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New Magnetek reels

Wisconsin, US-based Magnetek, Inc has introduced a new series of heavy-duty spring-driven cable reels for power or control cables on a range of lifting equipment, such as overhead materials handling cranes, mobile cranes and construction cranes, as well as emergency and rescue vehicles, monorails, excavators, and welding systems. 

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The new reels are available in five sizes.

Magnetek also offers motorised electric cable reels for a wide range of crane medium/high voltage long-travel application and custom-engineered slip ring assemblies, including communication and F/O slip rings. All cable reels may be packaged with any of the company’s power and motion control products. These include a range of drum brakes and thruster disc brakes for cranes and industrial applications, and collision avoidance systems.

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