Wire & Cable

Electrical wire is the medium through which electricity is carried to and through each individual home that uses electrical power. It is made of a metal that easily conducts electricity, usually copper, in a plastic sheath called an insulator. Electrical cable is made of two or more wires running side by side and bonded, twisted, or braided together to form a single assembly, the ends of which can be connected to two devices, enabling the transfer of electrical signals from one device to the other.

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Building Wire Aluminum
Wire Pulling

Armored Cable
Armored Cable is a type of power-conducting cable that is covered in a metal sheath. In usually consists of a bundle of wires covered in a metal tube, which may be covered in a plastic insulation layer. It features a better grounding system and a heavier internal insulation.

Bare Copper
Bare Copper that is solid and stranded is suitable for overhead transmission and distribution applications. Stranded conductors of greater flexibility are suitable for uninsulated hook up, jumpers, and grounds in electrical construction. Soft drawn copper is unilay construction.

Building Wire Aluminum
Aluminum Building Wire is a type of wiring that is used in houses, power grids, and airplanes. Aluminum provides a better conductivity to weight ratio than copper, and therefore is used in power wiring of some aircraft.

Building Wire Copper
Copper is the electrical conductor in many categories of electrical wiring. Copper wire is used in power generation, power transmission, power distribution, telecommunications, electronics circuitry, and countless types of electrical equipment.

Control Cable
Control Cable is a flexible instrumentation cable that is designed for measuring, control, or regulation in the field of process automation. It is a highly flexible multicore cable, with (class 5) copper conductors and a galvanized steel wire braid (GSWB) for mechanical protection.

Datacom Wire & Cable
Data cables are sometimes referred to as premise wiring or datacom cable is typically used for some residential applications. Datacom applications include residential buildings, commercial buildings, local area networks, wide area networks and mainframes.

Extension Cords
An extension cord is a length of flexible electrical power cable (flex) with a plug on one end and one or more sockets on the other end (usually of the same type as the plug). The term usually refers to mains (household AC) extensions but is also used to refer to extensions for other types of cabling.

Lighting Wire
Lighting wire is designed for landscape and outdoor accent lighting applications. It can also be used for security applications. The PVC jacket resists dames from UV exposure for durability and the wire is suitable for direct burying.

Power Outlet Strip
A Power Outlet Strip features a reset switch to eliminate the need for unplugging. It is designed to provide connections in small spaces. It is ideal for small homes and businesses. It offers a convenient reset switch to eliminate the need for unplugging.

Portable Cords & Cable
Portable Cords & Cables are available in many different configurations and materials to meet the needs of diverse applications across countless industries. These cables serve a function that is necessary almost constantly in almost every industry: transmitting electrical power.

Wiring Harness
A wiring harness is an organized set of wires, terminals and connectors that run throughout the entire vehicle and relay information and electric power, thereby playing a critical role in “connecting” a variety of components. A wiring harness is an assembly of cables or wires, which transmit signals or electrical power.

Wire Marking
Wire marking is an identification system that gives you dozens of ways to mark your product. This can include dispensers, preprinted alphanumeric and colored tape, write-on books and tags. Pressure-sensitive adhesives or self-laminating adhesives are the choices.

Wire Protection Devices
Wire protection devices are available in a variety of types, shapes, and specific current ratings. A fuse is the most common protection device. A fuse is placed in an electrical circuit, so that when current flow exceeds the rating of the fuse it “blows” or “blows out.”

Wire Pulling
Wire pulling is the act of pulling wire. Several wire pulling tools and methods exist. It is important to use the correct wireway cutting, deburring, and assembly techniques. This eliminates many of the obstructions that make pulls hard to complete.