FAQ

FAQ of wire and cables

FAQ of wire and cables manufacturing company

We are thankful to have customers that care about quality as much as we do. We undergo intensive testing and periodic auditing from RoHS, ISO and more. Each cable has testing unique to what the customers need.

The basic key difference between wires and cables is that a wire is a single conductor whereas a cable is a group of conductors. Although, these conductors are made of a common material- copper or aluminium. Usually, the wires are bare and are twisted. But, some of the wires are coated with thin PVC layer.

Our company is ISO 9001 certified and uses an unrivaled Total Quality Management system to monitor our wiring products for quality. We have an established network of reliable suppliers to ensure that we source high-quality copper and other materials that meet your product’s specifications. All copper and other raw metals are also sourced according to ANSI and NEMA standards.

Screening of cables means protecting cables with the help of earthed wire mesh to avoid electromagnetic interference from other signals.

By using the process of armouring, the cable can be protected from mechanical injury.

When the cable is buried in the ground for the transmission and distribution of electric power, it is known as an underground cable. This is used in densely populated areas.

RED Indicates the secondary live wires in a 220-volt circuit, used in some types of switch legs and in the Interconnection between smoke detectors that are hard-wired into the power system.

GREEN Indicates the grounding of an electric circuit.

YELLOW & BLUE are also used to carry power but are not for wiring the outlets for common plug-in electrical devices.

WHITE & GRAY are used for power in all circuits.

BLACK Indicate a neutral wire.