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Standard Channel

Sheet steel guide channels

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Properties

  • Simple version with customized fixing options.
  • Zinc plated sheet steel or stainless steel.
  • Standard lengths.
Stay arrangement on every 2<sup>nd</sup> chain link

Zinc plated sheet steel / stainless steel

Stay arrangement on every chain link

Standard lengths 2000 / 3000 mm
Special lengths on request

Features
  • Universal installation – the channel side walls do not require aligning as there are no single side walls
  • Large support widths through sturdy U-design
  • Optionally available as a corrosion resistant, sea water resistant version
  • Easy fixing options:
    • standard angle brackets for screwing
    • welded on directly on site
    • different fixing variants
Individual solutions

We can also manufacture customized sheet steel guide channels for your application, taking into account virtually any request regarding customized shapes and fixing options.

Versions

One-sided arrangement

For one-sided arrangement of the cable carrier, the cable carrier slides behind the fixed point on a continuous slide support with run-on bevels.

Standard channel one sided closed
Closed design

One part channel closed at the bottom and one part slide support with run-on bevels.

Standard channel one sided open
Open design

One part channel closed at the bottom and divided slide support with run-on bevels.

Dirt and liquids can drop through without restrictions.

Closed design

One part channel closed at the bottom and one part slide support with run-on bevels.

Standard channel one sided closed
Open design

One part channel closed at the bottom and divided slide support with run-on bevels.

Dirt and liquids can drop through without restrictions.

Standard channel one sided open
Opposite arrangement

For opposite arrangement, a slide support is also attached for bridging between the fixed point connections.

Standard channel opposite arrangement closed
Closed design

One part channel closed at the bottom and one part slide support with run-on bevels.

Standard channel opposite arrangement open
Open design

One part channel closed at the bottom and divided slide support with run-on bevels.

Dirt and liquids can drop through without restrictions.

Closed design

One part channel closed at the bottom and one part slide support with run-on bevels.

Standard channel opposite arrangement closed
Open design

One part channel closed at the bottom and divided slide support with run-on bevels.

Dirt and liquids can drop through without restrictions.

Standard channel opposite arrangement open
Important information

A special slide support can be adhered to reduce sliding resistance and abrasion between cable carrier and support. We recommend the use of special slide supports for velocities > 0.5 m/s and for frequent move cycles.

Dimensions

Standard channel dimensions front
Standard channel dimensions above

UNIFLEX Advanced series

The cable carrier width Bk is taken into account for calculating the inner width of guide channel b1 and the overall width BKA.

Typeh1
[mm]
hKA
[mm]
b1
[mm]
BKA
[mm]
s
[mm]
A
[mm]
B
[mm]
C
[mm]
D
[mm]
T
[mm]
Y
[mm]
UA1455
36 70 (KR < 100)
125 (KR ≥ 100)
Bk + 4 BK + 24 2 b1 – 34 (FA) 40 6.2 30 b1 – 65
36 70 (KR < 100)
125 (KR ≥ 100)
Bk + 4 BK + 24 2 b1 – 13.5 (FU) 40 6.2 30 b1 – 65
Glide shoes 38.5 70 (KR < 100)
125 (KR ≥ 100)
Bk + 7 BK + 27 2 b1 – 37 (FA) 40 6.2 30 b1 – 65
Glide shoes 38.5 70 (KR < 100)
125 (KR ≥ 100)
Bk + 7 BK + 27 2 b1 – 16.5 (FU) 50 5.3 30 b1 – 40
UA1555
50 117 (KR < 200)
200 (KR ≥ 200)
Bk + 5 BK + 25 2 b1 – 43 (FA) 50 6.5 30 b1 – 85
50 117 (KR < 200)
200 (KR ≥ 200)
Bk + 5 BK + 25 2 b1 – 16 (FU) 22.5 50 5.3 30 b1 – 40
Glide shoes 53 117 (KR < 200)
200 (KR ≥ 200)
Bk + 9 BK + 29 2 b1 – 47 (FA) 50 6.5 30 b1 – 85
Glide shoes 53 117 (KR < 200)
200 (KR ≥ 200)
Bk + 9 BK + 29 2 b1 – 21 (FU) 22.5 50 5.3 30 b1 – 40
UA1665
60 117 (KR < 200)
200 (KR ≥ 200)
Bk + 5 BK + 25 2 b1 – 47 (FA) 60 8.5 30 b1 – 85
60 117 (KR < 200)
200 (KR ≥ 200)
Bk + 5 BK + 25 2 b1 – 14 (FU) 22.5 60 5.3 30 b1 – 40
Glide shoes 63 117 (KR < 200)
200 (KR ≥ 200)
Bk + 10 BK + 30 2 b1 – 52 (FA) 60 8.5 30 b1 – 85
Glide shoes 63 117 (KR < 200)
200 (KR ≥ 200)
Bk + 10 BK + 30 2 b1 – 19 (FU) 22.5 60 5.3 30 b1 – 40

