ÖLFLEX cables offer power and controlApril 28, 2015 REDWIRE is news you can use from leading suppliers. Powered by FRASERS.
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In 1959, ÖLFLEX was the very first control cable to be designed with colour-coded wires and, at the same time, was the first branded cable in the world. Today, Lapp’s ÖLFLEX connecting and control cables are some of the most widely used in the world, and for good reason — the high-quality cables are rich with features.
Some of the cable’s most notable attributes include:
- Flexible, oil-resistant and universally applicable;
- Fulfills the most demanding requirements for electrical and mechanical properties;
- Available in a comprehensive range for all environmental conditions, including wet/dry, EMC, indoor/outdoor, extreme temperature ranges, etc.;
- Suitable for fixed connection or energy supply chains;
- Halogen-free (during a fire, neither high levels of smoke nor corrosive gases are emitted); and
- Available with international licences.
The cables are ideal for use in a wide range of industries — from mechanical, tool, system and apparatus engineering, to measurement, control, heating and climate technology. Additional applications include: wind and photovoltaic plants; public buildings, airports and stations; medical technology; chemical industry; the food and beverage industry; machinery; automotive equipment; robotics; and many more.
Lapp Group North America strives to meet 100 per cent of its customer requirements and deliver quality products on time through continuous improvement of its processes and procedures. The company monitors its processes and validates results using metrics to drive continued success with emphasis on customer satisfaction. Contact Lapp to learn more about ÖLFLEX and its capabilities.