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Cable Management Finger Duct Panels
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Cable Management Interbay Panels
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Raceway Systems-Cable Management Solutions- Ladder Racks- Wholesale ladder Racks-Cable Management Solutions- WireTrays - Distribution Racks- Raceway- Relay Racks- CableTies-Cable Management- Cable Wraps-Finger Duct Panels

American Data Supply carries a complete line of cable management solutions including cable trays, wire trays, ladder racks, distribution racks, raceway and raceway systems that can be tailored to meet your specific needs. American Data Supply provides a complete line of cable management products from several manufacturers including Cablofil, Snaketray, Hendry, Newton, ICC Ladder Racks, Cable Manager,Homaco, ADC, Bailywick Systems, Damac, ADC, and others. We offer wholesale ladder rack options to make every telephone closet or network bay installation neat, well organized and secure.American Data Supply 's ladder racks are are available in 3, 4, 5 6, 7 ft, 10 ft. versions, and come in either a black powder coated or polished aluminum finish. For added cable management, vertical cable channels can be added to standard distribution racks. Our new ladder racks come in 5 foot lengths that contracotrs have been requesting to lower shipping costs.

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ICC Racks- Cable Management

Ladder Racks

Five Foot Ladder Racks-ICC Part Number:  ICCMSLST05 Raceway Systems

Vertical Finger Duct

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Snake Tray Snake Tray

 

We Have Hendry Racks!

 

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Cable Wrap-CableTies NEW


Cable Ties-Cable Wrap-Cable Catch-Cable Hanger

American Data Supply 's cable management racks are made of rugged steel and feature a black powder coating. All rack side rails have openings for cable routing, and provide cable tie anchors in various locations. These racks are available in 4 and 7 foot models. In addition to floor mounted racks, a variety of wall mount racks and brackets are available to fill specialized applications. To add to the versatility of the distribution and cable management racks, American Data Supply offers a selection of shelves to support components that do not need to be rack mounted.

Cable management panels are available to support bulk cable or patch cords horizontally or vertically. These panels come with standard metal, or durable plastic rings. Plastic snap-on covers can be added to the plastic panels to create a neat, well-organized appearance. Brackets, vertical rings, and management bars round out American Data Supply 's Cable Management Solution.

New Ladder Rack Systems !

Call For Pricing Today at (866) 342-3721 or 650-DATA

Wholesale Ladder Racks, Ladder Rack Systems & Raceway Systems

Ladder Rack Systems

NEW Ladder Rack Runway- 5 Foot Lengths Can Be Shipped Via UPS Ground saving your LOT$$ of Money!

NEW Ladder Rack Accessories

NEW Ladder Rack Runway Mounting Kits

NEW Straight Ladder Rack Runway
NEW Ladder Rack Runway 900 Flat Turn
NEW Ladder Rack Runway 900 Inside Corner Radius Bend
NEW Ladder Rack Runway 900 Outside Corner Radius Bend


Key features:

  • Robust 16-gauge steel construction with a durable powder coated finish.
  • Configuration flexibility adaptable to a wide range of access, run and cable delivery constraints
  • Easy to install with attaching hardware included where necessary.

ICC Raceway System Cutting Tool-Part#  ICACSTPE60 This ICC Raceway System Cutting tool make cutting raceway a "snap".

 

 

 

Designed to complement American Data Supply 's line of racks, panels and cross-connect products, we offer Hendry, B-line, NewtonKewaunee and ICC's, ladder rack system. This ladder rack system offers a complete set of cable installation, routing and management components that are engineered for configuration flexibility and installation versatility. Please note our ladder rack products below including our ladder rack inside corner, ladder rack outside corner, and ladder rack flat turn models below.

ICC Raceway System Cutting Tool-Part#  ICACSTPE60 This ICC Raceway System Cutting tool make cutting raceway a "snap".

Runway section is designed to support horizontal cable running over-head. Constructed of heavy duty 16-gauge steel with a durable powder coated finish, it can be easily attached to all ICC racks.

Part Number: ICCMSLST10

10 ft*., Runway, 12 in. Wide

*We Have Shorter Lengths!!

Runway radius bend section is used to change the horizontal cable running over-head in a 90° vertical direction to route cables downward to a vertical ladder.

Part Number: ICCMSLOR90

Runway Radius Bend, 12 in. Wide

Runway radius bend section is used to change the horizontal cable running over-head in a 90° vertical direction to support ceiling cable entry.
Part Number:ICCMSLIR90

Runway Radius Bend, 12 in. Wide

Turn section is designed to change the horizontal cable running over-head in a 90° flat turn.

Part Number:ICCMSLFT90

Runway 90° Turn, 12 in. Wide

For Installation Instructions and Detailed Pictures of Ladder Racks 

ITEM NUMBER
DESCRIPTION
 ICCMSLST10 Runway Section, 12-inches Wide x 10-foot Length
  ICCMSLFT90 90 Turn Section, 12-inches Wide, flat turn.
  ICCMSLIR90 Inside Radius Bend Section, 12-inches Wide
  ICCMSLOR90 Outside Radius Bend Section, 12-inches Wide
  ICCMSLAWSK Kit, Wall Support, 12-inches Wide
  ICCMSLTWSK Kit, Wall Support, Triangle, 12-inches Wide
  ICCMSLVWBK Bracket, Vertical Wall Mount
  ICCMSLCMRK Kit, Ceiling Mount and Rod (2 Threaded rods included)
  ICCMSLMFFK Kit, Foot Floor Mount
  ICCMSLRRBK Bracket, Ladder to Relay Rack, 12-inches Wide
  ICCMSLEBSK Kit, End-to-end Butt Splice
  ICCMSLTJSK Kit, Runway Section, T-Junction Splice
  ICCMSLCRPK Kit, Cable Retaining Posts (includes 2 posts)
  ICCMSLCRDK Runway Center Radius Drop, 12-inches Wide

 

. standard depths of 3, 4, 5, and 6 inches
5. standard lengths of 10, 12, 20 and 24 feet
Solid Bottom cable tray is generally used for minimal heat generating electrical or telecommunication applications with short to intermediate support spans of 5 feet to 12 feet.

