Insulating cable tray 66 in LMP

Technical specification

Insulating cable tray 66 in Logo

Description

Use

  • For support, protection and conduction of small and medium-calibre power and communication cables.
  • Cable tray system for outdoor/indoor installations. Suitable for humid, saline and chemical environments: U23X.(1)
  • Insulating supports for outdoor/indoor installations. Suitable for humid, saline and chemical environments: U23X.(1)
  • Metallic supports for outdoor/indoor installations. Suitable for humid, saline and chemical environments: Stainless steel AISI 304.(1)
  • Metallic supports for outdoor/indoor installations. Suitable for humid environments: Galvanized steel with epoxy coating.(1)
  • Metallic supports for dry indoor installations: Sendzimir galvanized steel.

Advantages

  • Good performance outdoors and to corrosion due to over 40 years experience in outdoor installations.
  • Increased electrical safety for people and cables due to insulating material.
  • Designed to support full load.
  • The cable tray is insulating and does not require earthing.
  • Good performance with exposure to the UVs and to the elements. Product Certified UL LISTED as "Suitable for outdoor" ANSI/UL 568:2009 and CAN/CSA C22.2 No. 126.2-02.

Easy-to-install

  • Safe, easy and quick mounting. No burrs or sparks when cutting.
  • Available in continuous or perforated finishing.
  • Cover in 3m strips available.
  • Fittings with bend radii of 160 mm available.

Design

  • Made of Insulating material.
  • Manufacturing length (cable trays and covers): 3 m.
  • Cable trays and covers made of high quality extrusion with the definitive form of use and solid walls.
  • Junctions with equal or higher thickness than the side walls.
  • Colour: Grey RAL 7035.(2)

Mounting instructions

  • To fulfil the characteristics defined herein, the installation must be carried out in accordance with the manufacturer`s assembly instructions provided in the main product packaging and also available on the website www.unex.net.

Product composition

  • Silicone contents: Without silicone (<0,01%).
  • RoHS Directive compliance: Compliant.

Quality Marks(3)

(4)

EN 61537: 2007
Licence nº: 030/001911

EN 50085-1:2006 EN 50085-1:2006/A1:2013 EN 50085-2-1:2008 EN 50085-2-1:2008/A1:2012
Licence nº: 030/002491

(4)

EN 61537: 2007
Licence nº: 670639/M2

(4)

EN 61537: 2007
Licence nº: 40011889

ANSI / UL 568: 2009 - CAN/CSA C22.2 No. 126.2-02
Licence nº: E335136

GOST R 52868:2007
POCC.RU.C-ES-AK01.H.02882/19

Approvals(3)

Type approval Certificate nº 05116/H0 BV

FZ-123-FZ
POCC RU C-ES.AK01.H.02882/19

Characteristics

BS EN 61537:2007 (IEC 61537:2006) International Cable tray and Cable Ladder standard
Min./max. Service, transport, storage, installation and use temperature
-20º C up to +60º C.
Protection against mechanical damage
20 J at -20ºC (except 60x100: 10 J and 60x75: 5 J).
Electrical characteristics
  • Insulating Cable tray and support system (except metallic supports)
  • Without electrical continuity. Non-conductive system.
Resistance to flame propagation acc./ EN 60695-11-2:2003(5)
Non flame propagating system.
Coating
Without coating (except metallic supports with metallic coating and metallic supports with organic coating).
% perforation in the base area
  • Class B (between 2% and 15%) for perforated cable tray.
  • Class A (between 0% and 2%) for non perforated cable tray.
Safe Working Load (SWL) acc. Test Type I
  • 60x75 mm : 7,9 Kg/m
  • 60x100 mm. : 10,8 Kg/m
  • 60x150 mm. : 16,6 Kg/m
  • 60x200 mm. : 22,5 Kg/m
  • 60x300 mm. : 33,7 Kg/m
  • 60x400 mm. : 45,6 Kg/m
  • 100x200 mm. : 37,6 Kg/m
  • 100x300 mm. : 57,3 Kg/m
  • 100x400 mm. : 77,2 Kg/m
  • 100x500 mm. : 96,6 Kg/m
  • 100x600 mm. : 116,5 Kg/m
Safe Working Load (SWL) Test conditions
  • T = 40 °C span 1,5 m.
  • T = 60 °C span 1 m.
  • Longitudinal deflection lower than 1% and transverse lower than 5%.
  • Test Type I : the junction between two lengths of cable tray is placed in the midpoint of the span (the worst situation for testing) so that in a real situation the junction can be placed at any point between two supports.
  • The system (cable tray and supports) must be able to support 1,7 times the safe working load (SWL) without collapse.
Glow-wire test acc./ IEC 60695-2-11:2001(5)
Severity degree 960ºC.
Resistance against humid and saline corrosion
Inherently resistant to corrosion. Test is not necessary.
DIN 8061 and ISO/TR 10358
Performance against chemical ambiances
Chemical resistance against different substances defined by the standard depending on the concentration and temperature.
EN 50085-2-1:2006 + A1:2011 Cable trunking european standard
Material
Non metallic.
Minimum storage and transport temperature
-45ºC
Minimum installation and application temperature
-25ºC
Maximum installation and application temperature
+60ºC
Resistance against mechanical impacts during mounting and use
Cable tray with cover: 20 J at -25ºC
Resistance to flame propagation acc./ IEC 60695-11-2:2003(6)
Non-flame propagation.
Electrical continuity characteristic
No electrical continuity.
Electrical insulating characteristic
Electrically insulating.
Protection degree assured by the enclosure acc./ IEC 60529:1989(6)
  • IP3X. Continous cable tray with cover.
  • IP2X. Perforated cable tray with cover.
Retention of the system access cover
Cover removable only with the aid of a tool.
Electrically protective separation
With and without internal protective separation.
Intended installation positions
Surface mounting on the wall.
Prevention of contact with liquids
Not applicable.
Assured functions
Type 1. (Cable tray profile with cover, separator, cover fixing IK10 and end cover)
Rated Voltage(7)
750 V.
Protection against mechanical damage acc./ IEC 62262:2002(8, 6)
Cable tray with cover: Degree IK10.

