The installation of cable bridges is a key part of power and communication systems, but sometimes there are some common problems. The following are solutions and tips for common cable tray installation problems:
1. Installation height problem: The installation height of cable bridges should be high enough to support the cable, but not too high. Too high cable bridges may cause the cable to break or bend. Therefore, the terrain and facility structure should be carefully studied before installing cable bridges, and adjusted according to the relevant specifications.
2. Bracket installation problem: When installing cable bridges, the selection and installation of brackets is very important. The use of improper brackets, and wrong installation position may lead to looseness and movement of cable bridges. To ensure quality and durability, it is recommended to use professional brackets with accurate installation and adjustment techniques.
3. Additional electrical equipment: After attaching various electrical equipment, the cable tray system also needs to be revisited to ensure that it is adequate to support the additional load and that any additional cables can be safely loaded in. This should take into account elements such as the size and quantity of the system to ensure integrity and proper operation.
4. Temperature and humidity issues: Cable bridges require special attention when working in hot and humid environments. Under these conditions, the metal components may expand and cause deformation of the system due to the external environment. To avoid this, cable bridges should be installed using the correct materials and techniques, and effective air circulation should be added to the appropriate areas to address moisture and heat.
In conclusion, the cable tray installation process requires care and professionalism, and the relevant installation codes and standard operating procedures should be followed. If any problems arise, it is recommended to immediately consult a professional electrical engineer or installation technician to make timely repairs and adjustments.