igus, a leader in the development and testing of cable management systems and continuous-flexing cables, has announced the release of their Chainflex M line of lower-cost cables.
East Providence, Rhode Island June 18, 2015
Tested, safe, yet low in price - this is the promise from igus with their newest line of Chainflex cables. From control, servo motor, and measuring system cables, to data, power, and bus cables, Chainflex M offers a full cable range, all designed specifically for continuous-flexing applications; at about 40% lower cost than traditional Chainflex cables.
The standard line of Chainflex cables is tested and guaranteed for high speeds, high cycles, and demanding environments, yet many applications do not require such high standards of their cables. Now, with Chainflex M, manufacturers have the option of having the flexible reliability of Chainflex, but with a lower cost. Guaranteed for up to 5 million cycles, Chainflex M cables are in the same price range as cables for non-flexing applications.
All Chainflex cables are tested in igus' in-house laboratory in Cologne, Germany, where 2 billion test cycles are carried out each year, including in true-to-life application settings. There are three main advantages for Chainflex M users: tested reliability, including a guarantee commitment, a competitive price, and the flexibility to fit perfectly into Energy Chain cable carrier systems. Learn more about Chainflex M on the product page, http://www.igus.com/chainflexm
igus develops industry-leading Energy Chain cable carriers, Chainflex Motion Cables, DryLin linear bearings and linear guides, iglide plastic bushings, and igubal spherical bearings. These seemingly unrelated products are linked together through a belief in making functionally advanced, yet affordable plastic components and assemblies. With plastic bearing experience since 1964, cable carrier experience since 1971 and Motion Cables since 1989, igus provides the right solution from over 100,000 products available from stock. No minimum order required. For more information, contact igus at 1-800-521-2747 or visit http://www.igus.com.