Engineers, designers, contractors, installers and other end users have many reasons to choose Cope’s Glas Cable Tray. The fiberglass cable tray system is designed to withstand the harshest of corrosive environments. Compared to metallic cable tray installations, Cope Glas dramatically reduces life cycle costs by prolonging the life expectancy of the cable tray installation. Many original installations have been in service for nearly fifteen years and continue to provide reliable service.
Cope Glas Fiberglass Cable Tray is UL listed. This UL listing guarantees the customer that they will receive a quality product that meets rigid standards for low and high temperature, flame resistance, low smoke emissions, dielectric strength, UV exposure, water exposure and immersion, and more.
Glas cable tray systems versatility offers customizable sizes and styles for most applications. A standard or special design can be fabricated for any indoor or outdoor application regardless of size. All Glas cable tray straight sections and fittings are available in polyester or vinyl ester resin. Standard tray lengths are ten feet and twenty feet, with special tray lengths available upon request. Cable tray sections, except for Low Profile Type LC, can be provided with fiberglass strut substituted as alternating rungs upon request. Solid bottom cable tray sections are available, but require special quotation. All cable tray sections are supplied pre-drilled to accept splice plate fasteners.
Users can achieve design flexibility with numerous sizes of horizontal and vertical elbows, adjustable elbows, cross pieces, tees, reducers and branches. Cope’s customer service experts can help customers select the right fittings for specific applications. Cope Glas also offers an innovative Horizontal Adjustable bend that can adjust from 25 degrees to 65 degrees (style A) or 60 degrees to 100 degrees (style B).
Glas cable tray is complemented with our Aickinstrut fiberglass product line, and fiberglass channel offering. Aickinstrut and fiberglass channel are available in glass reinforced Vinyl ester and Polyester. Fiberglass can be a less expensive alternative to stainless steel. At times, stainless steel cable tray has a minimum order quantity, where most fiberglass profiles do not. Glas cable tray ships from Houston, TX which is perfect for the oil and gas industries as it is close their project locations.