Cable carriers are an ideal way to protect cables, hoses, and all other lines throughout movement on modern machinery, while protecting them from abrasion, tangling, and over bending. In this eBook, explore the technology behind modern cable carriers, material options, tech tips and tricks, and more.
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Visit https://www.igus.com/oilandgas to learn more. In this episode, Oil and Gas Industry Manager Jason Freed explains what it means to be “modular” and builds a small e-chain® cable carrier to demon
Read about how igus® has invested in Mura Technology's recycling programs to provide customers with a sustainable way to dispose of their old plastic parts.
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Ready to put an end to cable failure on your machines for good? This basics guide covers everything you need to know to get started with cable carriers.
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igus® goes beyond expertly installing your e-chain® cable carrier. Read about how igus® can accurately predict the service life of your system.