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1 - Technical Data Cable Tray Thermal Contraction and Expansion X : Denotes hold-down clamp (anchor) at support. _ : Denotes expansion guide clamp at support. It is important that thermal contraction and expansion be considered when installing cable tray systems. The length of the straight cable tray runs and the temperature differential govern the number of expansion splice plates required (see Table below). The cable tray should be anchored at the support nearest to its midpoint between the expansion splice plates and secured by expansion guides at all other support locations (see Figure - Typical Cable Tray Installation). The cable tray should be permitted longitudinal movement in both directions from that fixed point. Accurate gap settings at the time of installation is necessary for the proper operation of the expansion splice plates. The following procedure should assist the installer in determining the correct gap: (see Figure 2 - Gap Setting) Plot the highest expected tray temperature on the maximum temperature line. Plot the lowest expected tray temperature on the minimum temperature line. Draw a line between the maximum and minimum points. Plot the tray temperature at the time of installation to determine the gap setting. X X X X X X Figure Tray Temperature At Time Of Installation Maximum Temperature Minimum Temperature C F F C Expansion Splice Plates Typical Cable Tray Installation /8 (3.2) /4 (6.3) 4 3/8 (9.5) 3 /2 (2.7) Figure 2 (.) GAP SETTING Inches (mm) 5/8 (5.9) Table Expansion or Contraction for Various Temperature Differences Temperature Differential Cable Tray Length Tray Length for F ( C) for " Expansion Each Expansion Connector* 25 (-4) 667 Feet (23.3m) 47 Feet (27.m) () 333 Feet (.5m) 28 Feet (63.4m) 75 (24) 222 Feet (67.6m) 39 Feet (42.3m) (38) 67 Feet (.9m) 4 Feet (3.7m) 25 (5) 33 Feet (4.5m) 83 Feet (25.3m) (65) Feet (33.8m) 69 Feet (2.m) 75 (79) 95 Feet (28.9m) 59 Feet (8.m) Note for gap set and hold down/guide location, see installation instruction above. *" (25.4mm) slotted holes in each expansion connector allow 5 8" (5.9mm) total expansion or contraction. Authorized Engineering Information

2 - Technical Data Cable Tray Installation Guide Installation of B-Line fiberglass cable tray should be made in accordance with the standards set by NEMA Publication VE-2, Cable Tray Installation Guide, and National Electrical Code, Article Always observe common safety practices when assembling tray and fittings. Installations generally require some field cutting. Dust created during fabrication presents no serious health hazard, but skin irritation may be experienced by some workers. - Operators of saws and drills should wear masks, long sleeve shirts or coveralls. - Fabrication with fiberglass is relatively easy and comparable to working with wood. Ordinary hand tools may be used in most cases. - Avoid excessive pressure when sawing or drilling. Too much force can rapidly dull tools and also produce excessive heat which softens the bonding resin in the fiberglass resulting in a ragged edge rather than a clean-cut edge. - Field cutting is simple and can be accomplished with a circular power saw with an abrasive cut-off wheel (masonry type) or hack saw (24 to 32 teeth per inch). - Drill fiberglass as you would drill hard wood. Standard twist drills are more than adequate. - Any surface that has been drilled, cut, sanded or otherwise broken, must be sealed with a compatible resin. (see page 35) - Carbide tipped saw blades and drill bits are recommended when cutting large quantities. - Support the fiberglass material firmly during cutting operations to keep material from shifting which may cause chipping at the cut edge. - Each tray section length should be equal to or greater than the support span. - When possible, the splice should be located at quarter span. - Fittings should be supported as per NEMA FG-. Recommended Trapeze Hanging Systems Notes: ) A snug three to four ft.-lbs. torque is sufficient for all thread rod nuts. 2) When supporting cable tray, the spacing between each trapeze should not exceed the distance between splice plates. 3) When hanging from beam, B-Line BFPU75 series clamps provide extra thread engagement necessary for load ratings. All thread rod must be fully engaged in the clamp. 4) Design load safety factor is 3: BF22A Strut: 2" max between material being supported and rod 2" fiberglass all-thread rod (BFVATR 2) fiberglass ATR nut (BFVATRHN 2) maximum uniform load, lbs. BF22A fiberglass strut 2" (3mm) Min. 4" (6mm) Max. 2" (5mm) Min. fiberglass ATR nut (BFVATRHN 2) BF22 Strut: 2" max between material being supported and rod 2" fiberglass all-thread rod (BFVATR 2) fiberglass ATR nut (BFVATRHN 2) maximum uniform load lbs. BF22 fiberglass strut 2" (3mm) Min. 4" (6mm) Max. 2" (5mm) Min. fiberglass ATR nut (BFVATRHN 2) 32

