Your cables for crane/lifting technology.
Our cables have a heavy burden to bear.
We provide solutions for all kinds of cranes, including overhead cranes, port cranes, and mobile cranes, and manufacture cable systems that are highly durable and cost-effective. This makes it easier for you, and sometimes more challenging for our cables. We also develop cables with load-bearing elements.
One of everything please.
We know the tough operating conditions in daily construction or loading operations. They mean strong mechanical and chemical stresses for cables in crane construction and lifting technology. Cables for this area, for example, have to be reelable and therefore flexible — and extremely stable at the same time.
Explore with us designs and material compositions that are precisely tailored to the mechanical long-term stresses in lifting and loading operations.
This is not an environment for delicate plants.
Of course, cable technology for cranes and lifting systems must be robust. It is in permanent contact with lubricants and may also be exposed to other aggressive media.
Cranes and lifting equipment are often stationed outdoors, such as on construction sites or harbor facilities. The cables and wires used in these applications are exposed to constantly changing weather conditions. They must withstand strong and prolonged sunlight as well as heavy rain or harsh marine environments.
We manufacture the following cable types for use in crane/lifting technology:
Flexible flat and round cables (data, control and power lines)
Hybrid cable with BUS elements
Cables with support elements (external or internal)
Robust and durable cables
Torsion-resistant cables for reel systems
Back and forth
In crane and lifting technology, cables are often stored on spring drums. Here one speaks of cables in the reeling application.
Such cables must not only withstand the free forces of gravity, but must withstand the constantly applied force of the spring coil. In use, these cables are continuously coiled and uncoiled in order to follow the length compensation of the constantly changing crane jib.
In order to work out the optimal design parameters for this, various sample productions and subsequent tests on simulation systems were necessary.
You can tell that it was worth it because you don't notice anything.