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Module 9
Cable Tray Design

Training Manual

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Contents
Session

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Introduction ....................................................................................................1-1 Objectives....................................................................................................1-1 Must Know Points........................................................................................1-1 Cable Trays in PDMS: Basic Concepts .......................................................1-2 Cable Tray Specifications............................................................................1-2 Setting the Appropriate Specification ..........................................................1-3 Branches .....................................................................................................1-4 List Order.....................................................................................................1-7

Session

2 .....................................................................2-1

Connecting Cable Tray Components...........................................................2-1 Connecting the Branch Head or Tail ...........................................................2-2 Positioning Cable Tray Items.......................................................................2-4 Positioning Components..............................................................................2-5 Orientating Cable Tray Components ...........................................................2-8 Replacing Implied Straights with Fixed-Length Trays .................................2-9 Replacing Fixed-Length Trays with Implied Straights .................................2-9 The Cable Tray Application - A Worked Example .....................................2-11 Exercise 1..................................................................................................2-11 Exercise 2..................................................................................................2-22 Exercise 3..................................................................................................2-22

Module 9 Cable Tray Design

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• • • • • • Understanding of the basic Hierarchy and what elements can be created. position and orientate piping components. Module 9 Cable Tray Design 1-1 . Origin (P0) points and axes. Understand how to create. Understand the catalogue point configurations for standard components. Describe all the functionality of the Create Components form. Objectives At the end of this session you will be able to: • • • • • • • Explain the basic concepts of Pipes and Branches Describe the use of Cable Tray Specifications in PDMS. Have a sound knowledge of Branch heads and tails and the importance of component list order and flow direction within a branch. Must Know Points It is important to understand the following points about Cable Tray Modelling. How to Navigate around the database. as you will discover in this session. Basic understanding of the concepts of attributes. Understand more complex positioning with relation to other Design items. Querying the current attribute settings. How to change the settings of an attribute.Introduction Cable tray routing is an important activity on any large project. It uses the same principles and concepts as pipe routing in PDMS that has always been one of the major strengths of the system.

The simple example below shows a pipe with three ends and two branches. Branches may own a number of piping components like Elbows and Bends . Branch 1 Tee Branch 2 This brings in another rule that says that although a branch only has two ends. where the second branch is connected to the first at the tee. depending on the number of branches it owns. PDMS has a set of specifications from which you can choose. as shown in the preceding diagram. and form the basis of all the PDMS cable trays you will encounter. Cable Tray Specifications In the same way that design offices have standard cable tray specifications. Cable Trays in PDMS: Basic Concepts PIPE BRANCH BEND ELBOW TEE There is a separate design hierarchy for cable tray routing (this is the same as for pipes). These simple concepts enable any number of cable tray configurations to be developed. In turn. The difference between pipes and branches is that a branch may only have two ends. it may own components (in this case a tee) which connect to other branches. In the Training Project there are three such specifications: 1-2 Module 9 Cable Tray Design . In fact all the components you will use in PDMS must be defined in the Catalogue and be placed in a Specification before you can use them. In principle.Błąd! Nie zdefiniowano stylu. each Pipe element may own a number of Branches. while a pipe may have any number of ends.

Setting the Appropriate Specification The first task when building a cable tray is to decide which specification you are going to use. SCTG = MDCLG HDCTG STANDARD DUTY CABLE TRAY = = MEDIUM DUTY CABLE TRAY HEAVY DUTY CABLE TRAY These specifications contain all the fittings you will require for the course exercises. Module 9 Cable Tray Design 1-3 . Having decided on the appropriate specification. this is then set as an attribute of the pipe.Błąd! Nie zdefiniowano stylu. Any subsequent branches will automatically be assigned with the same specification (although this can be re-specified if required).