3 Cable Tray Support Locations For Fittings - Technical Data per NEMA VE-2 Installation Guide ø ø Vertical Elbows 2/3R 2/3R /2ø ø =, 45, 6, 9 Horizontal Elbows Horizontal Cross /2L L Horizontal Tee Based on the National Electrical Code - 993, Section 38 The National Electrical Code Article 38 was written primarily for verifying the cable fill in cable trays but little has been done to convert this information into a design procedure. In the development of a complete cable tray support system, B-Line established a simple method of determining the right size tray to support any given amount of cables. The following tables cover our method for determining cable tray widths based on tray design and system voltage. Table I Table I is subdivided into two categories covering electrical service of 2 volts or less. The first, Category A, is for any mixture of power or lighting cables with any mixture of control or signal cables. Category B is used when control and/or signal cables only are being used. Control Circuit - the circuit of a control apparatus or system that carries the electric signals directing the performance of the controller, but does not carry the main power (NEC Article ). Signaling Circuit - any electric circuit that energizes signaling equipment (NEC Article ). Table II Table II has only one category of electrical service and that is 2 volts and over for types MV and MC cables both single and multiconductor. Type MV is a single or multiconductor solid dielectric insulated cable rated 2 volts or higher (NEC Article 326). Type MC cable is a factory assembly of one or more conductors, each individually insulated and enclosed in a metallic sheath or interlocking tape, or a smooth or corrugated tube (NEC Article 334).Cables other than Types MV and MC can be installed provided they are "specifically approved for installation in cable trays." Table III Table III covers 3, 4 and 6 inch ventilated cable channels. Step. Tray Sizing Procedure Select proper cable tray table below based on cable voltage and tray type. Cable Voltage Cable Tray Type Use: 2 Volts or less Ladder, Cable Tray Table I 2 Volts or more Ladder, Cable Tray Table II 2 Volts or less Cable Channel, ventilated Table III 33

4 - Technical Data Tables I - Ladder Cable Tray - for cables rated 2 volts or less For power or lighting or any mixture of power, lighting, control or signal cables:. Multiconductor Cable Conductor sizes 4/ and larger* tray width Sd NEC 38-9(a) () Conductor sizes 3/ and smaller tray width.857 Sa NEC 38-9(a) (2) Example: Calculate width of cable tray required for the following Type TC Cables. 6 4/c kcmil Power: Diameter = x 3.4 = /c #8 AWG Lighting: Area = (2 x.47) = /c #2 AWG Control: Area = (2 x.7) = 2.9 Solution: Use inch wide tray Single Conductor Cable Conductor sizes 2 MCM thru 9 MCM only tray width.23 Sa* NEC 38-(a) (2) Conductor sizes 3/ and smaller tray width.857 Sa NEC 38-(a) (4) Example: Calculate width of cable tray required for the following Type THW Wires. 6 /c 4/ AWG Power: Diameter =.7 (6 x.7) = /c kcmil Power: Area = (9 x.83) = /c 2 kcmil Power: Area = (6 x.49) = Solution: Use 8 inch wide tray 3. Mixture of Single and Multiconductor Cable Example: Calculate width of cable tray required for the following mix of cables. Use guidelines from () & (2) above. 2 3/c 2 kcmil Type MC Power: Diameter =.84 2 x.84 = /c #8 AWG Type TC Lighting: Area = (2 x.4) = /c #2 AWG Type TC Control: Area = (6 x.2) = /c /AWG Type THW Power: Diameter =.55 (4 x.55) = /c kc mil Type THW Power: Area = (6 x.83) = 4.6 Solution: Use 24 inch wide tray 2.87 For control and/or signal duty cable only:. Multiconductor Cable All conductor sizes** Example: Calculate width of cable tray required for the following Type TC Cables in 4 inch deep tray. 24 6/c 6 AWG Control: Area =.29 2(24 x.29) 4 = /c 2 AWG Control: Area =.3 2(42 x.3) 4 = /c AWG Control: Area =.2 2(8 x.2) 4 =.8 Solution: Use 24 inch wide tray tray width 2Sa * The 4/ and larger cable shall be installed in a single layer and no other cables shall be placed on them. ** For computation only depth D can not exceed 6 inches. For MCM and larger single conductor cable, refer to NEC 38-(a) for sizing information. Sd = the sum of the diameters, in inches, of all cables in the same ladder cable tray. Sa = the sum of the cross-sectional areas, in square inches, of all cables in the same ladder cable tray. D NEC 38-9(b) 8. 34