The designations for dimension A refer to the version of the cable carrier connection.

*   Dimension T for leg length support brackets (guiding channel open type for Bk ≥ 90 mm).
**   Dimension Y for guiding channel open for Bk ≥ 90 mm).

EasyTrax® series

The cable carrier width Bk is taken into account for calculating the inner width of guide channel b1 and the overall width BKA.
For types ET0180 and ET0320 we recommend aluminum guide channels.

Typeh1
[mm]
hKA
[mm]
b1
[mm]
BKA
[mm]
s
[mm]
A
[mm]
B
[mm]
C
[mm]
D
[mm]
T
[mm]
Y
[mm]
ET1455.030
36 70 (KR < 100)
125 (KR ≥ 100)
Bk + 4 BK + 24 2 b1 – 34 (FA) 40 6.2 30 b1 – 65
36 70 (KR < 100)
125 (KR ≥ 100)
Bk + 4 BK + 24 2 b1 – 13.5 (FU) 40 6.2 30 b1 – 65
Glide shoes 38.5 70 (KR < 100)
125 (KR ≥ 100)
Bk + 7 BK + 27 2 b1 – 37 (FA) 40 6.2 30 b1 – 65
Glide shoes 38.5 70 (KR < 100)
125 (KR ≥ 100)
Bk + 7 BK + 27 2 b1 – 16.5 (FU) 50 5.3 30 b1 – 40

The designations for dimension A refer to the version of the cable carrier connection.

K series

The cable carrier width Bk is taken into account for calculating the inner width of guide channel b1 and the overall width BKA. When using aluminum hole stays, slide discs have to be placed on the side tabs between cable carrier and channel wall for spacing.

Typeh1
[mm]
hKA
[mm]
b1
[mm]
BKA
[mm]
s
[mm]
A
[mm]
B
[mm]
C
[mm]
D
[mm]
T
[mm]
Y
[mm]
K0650
57.5 117 (KR < 200)
200 (KR ≥ 200)
Bk + 5 BK + 25 2 b1 – 19 (FU) 40 30 6.5 30 b1 – 65
Slide discs 57.5 117 (KR < 200)
200 (KR ≥ 200)
Bk + 13 BK + 33 2 b1 – 27 (FU) 40 30 6.5 30 b1 – 65
K0900
78.5 150 (KR < 200)
300 (KR ≥ 200)
Bk + 5 BK + 25 2 b1 – 20.5 (FU) 50 30 6.5 30 b1 – 65
Slide discs 78.5 150 (KR < 200)
300 (KR ≥ 200)
Bk + 19 BK + 39 2 b1 – 34.5 (FU) 45 30 6.5 30 b1 – 75
Slide discs 78.5 150 (KR < 200)
300 (KR ≥ 200)
Bk + 19 BK + 39 2 b1 – 34.5 (FU) 50 30 6.5 30 b1 – 75

The designations for dimension A refer to the version of the cable carrier connection.

