Cablofil has launched its PVC Cable Tray range to the UK market in
response to growing demand for the company’s quality and innovation
in damp and corrosive environments.
Known as the company that has pioneered the use of steel wire cable tray in the UK, Cablofil already has a range of stainless steel systems, such as its 316L product, that have been especially designed to provide exceptional anti-corrosion benefits. However, the company’s PVC range has already proved extremely popular both in France and Spain and growing demand for Cablofil products in the water industry and heavy industrial environments has prompted the company to offer the range here too.
Explains UK managing director of Cablofil, Paul Courson: “The ease and speed of installation, flexibility and lightweight advantages of Cablofil steel wire tray have made our stainless steel products widely specified in water treatment and industrial settings. However, in very damp or corrosive environments PVC offers enhanced durability and longevity so this move has been designed to offer our customers increased choice with the peace of mind of dealing with a specialist that they know and trust.”
Easy to cut, perforate or join together, the Cablofil PVC system is lightweight to handle and transport and does not need to be earthed. Suitable for installation both indoors and outdoors due to its UV protection, the range is ideal for damp, salty environments, industrial settings and commercial applications.
Encompassing profiles, fixings and support accessories, the Cablofil PVC range offers everything required for a complete cable management installation. The system is available in both perforated and unperforated variations, in a choice of standard or reinforced profiles and can be supplied in widths ranging from 75 - 600mm and in three depth options: 50, 75 and 100mm. Alongside it, Cablofil has designed a complete range of accessories, including thermoformed fittings with integrated couplings that can be adapted to any configuration. Couplers and clips have been cleverly designed to simply clip onto the profile and an extensive range of tee kits, bends and risers means that installers have everything they need for a fast and simple installation.
Paul adds: “PVC may not be the material that the UK market associates with the Cablofil name, but our PVC range has been developed with the same smart thinking, attention to detail and solutions-led approach as our steel wire system. What that means for the installer is that they can be confident that whatever they specify from Cablofil it will be well-designed, fast and simple to install and of the very highest quality.”