Powder Coated Metallic Cable Trunking

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Metallic trunking is a strong and flexible solution for organizing and protecting electrical cables in different places. It’s usually made of tough materials like galvanized steel or aluminum, which resist damage and rust. Let’s take a closer look at what it is, its advantages, and where it’s commonly used.

Powder Coated Metal Trunking Sizes and Prices

Metallic Trunking

Mettalic Cable Pedestals

KSh3,600.00 Ex.VAT

Metallic Trunking

Twin and Single Knockouts

KSh280.00KSh400.00 Ex.VAT
KSh1,800.00 Ex.VAT
KSh1,250.00KSh4,900.00 Ex.VAT
KSh850.00KSh1,400.00 Ex.VAT
KSh800.00KSh1,550.00 Ex.VAT
KSh1,400.00 Ex.VAT

What is metallic Cable trays 

Think of a long, hollow channel with a removable lid. That’s what metallic trunking is. It comes in different sizes and shapes to fit various cable thicknesses and arrangements.

Advantages of the  using  metallic cable trunking in  cabling installations

  • Protection: It shields cables from physical harm, dust, moisture, and even fire, ensuring electrical safety.
  • Organization: Keeps cables neat, preventing messy tangles and making maintenance and troubleshooting easier.
  • Aesthetics: While mainly functional, it can also improve the look of a space. Different finishes, like sleek metal or painted trunking, can add a modern touch.
  • Sleek, Stylish, and Ultra-Durable: Our metallic powder-coated trunking not only keeps your cables organized but does so with a touch of sophistication. The powder-coated finish adds a sleek aesthetic to any space, blending seamlessly with modern decor.
  • Robust Protection: Shield your cables from physical damage, dust, and moisture. Our trunking is built to last, providing a reliable barrier against wear and tear. The powder-coated exterior ensures long-lasting resistance to corrosion, maintaining both functionality and appearance.

Applications of the powder coated Cable Trunks in Cabling installtions 

  • Commercial buildings: Used in offices and retail stores for managing extensive electrical wiring needs safely.
  • Industrial settings: In factories and workshops, it protects cables from harsh conditions like dust, heat, and chemicals.
  • Residential settings: Even in homes, it’s handy for managing low-voltage cables for things like home theater systems or security cameras.

Considerations:

    • Material: Galvanized steel is common and cost-effective, aluminum is lighter but pricier, and stainless steel is the most robust but also the most expensive.
    • Size and shape: Choose trunking that comfortably fits all your cables with some extra space for future additions. Pick a shape that suits your needs and looks good.
    • Installation: Simple setups can be done as a DIY project, but complex systems may need professional help for safety and functionality.