Floating Tow Arm - how to compensate for lateral deviation in energy chains

April 14, 2020

Learn more about the floating tow arm here: https://www.igus.com/info/energy-chains-fta-floatingfmoving-end-com No long travel cable management system is 100% straight. The floating tow arm helps to compensate for lateral deviation in long travel energy chains. This is important for reducing friction between the energy chain and the trough system over long distances.

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