because the pipe which appears between fittings is automatically set by PDMS according to the specifications of the fittings. then the branch is open. Head Riser (Elbow) Direction of Flow Riser (Elbow) Tail The attributes for Heads of Branches are: HPOS HCON HDIR HBOR HREF HSTU The position in the zone where the branch starts The connection type of the branch end (BOXI or OPEN) The direction in which the start of the branch is pointing (as if you were looking down the tray/ladder) The width of the tray The name of the item to which the branch head is connected (e. even if there is a fitting connected directly to the head) 1-4 Module 9 Cable Tray Design . In PDMS you only ever need to consider the fittings.g. Branches Branches serve two purposes: They define the start and finish points of a cable tray route (known as the Head and Tail in PDMS) They own the cable tray components which define the route The position and order of the piping components below branch level determine the physical route. Branch Heads and Tails All Branches need to have a start and end point. tee1 of tray1). Heads and tails are set up via a series of attributes that belong to the Branch element. between the start of the branch and the first fitting (this still needs to be set.Błąd! Nie zdefiniowano stylu. This is a reference to the catalogue which determines the material of the first piece of tray. These can be a position in space (3D coordinates) or a tee in your design. If this is not set.

The attributes for Tails of Branches are: TPOS TCON TDIR TBOR TREF The position in the zone where the branch ends The connection type of the branch end (BOXI or OPEN) The direction in which the end of the branch is pointing (as if you were looking back down the tray) The width of the tray The name of the item to which the branch head is connected (e. If this is not set. You do not need to specify each of these attributes every time you create a branch but it will be necessary to do this when you create your first branch.g.Błąd! Nie zdefiniowano stylu. the attributes for head or tail are set automatically Module 9 Cable Tray Design 1-5 . then the branch is open. tee1 of tray1). On occasions when you connect a branch to a tee.

The main types of fitting available are as follows: BEND RISER (ELBOW) TEE REDUCER CROSS FIXED TRAY (FTUB) For all cable tray components. Fittings When you first define a head and tail for a branch. you will need to carry out the following steps: Select the component from the cable tray specification Position the component Set the orientation Creating Branch Members To create a cable tray component select Create>Components. unlike on the drawing board. However. This will appear as a dotted line between the two points unless the head and tail are aligned along a common axis.Błąd! Nie zdefiniowano stylu. To create cable tray fittings. The following form will be displayed. you do not need to know any fitting dimensions. PDMS derives these automatically from the catalogue. The components must be arranged so that the cable tray meets its design needs. you need to decide the components that are required in order to satisfy the requirements of the cables. (The dotted line indicates that branch route is geometrically incorrect. 1-6 Module 9 Cable Tray Design .. you need to select an item from the list of fittings available to you. your branch will consist of one piece of pipe running in a straight line between the head and tail positions. Just as on a drawing board..) Head Tail The next step in designing a cable tray is to create and position a series of fittings that define the actual cable tray route you require.

one after the other. With cable tray components. Below is an example Members list showing the components of a typical cable tray. determines the final cable tray route. List Order With equipment and structures. the order in which they are laid out. Normally you will define the Branch Members in Forward mode. The Specification (SPREF) will be set to that of the pipe. Select the component from the scrollable list then hit Create. Depress the “Auto Conn” button. that is. This will ensure that components are automatically connected to the previous one.Błąd! Nie zdefiniowano stylu. as well as their individual positions and orientations. starting at the Head. Module 9 Cable Tray Design 1-7 . Sometimes it is more convenient to build your branch from the Tail first. The current element is highlighted. The component will be displayed alongside the previous one. Then you will need to work in Backwards mode. the order in which you create items is of no importance to the final outcome.

1-8 Module 9 Cable Tray Design . Any new item in the branch will appear after the item you were at when you select Create. ALL all available data shown. but for the time being you should be aware of it and should consider carefully where your next item is going to be inserted. in which case the new item will be the first item in the branch. while your current element is TEE No. The new BEND will immediately follow the TEE and will become the current element. The new item then becomes the current element. The description of the item can be presented to you in one of three ways BASIC the least amount of information is displayed TEXT description and material displayed. from the catalogue. This can be set by selecting the following form: Settings>Choose Options.. Selecting the Component from the Specification When you select a component. say a Reducer. 3 (item 9 in the list). there are often a number of choices you can make. The only slight deviation from this is when you are at a new branch. thus allowing you to follow it with the next component. List order will become second nature to you after you have created a number of branches..Błąd! Nie zdefiniowano stylu. The next item to be created is a BEND.

