Why Wire Rope?
The temperature range of cable isolators is –300 to 500 degrees F. For elastomers, the useful range is typically –40 to 180 degrees F. Even in this range, however, the performance characteristics of elastomers can vary.
Substances and chemicals such as ozone, oils, organic solvents, fuels, salt spray, and NBC decontaminant that can degrade elastomers, have no negative impact on cables.
Even the most stable elastomers will outgas, degrade, and flake over time. Cable isolators are commonly used in space applications and in clean rooms, where outgassing of elastomers can cause serious problems.
Cable isolators are a true multi-axis mount, which allows them to be installed in almost any geometry.
Cable isolators are an install and forget product. There is no need to service or replace components.
long life & reliability
Cables will generally outlast the equipment they were designed to protect.