Avoiding Cable Failure - Jacket Failure

November 22, 2019

Our series on how to avoid cable failure continues with a look at jacket cracking, swelling and abrasion. If your cable’s jacket fails, it can compromise the cable’s electrical and mechanical performance inside your machine. Watch as chainflex® Regional Product Manager Tim Marran explains what causes jacket failure and which cable design features are necessary to prevent unplanned downtime.

Check out our cable design basics guide:
https://toolbox.igus.com/flexible-cables/designbasics-continuous-flexcables

Learn more about chainflex® cables here:
https://www.igus.com/info/chainflex-information

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