Conductix-Wampfler’s impressive cable range keeps expanding


Conductix-Wampfler has expanded its range of stocked flat flexible cables following expansion of its premises in Melbourne, Perth and Brisbane.

The stocked cables now include an extremely wide size range of flat flexible cable made from PVC and rubber in both screened and unscreened configurations. 

The range also includes a wide variety of highly flexible cable chain cables and round reeler cables.

The flat flexible cables, flexible reeler cables and cable chain cables are most commonly used in flexible power systems such as festoon systems, cable (energy) chain systems and cable reels, all of which are also available from the Conductix-Wampfler stocked range.

Cables are supplied in any length without cutting charges and with flexible delivery arrangements.

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