Steel cable carries offer stable performance in extreme conditionsMay 10, 2016 REDWIRE is news you can use from leading suppliers. Powered by FRASERS.
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Some applications require rugged cable carriers that can stand up to harsh conditions. Kabelschlepp steel cable carriers, available from Tsubaki in both open and closed models, are designed for such extreme applications.
Kabelschlepp’s Varitrak S/SX family features extremely robust and stable steel chains for heavy mechanical loads and harsh environmental conditions. These chains have a proven performance with their extremely stable chain link plates, and a link design with multiple stroke system and special bolts. They are available in long, unsupported lengths, and can handle high additional loads thanks to their extremely stable design. A variety of different dimensions are also available to meet the size requirements of each application. An aluminium cover system or steel strip can be added for extra cable protection.
The Conduflex family of cable carriers features a closed design, well sealed for extra cable protection. The modular design of these cable carriers makes it easy to shorten or lengthen the system at a later date, to meet the needs of the application. In addition, the modularity enables easy replacement of sections where external damage has occurred. For applications that deal with hot chips, optional protective covers are available. An added bonus: the stainless steel outer shell and cable friendly internal frame made of glass-fibre reinforced polyamide give these carriers an attractive appearance, while the small pitch of the carrier enables quiet operation. Conduflex cables are TÜV type tested in accordance with 2 PfG 1036/10.97.
A leading manufacturer
Kabelschlepp cable and hose carriers are the backbone of countless pieces of modern machinery. Companies across the globe rely on these high-quality continuous bending high flex cables and their carriers to help carry out their industrial processes.
To learn more, contact Tsubaki.