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MP 82.2, MP 82.3 Alu, MP 82.3 plastic

MP 82.2, MP 82.3 Alu, MP 82.3 plastic
Internal height: 82 mm
Internal widths: 93 - 518 mm
Outside widths: 138 - 563 mm
Radii: 150 - 650 mm
Pitch: 118 mm
Links Per Meter: 9
Interior/exterior widths
Radii
Interior width (A) Interior height (B) Exterior width (D) Exterior height (C)
93 mm 82 mm 138 mm 112 mm
106 mm 82 mm 151 mm 112 mm
118 mm 82 mm 163 mm 112 mm
131 mm 82 mm 176 mm 112 mm
143 mm 82 mm 188 mm 112 mm
156 mm 82 mm 201 mm 112 mm
168 mm 82 mm 213 mm 112 mm
181 mm 82 mm 226 mm 112 mm
193 mm 82 mm 238 mm 112 mm
206 mm 82 mm 251 mm 112 mm
218 mm 82 mm 263 mm 112 mm
231 mm 82 mm 276 mm 112 mm
243 mm 82 mm 288 mm 112 mm
256 mm 82 mm 301 mm 112 mm
268 mm 82 mm 313 mm 112 mm
293 mm 82 mm 338 mm 112 mm
318 mm 82 mm 363 mm 112 mm
343 mm 82 mm 388 mm 112 mm
368 mm 82 mm 413 mm 112 mm
418 mm 82 mm 463 mm 112 mm
468 mm 82 mm 513 mm 112 mm
518 mm 82 mm 563 mm 112 mm
Radius (R)
150 mm
200 mm
250 mm
300 mm
350 mm
400 mm
500 mm
650 mm
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Chain bracket, can be fastened on three sides
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Frame bridge strain relief can be integrated into chain bracket
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Frame bridge/cover can be removed from inside and outside flexure curve
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Side links with CLICK lock for easy opening
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Radii with (RV) or without bias (RK)
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Back radius combinations
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EMC cable drag chains for use in areas at risk of explosion
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Aluminium frame bridges with integrated lock grid in variable lengths
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Foldable shelf system for reliable cable guidance

Material characteristics standard (PA/black)

Service temperature: -30 - 120 ° C
Gliding friction factor: 0.30
Static friction factor: 0.45
Fire classification: In accordance to UL94 HB

Other information on request

Technical Specifications

Travel distance, gliding Lg: 150 m
Travel distance, self-supporting Lf: See Diagram
Travel distance, vertical, hanging Lvh: 80 m
Travel distance, vertical, upright Lvs: 6 m
Rotated 90°, unsupported L90f: 3 m
Speed, gliding Vg: 5 m /s
Speed, unsupported Vf: 20 m /s
Acceleration, gliding ag: 25 m /s²
Acceleration, unsupported af: 40 m /s²

Self-supporting length

82.2 load diagram

FLg:
Ideal installation situation for high stresses at the limit of the max. travel parameters. In this range the chain upper run is still biased, straight or has a max. sag of 10 – 50 mm depending on the type of chain.

FLb:
Satisfactory installation position for many applications working in the lower to middle range of the max. travel parameters. Depending on the chain type, the sag of the chain upper run is > 10 – 50 mm but less than the max. sag. If the sag is greater than FLb, the application is critical and should be avoided. Please choose a more stable Murrplastik cable drag chain.

Determining the Chain Length

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L = Travel distance
R = Radius
T = Pitch
E =

Length = L/2 + π × R + 2 × T + E

1 m chain = 9 x 118 mm links The fixed point of the cable drag chain should be connected in the middle of the travel distance. This arrangement gives the shortest connection between the fixed point and the moving consumer and thus the most efficient chain length.

Chain weight

Weight
118 kg/m
143 kg/m
168 kg/m
193 kg/m
218 kg/m
243 kg/m
268 kg/m
293 kg/m
318 kg/m
343 kg/m
368 kg/m
418 kg/m
468 kg/m
518 kg/m
0 kg/m
600 kg/m
Chain bracket flexible

Chain bracket flexible

This chain bracket offers universal connection options (top, bottom and front) and is attached to the ends of the chain like a side link. This allows the chain to move right up to the bracket. Each chain requires one male and one female bracket. M10 screws are used to secure the brackets in place. Extrusion-coated metal bushes with either a through-hole (-FB) or a threaded hole (-FG) ensure the permanent, high-strength transmission of even extreme forces onto the cable drag chain.
Order Number Type Version Pack qty.
0820000056 KA 82-FB Female end with bush 1
0820000057 KA 82-FB Male end with bush 1
0820000058 KA 82-FG Female end with thread 1
0820000059 KA 82-FG Male end with thread 1
Type Inside width A Outside width D E F F1 G G1 H Ø H
KA 82-FB 118 mm  –  518 mm A + 45 mm A + 23 mm 35 mm 66 mm 117 mm 182 mm 11 mm -
KA 82-FG 118 mm  –  518 mm A + 45 mm A + 23 mm 35 mm 66 mm 117 mm 182 mm - M10
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Separator

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We recommend that separators be used if multiple round cables or conduits with differing diameters are to be installed. An offset configuration of the separators is advisable.

