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Unistrut has several other options for cable tray support. The Unistrut P1101B is a 14-gauge, deep back-to-back sturt channel that is widely used for mechanical and electrical supports. Its two-piece design and multiple plane connection points make it a versatile choice for a wide variety of cable-related applications. When choosing a cable tray support, consider its size and how much weight it will be supporting.
The Unistrut P1001B is a deep back-to-back strut channel and is commonly used for mechanical and electrical supports. Its two-connection points allow it to adapt to various installation environments. These sturts are a great choice for mounting a cable tray or a wire basket. The P1001B offers versatility and flexibility. The measurements of this product are three-quarters of an inch long and one-half-inch wide.
The P1001B is a deep back-to-back, 12-gauge strut channel. It is commonly used for mechanical and electrical supports. Its dual-connection point design makes it flexible and versatile. The P1001B is ideal for larger loads. Its width and depth make it compatible with multiple connections. Its design offers a number of benefits. Its versatile use is an essential component in any network.
The P1001B is also known as a deep back-to-back strut channel. It is generally used for electrical and mechanical supports. Its dimensions are three-quarters of an inch deep and one-half-inch wide. These supports are available with or without wire baskets. In some cases, a Unistrut P1000B is available. The Unistrut P1001B has two connections points and is very versatile.
TC-ER is an exposed run cable, which is a good candidate for a channel cable tray. This type of TC-ER is made of aluminum and must be supported every three feet. It is also known as an MC or HL instrument cable. The tubing version is a 6"-wide aluminum tray. Its design resembles a ladder rung. The intervals are typically four to twelve inches.