Category: Cable gland selection

Every Part Is Important, No Matter How Small

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It’s the little things that matter. And nowhere is this more true than in manufacturing. A part no larger than the tip of your little finger can mean the difference between a functional machine and a recall waiting to happen. Here is just a sampling of the tiny parts we rely on in our everyday lives.

  • Nylon Nuts and Bolts. Whenever two pieces of metal need to be fastened together in any electrical device, the potential exists for those pieces to conduct electricity. Using nylon nuts and bolts can help to isolate these pieces from electric current to reduce overheating, overconsumption of energy, and handling danger.
  • Cable Glands. Cables are designed to transfer a current from one place to another, be it information or electricity. But at some point in the length o Read More