Ellis Vulcan VRT+18 Cable Cleats
Ellis Cable Cleats
Single Cable Cleats
Cable Cleat Maximum Short Circuit Test Level 104/132kA – Cleat Spacing 600/300mm
Ellis VRT+18 Vulcan Cable Cleats are manufactured from corrosion resistant stainless steel for high voltage and hazardous area industries – the compact cleat design is suitable for clamping industrial LV-HV power cables including 11kV and 33kV cables depending on short-circuit calculations according to IEC61914 calculations.
Ellis Patents VRT+18 cable cleats are suitable for securing single-way power cables between 139-159mm overall cable diameter.
The NEW Twist Foot Design from Ellis Patents provides reduced installation times and labour savings when installing cable cleats.
The cleats are available in a range of sizes with range taking ability to suit cables in single or trefoil formation.
Ellis VRT+18 Vulcan
- Cable Cleat Diameter Min 139mm
- Cable Cleat Diameter Max 159mm
Ellis patents vulcan VRT+18 Cleat Dimensions
- Width 200mm
- Height 225mm
- Depth 54mm
- P 75mm
- Weight 628g
Single Cable Cleat Selection Table
Specification details for Ellis Patents Vulcan VRT+18 cable cleat for single cable applications:
|Vulcan+ Cable Cleat Part Number||Single Cable Range||Dimensions||Weight (g)|
|Min Dia (mm)||Max Dia (mm)||W (Max) (mm)||H (Max) (mm)||D (mm)||P (mm)||Base Holes|
|VRT+18||139||159||200||225||54||75||3 x M10||628|
Vulcan+ Cable Cleats – Installation Instructions
Installation instructions for single way cables using Vulcan+ cleats manufactured by Ellis Patents:
|1. Bolt the cleat to the support structure using either the single central or two outer fixing positions||2. Install the cables, when necessary remove the removable base pad to allow for the larger cables in the cleats range||3. Remove the flange nut. Bend the two edges of the cleat around the cables until they are parallel. Locate the screw into adjacent hole and replace the flange nut||4. Tighten flange nut|
WARNING – Do not over tighten the cleat. The liner should be in good firm contact with the cable but does not need to be so tight that the cable bulges at either side of the liner.