Gripple will showcase its new CableSmart range of cable management solutions at RE+ next week.
The range includes the new redesigned CableSmart Single Hanger, alongside the recently launched CableSmart Mini Hanger and high capacity Double Hanger. Gripple’s CableSmart cable management system has been specifically developed with input from EPCs and contractors to be faster, safer and easier to install than anything else on the market.
The second generation CableSmart Single Hanger is designed for homerun cables and now allows for multi-core conductors up to 60-mm in diameter. Designed with safety and cable protection in mind as with the whole CableSmart range the Single Hanger is easy to install and designed to offer maximum cable protection.
The Single Hanger features a secure clip-on system that allows rapid installation to the CableSmart Messenger Kit and prevents movement. The system has been specifically engineered to offer maximum cable protection thanks to its broad surface area and side loading bolt action gate, allowing contractors to both load and secure cables without risk of abrasion and damage.
Where larger cable capacity is required, Gripple also offers the existing CableSmart Double Hanger, which is designed to carry up to thirty 750-kcmil cables in a stacked configuration.
Gripple’s Mini Hanger is a more compact version of the Single Hanger, catering for cabling up to 32-mm width and up to 10kg/24 lbs, making it ideal for string cable management.
Extremely robust, all of Gripple’s CableSmart hangers are UV-resistant and designed to last 30 years+ and are fully tested to operate at a safe working temperature of -40 to +158°F.
Dean Barlow, Solar Product Manager at Gripple, says: “Our Single Hanger is an innovative addition to our CableSmart range for home run cabling requirements. All CableSmart hangers have been specifically engineered to offer maximum cable protection in solar applications. The CableSmart range is already becoming renowned for being incredibly user friendly and secure, without contractors needing to worry about pinch point abrasion and damage.”
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