Wire Binding Sleeves

Wire Binding Sleeves

Alpha Wire Introduces Rugged Sleeving Line Extension

Tough Woven Sleeving Added to FIT® Wire Management Line Elizabeth, NJ - Alpha Wire is proud to announce a line extension of its popular FIT Sleeving product family. The new offering is comprised of rugged sleeving products that are designed for applications that demand superior abrasion resistance, high operating temperatures, and/or resistance to oils, solvents, and chemicals. Available in a...

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Polyester Wire and Cable Sleeves are abrasion resistant.
Wire Binding Sleeves

Polyester Wire and Cable Sleeves are abrasion resistant.

Offered in flame-retardant and non-flame retardant versions in multiple sizes, RoHS-compliant Raychem Versaflex polyester sleeves are suited for cable bundling and protection of wire harnesses and hoses in industrial, commercial, and rail industries. Sleeves conform to irregularly shaped products or substrates without need to heat-shrink, and braided design allows for expansion and contraction of...

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Expandable Sleeving bundles wires and protects hoses.
Wire Binding Sleeves

Expandable Sleeving bundles wires and protects hoses.

Made from braided polyester yarn, Expandable Sleeving slips over wire harness or tubing by bunching it together and then stretching it to bring it back down to size. Standard sleeving is 10 mil thick, while heavy wall version is 15 mil thick and provides extra protection against extreme abrasion. Available in 5 sizes and 4 colors, sleeving cuts with hot knife or scissors and is rated to 257°F...

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Managing the New FGD Wastewater Regulations
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Managing the New FGD Wastewater Regulations

EPA Steam Electric Power Generating Effluent Limitations Guidelines, or ELG’s, impact coal-fired power plant operations and their wastewater management. Specifically, the ELG’s impose limits for suspended solids, arsenic, mercury, selenium, and nitrate/nitrite for Flue Gas Desulfurization (FGD) wastewater. These regulations drive the need for technology based solutions that address and adapt to variables such as the nature of wastewater streams, types of contaminants, contaminant loading, and costs. In this guide you will learn about the best available technologies for complying with the new standards. One of the leading contenders in this process is the Fluidized Bed Reactor or FBR, which removes soluble selenium and other metals from FGD wastewater. Advantages of fluidized bed reactors include optimum microorganism efficiency, smaller overall footprint, steady-state operation, lower hydraulic residence times, system robustness, and lower costs. Download this guide for additional information on FBR technology for treating FGD wastewater, including pilot studies and tests, and polishing selenium removal options.

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