Rack Cable Management

Bus Bars
Copper bus bars for consolidating grounds on equipment racks.
Cable Ducts
Enclosed wire ducts for vertical and horizontal routing.
Cable Ladders & Accessories
Straight sections, 90 degree bends, bolts, and mounting accessories.
Cable Managers
Open and D-ring style cable managers for relay racks.
Cable Trays & Wire Minders
Trays, wire minders, and cable claws for equipment racks.
Lacer Bars & Accessories
Lacer bars, grids, tie saddles, and accessories.
Routing Blanks
Cable routing blanks for horizontal mounting.
Spool Panels
Wire spool racks for cable management.

Why Rack Cable Management Matters

To say that rack cable management and other wire management techniques are essential in a business environment is something of an understatement. Wire management is about more than just keeping track of which cables and wires are connected to which devices. It's also about making it easier to manage (and thus, troubleshoot or upgrade) all of the associated equipment and is about protecting these mission critical assets from harm.

When you use a cable tray, bus bars, cable ducts or similar pieces of equipment in your server room or other complicated environment, you're giving your IT team the tools they need to do their job safely and efficiently each day. If someone needs to swap out a particular piece of hardware to make room for newly purchased items, they don't have to spend time trying to make sense of a tangled mess of wires. If you experience a problem with one of your assets that results in downtime, your team won't have to waste precious minutes on these types of tasks before they can get everything up and running.

It's also important to consider the other major problem you'll run into when it comes to poor rack cable management - the safety hazards that you're creating all the time. Tangled, messy wires can be tripped over, can be accidentally yanked out of a wall and can even start a fire if you're not careful. These are the types of chances you absolutely do not want to take. 

Reasons like these are why cable management are one of the most pressing issues facing network installers and IT technicians today, perhaps second only to cooling. Effective rack cable management practices guarantee that your team can effortlessly secure, bundle and route your wires and other items in a way that makes them easy to access and even easier to identify when the need arises.