Characteristics

BS EN 61537:2007 (IEC 61537:2006) International Cable tray and Cable Ladder standard

Min./max. Service, transport, storage, installation and use temperature:
-20º C up to +60º C.
Protection against mechanical damage:
20 J at -20ºC (except 60x100: 10 J and 60x75: 5 J).
Electrical characteristics:
  • Insulating Cable tray and support system (except metallic supports)
  • Without electrical continuity. Non-conductive system.
Resistance to flame propagation acc./ EN 60695-11-2:2003:(5)
Non flame propagating system.
Coating:
Without coating (except metallic supports with metallic coating and metallic supports with organic coating).
% perforation in the base area:
  • Class B (between 2% and 15%) for perforated cable tray.
  • Class A (between 0% and 2%) for non perforated cable tray.
Safe Working Load (SWL) acc. Test Type I:
  • 60x75 mm : 7,9 Kg/m
  • 60x100 mm. : 10,8 Kg/m
  • 60x150 mm. : 16,6 Kg/m
  • 60x200 mm. : 22,5 Kg/m
  • 60x300 mm. : 33,7 Kg/m
  • 60x400 mm. : 45,6 Kg/m
  • 100x200 mm. : 37,6 Kg/m
  • 100x300 mm. : 57,3 Kg/m
  • 100x400 mm. : 77,2 Kg/m
  • 100x500 mm. : 96,6 Kg/m
  • 100x600 mm. : 116,5 Kg/m
Safe Working Load (SWL) Test conditions:
  • T = 40 °C span 1,5 m.
  • T = 60 °C span 1 m.
  • Longitudinal deflection lower than 1% and transverse lower than 5%.
  • Test Type I : the junction between two lengths of cable tray is placed in the midpoint of the span (the worst situation for testing) so that in a real situation the junction can be placed at any point between two supports.
  • The system (cable tray and supports) must be able to support 1,7 times the safe working load (SWL) without collapse.
Glow-wire test acc./ IEC 60695-2-11:2001:(5)
Severity degree 960ºC.
Resistance against humid and saline corrosion:
Inherently resistant to corrosion. Test is not necessary.

DIN 8061 and ISO/TR 10358

Performance against chemical ambiances:
Chemical resistance against different substances defined by the standard depending on the concentration and temperature.

EN 50085-2-1:2006 + A1:2011 Cable trunking european standard

Material:
Non metallic.
Minimum storage and transport temperature:
-45ºC
Minimum installation and application temperature:
-25ºC
Maximum installation and application temperature:
+60ºC
Resistance against mechanical impacts during mounting and use:
Cable tray with cover: 20 J at -25ºC
Resistance to flame propagation acc./ IEC 60695-11-2:2003:(6)
Non-flame propagation.
Electrical continuity characteristic:
No electrical continuity.
Electrical insulating characteristic:
Electrically insulating.
Protection degree assured by the enclosure acc./ IEC 60529:1989:(6)
  • IP3X. Continous cable tray with cover.
  • IP2X. Perforated cable tray with cover.
Retention of the system access cover:
Cover removable only with the aid of a tool.
Electrically protective separation:
With and without internal protective separation.
Intended installation positions:
Surface mounting on the wall.
Prevention of contact with liquids:
Not applicable.
Assured functions:
Type 1. (Cable tray profile with cover, separator, cover fixing IK10 and end cover)
Rated Voltage:(7)
750 V.
Protection against mechanical damage acc./ IEC 62262:2002:(8, 6)
Cable tray with cover: Degree IK10.

Constructive and Functional characteristics

  • Junctions: The junction's thickness is equal or higher than the one of the joined lengths of tray and has longitudinal holes to absorb expansion.
  • Supports: Supports must comply with IEC 61537:2006 and shall resist at least the maximum loads of the carried cable trays.
  • Product packaging: Product properly packaged and clearly identified.

Compulsory regulations

Conformity with the demands of European Directive 2014/35/EU
CE Marking(4)
Conformity with standard EN 61537:2007.

Compulsory regulations

Conformity with the demands of European Directive 2014/35/EU

CE Marking:(4)
Conformity with standard EN 61537:2007.

