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Scandent Group is proud to release the new time saving ONE TOUCH Cable Ladder. The product is a patented innovation which can save up to 50% in installation time.

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   ONE TOUCH CABLE LADDER

EXISITING PRODUCT                                        NEW ONE TOUCH SYSTEM

ECONOMIC

  • Minimise Parts to Reduce Costs, Consisted of Sliding Joint and Lock Bar. (Bolt Nuts and Protruding Cable not Used)
  • Reduce Labour Costs Due to Shortened Working Time, Reduce Straight Area installation by 50% Compared with Bolt Connecting Method, Reduce other Areas by 15%

FUNCTIONALITY

  • Connecting Work Simple (One Touch Connecting Method), Connecting Work without any Tools
  • Bonding Jumper was Installed to beautify the outside and Install BUS BAR on Both Sides Rather than Braided Wire on One Side to Improve Ground Connection
  • Install Ground Connection BUS BAR Inside to Prevent Corrosion
  • Improve Strength and Corrosive-Resistance by Plating Lock Bar with Dark
  • Optimized for Vibrating Environment (Prevent Loosening),

Responsive to Expansion and Compression Depending on the Surrounding Temperature

SAFETY

  • Prevent Safety Accident with Simple Working Technique
  • Reduce Safety Hazard from Bolt Connecting Method when Working at Height and Drop Bolts and Nuts
  • Simpler Outside by Removing Protruding Parts of Bolts and Nuts
  • Cable Routing Quality Improvement because there is no Interference

RELIABILITY

  • Unlike Connecting Sliding Joint, Sliding Rail is Covered from Top and Bottom to Increase Vertical Loading Strength (Refer to the Authorized Agency's Loading Inspection Report)
  • Bonding Jumper Material was Changed from Braided Wire to Highly Conductive and Corrosive-Resistant BUS BAR to Improve Ground Connection

EXISITING PRODUCT

Assembled Status                                     Assembling components                     Current connection function

NEW ONE TOUCH SYSTEM

Assembled Status                                      Assembling components                      Current connection function