If it is the first component in the Branch you will be asked the question Open Tray Direction. Position or Orientate options from the Cable Tray Application menu. Positioning and Setting the Orientation of Components Having created and chosen a component. If you use this component to increase the width of the branch. you set two numeric attributes. In order to tell PDMS the flow direction you want. the next stage is to position it. For the reducer shown below. This is because the component is automatically connected to the previous one. or by using any selection from the Modify. This setting will depend on the amount of information that has been stored. ARRIVE would be set to 2 and LEAVE would be set to 1. The significance of p–points is two–fold. to the p–point numbers you want. you will see that the large end is at P1 and the small end is at P2. First. and second. (The default is ARRIVE 1 LEAVE 2. Automatic Positioning and Orientation of New Components When you select a component. You can also set the Auto Connect option from this form. you will notice that in many cases you do not need to go through the stages of positioning and orientation. they determine the branch flow through the component by means of ARRIVE and LEAVE attributes. the flow in the direction of the branch will be from P2 to P1. When you select the component. P-Points Arrive and Leave Points Cable tray components have P–points (similar to those for equipment).Błąd! Nie zdefiniowano stylu. ARRIVE and LEAVE. In this case. there is an option which by default automatically connects the component to the previous component (or to the Branch Head if it is the first component).) Module 9 Cable Tray Design 1-9 . they define the connection points. Components can be positioned using the lower button on the Cable Tray Components form. This allows you to select any of the above options.

Błąd! Nie zdefiniowano stylu. Z P2 Y X P1 P3 Reducer X Z Y P0 P1 Bend P2 Z Y P0 X P2 P1 P3 Tee 1-10 Module 9 Cable Tray Design .

Błąd! Nie zdefiniowano stylu. P2 Z X P0 Y P1 Elbow Module 9 Cable Tray Design 1-11 .

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or to a multiway component. the p-leave of the previous component (in forwards mode). Unless overridden. A Connect command both Orientates and Positions the current component so that its parrive is directed towards. Module 9 Cable Tray Design 2-1 . and to the first/last component within the branch.Connecting Cable Tray Components This session tells you how to connect: • • The branch head/tail to the tail/head of another branch. Adjacent components within a branch sequence. and is aligned with. Connect also checks that the components to be connected have compatible connection types (as defined by the Connection Compatibility Tables in the Catalogue database).

Use the cursor to pick the item to be connected to.Błąd! Nie zdefiniowano stylu. 2-2 Module 9 Cable Tray Design . Wherever Head/Tail or First/Last are shown in the following sequences. Select the type of item to connect to. The Connect Branch form will be displayed. The options on the pull -down menu under Tee are as follows: Multiway Branch Head Branch Tail First Member Last Member Name… You will see a prompt in the bottom left corner asking you to identify a Bran/Component. Connecting to the Head/Tail of Another Branch Select Connect from the top-level bar menu. select the relevant option in each case. Select Head/Tail from the pull-down menu. Connecting the Branch Head or Tail NOTE: Check that you are at Branch level or below.

Connecting a Component NOTE: Check that you are currently at Component level. Select Component from the pull-down menu. 2. Select To Previous or To Next from the submenu. p-arrive of the current component will be connected to p-leave of the previous component or p-leave of the current component will be connected to p-arrive of the next component (in Forwards mode).Błąd! Nie zdefiniowano stylu. 1. 3. Select Connect from the top-level bar menu. Module 9 Cable Tray Design 2-3 . By default.

The button with the default setting of Thro Cursor has the following options: Thro Cursor a cursor-identified 3D position Thro ID Cursor Thro Point Thro Next Thro Tail Thro Previous Thro Head Connect cursor-identified item an identified p-point the next item in the Branch the tail of the Branch the previous item in the Branch the head of the Branch connects to the previous component There are many other ways to position cable tray components and these are explained in the Design Reference Manual Part 2. However. Ducting and Cable Trays. Section 3 Piping. Positioning Cable Tray Items The majority of positioning of cable tray items can be performed from the Cable Tray Components form. here are a few examples of positioning that should be useful to you when completing the exercises.Błąd! Nie zdefiniowano stylu. 2-4 Module 9 Cable Tray Design .

e p-leave is E45N. and so none of the forms allow you to set a direction. See details over. Positioning Components The Position Component option enables you to move a component without specifying a direction. Module 9 Cable Tray Design 2-5 . The options available are: Distance Through Clearance Plane Through which will move the component by a given distance which will move the component along a given point which will move the component to within a given clearance of a given item or point which move the component along the line of the branches so that the component moves until it intersects a plane through a given point. Plane Clearance Select Position Component Plane Through This can be used to position all cable tray components but is particularly useful if the previous component is not in an orthogonal plane i. which will extend the tube before the component so that the component moves until it is within a given clearance of a plane through a given point. See details over.Błąd! Nie zdefiniowano stylu. The direction of movement is the direction of the component.

