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The Importance Of Industrial Conduit At The Time Of Maintenance

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We often receive the following question: “I would even like to change the old conduits on my machine at the time of maintenance, but having to disconnect and reconnect all cables and hoses will take a while that we don’t have. What to do?”.

Industrial Conduit At The Time Of Machine Maintenance

There are many  advantages associated with the different types of industrial conduit , as well as the benefits of applying this protection to wires and hoses distributed in the field when the machine or equipment is being manufactured.

But, when it comes to industrial maintenance, how to apply the conduit without having to disconnect all installed cables? It is clear that in some cases, disconnecting and reconnecting cables in the field is part of the maintenance itself, but this is not always the case, right?

Applying Industrial Conduit Keeping Everything Connected

What if it was possible to change the conduits in the field without having to disconnect and reconnect all cables and hoses already installed? Bipartite industrial conduit (commonly called bipartite conduit) is the most used solution in this condition.

According to the images (and videos) below, the bipartite conduit “wears” wires, cables and hoses installed at the factory because it consists of two parts that move to accommodate the cables, but once connected, offer a high degree of protection for these components.

Is This Solution Old?

In no way, the bipartite conduit has been applied by various industries  for more than 20 years in several different industrial applications. It is indicated for this condition where wires, cables and hoses cannot be disconnected, but they need to be protected.

Preventive maintenance has also been a major focus of its application, providing convenience to the maintenance team and important mechanical protection for the components that are installed inside it.