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Stainless Steel Electrical Connectors for the Water & Wastewater Treatment Industry

Stainless steel electrical connectors are likely something you never give much thought. In most industries, they’re commodity components that don’t get much attention. After all, they’re just small pieces of very large water and waste water treatment systems. Until they fail.

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Innovations in Manufacturing Equipment Drive Advances in Molded Electrical Connectors

Technology has without a doubt improved manufacturing equipment, with innovations that further automate processes to increase production, reduce downtime and limit human error.

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Flexible Connectors Increase Uptime at Ford Plant

Sudden downtime of an automotive assembly line cn be costly. Industry experts estimate that downtime can cost a manufacturer as much as $1 million per hour in lost revenue.

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Cord Connector Material Selection Guide for Harsh Environments

Cord connectors can be manufactured out of several different types of materials. Aluminum, steel and nylon are often used for these type of connectors but for harsh environments these materials do not offer the needed level of corrosion resistance.

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More Options than Meets the Eye When Selecting Cord Grips

In the 1940’s, when cord grips were first used, standard product met most needs. As grip applications expanded, usage evolved to wet locations, severe environments and into a growing range of equipment designs. Manufacturers were forced to adapt to expanding customer needs.

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The Hidden Truth about Commodity Products

Often times a product that is widely used in all type of industrial facilities is categorized as a commodity. For example, cord grips are used anywhere that cable or conduit connects to an enclosure or machine. So that makes them a commodity, right?

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Integrity of Sensor Connectors in Harsh Environments

For companies operating in a harsh environment special attention must be paid to critical electrical connections. Specifically for those applications using sensor connectors, the top most concerns are electrical integrity and premature failure.

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