MASTER series

The cable carrier width Bk is taken into account for calculating the inner width of guide channel b1 and the overall width BKA.

Typeh1
[mm]
hKA
[mm]
b1
[mm]
BKA
[mm]
s
[mm]
A
[mm]
B
[mm]
C
[mm]
D
[mm]
T
[mm]
Y
[mm]
H33
Glide shoes 54.2 125 (KR < 200)
200 (KR ≥ 200)
Bk + 5 BK + 25 2 b1 – 13 22.5 30 5.5 30 b1 – 55
H46
Glide shoes 67.2 125 (KR < 200)
200 (KR ≥ 200)
Bk + 5 BK + 25 2 b1 – 15 22.5 30 5.5 30 b1 – 55

The designations for dimension A refer to the version of the cable carrier connection.

M series

The cable carrier width Bk is taken into account for calculating the inner width of guide channel b1 and the overall width BKA.
For type M0320 we recommend aluminum guide channels.

Typeh1
[mm]
hKA
[mm]
b1
[mm]
BKA
[mm]
s
[mm]
A
[mm]
B
[mm]
C
[mm]
D
[mm]
T
[mm]
Y
[mm]
M0475
Glide shoes 41.5 70 (KR < 100)
125 (KR ≥ 100)
Bk + 4 BK + 24 2 b1 – 39 (FI) 24 30 6.5 30 b1 – 55
M0650
Glide shoes 60.2 117 (KR < 200)
200 (KR ≥ 200)
Bk + 5 BK + 25 2 b1 – 55 (FAI) 30 30 6.5 30 b1 – 65
Glide shoes 60.2 117 (KR < 200)
200 (KR ≥ 200)
Bk + 5 BK + 25 2 b1 – 24 (FU) 22.5 30 6.5 30 b1 – 65
M0950
Glide shoes 83.5 150 (KR < 200)
300 (KR ≥ 200)
Bk + 5 BK + 25 2 b1 – 70 (FAI) 40 30 8.5 30 b1 – 100
Glide shoes 83.5 150 (KR < 200)
300 (KR ≥ 200)
Bk + 5 BK + 25 2 b1 – 19.5 (FU) 35 30 8.5 30 b1 – 60
Offroad Glide shoes 86 150 (KR < 200)
300 (KR ≥ 200)
Bk + 5 BK + 25 2 b1 – 70 (FAI) 40 30 8.5 30 b1 – 100
Offroad Glide shoes 86 150 (KR < 200)
300 (KR ≥ 200)
Bk + 5 BK + 25 2 b1 – 19.5 (FU) 35 30 8.5 30 b1 – 60
M1250
Glide shoes 99.5 200 (KR < 300)
400 (KR ≥ 300)
Bk + 6 BK + 26 3 b1 – 83 (FAI) 50 30 10.5 30 b1 – 125
Glide shoes 99.5 200 (KR < 300)
400 (KR ≥ 300)
Bk + 6 BK + 26 3 b1 – 23 (FU) 35 30 11 30 b1 – 65
Offroad Glide shoes 103 200 (KR < 300)
400 (KR ≥ 300)
Bk + 6 BK + 26 3 b1 – 83 (FAI) 50 30 10.5 30 b1 – 125
Offroad Glide shoes 103 200 (KR < 300)
400 (KR ≥ 300)
Bk + 6 BK + 26 3 b1 – 23 (FU) 35 30 11 30 b1 – 65
M1300
120 250 (KR < 320)
400 (KR ≥ 320)
Bk + 6 BK + 26 3 b1 – 27 (FU) 35 30 11 40 b1 – 75
Glide shoes 127 250 (KR < 320)
400 (KR ≥ 320)
Bk + 6 BK + 26 3 b1 – 27 (FU) 35 30 11 40 b1 – 75

The designations for dimension A refer to the version of the cable carrier connection.

