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Up to what temperatures can I use your materials?

Lars Butenschön | 9. July 2019

The short-time upper temperature of use for high-temperature materials from igus is 310 °C (z.  example, iglidur X or iglidur Z), the maximum long-time temperature is 250 °C. You can find further information on the respective data sheets or you can make a selection according to the respective upper temperature limits in our plain bearings shop or in the […]

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What is the significance of the three aspects relating to bend radius and temperature?

Marco Thull | 8. July 2019

Three different factors are related to the bend radius for cables. the bend factor in use of a fixed cable the bend factor in use of a flexible cable the use in a linear chain The temperature information of the individual cable families relates to three different scenarios: fixed installation, flexible movement and movement in […]

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What is the maximum temperature that the conductor can cope with according to DIN? (CU, CUZN, CUNI…)

Marco Thull | 8. July 2019

In principle, the temperatures occurring under load within a conductor differ according to what material is used. Pure copper has the best conductivity. However, the insulation used and the surface temperature affecting the insulation are also decisive for the maximum permissible temperature of a conductor. Vote Up +0 Vote Down -0You already voted!

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What is the continuous operating temperature of e-chains?

Phillip Hagedorn | 3. July 2019

Our energy chains are made of the material igumid. For certain applications or requirements, the material is extended with additional functions. These materials then differ in their fields of application. Also, the continuous operating temperatures are different. Vote Up +0 Vote Down -0You already voted!

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