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Karl Pettit

Cable Tray Spacers Are They Compliant

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Karl Pettit

Does anyone have knowledge or experience of using the plastic cable tray spacers by Traysimple, do they comply with the fire regs?

I saw some on trade counter recently, they look the part and tray would be installed very quickly. I would be interested to know if anyone has used them

Got to be better than cutting channel

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kerching

I like the way that this is posted in the 'Jokes' section of the forum!

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Tony S

If you look at their website they only came on the market March this year. Not enough time to evaluate them.

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Sidney

According to their website they're made from LSF0H Flame retardant plastic. I don't see any BS compliance mention though.

 

They look ideal for the kind of stuff I do.

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Sharpend

Surely they are only a spacer and the tray will be fixed via a metal fixing to actual building fabric i.e. a screw? 

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Tony S

For light gauge tray a few washers as a stand off was OK by me for years. Mostly I would be using unistrut and heavy duty brackets.

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Sharpend

Concur ^^^

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Karl Pettit

I am thinking up to 6 maybe 9 inch medium return tray generally, I just find cutting and dressing strut such mind numbing work

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kerching
3 hours ago, Karl Pettit said:

I am thinking up to 6 maybe 9 inch medium return tray generally, I just find cutting and dressing strut such mind numbing work

Cordless recip saw with a decent blade

cordless angle grinder with a skinny blade

 

i like the cable tray spacers that have the captive cage nuts for gutter/roofing bolts

 

just saying

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