XL | XLT series

The cable carrier width Bk is taken into account for calculating the inner width of guide channel b1 and the overall width BKA.

Typeh1
[mm]
hKA
[mm]
b1
[mm]
BKA
[mm]
s
[mm]
A
[mm]
B
[mm]
C
[mm]
D
[mm]
T
[mm]
Y
[mm]
XL1650
140 300 (KR < 350)
400 (KR ≥ 350)
Bk + 6 BK + 26 3 b1 – 99 (FAI) 50 40 13.5 40 b1 – 130
Glide shoes 147 300 (KR < 350)
400 (KR ≥ 350)
Bk + 6 BK + 26 3 b1 – 99 (FAI) 50 40 13.5 40 b1 – 130

The designations for dimension A refer to the version of the cable carrier connection.

QUANTUM® series

The cable carrier width Bk is taken into account for calculating the inner width of guide channel b1 and the overall width BKA.

Typeh1
[mm]
hKA
[mm]
b1
[mm]
BKA
[mm]
s
[mm]
A
[mm]
B
[mm]
C
[mm]
D
[mm]
T
[mm]
Y
[mm]
Q040
40 70 (KR < 110)
125 (KR ≥ 110)
Bk + 4 BK + 24 2 b1 – 18 (FU) 14 30 6.6 40 b1 – 35
Q060
Glide shoes 66 117 (KR < 190)
200 (KR ≥ 190)
Bk + 9 BK + 29 2 b1 – 29 (FU) 29 30 6.6 40 b1 – 45
Q080
Glide shoes 88 150 (KR < 200)
300 (KR ≥ 200)
Bk + 13 BK + 33 2 b1 – 38 (FU) 35 40 9 40 b1 – 70
Q100
Glide shoes 108 250 (KR < 300)
400 (KR ≥ 300)
Bk + 13 BK + 33 2 b1 – 43 (FU) 35 40 11 40 b1 – 105

The designations for dimension A refer to the version of the cable carrier connection.

TKA series

The cable carrier width Bk is taken into account for calculating the inner width of guide channel b1 and the overall width BKA.

Typeh1
[mm]
hKA
[mm]
b1
[mm]
BKA
[mm]
s
[mm]
A
[mm]
B
[mm]
C
[mm]
D
[mm]
T
[mm]
Y
[mm]
TKA38
36 70 (KR < 95)
125 (KR ≥ 95)
Bk + 4 BK + 26 2 b1 – 10.5 (FU) 50 4.5 25 b1 – 40
TKA45
51 117 (KR < 200)
200 (KR ≥ 200)
Bk + 5 BK + 28 2 b1 – 12 (FU) 15 50 5.5 25 b1 – 60
TKA55
65 117 (KR < 200)
200 (KR ≥ 200)
Bk + 5 BK + 28 2 b1 – 16 (FU) 15 60 5.5 25 b1 – 60

The designations for dimension A refer to the version of the cable carrier connection.

S/SX series | S/SX tubes

The cable carrier width Bk is taken into account for calculating the inner width of guide channel b1 and the overall width BKA.

Typeh1
[mm]
hKA
[mm]
b1
[mm]
BKA
[mm]
s
[mm]
A
[mm]
B
[mm]
C
[mm]
D
[mm]
T
[mm]
Y
[mm]
S/SX 0650
Glide shoes 56 125 (KR < 155)
200 (KR ≥ 155)
Bk + 10 BK + 30 2 b1 – 47 45 15 6.4 30 b1 – 70
S/SX 0950
Glide shoes 73 150 (KR < 200)
300 (KR ≥ 200)
Bk + 14 BK + 34 2 b1 – 77 65 20 8.4 30 b1 – 100
S/SX 1250
Glide shoes 99 200 (KR < 300)
400 (KR ≥ 300)
Bk + 12 BK + 32 3 b1 – 76 80 25 10.5 30 b1 – 100
Offroad Glide shoes 104 200 (KR < 300)
400 (KR ≥ 300)
Bk + 12 BK + 32 3 b1 – 76 80 25 10.5 50 b1 – 100
S/SX 1800
Glide shoes 155 300 (KR < 435)
500 (KR ≥ 435)
Bk + 17 BK + 37 3 b1 – 94 115 30 13 50 b1 – 120

The designations for dimension A refer to the version of the cable carrier connection.

