In view to meet rising demand of infrastructure needs Bhuwal Cables has been manufacturing 1.1KV Aluminium / Copper conductor with XLPE insulation more than a decade. This manufacturing plant is equipped with latest state of the art modern machinery to offer quality product at competitive prices. Bhuwal Cables Limited is always been attentive in fulfilling the needs of its customer. As a result of this, Bhuwal Cables has recently started manufacturing High Voltage Power Cables upto 66KV.
Bhuwal Cables Limited is a renowned & trustworthy name in Manufacturing and Supplying of Extension and Compensating Wires, PTFE cables, Silicone Cables, Marine Ship Cables, Multi Core Power Cables, Rubber cables, High Temperature Wire, High Temperature Cable, Silicone Cable, Trailing Cable, PTFE cables, Ht Elastomeric Cable, Flat Cables, PTFE Cables, Fiberglass cables, Welding Cable, Mining Cable, EPR Cable, Marine Ship Cables, Wind Power Cables, Fire Survival Cable, Composite Cable, Chloroprene cables, Multi Core Power Cables, Siwo kul Cable, RTD Cable , Elastomeric composite cables, Thermocouple wire, Thermocouple Cables, Insulated Cables, Electric Wire & Cables, High Voltage Cable, Uninyvin Cable, HT Motor Cable, Heater Cable, Halogen Free Cable, Heat Resistant Cable , Led Cable, Lead Cable, Boiler Cable , Ignition Cable, XLPE single core Cable, Industrial Power Cable, Heat Shrink Sleeve, FG Sleeve, Braided Cable, Polyurethane Cables that is free from all risks and dangers always constitutes a major concern for offices and other sectors.
We design and manufacture a wide array of Extension and Compensating Wires as per our Customer's requirements. We take Buy-Back Guarantee of our Extension and Compensating Wires If They Happen To Be Flawed. We buy best quallity & multi level tested raw materials to manufacture Extension and Compensating Wires. We are backed by technologically Advanced Infrastructure and a team of highly professional engineers having experience in manufacturing of Extension and Compensating Wires.
We are the well established name engaged in offering a quality range of Extension And Compensating Wires. Using superior quality raw material and advance technologies we manufacture these products. These wires are used for the purpose of cabling. The manufacturing process our products are carried under the supervision of our professional experts. We offer these wires to our customers at reasonable price range.
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|Extension and Compensating Wires Specification|
|Extreme temperature range:
||(-40oC to 105oC) can withstand the extremes of automotiveenvironments|
|Product range:||0GA, 2GA, 4GA, 6GA, 8GA, 10GA, 12GA, 14GA, 15GA, 16GA, 18GA, 20GA and ultra classic strands|
|High strand counts||High strand counts|
|Conductor Type||Stranded 99.99% OFC (oxygen free copper), and tin plated copper,copper coated al|
|Material||Environmentally friendly, quality, glossy material
Tinned, Silver or Nickel plated copper etc.
|Packing||carton packing, pallet packing , wooden / plastic reels|
|We can produce Extension and Compensating Wires according to the customers' demands.|
Welding cable is the electrical conductor for the welding current. It consists of a series of fine copper strands wrapped inside a non-conductive, durable jacket (typically some type of synthetic or natural rubber of various colors). The fine copper strands give welding cable more flexibility than other types of electrical conductors and the insulating jacket is designed to hold up to repeated movement over rough surfaces. As the current level increases (measured in amperage or amps), the diameter of the welding cable and resulting cross sectional area of the copper stranding needs to increase. The concept is similar to the flow of water through a hose. A larger diameter hose is needed in order to carry a greater volume of water. You use a smaller hose to water your garden, while the fire department uses a much larger hose to fight fires.
Welding cable “ampacity”, also known as current capacity or amperage rating, refers to the maximum amount of electrical current that a cable can safely conduct. Besides the cross sectional area, other factors that impact the ampacity of welding cable are its length, ohm rating (i.e., resistance rating), temperature ratings of the insulation material and the ambient temperature. Shorter cables can carry more current than longer cables of the same diameter. Extension and Compensating Wires is often rated with a conductor temperature of 75°C (167° F), 90°C (194⁰F) or 105°C (221°F).
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