e-chain® & readychain® systems
Blogs regarding igus® energy chains, also known as, drag chains and cable carriers. Find out more information below
Hygienic designs for machines are becoming increasingly important within companies nowadays, and ensuring they are resistant to aggressive washdowns is essential. Contamination is detrimental in certain industries, it can cost companies thousands in downtime and service costs. With this in mind,...
10 June 2022 Erin Kemal e-chain
ISO cleanroom standard is vital for applications in certain industries. Contamination is just not an option.
Every year, hundreds of new igus products are released to the standard product range available and 2022 is no exception! With over 175 new products across all the product ranges, this blog is to give an overview of a few highlighted products!
Robot configuration is vitally important to ensure that the correct parts are being implemented onto the industrial robot. igus® have designed a robot configuration tool which helps you identify the best parts for your robot.
Vertical farming is something that we are hearing more and more of and when you look at the situation with climate change, it is becoming more essential. There are many ways of ensuring that vertical farming is successful in a positive way! Read more to find out how igus® products are helping in ...
17 December 2021 Erin Kemal e-chain
Ensuring that your equipment is going to perform the best for you is paramount! And in some applications and industries is is even more important that components are performing at their optimum. So, with that in mind, how can we boost the overall equipment effectiveness? Is it easy? Let's find out.
19 November 2021 Erin Kemal e-chain
Ensuring that power can get to lorries is essential. How many of us now get our weekly shop delivered? Keeping the food cold allows us to have this luxury but have you ever considered how the power gets to these lorries safely?
15 October 2021 Erin Kemal e-chain
Industries lose billions of pounds every year but could some of this be prevented? One thing people are starting to do is to move from steel to plastic. But are plastics a viable alternative to steel?