Flexible electric wires and cables

Flexible cables are specifically designed to allow for bending and movement in applications where machines and other equipment are in motion. These cables achieve flexibility using stranded conductors that allow more movement and bendability than solid core wires. The individual strands within the cable are also insulated to prevent them from short-circuiting or coming into contact with each other.

Flexible cables are ideal for use in automation industries, where machines and equipment are continuously moving, such as in pick-and-place machines and CNC-based machines like engraving and milling machines. They are also commonly used in robotics, conveyors, and other types of automated machinery. The flexibility of these cables allows them to bend and twist without breaking or damaging the conductor, ensuring a continuous and reliable electrical connection.

In addition to their flexibility, flexible cables are also designed with high-quality materials and advanced manufacturing processes to ensure maximum durability and reliability. They are available in a wide range of sizes and specifications to meet the needs of different applications. Whether you need cables for industrial automation or other moving applications, flexible cables are the perfect choice for your needs.

Other Products

Industrial Electric wire and cables

Such type of metallic sheathed cables has a protective twisted or braided metallic layer usually made of steel over its conductor. The external sheath is made of plastic. The metallic layer provides extra mechanical strength against any sort of damage and can also be used for grounding connections. Thus they are not used in damp or wet location as well as underground. The armoured layer can be wire braid, steel wire or steel tape. The steel wire armored (SWA) cable is most common type of armored cable used for power transmission. 

Aluminum electric wires and cables

Aluminum cables are used across various industries and markets. In our last blog, we shared the financial advantages of aluminum cables. Now we will focus on the physical advantages of aluminum cables. A second advantage is the weight of aluminum; it is much lighter in weight as compared to copper while maintaining the same conductivity. Being light in weight is an important property of aluminum. This has made aluminum cables the most used cables in projects where weight is the main focus like constructions with load-bearing purposes.

Pair Product

This type of communication cable is made from two insulated wires twisted together to form a twisted pair. The purpose of twisting is to reduce electromagnetic interference or noise. They are used in Ethernet networks and telephone communication. They are further divided into two types based on their noise protection.