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Wisman Techniek is known for their advanced cable crawler solutions, which are crucial for guiding and protecting cables and pipes in various industrial applications.


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Frequently asked questions

How do you calculate the radius of curvature of a Cable Carrier?

The radius of curvature of the Cable Carrier is always equal to or greater than the minimum radius of curvature of the cables or hoses to be fed through.

To measure the radius of curvature of an existing track, measure the height of the track at the highest point in the curve of the outer edges of the links - the length of 1 link : 2.


How do you calculate the inside width of a Cable Carrier?

To calculate the inside width of a Cable Carrier, take into account the diameter or overall width of the cables and pipes that need to run through it. Here is a simple formula you can use:

Inner width = Diameter (or total width of cables/pipes) + Slack per cable

"Diameter" refers to the largest diameter of the cable or the total width of the cables and conduits that need to pass through the cable bead. If you have multiple cables and conduits, add the width of each element to obtain the total width.

"Slack" is an extra margin added to the diameter or width to ensure that the cables can move smoothly through the cable bead. This slack can vary depending on the cable supplier manufacturer's specifications and recommendations.

The slack in normal cables = 10%

The slack in hydraulic hoses = 20%

Which Cable Carrier type for my environment?

When choosing a type of cable crawler for your particular environment, there are some important factors to consider. Here are some steps you can follow:

  1. Analyze the environment: Consider environmental factors such as temperature, humidity, exposure to chemicals, vibration and dustiness. It is essential to choose a cable crawler suitable for these conditions.

  2. Evaluate movement requirements: Determine the movement requirements of your cables and pipes. Do they need to move in a straight line or do they require bends, twists or lateral movements? This affects the choice of the type of cable track, such as a standard cable track, a modular cable track or a specially designed cable track.

  3. Calculate the load: Estimate the total load on your cables and pipes. This includes the weight of the cables themselves, plus any additional loads such as hydraulic hoses. Make sure the chosen cable crawler has sufficient load capacity to handle these loads.

  4. Durability and longevity: Consider the expected lifespan of your application and choose a cable crawler that can withstand abrasion, bending and other forms of mechanical stress. Also consider maintenance needs and availability of spare parts.

  5. Safety and Standards: Verify that the cable bead meets applicable safety standards and regulations in your industry. This is especially important if your application deals with hazardous environments, such as the presence of high temperatures or fire hazards.

  6. Consult an expert: If you are in doubt about the right choice, it is always advisable to seek advice from a specialized supplier or manufacturer of cable tracks such as Wisman Techniek. We can help you identify the most suitable cable caterpillar for your specific environment and application.

Can you also assemble the Cable Carrier on site?

Wisman Techniek is known for its excellent service and expertise in the field of Cable Carriers. They always go the extra mile to meet the needs of their customers. For example, they not only offer high-quality cable tracks, but also the ability to assemble them on site.