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A kink in a cable or an exposed electrical wire might mean disaster for a business that relies on technology and electricity to keep running. With durable wireways from Grainger, this never has to be a concern. Wireways and wire ducts keep electrical equipment running by protecting the cords and wires that are essential for them to work well. Whether a company is adding a new wing and needs to protect the wiring or is adding new technology and needs to add wiring to an existing setup, these wireways are the tools necessary to do the job well.

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The simplest difference is that a wireway is a raceway and cable tray is not.

Here are the definitions of each item from the National Fire Protection Agency(NFPA) 70, National Electric Code (NEC) 2008:

NEC 376.2 Metal Wireways. Sheet metal troughs with hinged or removable covers for housing and protecting electrical wires and cable and in which conductors are laid in place after the wireway has been installed as a complete system.

NEC 392.2 Cable Tray System. A unit or assembly of units or sections and associated fittings forming a structural system used to securely fasten or support cables and raceways.

NEC 392.3 Uses Permitted. Cable tray shall be permitted to be used as a support system for service conductors, feeders, branch circuits, communications circuits, control circuits, and signaling circuits.

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