:    Coiled Cable / Coiled Cords

Coiled cables and coiled cords are used in various industries such as industrial controls, robotic systems, aerospace, telecommunications, medical, and many more. Industry people prefer spiral cord in many applications as spiral cord or spiral cable extends easily and provides better solutions in movable or dynamic applications than a fixed wire support or wire harness. Wire harnesses are common; however, certain applications require a power cable or signal cord capable to extend while in use and retract when work is finished. This is the main advantage of using coiled cables vs straight cables.

Manlon Polymers is capable to manufacture all types of coil cords. We can extrude and make custom design coil cables. We even plan and work together with our prospective clients to find solutions for their need of spiral cables. We design, built and deliver. Whether you are looking for a retractable cable with 2-conductors or coil cords with 10-conductors, with even an expanded length of 10 meters or more, we are equipped and ready to cater to your need. Our coil cords, retractile cords and coiled electric cables can withstand rigorous use.

Coil cords and retractile cords are used to carry signals and data; whereas coil power cable is used to transmit power. They are made available in various color specifications and with various high grade engineering polymer materials like PUR, TPE, PA and TPR.

There are many reasons why industry people use custom made coil cables and few of the reasons are;

- Coil cords are much safer to handle than long length cables.
- They help avoid noise against wireless systems.
- Spiral cords provide clean signals and transmission security.

Contact us today and allow us to know your specific spiral cord requirement. We are ready to serve and satisfy you.



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