High Flex Cable
Lapp Canada Inc. is the ideal source for high flex cable. You can trust our Olflex continuous flex control cables to withstand the ultimate limits of motion and continuous flexing without damage. The reliability of these cables has been proven over 20 year of performance testing. They feature superior stranding, specially formulated PVC insulation and jacket compounds. This optimizes the flex life and provides exceptional resistance to mineral oils, synthetic oils, and water-based coolants. Our company strives to help customers become more successful by providing high quality products, customized solutions, and a high level of service.
High flex cable
One example of the high flex cable we offer is Olflex FD 890. This super flexible multi-conductor cable features heavy duty construction and is designed for continuous flex control cable applications. It meets Oil Res I/II requirements, and will provide long service life in harsh environments. It also passes UL 1277 impact and crush tests. This cable also has a pressure-extruded jacket that ensures precision connectorization.
Also available is the Olflex FD 890 CY cable, which is a shielded version that has an overall tinned copper braid. It is recommended for applications where electrical interference needs to be suppressed. In addition, we can supply the Olflex FD Robust cable which is highly resistant to chemicals and temperature.
Lapp Canada Inc. is part of Lapp Group, the worldwide market leader that has been producing innovative cables and related products since 1959. Over the years, we have continually developed our offering of products and services. Some of the varieties of cable we can offer include flexible tray cable, continuous flex control cable, continuous flex data cable, torsional robotic cable, high temperature flexible cable, field bus and Ethernet cable, UL single core and hook-up wire, and more.
Our products are used around the world in a diverse variety of industries and applications. Some examples include robotics, machine tools, telecommunications, automotive plants, industrial automation, instrumentation, medical electronics, transportation, and general industrial control systems.