for a unique application. What are the differences? Which one is right for you? If those are your questions, then You've come to the right place