Drag chains

25 companies | 412 products
Plastic drag chain / open / modular

E1 modular, one-piece band...

Plastic drag chain / snap open

1. Quickly mount cable packets in bundles...

Plastic drag chain / small-size / snap open

The micro chains that are part of this...

Clean-room drag chain / lightweight

Product is intended for high speeds of up...

Plastic drag chain / snap open

Mono 0130 cable carriers from Tsubaki have...

Plastic drag chain / small-size

ET 0115.040 ■ very fast cable...

Plastic drag chain / fully-enclosed / aluminum cover

Aluminium cover systems available...

Plastic drag chain / small-size

The 250L Series, manufactured...

Plastic drag chain / snap open

The 250LE Series, manufactured...

Plastic drag chain / small-size

The 30090 Series, manufactured...

Plastic drag chain / small-size

The 30091 Series, manufactured...

Slip cable chain / polyamide

ST044S Chain material : C P...

Slip cable chain / polyamide

ST072S Chain material : CPS-polyamide...

Slip cable chain / polyamide

ST095S Chain material : CPS-polyamide...

Polyamide drag chain

Inner height (mm):...

Polyamide drag chain

Inner height (mm): 26 Max outer...

Polyamide drag chain

Inner height (mm): 35 Max...

Polyamide drag chain

Inner height (mm): 60 Max...

Plastic drag chain / industrial / for robotics

The KN series is Gortrac’s...

Plastic drag chain / open / small / industrial

The SP series is a small standard...

Plastic drag chain / open / medium-size / industrial

The KS series is a medium size standard...

Plastic drag chain / open / medium-size / industrial

The P series is a medium size,...

Plastic drag chain / with aluminum stays

The SR326 B Series, manufactured by...

Plastic drag chain / snap open

The SR328SI - SR328SE Series, manufactured...

Plastic drag chain / with aluminum stays

The SR328B Series, manufactured by...

Slip drag chain / plastic

The SR319SE Series, manufactured by...

Plastic drag chain / snap open

Open cable drag chains...

Plastic drag chain / partially-enclosed / snap open

Partially closed cable drag chains...

Fully-enclosed drag chain

Internal height:...

Low-noise drag chain

Product range Easyline...

Metal drag chain / medium-size

The GX series is...

Metal drag chain / large size

The SRC and LRC series...

Small-size drag chain

Advantages, characteristics ◆...

Medium-size drag chain

Advantages, charcteristics...

Fully-enclosed drag chain

Advantages, charcteristics...

Large size drag chain

Advantages Characteristics...

Nylon drag chain

Heavy duty molded nylon side chains on the...

Nylon drag chain

Gleason Series Type "GRP" Molded Nylon PowerTrak®...

Plastic drag chain / fully-enclosed

PowerTube has the same non-metallic...

Plastic drag chain / fully-enclosed

Enclosed conduit cable and...

How to choose this product

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Drag chains are used in industry to guide and protect moving cables and hoses from excessive wear while keeping the assembly compact. Some manufacturers call them cable carriers or energy chains.

Applications

Drag chains are used in automation applications to properly guide cables to moving machinery. They are common in industrial robots where the cables need guiding in several different axes. Forklift trucks use them to protect both hydraulic and electric cables as the forks move up and down.

Technologies

Polypropylene is the most common type of material used for drag chain construction today, while steel is still used for certain applications. Manufacture may differ in order to produce chains suitable for use in particular environments (indoors, outdoors, exposure to chemicals or extreme temperatures) or with certain characteristics (low-noise, waterproof).

How to choose

Be sure to determine the size, length and the number of cables or tubes to be protected when selecting a drag chain.

Advantages

- Cable protection
- Flexibility
- Modular

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