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4A-FSP-GE Cablofil
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The aluminum I-beam design of ITray is perfect for industrial installations with large diameter cables in long span situations, minimizing total tray width and creating a smooth transition between straight sections and fittings. A structural offset in the sidewall creates strong, mid-span splices that need fewer supports. Each splice snaps in place and stays without holding, Additionally, only four bolts are needed for each splice reducing hardware needs by 50%. These features allow Itray to be installed up to 30% faster than standard tray.
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  • Material: Aluminum Alloy 6063 - t6
  • Finish: Plain
  • Height (H): Tray height: 4'', 5'', 6'', 7''
  • Torque: 19 - 25 ft-lbs


General Info
Product Line Cablofil
Finish AL
UPC Number 800388200111
Country Of Origin Mexico
Application Sector Commercial/Industrial
Standard UL Classified
Type Cable Tray
Product Width US 2.02 in
Product Weight US 0.829 lb
Product Volume US 0.028 cu ft
Product Depth US 4.023 in
Product Height US 6.0 in
Buy American Act Compliance
BAA  Yes


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Questions & Answers

Regarding 4A-FSP-XX Splice Kits: What are the differences or specifications for the "FASTENER OPTIONS" GE versus S6? Steel versus SS perhaps? Lastly, do the Screw & Nuts have serrations or are lock washers recommended?

Asked by: Jennifer
GE = steel geomet hardware, recommended for indoor or outdoor environments S6 = 316 stainless steel hardware, recommended for marine or corrosive environments Both the standard connector nut and bolt have serrations. Lock washers are not recommended.
Answered by: Cablofil Tech Support
Date published: 2024-05-13

Are splice plate part numbers P314135 and P314127 listed as "electrical bonds" between two sections of Tray part number 09-5A12C-S144-12/P300514? Thank You in advance.

Asked by: Chris
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