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8/29/2014

CAMX 2014 preview: TE Wire & Cable

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TE Wire & Cable LLC (Saddle Brook, N.J., USA) will feature its AccuClave autoclave thermocouple assemblies, which are designed to improve the accuracy, reliability and efficiency of autoclave cure operations.

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TE Wire & Cable LLC (Saddle Brook, N.J., USA) will feature its AccuClave autoclave thermocouple assemblies, which are designed to improve the accuracy, reliability and efficiency of autoclave cure operations. Each AccuClave product features TRAC online traceability for simplified NADCAP audits. Other products to be highlighted at the show include:

  • AccuClave reusable, pre-made thermocouple assemblies
  • AccuClave-X thermocouple extension cables for faster autoclave loading
  • AccuConnect multicircuit interconnect to minimize autoclave idle time
  • AccuFlex for composite repairs with minimal mark-off

To explore the benefits of using pre-made thermocouple assemblies and calculate the potential cost savings, TE Wire & Cable offers this free whitepaper: info.tewire.com/free-accuclave-savings-whitepaper.

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