Plane E Through (one of the Through position options) would place the bend in the correct position...Błąd! Nie zdefiniowano stylu. Pin. North is up the page. Next Tail Previous Head a cursor-identified 3D position cursor-identified item an identified p-point a given coordinate a named item construction pin he next item in the Branch he tail of the Branch the previous item in the Branch he head of the Branch 2-6 Module 9 Cable Tray Design . The options under Cursor are: Cursor ID Cursor ID P-Point Coordinate Name. 1 2 To position bend 2 in the above example.

Onto Under From These two options are used with any direction in an elevation view. This option is used with directions N. and any angles in between. Module 9 Cable Tray Design 2-7 . Select Position Component Plane Through Clearance This can be used in the same way as above but is particularly useful when positioning a component a specified clearance from a fixed design item. that is directions N. E and W and any angles in between. S. S.Błąd! Nie zdefiniowano stylu. To This option is used with directions N. S. They are used as if you are looking in the direction specified. that is directions U and D. These two options can be used for any direction in a plan view. The options under Only are Only Infront Behind This option is used to position the item the given distance and direction from the given point. E and W. It is used to position an item the given distance away from its present position in the given direction. E and W. It is used to position an item the given distance from the given point.

NOTE: In order to retain the correct orientation for the open side of the tray. This can also be used at a Bend to change the direction the p-leave is. To change the p-leave from P2 to P3. Ducting and Cable Trays. this operation results in the p-arrive (P1) and p-leave (P2) directions being reversed. To maintain connectivity. p-leave is set to P2. 2-8 Module 9 Cable Tray Design . and the off-leg (for connection to.Błąd! Nie zdefiniowano stylu. navigate to the tee and select Orientate> Component> Change Exit. It Swaps the p-arrive and p-leave. However. so that the direction of its off-leg (P3) is reversed. p-arrive for a tee is set to P1. so that Pl is p-leave. the main types of orientation that you will require are: The Orientate Component option has the following submenu: Swap Branch Changing the Off-leg Direction of a Tee Component To rotate a tee component through 180 degrees. Section 3 Piping. say. navigate to the component and select Orientate> Component> Swap Branch. and P2 is p-arrive. Repeated use of this operation toggles p-leave between P2 and P3. Change Exit Changing the Branch Direction at a Tee By default. p-arrive is reset to P2 and p-leave is reset to P1 automatically. another branch) is set to P3. Orientating Cable Tray Components There are many ways to orientate cable tray components and are explained in the Design Reference Manual Part 2.

inserts fixed-length trays between a specified component and the branch head. You will see a Fill Cable Tray Branch form. The fixed-length trays used are derived from the current branch specification.inserts fixed-length trays between two specified components. When you OK the form you will be prompted to pick a component using the cursor. select Modify>Fill. Replacing Implied Straights with Fixed-Length Trays To add fixed-length tray (FTUB) elements to all or part of the current branch so as to replace implied straights. When you OK the form you will be prompted to pick two components using the cursor. When you OK the form you will be prompted to pick a component using the cursor. The options are: Branch Components .. The number of trays used in each location is calculated from the length of the implied straight which they replace.replaces all implied straights with fixed-length trays for the entire branch. select Modify>Unfill. Replacing Fixed-Length Trays with Implied Straights To unfill a cable tray that has been filled. and use it in the same way as above. Head to Component . .Błąd! Nie zdefiniowano stylu. Component to Tail .inserts fixed-length trays between a specified component and the branch tail. Module 9 Cable Tray Design 2-9 . Set the Fill option button to specify which part of the branch is to have fixed-length trays inserted.

