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CAMX 2019 exhibit preview: TE Wire & Cable

Appears in Print as: 'Thermocouple wires and cables'


TE Wire & Cable manufactures a full line of thermocouple wire and cable, from iron and nickel-based alloys, and copper instrument and control cable.
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TE Wire & Cable LLC (Saddle Brook, N.J., U.S.), a Marmon Wire & Cable/Berkshire Hathaway (Chicago, Ill., U.S.) company, is a premier thermocouple and specialty wire and cable manufacturer. The company manufactures a full line of thermocouple wire and cable, from iron and nickel-based alloys, and copper instrument and control cable.

TE Wire & Cable maintains an in-house laboratory directly certified by the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST, Gaithersburg, Md., U.S.), allowing it to match and calibrate its wire which in turns provides a higher quality product with lower cost and enhanced performance.

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