TPR Cords make suitable Neoprene cord replacements.

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Featuring waterproof jackets, RoHS-compliant Thermoplastic Rubber (TPR) cords exhibit resistance to oils, chemicals, abrasion, and UV exposure. UL-Listed and CSA-Certified products are offered in 12, 24, 36, and 48 in. stock parts, which can extend on 1:5 ratio if needed. Variations for unique applications can also be designed and made to order.

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Autac 61st Year

Autac Inc. of North Branford, Connecticut is happy to announce after celebrating our 60th anniversary in 2007 we are busy expanding our business and services in 2008. We have entered into long term contracts with several OEMs supplying cords for scissor lifts, forklifts and emergency equipment.

In addition to providing clients with the world's largest inventory of high quality, durable retractile cords Autac has also expanded into the service industry by doing value added work. We can coil cords from manufactured wire supplied by customers. Autac can also make and manufactures custom cables made to your specifications. We can design and build almost any type of cord that meets UL, CSA, RoHS and other industry standards. Control, power, lighting, keyboard, food processing, communication, medical, audio, and mobile control are just some industries that are currently using Autac cords. Molded plugs are also available with retractile cords.

Our new line of TPR cords are UL listed and CSA certified. Thermoplastic Rubber (TPR) waterproof jackets offer high environmental performance. TPR cords are also oil, chemical, abrasion and UV resistant and RoHS compliant. TPR is also an economical replacement to Neoprene. The cords are featured in 12", 24", 36", and 48"stock parts which can extend on a 1:5 ratio if needed. Variations for special applications can also be designed and made to order.

Since 1947, Autac Inc has been recognized as a leading manufacturer of retractile cords. We pride ourselves on customer service and quick turnaround times. Autac Inc distributes throughout the United States and Canada.

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