A giant leap forward in cable management with an all-in-one cable system for wall and overhead installations!
Cable tray systems support cables’ journey through the data center
By Patrick McLaughlin
High-Capacity Cabling for Neonatal Intensive Care Unit at The University of Maryland Children’s Hospital
The University of Maryland Children’s Hospital’s tiniest patients depend on constant communication. The communications depend on Snake Tray! We are so proud to be part of the renovation of the new NICU center!
Snake Tray Announces New Cable Tray Designed to Carry RF Cables along with Traditional Security and Signal Cables
With today’s demands to have technology at a passenger’s fingers tips, Snake Tray has created a patented cable tray to convey, aim and isolate RF cables along with traditional security and signal cables in one system for transit and rail tunnels.
Snake Tray is Green and proudly powered by the Sun!
Snake Tray is committed to designing and manufacturing products that have many green benefits.
Snake Tray at InterSolar Show
Please stop by and visit us at the InterSolar Show in San Francisco – July 8th- 10th, Booth 9214.
Snake Tray partnered up with FreeAxez
Snake Tray is pleased to have partnered up with FreeAxez who was a awarded The Gold Award at the NEOCON Show for workplace innovation.
Snake Tray Introduces a New Ice Guard For Solar Panels
Snake Tray is pleased to announce a new stainless steel Ice Guard for solar panels that prevents injuries due to falling ice.
Snake Tray was the pathway chosen and Installed at a large data center in Guatemala City
Snake Tray was the pathway chosen and Installed at a large data center in Guatemala City owned and operated by Telefónica, the Spanish owned largest service provider in Central and northern South America.
IT Addressable Current Monitoring Power Reception Module
Snake Tray is pleased to announce its new current monitoring power reception module that allows data center managers the ability to observe the current of four independent power receptacles either numerically displayed on the device or offsite using HTML protocol.