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triflex® R

Short or long strain relief teeth for triflex R?

Sandra Bertram | 14. April 2020

Marius Glaue | 17 March 2020  Created on 17 March 2020  By Marius Glaue  < Back  The use of strain relief components for energy supply systems is very often forgotten or simply underestimated and, when they are considered at all, they are often the wrong ones for the task at hand. This is extremely annoying […]

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What options are available in triflex® R and what are the advantages of each?

Armin Gellweiler | 5. January 2012

    TRC versionThe TRC version has an enclosed design – cables and hoses are protected from damage through external factors such as chips or welding spatter. The following sizes are available: TRC.30.050.0TRC.40.058.0TRC.60.087.0TRC.70.110.0TRC.85.135.0TRC.100.145.0TRC.125.182.0 (*)   TRE versionThe TRE version has an “open design” with the igus® easy chain® system. Cables and hoses can be later […]

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Why triflex® R and no protective hoses …

Armin Gellweiler | 2. January 2012

The triflex® R energy supply system was developed for sophisticated robotic applications and compared to the protective hose, offers the following technical advantages.   1. Defined minimum bending radius Each triflex® R chain link has a stable circumferential bending radii stop. This ensures that the minimum bending radius of cables/hoses doesn’t fall short and the […]

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