Any Branches that make up a Pipe must connect to the Main Branch. ISODRAFT considerations If you intend to use Isodraft to produce isometric plot files of cable trays.Błąd! Nie zdefiniowano stylu. 1. there are a number of points that you will need to consider. That is. Typical Isometric plot of a Cable Tray produced by Isodraft 2-10 Module 9 Cable Tray Design . The cable tray must be data consistency checked and any errors removed before you generate an isometric plot. you cannot have a branch off a branch as this will cause ISODRAFT to fail. 2.

The course exercises will illustrate different means of cable tray routing by giving examples of many of the situations you will encounter. It assumes that you have already set your default specification to SCTG.Błąd! Nie zdefiniowano stylu.A Worked Example Exercise 1 The tasks of setting up cable trays. The following worked example demonstrates how to build up the cable tray component sequence illustrated below. branches and components are simplified by the use of forms and menus. The Cable Tray Application . BRANCH /tray1/B1 showing input sequence Module 9 Cable Tray Design 2-11 . The first thing to consider when using the application is the specification you are currently using as default.

a Branch at Explicit Position form is shown. When you choose OK.Błąd! Nie zdefiniowano stylu. Function Form and Location Notes Create>Zone Create > Zone Create hierarchy in which Cable tray is to be routed. a Create Branch form (Of similar format) is shown automatically Create>Branch After pressing OK on previous form. 2-12 Module 9 Cable Tray Design . Create>Main Create>Main When you choose OK.

Function Form and Location Connect>Branch Notes Position each end of Branch to its termination point (HEAD & TAIL) Input these values to start the branch at the upper penetration of the east wall at the south corner named /EASTHOLE1. Fig 1 (Tray Ref. Select Apply and then Dismiss the form. This form allows the HEAD and TAIL connections to be specified.Błąd! Nie zdefiniowano stylu. This leaves a “dotted” line joining the HEAD and TAIL Create>Component We will now choose a Tee that will be connected to the HEAD automatically and then repositioned. Form is finally Dismissed. 1) Press the Create button Module 9 Cable Tray Design 2-13 .

Błąd! Nie zdefiniowano stylu. Fig 1 (Tray Ref. Function Because the Default button on the Piping Components form is not set. If your Choose form does not have the component description set modify the choose options. Form and Location Notes Position the Tee using Through ID Cursor from the Create Cable Tray Components form and select the penetration in the floor near the centre of the south wall named /FLOORHOLE1. To do this Settings>Choose Options then select ALL Leave this set to U. you will be shown a form giving the available tee options. 2) 2-14 Module 9 Cable Tray Design . Pick one and press OK. Create another Tee in the same way as above and position it through the next penetration named /FLOORHOLE2 The Tee will be positioned at the start of the branch (head) because the Auto Connect button is ticked.

as shown in Fig 1 Module 9 Cable Tray Design 2-15 . The Bend will be connected to the previous Tee because Auto Conn has been switched ON. 3) Position the Bend through the penetration in the wall named /INTHOLE1. Use Thro ID Cursor from the above form. The leave side of the Bend should point “North”.Błąd! Nie zdefiniowano stylu. Function Form and Location Notes Create a Bend from the Cable Tray Components List. The Cable Tray Components form will now be left on display until the entire Cable Tray has been routed. If it doesn't use Orientate>Compo nent>Change Exit The Bend’s direction should be facing North. Fig 1 (Tray Ref.

Function Form and Location Notes Create a Riser and select the OR 90 type (90 deg. ANGLE type. 6) Create another Bend and select the LH 45 deg. and position it a Distance 5000 and the leave should automatically point down. Create another Riser and select the IR 90 type (90 deg. Fig 1 (Tray ref. elbow inside radius). ANGLE type.Błąd! Nie zdefiniowano stylu. Fig 1 (Tray ref. and use Through ID Cursor to position it through the penetration named /INTHOLE2. 7) 2-16 Module 9 Cable Tray Design . elbow outside radius). Position it a distance 5000 from the previous component. The leave should automatically point North. Position Fig 1 (Tray ref. 5) Create a Bend from the Cable Tray Components List and select the RH 45 deg. 4) Fig 1 (Tray Ref.

