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  1. Difference Between Flat Braids & Tubular braids

    Post by : Sycor Marketing

    Electrical braids are one of the obscure types of electrical products that our team supplies. Each braid is extremely effective for specific types of applications, as each material and construction offers different kinds of benefits. This blog breaks down precisely what an electrical braid is, where it's used, and what the most popular constructions currently are.

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  2. Cutting & Stripping Electrical Cables

    Post by : Sycor Marketing

    When you think of a value-added service, what's the first thing that comes to your mind? Is it a service that saves money, a discounted service, or maybe even a service that increases the value of your product. The reality is, all of these things are true because with different services distinct benefits begin to emerge. This cabling breakdown we'll be going over the popular service, Cutting and Stripping, and the various opportunities it provides.

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  3. Tubing & Sleeving

    Post by : Sycor Marketing

    Cable management refers to the management of electrical and optical cable within designated installations. With a variety of different products used across a number of industries, the capabilities are endless, from tidying up an entertainment system to bundling dozens of wires inside of a single sleeve. Today's blog, we'll be discussing the differences between 2 of the most popular types of cable management products, Tubing and Sleeving. 

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  4. Sycor's Value-Added Services

    Post by : Sycor Marketing

    When you think of a value-added service, what's the first thing you think of? Is it a service that saves you money, a discount service or maybe even a service that customizes your product? In the wire and cable world, value-added services help customers prepare for their applications by providing increased organization, less human error, reduced product waste and save a tremendous amount of time.

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  5. Heat-Shrink Explained

    Post by : Sycor Marketing

    Heat-shrink tubing (also known as heat-shrinkable tubing) comes in a larger overall diameter than required in order to accommodate the wires and cables that need to be placed inside of it. Once the right amount of heat (depending on the material) is applied, the heat-shrink contracts to form a tight seal around the inner components. This effective piece of cable management technology has 4 noticeable benefits that it brings to its applications.

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