Guide channel required

Some cable carriers are offered with optional glide shoes.

Our engineers will be happy to help with your project planning – please contact us.

Important information

From hKA ≥ 200 mm, the guide channel flanks are additionally stabilized with alignment flanges or with connecting flanges.

Important information

The dimension y refers only to open guide channel versions.

Fixing Elements

Standard fixing with angle brackets (standard)

The angle brackets are mounted at the joins, ensuring precise connection of the joint areas in addition to fixing the channel to the substructure.

  • Optimum alignment of the joins
  • Reduced installation times
  • Minimum number of screw connections
  • Reliable fixing, even under rough conditions
Standard channel Fixing angle Brackets Front
Standard channel Fixing angle Brackets Side
Standard channel Fixing angle Brackets Above
Standard channel Fixing angle Brackets Perspective
s
[in mm]
b2
[in mm]
X1
[in mm]
2
b1 + 54104
3
b1 + 56106
Important information

The figure shows an open channel version

Important information

The sheet metal thickness “s” corresponds to the respective wall thickness “s” of the channel.

Important information

As a standard, the angle brackets included with the delivery are installed on all joins as well as at both ends of a channel. If you require more angle brackets beyond this, please state this when ordering.

Important information

The length of the C-rail depends on the channel width and is supplied in standard lengths. Please contact us if you require custom lengths.

Calculating C-profile length
C-profile length LP: LP = b1 + 106
C-profile length LP rounded to 50 mm
Fixing kit (optional)

The delivery scope of the standard channel does not include the optional joining clamp fixing kit. 

Fixing kit

  1. C-rail (length depends on b1)
  2. Hexagon socket screws
  3. Slide nut
Fixing with alignment flanges and floor fixing plate

The fixing tabs are mounted at the joins, ensuring precise connection of the joint areas in addition to fixing the channel to the substructure.

  • Optimum alignment of the joins
  • Reduced installation times
  • Minimum number of screw connections
  • Push-to-connect system
Standard channel fixing alignment flanges
Calculating C-profile length
C-profile length LP: LP = b1 + 105
C-profile length LP rounded to 50 mm
Fixing with floor fixing bracket

The floor fixing brackets are mounted at the joins, ensuring precise connection of the joint areas in addition to fixing the channel to the substructure.

  • Easy alignment of the joins
  • Reduced installation times
  • Minimized number of screw connections
Standard channel fixing floor fixing bracket
Calculating C-profile length
C-profile length LP: LP = b1 + 66
C-profile length LP rounded to 50 mm
Fixing with lateral connecting flange

The unsupported connecting flanges are mounted at the joins, ensuring precise connection of the joint areas in addition to fixing the channel to the substructure.

  • Unsupported joins without support (self supporting) through flange connections
  • Reliable, secure connection even with extreme vibrations or in un­supported channel arrangement
Standard channel fixing lateral connection flange
Calculating C-profile length
C-profile length LP: LP = b1 + 86
C-profile length LP rounded to 50 mm

Order

To order the standard channel, please provide the following information: 

  • Number of guide channels
  • Material
  • Version of guide channel
  • Part length
  • Total length of channel
  • Slide support length LKA'
  • Floor fixing
  • Join connection
  • Slide support height h1
  • Outer height of guide channel hKA
  • inner width of guide channel b1

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