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CFRIP®

Thanks to CFRIP®, you can strip chainflex® cables without tools

For unshielded chainflex® cables, a tear strip is located under the outer jacket; for shielded chainflex® cables under the inner jacket. The jacket can be opened like a zipper to the desired length by simply pulling the special tear strip. Subsequently, the outer/inner jacket can be removed from the cores, without endangering the cores in the process.
 
This not only saves time for the fitters and electricians but also additional tools. The cables are designed in such a way that the string does not damage the jacket or cores even after millions of cycles of movement.


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