Push-Pull cable - 30 Series Xtreme.
Please choose length required from list below - Cable length is measured from tip to tip
Clamp fitting style at both ends
Push-Pull cables are widely used in many applications. They are simple and easy to install. And the benefit of using an Xtreme Push-Pull cable is that nearly all of the force the operator uses goes into actuating the device at the other end, not in trying to push the cable through the conduit (jacket), not to mention a much improved feel and control for the operator.
Easy to install with very smooth movement.
Corrosion-resistant / corrosion-proof construction.
Many Fittings available.
Introduction to Cable Design
Traditional cables vary by the stiffness of the core wire
and how tightly the core fits in the conduit. The classic
1) Stiffer core/tighter fit offers less lost motion, but is
harder to operate. With longer and more complex
runs, cable movement becomes progressively
more difficult. With difficulty comes less overall
control of the working device.
2) More flexible core/looser fit has an easier feel,
but allows for more lost motion. This approach
leads to an overall sloppy feel, engine RPM loss
or difficult gear engagement.
These trade-offs are not issues for cables with
Xtreme™ technology because they are different
– really different.
Prime Line Controls’ unique Xtreme technology
incorporates a patented splined core. Ridges on
the core allow a close fit with the conduit’s inner
liner, but with minimum contact, so the core glides
back and forth smoothly like a skater on ice.
THE RESULT: The result is a control cable with
easy movement AND minimum lost motion.
Traditional cables vary by the stiffness of the core wire and how tightly it fits in the casing.
Thus the classic trade-offs that have existed in control cable design are:
Stiffer core/tighter fit offers less lost motion, but is harder to move. With longer and more complex runs, cable movement becomes progressively more difficult.
More flexible core/looser fit has an easier feel, but has more lost motion. This approach leads to an overall sloppy feel, RPM variation or difficult gear engagement.
• Particularly suited to complex routing and longer runs
• Fits directly into SeaStar Solutions® controls and all controls that accept
universal type cables
• Stainless steel and chrome brass end fittings. 10-32 UNF threads
• Nominal 75mm travel
• Flexible multi-strand galvanised steel core with splined jacket
• 200mm minimum bend radius
• Parallel lay wire strand reinforced outer jacket for superior strength and flexibility
• Suits stern drives, inboards and outboards
Some cable lengths may need to be made. We will advise if there is a delay in delivery upon order. Alternatively, please email or give us a call to find out availability of desired length.
This product was added to our catalog on Thursday 17 June, 2010.