5 - Technical Data Table II - Ladder - for cables rated 2 volts or less For MV or MC cables:. Mixture of Single and Multiconductor Cable NEC 38-2 All conductor sizes tray width Sd Example: Calculate width of cable tray required for the following cables. 4 /c kcmil Type MV Diameter =.5 4 x.5 = 4.2 3/c 2/ AWG Type MC Diameter =.55 x.55 = /c 4/ AWG Type MV Diameter =.78 4 x.78 = 7.2 Solution: Use inch wide tray Table III - Cable Channel, Ventilated - for cables rated 2 volts or less For power, lighting, control and/or signal duty cables:. Multiconductor Cable (all size cables) NEC 38-9(E) 3 inch wide 4 inch wide 6 inch wide One cable only Sa 2.3 in 2 Sa 4.5 in 2 Sa 7. in 2 Two or more cables Sa.3 in 2 Sa 2.5 in 2 Sa 3.8 in 2 Example: Calculate width of cable channel required for the following Type TC Cables. 3/c / AWG Area =.7 which is less than.3. Use 3 inch wide. 4/c kcmil Area = 3.77 which is less than 4.5. Use 3 inch wide. 6 4/c # AWG Area = 6 x.2 =.2 which is less than.3. Use 3 inch wide. 2 3/c / AWG Area = 2 x.7 = 2.34 which is less than 2.5. Use 4 inch wide. 2. Single Conductor (/ AWG or larger) NEC 38-(b) 3 inch wide 4 inch wide 6 inch wide Any number of cables Sd 3. Sd 4. Sd 6. Example: Type THW Cables. 3 /c kcmil Type THW Diameter = 3 x.29 = 3.9 which is less than 4.. Use 4 inch wide. 8 /c 4/ kcmil Type THW Diameter = 8 x.7 = 5.68 which is less than 6.. Use 6 inch wide. Cables shall be installed in a single layer. Where single conductor cables are triplexed, quadruplexed or bound together in circuit groups, the sum of the diameters of the single conductors shall not exceed the cable tray width and these groups shall be installed in single layer arrangement. Sd = the sum of the diameters, in inches, of all cables in the same ladder cable tray. Sa = the sum of the cross-sectional areas, in square inches, of all cables in the same ladder cable tray. Covers (Derating) When cable trays are continuously covered for more than six feet with solid unventilated covers, the ampacity of the installed cables must be reduced per NEC volts or less MULTICONDUCTOR CABLES - use 95% of tables -6 and -8 SINGLE CONDUCTOR CABLES - 6 MCM and larger use 7% of tables -7 and -9 / AWG thru kc mil use 6% of tables -7 and -9 2 volts and over MULTICONDUCTOR CABLES - use 95% of tables -75 and -76 SINGLE CONDUCTOR CABLES - use 7% of tables -69 and -7 Cross-Sectional Area Rarely is the cross-sectional area of a multiconductor cable given in manufacturers literature or the National Electrical Code. To calculate the cross-sectional area simply square the diameter and multiply by The diameter used in the calculations is the overall outside diameter (O.D.) of the cable including insulation and/or armor. Cross Sectional Area (Square Inches) =.7854 (O.D.) 2 Multipliers Used in Tables The multipliers used in all tables are mathematical equivalents of Tables 38-9 and 38- of the National Electrical Code-993. An example can be found in column of Table The proportion of cable tray width (size inches) to allowable fill (seven square inches) is.857 for 3/ and smaller multiconductor cables in ladder type trays. Therefore the product of.857 and the cross-sectional area of cables is the tray width. 35

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