In food and chemical processing facilities, extreme temperatures exist, ranging from low to high. High temperatures are necessary for melting compounds or catalyzing reactions, and low temperatures are used to freeze, limit reactions, or keep elements in a solid state. As with many production facilities, once the lines are running, you want to avoid having them shut down or stop. When processing large batches or complicated mixtures, it can be very costly and frustrating to have to stop and start again or to have to stop and scrap any in-process material.
Depending on the production line, there could be tens or hundreds of sensors, switches, and relays that all need to be working to keep the lines up. EMI or damaged wires could take out one of these components and cause large production problems. These issues can be addressed or prevented by adding Zippertubing’s EMI shielding and cable protection. With a vast array of raw materials, Zippertubing® is able to create a custom-engineered solution that fits your specific needs, to ensure reliable and continuous production.
For precise processing of food and chemicals, all of the components inside a facility must be controlled. Zippertubing® offers a variety of materials that are suitable for use in these demanding factories. From flexible polyurethane coated fabrics to silicone or neoprene rubber materials, there are usually several different styles and grades of material to choose from.
Why use Zippertubing's Cable Management products in the Food & Chemical Industry?
Repair wires or cables with a diameter of 0.05" to 0.25"
Heavy-duty, sealed, pull-through, white, halogen-free, flame-retardant thermoplastic polyurethane cable management with a nylon leader.
A thin, highly flexible, lightweight, high-temperature, thermal-barrier pull-through sleeve to protect wires or cables that are exposed to extreme temperatures.