Cable with splined core

  • 09-Jul-2008 03:47 EDT
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Silver Line cables from Kongsberg Automotive feature a splined core and improved smoothness and efficiency. The cables are suitable for a range of applications including gear shifts, throttle control, brake actuation, transmissions, and push-pull controls on agricultural, construction, and material-handling equipment. The design offers minimal lost motion, even in long and complex cable routings. Ridges of the core permit a close fit with the cable’s inner liner, but minimize friction for a smooth core glide. Lubricated for life, a double lip seal offers improved resistance to contamination. Standard operating temperature range is -40 to +100°C (-40 to +212°F). Available for 30, 40, and 60 series cables, custom options and high-temperature versions are available.

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