TR 82   TR 82

RTT 82 RTT 82

Type Order Version TI TA H H1 H2 H3 H4 H5 H6 H7 HI
TR 82 -S 082000009300 lockable 4 mm 14.8 mm 5.5 mm 23.1 mm 39.7 mm 56.3 mm 82 mm
TR 82 082000009200 lockable 3.5 mm 15 mm 5.5 mm 14.9 mm 23.2 mm 31.5 mm 39.8 mm 48.1 mm 56.4 mm 64.7 mm 82 mm
RTT 82 100090822000 lockable 8 mm 8 mm 5.5 mm 14.9 mm 23.2 mm 31.5 mm 39.8 mm 48.1 mm 56.4 mm 64.7 mm 82 mm

Crossbar connector

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For frame bridges wider than 246 mm, we recommend the use of crossbar connectors. Their use prevents the frame bridge from separating due to the extra load in the chain.

RSV 82.2

Type Order No. Designation TI
RSV 82 082000009600 Crossbar connector 8 mm
RSV 82 Alu 082000009800 Crossbar connector for aluminium frame bridges 8 mm

Shelving system

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In connection with at least two shelf supports (RTT) the shelf becomes a shelving system. The additional levels prevent cables from criss-crossing and therefore destroying each other, whilst also avoiding excessive friction. The shelving system may be pre-assembled on request.

Type Order No. Width For inner width
RB 056 - 7 100000005600 56 mm 93 mm
RB 061 - 7 shelf 061 - 7 mm 1000006107 61 mm 93 mm
RB 066 - 7 100000006600 66 mm 93 mm
RB 071 - 7 shelf 071 - 7 mm 1000007107 71 mm 93 mm
RB 076 - 7 shelf 076 - 7 mm Shelf 76 mm 93 mm
RB 081 - 7 100000008100 81 mm 93 mm
RB 086 - 7 shelf 086 - 7 mm 1000008607 86 mm 93 mm
RB 091 - 7 shelf 091 - 7 mm 1000009107 91 mm 106 mm
RB 096 - 7 shelf 096 - 7 mm 1000009607 96 mm 106 mm
RB 101 - 7 shelf 101 - 7 mm 1000010107 101 mm 106 mm
RB 106 - 7 100000010600 106 mm 106 mm
RB 111 - 7 shelf 111 - 7 mm 1000011107 111 mm 118 mm
RB 116 - 7 100000011600 116 mm 118 mm
RB 121 - 7 shelf 121 - 7 mm 1000012107 121 mm 131 mm
RB 126 - 7 shelf 126 - 7 mm 1000012607 126 mm 131 mm
RB 131 - 7 shelf 131 - 7 mm 1000013107 131 mm 143 mm
RB 136 - 7 shelf 136 - 7 mm 1000013607 136 mm 143 mm
RB 141 - 7 shelf 141 - 7 mm 1000014107 141 mm 143 mm
RB 146 - 7 shelf 146 - 7 mm 1000014607 146 mm 156 mm
RB 151 - 7 shelf 151 - 7 mm 1000015107 151 mm 156 mm
RB 156 - 7 shelf 156 - 7 mm 1000015607 156 mm 156 mm
RB 161 - 7 shelf 161 - 7 mm 1000016107 161 mm 168 mm
RB 166 - 7 100000016600 166 mm 168 mm
RB 171 - 7 shelf 171 - 7 mm 1000017107 171 mm 181 mm
RB 176 - 7 shelf 176 - 7 mm 1000017607 176 mm 181 mm
RB 181 - 7 shelf 181 - 7 mm 1000018107 181 mm 193 mm
RB 186 - 7 shelf 186 - 7 mm 1000018607 186 mm 193 mm
RB 191 - 7 shelf 191 - 7 mm 1000019107 191 mm 193 mm
RB 196 - 7 shelf 196 - 7 mm 1000019607 196 mm 206 mm
RB 201 - 7 shelf 201 - 7 mm 1000020107 201 mm 206 mm
RB 206 - 7 shelf 206 - 7 mm 1000020607 206 mm 206 mm
RB 211 - 7 shelf 211 - 7 mm 1000021107 211 mm 218 mm
RB 216 - 7 100000021600 216 mm 218 mm

GS 82.2 Glide shoe

In the case of energy chains, sliding blocks are used in a horizontally sliding installation mode (the tight side of the chain slides on the slack side). The glide shoes are set onto the side links on the interior bend instead of the usual frame bridge interlocks; (no tools needed). This forces the chain to slide on the glide shoes instead on the side links of the chain. Depending on the application, the service life of the energy chain may be extended five-fold, by using glide shoes.

