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Cable Cleats, Clamps & Accessories
Atlas Trefoil and Single Range-Taker
Cable Cleats and Strap
 
Patented design available in trefoil cable cleat, intermediary trefoil cable strap   and single cable cleat versions
Tested and approved to a short circuit of 78kA RMS 154kA peak short-circuit
Large integral range-take
Three fixing options - two bolt, single bolt & framing channel
Unique hinged and stabilised limbs, designed for easy cable installation on    horizontal or vertical runs
Available in hot dipped galvanised or Type 316 stainless steel frame
Supplied with LSF, zero halogen flame retardant insert pads as standard
Extensive cable diameter accommodation
24mm-120mm for trefoil cable formation
38mm-130mm for single cable formation
The Atlas range-taker cable cleat is a well established product offering easy installation through it's unique hinged and stabilised limbs. There is usually no requirement to adjust the side limbs, as they are pre-set to suit specified cable diameters. However, in exceptional circumstances when adjustment is required, please ensure side bolts are adjusted equally on each side before installation.
  
Recommended spacing (for trefoil applications):
 
Maximum Fault Level kA RMS Recommended spacing of cleats (M)
     
(tested for 0.3 seconds) (on straights) (on bends)
35
2.1
0.3
50
1.5
0.3
70
Please refer to Ellis Patents. See notes
 
Notes:
1. Atlas straps are to be positioned mid-way between cleats on straights
2. Short circuit levels of more than 50kA RMS result in considerable cable deformation between cleats. There is no national or international standard for the maximum acceptable deformation of the cable (which is very much dependent on cleat spacing). Technical assistance on recommended spacing is available on request.
3. A stainless top bolt is also fitted as standard which prevents eddy currents from the following through the cleat when cleating    single cable (otherwise eddy currents would lead to heating of the framework).
 
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