We live in a world full of regulations. From the FDA and the FTC to HIPAA and beyond, there are codes and standards for the production, consumption, and installation of all types of goods and services, and a whole bunch more governing the flow and privacy of information.
Behind what appears to be an increasingly wireless, mobile world are cables. Lots of them. Read on and learn how to select the right cable trays for every job from Snake Tray’s extensive cable management solutions.
As we emerge from the pandemic supply chain disruptions continue to affect everything from computer chips to what’s on our grocery store shelves. Pent up demand and too few goods have yielded inflation rates not seen in decades. Factor in rising labor costs due to a skills shortage plus a fragile global geo-political environment and you’ve got the perfect storm for inflation.
Storing surplus energy, whether derived from renewable sources, nuclear, or fossil fuels, has become a priority for many utilities and power generation companies.
These days, power hungry utilities and large power consuming entities like hyperscale data centers will leverage almost any flat surface, into a clean energy producing platform to generate incremental power or offset energy costs.
At Snake Tray®, we take environmental responsibility seriously. We are committed to manufacturing our products in ways that minimize the impact on the environment. Not only do Snake Tray products and solutions save energy and natural resources to help our clients meet compliance standards for energy-efficient building design, but they are also manufactured using equally high environmental standards.
One of the hottest trends in renewable energy is building solar arrays over open air parking lots. Transforming open spaces into clean energy sources, offseting electricity bills while providing the amenities of shade, cooler vehicles, and protection from inclement weather to the people who park their cars underneath.
The construction industry is beginning to rebound from the COVID-19 pandemic. After seeing project starts and bidding activity drop significantly in 2020, Autodesk’s 2021 Construction Outlook report sees a positive near-term future. New starts, project restarts, and starting backlogs are rising in all sectors; residential, commercial, and non-building infrastructure.
We’ve been telling solar operators how the Snake Tray Solar Snake Max XL™ system saves money on materials and labor while increasing daily energy harvest by up to 30-watt hours per meter over traditional trenching and bundling cable methods, and now we have the numbers to back it up.