Trefoil cable cleats for smaller cables

Published:  06 October, 2016

Ellis, cable cleat, cable cleats

Ellis has launched an all-plastic trefoil cable cleat for smaller electrical cables. Called Trident, these polymeric cleats will be available in six sizes from 24 to 54 mm. Sizes from 34 to 41 mm are already available.

Trident has an FEA optimised design that is both elegant and cost effective. It is made as standard in V0 0H 30% glass-filled nylon. It is also available in an LUL (London Underground Ltd) approved polymer that meets London Underground standard 1-085. Both versions have been short-circuit tested to IEC61914.

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