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Pre-Populated, Application-Specific E-Chains

Pre-assembled e-chains and cables from igus are designed to match the unique needs of each project, seamlessly fitting into the system and eliminating compatibility concerns.

igus is expanding its range of cable management solutions with pre- populated, application-specific e-chain systems.

The pre-assembled e-chains and cables are designed to match the unique needs of each project, seamlessly fitting into the system and eliminating compatibility concerns. The units streamline procurement and cut down assembly time, allowing engineers to focus on critical aspects of their designs.

"The igus pre-assembled e-chains and cable harnesses provide a simple solution for engineers," said a company spokesperson. "By offering direct delivery to end-users, these units save significant time and money, providing quick and easy access to quality components. Expert installation ensures seamless integration, while pullcords available for various applications further enhance their functionality."

"By using these pre-assembled units, engineers can reduce time, effort, and errors associated with sourcing and assembling individual components," said Joseph Ciringione, Vice President of Sales for Energy Chain Systems at igus, Inc. "This not only increases efficiency but also provides substantial cost savings."

The spokesperson said: "The cost benefits of these pre-assembled units are significant. Engineers save on labor costs by eliminating manual assembly, and standardized components within the units assure optimal compatibility, reducing errors and costly rework. The availability of in-stock options and fast shipping ensures that engineers can quickly acquire the needed units, keeping projects on schedule and minimizing downtime."

These units are assembled by experts who adhere to or exceed industry standards. They offer proper cable management, strain relief and protection against mechanical stress, reducing the risk of component failure and system downtime.

For more information contact:

igus, Inc.

P.O. Box 14349

East Providence, RI 02914


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