When Europe's fastest growing bus company Alexander Dennis (ADL) had an issue with a harness bracket, HellermannTyton was on hand to provide a solution.
They came to us to discuss how they could replace a suspended aluminium bracket design that they had conceived to support harnesses in their next generations bus designs.
There were a number of factors which needed to be addressed including ensuring that the bracket did not rattle throughout the life of the bus, causing annoyance to passengers!
Vibration needed to be managed to avoid causing the harnesses or brackets to come loose. In addition, the bracket used a three-part installation, resulting in high assembly time and manufacture costs.
The Design Team were able to provide a solution and provide prototype parts within three weeks!