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TECHNOLOGY IN ACTION ADVERTORIAL


KABELSCHLEPP Metool provides a complete range of cable carriers in a variety of


materials. Whether standard or custom products - with this mixture of materials, the technical know-how, extensive accessories, and ready-to-install complete systems, KABELSCHLEPP Metool offers the optimal solution for any moving application.


T


he specification of a cable carrier system is predominantly determined by parameters such as


dimensional requirements, accessibility of the compartments, the unsupported travel length and the additional loads to be routed. To suit the diversity of applications, KABELSCHLEPP


Metool product range offers everything from units measuring only a few millimeters, for example for use in small printers, to bespoke chains in multiple link assemblies weighing several tons as used on oil platforms. Cable assemblies and assemblies ready to fit complete the range.


What cable carriers are made of Most common in machine building and automation are cable carriers made of some or other plastic material. A key further aspect is versatility, and the broad range of sizes and accessories available covers all needs, literally from millimeter to meter. Different opening types and connectors allow for individual adjustment of the chain to the application and optimal running of cables and hoses. Even variants for high levels of contamination are available. For special needs there are special material options: Atex and Ex requirements, high or low temperature applications clean rooms as well as splash proof solutions.


Heavy duty For most demanding use there is a wide range of steel cable chains. The rigid, heat and UV-resistant cable carriers are the


choice for applications with long unsupported lengths, high mechanical stresses, heavy additional loads or extreme operating conditions.


TRAXLINE Cable Cable in dynamic automated processes have to withstand high stresses.


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Traxline dynamic cables for all purposes, tested and


rated to millions of cycles and optimized for bending radius and small diameters. Motor, Signal, Instrumentation, Fibre optics or system cable - a full range to complement our cable carrier range.


Complete Systems – TOTALTRAX Design, procurement and or production, logistics and assembly – cable carrier assemblies need a lot of consideration. For most applications complete systems are comprised of countless components. Against this background, KABELSCHLEPP Metool offers customized, application-specific system solutions named TOTALTRAX: cable chain assemblies including all electrical cabling, hydraulic, pneumatic, coolant or lubricant hoses as well as


corresponding connectors, built to specification as solutions ready-to-install. Considering the necessary investment through all processes, from the drawing board to commissioning, there is a clear business case for a customer to consider sourcing out sub-assemblies.


Online Support Quickfinder from KABELSCHLEPP Metool helps customers navigate the range and choose the perfect product selection.


Specification could not be faster or easier. www.Kabelschlepp.co.uk / products / cable-carriers / quickfinder


Models of the chosen design, 2D or 3D, are also available


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