• Features and Application of Chlorinated Paraffin 52

    Chlorinated paraffin is golden yellow or amber viscous liquid, non-flammable, non-explosive, and extremely low volatility. Soluble in most organic solvents, insoluble in water and ethanol. When heated to above 120℃, it will slowly decompose by itself and can release hydrogen chloride gas. And th...
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  • Silane Cross-linked Polyethylene Cable Insulation Compounds

    Abstract: The cross-linking principle, classification, formulation, process and equipment of silane cross-linked polyethylene insulating material for wire and cable are briefly described, and some characteristics of silane naturally cross-linked polyethylene insulating material in application and...
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  • What is the difference between U/UTP, F/UTP, U/FTP, SF/UTP, S/FTP?

    >>U/UTP twisted pair: commonly referred to as UTP twisted pair, unshielded twisted pair. >>F/UTP twisted pair: a shielded twisted pair with a total shield of aluminium foil and no pair shield. >>U/FTP twisted pair: shielded twisted pair with no overall shield and an aluminium fo...
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  • Application and Development Prospects of EVA in the Cable Industry

    1. Introduction EVA is the abbreviation for ethylene vinyl acetate copolymer, a polyolefin polymer. Due to its low melting temperature, good fluidity, polarity and non-halogen elements, and can be compatible with a variety of polymers and mineral powders, a number of mechanical and physical prope...
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  • Fiber Optic Cable Water Swelleing Tape

    1 Introduction With the rapid development of communication technology in the last decade or so, the field of application of fibre optic cables has been expanding. As the environmental requirements for fibre optic cables continue to increase, so do the requirements for the quality of materials use...
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  • Waterblocking Swellable Yarn for Fiber Optic Cable

    1 Introduction To ensure the longitudinal sealing of fiber optic cables and to prevent water and moisture from penetrating into the cable or junction box and corroding the metal and fiber, resulting in hydrogen damage, fiber breakage and a sharp drop in electrical insulation performance, the fol...
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  • Application of Glass Fiber Yarn in Fiber Optic Cable

    Application of Glass Fiber Yarn in Fiber Optic Cable

    Abstract: The advantages of fiber optic cable make its use in the field of communication is constantly being broadened, in order to adapt to different environments, the corresponding reinforcement is usually added in the design process of fiber optic cable to meet different needs. This paper main...
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  • Analysis of Fire-resistant Mica Tape for Wire and Cable

    Introduction In airports, hospitals, shopping centres, subways, high-rise buildings and other important places, in order to ensure the safety of people in the event of a fire and the normal operation of emergency systems, it is necessary to use fire-resistant wire and cable with excellent fire re...
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  • The Manufacturing Process of Copper-clad Steel Wire produced by Electroplating and the Discussion of Common Quality Problems

    1. Introduction Communication cable in the transmission of high-frequency signals, conductors will produce skin effect, and with the increase in the frequency of the transmitted signal, the skin effect is more and more serious. The so-called skin effect refers to the transmission of signals along...
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