JOHNSTOWN, Pa., June 14, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- The Cambria County Association for the Blind and Handicapped, CAB Products, will be exhibiting its line of Cable Rings and Saddles for Photovoltaic Solar Projects at the Intersolar 2014 North America Expo from July 8th to 10th in San Francisco.
CAB Products was a finalist in the Photovoltaic Category for the Intersolar 2014 AWARD.
CAB's innovative Cable Management system utilizing Cable Rings and Saddles is drawing strong interest from the Solar Industry. While it is a new way to think of cable management for the Solar market, the same product has been used for over 40 years in Electrical, Utility, Petrochemical, and Traffic Signal applications. It is a time-tested product and is specified by electrical engineering companies in the most corrosive and harsh environments in the world.
The simplicity of the design, in which the Cable Rings and Saddles are hung from messenger wire connected between mounting piers, has the advantage of saving installation time and product costs as well as lowering logistical costs such as shipping and storage. The system is also advantageous for use where the ground cannot be disturbed, such as Super Fund sites and former Landfills, and also where the ground is not conducive to trenching.
The Cambria County Association for the Blind and Handicapped is a private, non-profit organization in Southwestern Pennsylvania. Its purpose is to provide rehabilitation and employment opportunities for persons with physical and intellectual challenges while also producing high quality products for customers. CAB Products has been producing cable and wire management products since the early 1970's and is used around the United States and in over 25 foreign countries. CAB Products have annual sales in excess of $18 million USD and produces millions of products each year.
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