In the first section, the authors of the report have provided a detailed overview of the global insulated wires
and cables market by providing information about the applications, classifications, definitions, and industry's chain structure.
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Gore is currently engaged in programs with several aircraft manufacturers (both military and commercial), airlines and aircraft component suppliers regarding testing and potential' utilization of HSTF insulated wires
From the data of Table 1 it can be seen that the value of [[theta].sub.lS] should not exceed for used in power electric circuits with current frequency of 50 Hz uninsulated copper and aluminum cores (wires) in SC mode the highest level of 250 [degrees]C and 200 [degrees]C, and for cables (insulated wires
) with copper and aluminum cores and PVC (R), PET insulation, respectively, the level of 150 [degrees]C and 120 [degrees]C .
These environments consist of non-outgassing lubricants, dry bearings, stainless steel bearings, and/or Teflon insulated wire
. Among the shaft modifications available are double shaft, shaft length, single or double flats, flat lengths, standard or woodruff" keyways, shaft diameter, hollow shaft, and through shaft holes (threaded and non threaded).
It can be supplied as bare or braided fiberglass insulated wire
Demand for insulated wire
and cable in the US is forecast to rise 5.1 percent annually (including price increases) through 2006, exceeding $26 billion.
Typical applications include bare or insulated wire
, plastic tubing, drawn or ground rod and shafts, and many other transparent and opaque products.
"We primarily run four different grades of aluminum, three grades of copper and some insulated wire
through the baler," says Mark.
Ideal for elastomer profiles, hoses, weatherstrip and insulated wire
and cable applications, the system eliminates contamination caused by water immersion or spray systems by utilizing gasified liquid nitrogen as the cooling source, according to the company.
Worldwide demand for insulated wire
and cable is expected to expand more than 5 percent annually through 2004 to $86 billion.