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A new EzyTray installation example to show you. In this photo the installer has cut the cable tray to work around other items in the site and has secured the tray to the wall with slotted strut. Horizontal lengths are supported by slotted strut acting as a trapeze which are in turn supported with th... Continue Reading

Example photo of the ET3 cable tray in action after install. In this install, many of the associated accessories have been used, to make bends or risers. As well as trapezes to support some of the ET3, CB2 Cantilever Brackets mounted to the wall have also been used. Continue Reading

New Installation Examples

Mar 04, 2013 | | 0 Comments

We trust that the first few months of 2013 have been going really well for everyone. We are always pleased to show you what product looks like when it has been installed on a job site, and here is a great example of a number of products working together in an install, consisting of trapezes made fro... Continue Reading

Slight Incline

Feb 18, 2013 | , | 0 Comments

Riser links with the EzyTray range of trays make the product very versatile when it comes to adjusting the height of a tray. In this example 2 pairs of links have been used to make a slight incline, however, with different amounts of riser links and cuts in the side wall of the tray, it is possible ... Continue Reading

Hold down units are components used to hold down lengths of cable tray or ladder onto pieces of strut. Different trays and ladders tend to use different types of hold down, depending on their size and profile, but the overall principle on how they work remains the same: In the case of ET3 tray, to i... Continue Reading

The method used for joining multiple lengths of cable tray can be similar but can also be different to the method used for ladder. Whereas cable ladders are joined together using separate splice plates, trays such as the CT range of cable trays are simply bolted together. Joining lengths of cable du... Continue Reading

Sometimes you may need to put a cover on top of your cable tray or ladder to provide more protection against the elements to your cables. Depending on the job, and how much protection you need to offer, you can use either a standard flat, peaked, or peaked and vented cover to protect your cables fro... Continue Reading

As a part of the company's Cable Support range, EzyStrut offers multiple types of cable trays. Some of the more common trays are the CT Cable Tray, and the EzyTray (ET, ET3, and ET5) range of trays. What are the key differences between these products and why would you choose one or the other? The CT... Continue Reading

A Visually Appealing Cable Tray

Jul 22, 2012 | | 0 Comments

The ET3, and its bigger brother the ET5 cable trays are strong, versatile, easy to install while also being visually appealing for when your cable supports are exposed and going to be seen. The ET3 (height 47mm) and the ET5 (height 85mm) are both available in Pre-galvanised or Hot Dip Galvanised ste... Continue Reading