Cable Carriers

Sept. 24, 2009
Rol-E-Chain cable carriers have built-in wheels to facilitate travel over long distances, such as on a crane.

Rol-E-Chain cable carriers have built-in wheels to facilitate travel over long distances, such as on a crane. The wheels are integrated into the cable-carrier’s side links and reduce friction, making longer travel, heavier loads, and faster speed applications possible.

The unique design of the carriers reduces friction and travels over 2,600 ft at speeds up to 32.8 fps. Drive power is reduced by more than 25%. Rol-E-Chain is resistant to applications involving harsh environmental conditions, such as thick dirt.

igus
Box 14349
East Providence, RI 02914
(800) 521-2747
www.igus.com

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