Błąd! Nie zdefiniowano stylu. Select a plane E and Through ID Cursor and pick the penetration in the wall named /INTHOLE3. Dismiss this form. ANGLE type. Create a Bend and select the RH 90 deg. 9) Create a Tee and select Module 9 Cable Tray Design 2-17 . Use Through ID Cursor to position it through the penetration named /INTHOLE4 Fig 1 (Tray ref. Next. 8) Fig 1 (Tray ref. Function Form and Location Notes this using the Position>Component> Plane Through.

Note: The tray we are now creating is 450mm wide. Create a Bend from the Cable Tray Components form and select the LH 45 deg. Function Form and Location Notes the type with PBOR3 600. Fig 1 (Tray ref. ANGLE type. Position it a distance 2500 from the previous component. Fig 1 (Tray ref.Błąd! Nie zdefiniowano stylu. Leave it connected to the previous component. 10) Create a Reducer and select the type PBOR1 450 CONC. Position the Tee using Through ID Cursor from the Create Cable Tray Components form and select the penetration in the floor near the centre of the north wall named /FLOORHOLE3. 11) 2-18 Module 9 Cable Tray Design .

Dismiss this form. 12) Fig 1 (Tray ref. Select a plane N and Through ID Cursor and pick the penetration in the wall named /INTHOLE5.Błąd! Nie zdefiniowano stylu. ANGLE type. Position the Tee using Through ID Cursor from the Create Cable Tray Components form and select the penetration in the floor near the centre of the north wall named /FLOORHOLE4. Fig 1 (Tray ref. Function Form and Location Notes Create another Bend from the Cable Tray Components List and select the RH 45 deg. Module 9 Cable Tray Design 2-19 . 13) Create a Tee and select the type with PBOR3 450. Position this using the Position>Component> Plane Through.

Position the Tee using Through ID Cursor from the Create Cable Tray Components form and select the penetration in the floor near the centre of the north wall named /FLOORHOLE5. To change this select Orientate>Component> Swap Branch. elbow outside radius). 14) Create another Tee as above. The leave should automatically point Down. The connection point of the tee should point south but it points north.Błąd! Nie zdefiniowano stylu. Create another Riser and select the OR 90 type (90 deg. Fig 1 (Tray ref. 15) 2-20 Module 9 Cable Tray Design . Function Form and Location Notes Fig 1 (Tray ref. and use Through ID Cursor to position it through the penetration named /FLOORHOLE6.

only a Branch.Błąd! Nie zdefiniowano stylu. If you have made a mistake during your design. Note: You cannot fill a Pipe. do the modification and then Fill again. it is best to Unfill. This will position the Tail at the P-leave of the last member. The Branch is almost finished apart from it has not been filled. TPOS. Select /FLOORHOLE6 when prompted. Module 9 Cable Tray Design 2-21 . and select OK. Function Form and Location Notes To complete the Cable Tray the Tail needs to be positioned at the penetration named /FLOORHOLE6.. To fill the Branch select Modify>Fill. TCON and TDIR. Note: This will set Tail attributes TBOR. To position the Tail at the penetration named /FLOORHOLE6 select Position>Branch>Move Through. Select Connect>Branch.

select the pipe/branch to be copied then choose Create >Copy >Offset . 2-22 Module 9 Cable Tray Design . Dismiss the Branch at Explicit Position form that appears as you are going to connect the Branch to one of the tees in the Main Branch. You will need to rename the Pipes and Branches. . Hint: Select Create>Branch and OK the Create Branch form. Add this to the drawlist and select Limits>CE. The worked example should give enough information to allow you to build it. Select Connect>Branch>Head>To Tee and pick the tee. You can use create Copy Offset and modify the design to suit. Refer to the drawing on the next page for positions and components required. To create a copy. Refer to fig 1 on page 1-21 whilst following the worked example as each component has a reference number indicated in the Notes column). Create and position a riser (OR 90 type) and complete the branch by positioning the tail at the hole in the floor as you did in the previous exercise. (This explains how to build the upper tray of the 3. Exercise 4 Create the lower two cable tray Main's.Błąd! Nie zdefiniowano stylu. Exercise 2 Navigate to the site named /CABLESITE that you should see in the members window. Build the Main Branch of the first cable tray. Exercise 3 Create all the branches that attach to the tees in the Main. Copying Branches If you have branches of a pipe that contain similar components you may copy a complete branch then move it in position. Select Design>Cable Trays… to load the Cable Tray application. .

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