We engineer and manufacture a wide variety of actuators, mounting hardware, motion transmission items, and other components for cable assemblies. We can offer custom services to create an assembly that perfectly suits your application. We regularly work with industries ranging from medical to aerospace. Bergen Cable Technology, Inc has almost 75 years’ experience providing wire rope and cable products of the highest quality. Our core principles are innovation, product quality, and taking care of our customers. Our engineers will work with you to ensure our products meet your requirements at the best possible cost.
Our push-pull and pull-pull control cable assemblies consist of five basic parts: the core and core fittings, conduit and conduit fittings, and an actuating knob. This type of assembly is used for many applications including surgical devices, fitness equipment, steering and throttle for watercraft, and ejection seats for aircraft. We can provide both manual and semi-automated assemblies.
Our Bertrol® brand of push-pull control assemblies offer smooth and precise transmission of mechanical motion with low friction and high resistance to wear. They are used for medium to heavy-duty applications. We stock several types of actuating knobs molded from durable plastics.
Mechanical actuators expertise
Our company was founded in 1942, with the vision to manufacture products that meet the stringent requirements of the military. Since then, our client base has greatly expanded and so has our selection of products. We provide many types of wire rope and cable such as our Microlin™ cable for systems that require small sizes and light weight, and our Posilign™ cable that provides precise adjustment stability.
Mechanical actuators industries
We provide products that are used in a wide range of industries including aerospace, business equipment, furniture, marine, medical, military, and transportation. So we have the experience needed to meet any of your requirements. Our customers include organizations such as NASA, Boeing, General Electric, Rolls Royce, General Motors, and the U.S. Government.