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Type Order No. Installation site Min radius Glide shoe height
GS 82.2.1 right 082290400302 right side link 200 mm 6 mm
GS 82.2.2 left 082290400300 left side link 200 mm 6 mm

Glide plate

If the installation height is restricted for a horizontal self-supported mounting position, it is recommended to the cable drag chain by 90 degrees. Among other factors which have to be considered, the lateral abrasion of side links is also very important. We recommend the use of special developed gliding plates to reduce the wear and to extend the service life of the cable drag chain. We also recommend a stainless steel surface for supporting a smooth movement.

Advantages:

  • Significantly longer life time of the cable drag chain (up to two times depending on the application)
  • Possibility to open the chain in the side-mounted installation
  • Sliding surface without interfering edges

82.2 slide plate

Order No. Slide plate height
082290400301 7 mm

82.3 Plastic cover

The covers connect the two side runs of the energy chain. The cover length is the same as the inside width of the energy chain.

82.2 cover

Type Order No. Installation site
A- 823243 , outside 082324310000 Outside bend
I- 823243 , inside 082324320000 Inside bend

Frame bridge strain relief plate RS-ZL

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Fixed integrated frame bridge strain relief plates in the chain brackets. Accommodated to all widths of the frame bridges, up to 243 mm in size. May be assembled on the inside and outside bend at both chain endings.

Type Order No. For inner width
RS-ZL 093 - 7 072009300010 93 mm
RS-ZL 106 - 7 072010600010 106 mm
RS-ZL 118 - 7 072011800010 118 mm
RS-ZL 131 - 7 072013100010 131 mm
RS-ZL 143 - 7 072014300010 143 mm
RS-ZL 156 - 7 072015600010 156 mm
RS-ZL 168 - 7 072016800010 168 mm
RS-ZL 181 - 7 072018100010 181 mm
RS-ZL 193 - 7 072019300010 193 mm
RS-ZL 206 - 7 072020600010 206 mm
RS-ZL 218 - 7 072021800010 218 mm
RS-ZL 231 - 7 072023100010 231 mm
RS-ZL 243 - 7 072024300010 243 mm
RS-ZL 256 - 7 072025600010 256 mm

Strain relief with bow clamps

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C-rails (cathodic dipped) for permanent integration, for accommodating the Steel Fix bow clamps in the chain brackets. The bow clamps can take up to 3 cables and are suitable for C-rails with a groove width of 11 mm. Due to the design of the trough elements, a cable preserving cable guidance is ensured. May be assembled on the inside and outside bends at both chain endings. The overall height stated is a guide only. The actual height is, amongst other things, dependent on the diameter and the quality of the cable. A safety distance of 10 mm at the fixed point above the strain relief must be kept during gliding applications.

Assembly instruction flexible chain bracket

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Brass bushes guarantee long-lasting fastening without cold flow in the plastic.

Bracket assembly

Version KA-FB: Integrated through-hole fastened down using screw and nut.

Version KA-FG: Built-in threads allow for quick and easy on-site mounting, since a screw, including a retaining washer where necessary, is sufficient.

Extender frame bridge

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Large-diameter conduits are routed securely by using a bracket bar (BS). This bar is installed on the frame bridges or the covers of the cable drag chain. The bracket bar can be installed on both the inside and outside bend. The bracket bar support (BSH) is used to attach the bars to PowerLine series frame bridges. Two bracket bar supports are required for each bar. On closed covers and the frame bridges of the HeavyLine series, the bracket bars are secured with screws.

Type Order No. Designation Max conduit dia. Installation height Min inner chain width
BS 120 - 5 052412000000 Extender frame bridge 115 mm 140 mm 164 mm
BS 153 - 5 052415300000 Extender frame bridge 148 mm 170 mm 208 mm
BS 187 - 5 052418700000 Extender frame bridge 182 mm 205 mm 233 mm
BSH- 5 052400000000 Extender frame bridge holder

Rear-facing radius

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Side links with radius forward (R) and radius backward (Rü) allow for movement in two directions. This is intended for rotating movements and lowered chain brackets. Note: This type of chain has different chain links for the left or right side!

Type Order No. Radius Reverse radius
SR 82.2 (RÜ 300 /R 300 ) left 082200030060 300 mm 300 mm
SR 82.2 (RÜ 300 /R 300 ) right 082200030062 300 mm 300 mm

Guide channel systems for cable drag chains serve as trays for short travel distances and at the same time as guides for long travel distances. If no guide channel is used it is possible that the chain links may lay and move incorrectly. Especially for large bend radii as the side guidance does not exist. In most applications the cables/conduits enter the chain at a position central to the travel. This gives the shortest length of chain. In this case the chain is about half as long as the travel distance. If the chain is moved to the left (see illustration below) it simply rolls in the channel. If it is moved to the right, then it stacks on top of itself once the unsupported length has been exceeded. If the movement is further made into direction B the glide rail adjusts the difference in height and guarantees the minimum possible friction. This ensures the optimum free and correct running of the cable drag chain.

Assembly

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Step 1

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Step 2

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Step 3

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Step 4

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Step 5

Disassembly

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Step 1

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Step 2

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Step 3

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Step 4

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