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Power supply for an EOT Crane
Třinec, Czech Republic
Conductix-Wampfler s.r.o. [CZ]
Power supply for the vacuum lifter [special construction]
Spring Cable Reel, BEF 183616-4512-1FD(T)/L
PUR(NSHTOU)/SW 12x1,5 mm2
Travel speed [Load]
Inside, factory building
Conductix-Wampfler spring cable reels are used for the automatic reeling of cables on various types of moving equipment. These include hoisting and other material handling devices; e.g. portal cranes, grabs, magnets, lift and working platforms, machinery, mobile cranes, transfer cars or cleaning systems.
These machines are mainly track-based and operate in a straight line either horizontally or vertically. For the use on spring driven cable reels Conductix-Wampfler offers a comprehensive range of special reeling cables to transfer low voltage electric power and control signals to the moving machinery.
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