Characteristics of U23X raw material

  • Base raw material: PVC.
  • Silicone contents: <0,01%.
  • Phthalate contents according to ASTM D2124-99:2004: <0,01%.
  • Dielectric strength according to EN 60243-1:2013: 18±5 kV/mm.
    Test sample thickness 2,5 mm.
  • Reaction to fire according to UNE 201010:2015: Classification: M1.
  • UL flammability tests on plastic materials according to ANSI/UL 94: 1990: Degree UL94: V0.
  • L.O.I. Oxygen index according to EN ISO 4589:1999 + A1:2006: (Concentration %) = 52±5.
  • Coefficient of linear expansion: 0,07 mm/°C m. (9)
  • Behaviour to chemicals exposure: The ISO/TR 10358 and DIN 8061 standards indicate the behaviour of rigid PVC when exposed to a series of chemical products, depending on the temperature and concentration.
    It is resistant to the majority of:
    - Oils (mineral, vegetable and paraffins)
    - Organic and inorganic acids (diluted or concentrated)
    - Fatty acids
    - Alcohols
    - Carbonates, Phosphates, Nitrates, Sulphates and other saline solutions
    - Aliphatic hydrocarbons
    - Hydroxides (diluted or concentrated)
    However, it is not resistant to the majority of:
    - Amines
    - Ketones
    - Phenols
    - Aromatic hydrocarbons (9)
  • Resistance to ozone according to ASTM D-1149: No cracks magnified to 2.
  • UL Approval: UL File E317944 (only extrusion formula, grey and blue colour).

Characteristics of steel coated with epoxy resin raw material

  • Base raw material: Steel
  • Coating: Highly corrosion resistant coating + Epoxy/polyester resin
  • Classification: Steels DD11 acc./EN 10111:2008 and DC01 acc./EN 10130:1999

Characteristics of stainless steel coated with epoxy resin raw material

  • Base raw material: Stainless steel
  • Coating: Epoxy / Polyester resin
  • Classification: EN 10088: 1.4301
    AISI:AISI 304
    NF A35-586:Z6CN 18-09
    DIN 17440:1.4301(V2A)
    BS:304,S31

Characteristics of sendzimir steel raw material

  • Base raw material: Steel
  • coating according to EN 10130:1998: Pre-galvanized steel Z275-MBO
  • Classification acc./EN 10142: 2000: DX53D+Z275-MBO

Characteristics of PVC Plasticized raw material

  • Base raw material: PVC plasticized
  • UL flammability tests on plastic materials according to ANSI/UL 94: 1990: degree UL94 V0

Characteristics of stainless steel AISI 304 material

  • Base raw material: Stainless steel A2
  • Behaviour to chemicals exposure: Resistant to the most common:
    - Oils (mineral and vegetable)
    - Acetones
    - Fats
    - Alcohols
    - Ammoniac
    - Aliphatic carbon hydrides
    - Hydroxides
    - Carbonates
    - Phosphates
    - Nitrates
    - Sulphates (9)
  • Classification: EN 10088: 1.4301
    AISI:AISI 304
    NF A 35-573:Z7 CN 18.09
    DIN 17440:1.4301(V2A)
    BS:304,S31
    EN ISO 3506 A2

Characteristics of stainless steel AISI 316 material

  • Base raw material: Stainless steel A4
  • Behaviour to chemicals exposure: Resistant to the most common:
    - Oils (mineral and vegetable)
    - Acetones
    - Acids
    - Alcohols
    - Ammoniac
    - Aliphatic carbon hydrides
    - Hydroxides
    - Carbonates
    - Phosphates
    - Nitrates
    - Sulphates (9)
  • Classification: EN 10088-1: 1.4401
    AISI: AISI 316
    NF A35-573: Z7 CND 17.11.02
    DIN 17440: 1.4401(V4A)
    BS: 316 S 31
    EN ISO 3506-4 A4

Notes

1. In outdoor installations or in aggressive chemical environments it is necessary to periodically check the installation.

2. In outdoor installations, a colour change may occur on the raw material, without affecting its mechanical features. If painted, dark colored paints might cause further warming of the product once exposed to the sun, in such case we recommend to install Cable trays in U48X.

3. Except for new part numbers, which are under process of obtaining quality marks and approvals. See updated information of each part number on www.unex.net

4. The values indicated according to IEC 61537:2006 have been tested under its European implementation EN 61537:2007.

5. Tested according to standard prescriptions of EN 61537:2007 . Equivalent to IEC 61537:2006 Cable tray and cable ladder standard.

6. Tested according to standard prescriptions of EN 50085-1

7. Test carried out considering the use of the cable tray with cover to provide additional insulation to an isolated conductor according to requirements of EN 50085-1 standard (Low Voltage Directive)

8. Mounted with Cover fixing Ref. 66845 or 66855. Without this device: Impact resistance 2J and Protection against mechanical damages Grade IK07.

9. All features marked are based on random tests of the material in the manufacture of our products. However, they only reflect the values accepted by the raw material manufacturers, which are provided only as information and guidance.

20/09/2022