LAPP offers a wide range of solutions for strain relief. Of course, the simplest one too: cable ties. They fix cables or cable bundles to bases and offer basic protection against being pulled out for cables that are not moved - for example in a control cabinet. Where cables have to move, more complex solutions are necessary. One is SKINTOP® GRIP , a brass cable gland that is available in versions up to M 32x1.5. It is equipped with a double bracket, which provides ten times greater strain relief than the standard. The cable entry is primarily intended for machine and system parts that are moved, such as foot switches or control pears.
A real innovation is SKINTOP® MULTI , a practical multiple cable entry for control cabinets and in automation technology. In the space-saving multi-feedthrough, you can simply pierce up to 30 unassembled round cables with different diameters as well as AS-I cables through an elastic gel membrane. The gel hugs the cable jacket over a wide clamping area and hermetically seals the opening. At the same time, the gel provides optimal strain relief for the entire cable bundle.
In addition, LAPP offers a large portfolio of solutions for strain relief for its cable range, such as the SILVYN® conduit fitting for protective conduits. There are also several types in HYGIENIC variants for the food industry.
Strain relief is also an important issue in energy chains. The ÖLFLEX® CONNECT CHAIN program includes fully equipped energy chains in which the pre-assembled cables are optimally strain-relieved ex works. The configuration is made easier by the ÖLFLEX® CONNECT CHAIN configurator , in which the engineering of an energy chain only takes a few clicks of the mouse.