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About Everything’s ConnectedThis Remke blog talks about many things electrical including a bit of insight or ideas about electrical connectors that we hope will help you in your job.
Category Archives: Electrical Connectivity
Common misconceptions about custom electrical connectors are that they are much more expensive and take more time to manufacture. But that’s simply not true. Changing some basic specifications to improve performance often costs just a couple cents more! And by starting with … Continue reading
Quality Stainless Steel Connectors Deliver Increased Productivity, Improved Safety and Reduced Contamination Stainless steel electrical connectors are probably not something you give much thought. After all, they’re just small pieces of very large systems. In most industries, they’re commodity components … Continue reading
A preliminary report from Bishop & Associates predicts that the soft demand from the end of 2014 will carry over to 2015, with modest growth anticipated. The full article on ConnectorSupplier.com has some interesting statistics on actual growth and demand … Continue reading
Cable Strain Relief Options – Simplified! It’s easy to figure out which strain relief connector is ideal for any application. Just follow the lines. Click to enlarge View on Remke.com Download as a PDF > Remke delivers electrical cable and … Continue reading
Solving customers’ connectivity problems is our specialty at Remke! Take for instance, Jernberg Industries of Chicago IL. They manufacture highly-engineered, heat-treated, forged parts for the automotive industry and they have a big problem. The sensor connectors on the press transfer … Continue reading
Non-metallic, Valox® cord grips are ideal for FDA-washdowns or any heavy-duty application that requires a strong seal against dirt, moisture, fumes and/or chemicals. This cutting-edge polymer has excellent heat, chemical and corrosion resistance, plus provides stability and reliability with high … Continue reading
Things Learned at IMTS 2014 Sensors, advanced integrated circuits and software are now totally embedded in new production equipment that was displaced at the recent International Machine Technology Shown in Chicago. And the new production equipment requires a new workforce … Continue reading
1] Extreme Environments Demand Tough Materials Corrosion, abrasives, liquids, heat, cold and stress from constant motion are all factors to consider when choosing a molded connector. No matter how demanding your application can be, the right materials for construction will … Continue reading
News Flash……MC Cable Installation Continues to Improve with Advances in Materials and Fittings…… Now you would not have heard this story reported by the mainstream media or on cable news networks. BUT – the use of Metal Clad Cable over … Continue reading