3. Trough Cable Tray provides:
1. Moderate ventilation with added cable support frequency and with the bottom configuration providing cable support every 4 inches. Available in metal and nonmetallic materials.
2. standard widths of 6, 12, 18, 24, 30, 36 inches
3. standard depths of 3, 4, 5, and 6 inches
4. standard lengths of 10, 12, 20 and 24 feet
5. fixed rung spacing of 4 inch on center
Trough cable tray is generally used for moderate heat generating applications with short to intermediate support spans of 5 feet to 12 feet.

4. Channel Cable Tray provides:
1. an economical support for cable drops and branch cable runs from the backbone cable tray system.
2. standard widths of 3, 4, and 6 inches in metal systems and up to 8 inches in nonmetallic systems.
3. standard depths of 1¼-1¾ inches in metal systems and 1, 1 1/8, 1 5/" and 2 3/16 inches in nonmetallic systems
4. standard length of 10, 12, 20 and 24 feet
Channel cable tray is used for installations with limited numbers of tray cable when conduit is undesirable. Support frequency with short to medium support spans of 5 to 10 feet.

5. Wire Mesh Cable Tray provides:
1. A job site, field adaptable support system primarily for low voltage, telecommunication and fiber optic cables. These systems are typically steel wire mesh, zinc plated.
2. standard widths of 2, 4, 6, 8, 12, 16, 18, 20, and 24 inches
3. standard depths of 1, 2, and 4 inches
4. standard length of about 10 feet (118")
Wire Mesh tray is generally used for telecommunication and fiber optic applications and are installed on short support spans, 4 to 8 feet.

6. Single Rail Cable Tray provides:
1. These aluminum systems are the fastest systems to install and provide the maximum freedom fort cable to enter and exit the system.
2. Single hung or wall mounted systems in single or multiple tiers.
3. Standard widths are 6, 9, 12, 18, and 24 inches.
4. Standard depths are 3, 4, and 6 inches.
5. Standard lengths are 10 and 12 feet.
Single Rail Cable Tray is generally used for low voltage and power cables installations where maximum cable freedom, side fill, and speed to install are factors.

What materials / finishes are available for the various cable tray systems?

1. Steel (Min. Yield = 33KSI) (35 KSI for Stainless)
1. Plain: hot rolled pickled and oiled steel per ASTM A569 (Commercial Quality) or A570 (Structural Quality)
2. Pre-Galvanized: mill galvanized steel per ASTM A653 CS (Commercial) or SS (Structural) G90
3. Hot Dip Galvanized After Fabrication: plain steel which is hot dipped after fabrication per ASTM A123.
4. Stainless Steel: type 304 or 316L fully annealed stainless steel

2. Aluminum (Min.Yield = 23 KSI)
1. 6063-T6 or 5052-H32 alloy per ASTM B209

3. Fiber Reinforced Plastic (FRP)
1. Polyester and Vinyl Ester resin systems available
2. meet ASTM E-84 smoke density rating; Polyester 680, Vinyl Ester 1025
3. Class 1 Flame Rating and self-extinguishing requirements of ASTM D-635.

Now that I know what types of cable trays are available, what configurations are available?

1. Straight sections are available to route cables in a horizontal or vertical plane.
2. Fittings are available to route cables in various directions in either the horizontal or vertical planes. Typical examples of fittings include elbows, tees, crosses, and risers. Each of these fittings are available in various radii and bend angles.
3. Covers are accessories and shouldn't be in here unless splices etc. are included.

After selecting the type of cable tray and configuration required, what support methods are available?

1. Trapeze Support (Single or Multi-tier)
2. Hanger rod clamps, "J" hangers
3. Center Hung Support
4. Wall Support
5. Underfloor Support
6. Pipe stanchions or other structures

Each of these support methods are preferable in different applications. For instance, trapeze supports may be desired in an application where cables will be pulled through the cable tray. Center hung supports, on the other hand, are generally used when cables will be installed from the side of the cable tray. Center hung supports are especially useful when future cable additions are desired. Wall supports and underfloor supports are useful when ceiling structure is not available or undesired. Outdoor installations are controlled by the structures available to support the cable tray.
Before selecting the type of cable tray, cable tray configuration(s), and support method desired, what additional information do I need to supply to the cable tray manufacturer for them to best understand and satisfy my needs?

1. Where? Job site and installation considerations
1. Outdoor
1. supports available affect the length and strength requirements
2. environmental loATS, ice, wind, snow, and possibly seismic
3. corrosion requirements affect the materials and finishes
4. classified hazardous locations affect the cable types acceptable
2. Indoor
1. support locations available affect the length and strength of the system
2. industrial installation may require a 200 lb. Concentrated Load
3. commercial or institutional installation may make system appearance, system weight, and space available important factors
4. environmental air handling area may affect cable types, cable tray material, or cable tray type and need for covers
5. classified hazardous locations affect the cable types acceptable

2. What?
1. Type and number of cables to support
1. NEC cable fill requirements dictate size, width and depth, of system
2. cable support requirement may control bottom type
3. largest bending radius of cable controls fitting radius
4. total of cable weight determines load to support
2. Future requirements
1. cable entry / exit freedom
2. design partially full or an expandable system
3. support type to allow for needs

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