High-Voltage Cable Processing

Metzner EM 401 - Foil Processing Station

Metzner EM 401

Foil Processing Station
Metzner EM 402 - Assembly Station

Metzner EM 402

Assembly Station
Metzner EM 403 - Cable Shield Processing Station

Metzner EM 403

Cable Shield Processing Station
Metzner EM 101 - Cable Shield Processing Station for small Cables

Metzner EM 101

Cable Shield Processing Station for small Cables

In the automobile industry a fundamental change is taking place – from the combustion engine to hybrid and electric drives. Metzner has for years been pioneer in new developments which enable the automatic processing of these special cables.


Validation by numerous manufacturers as well as patents granted are for us the proof of our work and underline the innovative culture of our teams. Metzer’s portfolio for the working of high-voltage cables embraces the following
processes. As well as semi-automatic machines, Metzner also develops solutions with high degrees of automation right up to fully automatic transfer lines for high volumes and cycle times of a few seconds.

Key Features

  • Removal of outer jacket
  • Removal of cable foil
  • Automatic feeding of components via vibration feeder
  • Carrying tube assembly
  • Inner conductor stripping / Cable filling removal
  • Cable shield cutting and folding

Examples

High-Voltage Cable Processing

Metzner EM 401

Metzner EM 401

Metzner offers for the first time a mechanical solution for the removal of the cable foil without interference with the cable screen. Specifications >

Metzner EM 402

Metzner EM 402

Automatic processing of high-voltage cables also requires the attachment of different components of the plug system. The Metzner EM 402 takes care of this part. Specifications >

Metzner EM 403

Metzner EM 403

This model performs opening and cutting of the cable screen with a patented process which ensures that there is absolutely no contact with the interior insulation. Specifications >

Metzner EM 101

Metzner EM 101

The EM 101 offers the functionality of the established EM 403 for the requirements of smaller cables up to 8 mm diameter. Specifications >