The advantages and disadvantages of two industrial energy supply systems
We are pleased to announce we are now working with TKF, providing their large range of flexible shipboard cables to the Australian and New Zealand markets.
Power supply in overhead cranes: energy chains vs. festoons
The number of passengers on public transport has been increasing steadily for 20 years. This is good news for the industry, but also an increasing load on the rail network, trains, trams and equipment. Durable components are required that can withstand such high requirements and yet meet stringent fire safety standards.
Wherever you install cable that will be stressed mechanically or exposed to environmental hazards, you can rely on the PMA range of flexible conduits to provide the right level of protection.
Thanks to an optimised design, the e-spool can now extend cables and hoses up to 21 metres without the need of a motor.
With the smart igus micro flizz energy supply system, cables and hoses move reliably at high speeds
Adapting a business to meet industry trends helps companies stay fresh
CF.D enables monitoring of highly dynamic e-chain cables in the Smart Factory, thus reducing disruption to production operations.
Smart plastics make railway equipment maintenance easy.