In order to get maximum life from a Trailing Chain cable, the minimum bend radius (as specified in the LinMot Data Book) must be observed.  In addition, Trailing Chain cables can be bent but not twisted (Robotic cables are used if twisting is required).  Trailing Chain cables should be properly installed in cable tracks or guides.  Many factors effect the life of a cable but a life of 3,000,000 to 8,000,000 cycles can be expected.  It is always good practice to keep a spare for a Trailing Chain cable. – Submitted 07/11/2013

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