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How to understand which cable or wire is best suited for your home or business? Or how to identify the best quality wires and cables available in the Indian market? In this article, Wires and Cables Manufacturers shares important facts about these products.

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which cable will suit your need

Which cable will suit your need?

In the modern days electricity is in high use and transmission of data is a regular activity. For this

reason wires and cables are rising in demand. But how to understand which cable or wire is best

suited for your home or business? Or how to identify the best quality wires and cables available

in the Indian market? Let us check out some important facts about these products?

Types of wires and cables

1.Wires- Also known as conductors, these products are used to transmit electricity from one

point to the other; it is also used as an outlet or as light.

Bare Wires- These are non-insulated wires.

Stranded Wires- These are insulated wires which is coated with a plastic coating.

Solid core wires- These are also insulated wires but stiffer than the stranded ones. Solid

core wires are known to make the best connections.

Wires are flexible conductors available from 50 to 500 feet length. As wires can be used both for

indoor and outdoor activities, it is very important to check the rating for the indoor or outdoor

application and the temperature tolerance before buying one. Most of the multi conductor wires


Neutral wires- These are white or grey in color and are used to return electricity from the

end device to the power source.

Hot wires- These are can be of any color except green, white and grey. These are used to

pass electricity from the source to the end device.

Grounding wires- These are available in green and are used for earthing purpose, that is,

when there is a short circuit this wire transmits the excess current to the ground.

2.Cables are either made from copper or from aluminum; some may come with an armor,

others may not. Each cable is different and must be chosen as per the requirement. Some

of the commonly used cables include

ehv cables these are extra high voltage cables

EHV cables- These are extra high voltage cables which are generally used

for transmission of high voltage electricity, up to 400kV. Insulation is very important in

case of this kind of cables and hence the coating is very thick to ensure that minimal amount

of micro voids and moisture enters the circuits.

HT cables- These cables are also high voltage cables which can carry up to 220kV

electricity. These high tension cables are used to connect heavy duty machinery, for

conductor making and also for sheathing.

LT cables- The low tension power cables are used to minimize dielectric losses. These

cables are light weight and tough against overloading and vibrations. Low tension cables

are also available in different variants, like 4 and 3 core power cables.

Control cables- These are generally used to make permanent connections in machineries,

air conditioners, measuring and control heating. Control cables are generally made from

PVC, which is halogen free and hence emits low smoke when exposed to fire.

Instrumentation cables- These cables are made specially to cater to the unique requirements

of microprocessors and computerized instruments. The cables transmit very low levels of

electricity between the measuring ends and the display units or controllers.

So whatever many be your requirement, choose Wires and Cables Manufacturers which are

properly insulated and meet the international standards; look for ISO mark on the wires and cables

while making the purchase.

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