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E-CHAIN AT HOME IN SMALL SPACES

31-01-2018
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Low profile e-chain

The igus E2.10 low-profile e-chain from Treotham Automation has an outer height of just 15mm (with an inner headroom of 10mm) and is capable of the smallest bend radii, making it suitable for very small installation spaces.

Like all energy chains in the E2.1 family, each of the links in the compact unit is made up of only two parts: the bottom/side part and a crossbar. The cable-friendly design makes them easy to assemble using the simple e-chain opener tool.

Lightweight, yet sturdy and strong, the E2.1 series is suitable for a wide range of demanding applications, and the series now also includes new sizes with 26, 38 and 48mm inner height.

The ideal complement to the e-chain is the highly flexible igus chainflex range of cables, which are specifically designed for use in energy chains. This range includes the chainflex CFBUS.LB.060 Profinet cable, which allows data to be transmitted in the tightest of spaces with a bend radius of just 7.5d.

Treotham Automation can also supply igus e-chains and cables preassembled as a ready-to-use readychain.

Treotham Automation
1300 65 75 64
www.treotham.com.au

 

 

 

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