TPC Wire & Cable Blog

Topic: food-beverage


Posted by TPC Wire & Cable Corp. on November 26, 2019



THHN is the most popular type of building wire. As defined by the National Electric Code (NEC), its intended use is for construction. However, it's commonly specified by engineers in machine tools, control circuits, and some appliances. Read more to find out what the active ingredients in THHN wire are and why it may not be the best choice for the job.

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Topics: Products, Food & Beverage, Chem-Gard


Posted by TPC Wire & Cable Corp. on October 15, 2019



Very few industries involve the complex and challenging hygienic requirements like the food and beverage industry. Over time, high-pressure sprays, high temperature water, cleaners and sanitizers can wear on electrical cables and connectors. These harsh conditions result in frequent maintenance and cable failures which can cause unwanted downtime and slower production.

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Topics: Maintenance, Reducing Downtime, Wire and Cable Tips, Food & Beverage, Connectors, Chem-Gard, Chemical, High Temperature


Posted by TPC Team on January 15, 2019



Can you think of at least one area where you’re replacing electrical wires and cables often?

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Topics: Automotive, Manufacturing, Food & Beverage, Mining, Wood, Paper, Pulp, Steel, Chemical, Oil & Gas, Transportation


Posted by TPC Team on October 11, 2017



In an industrial setting, it’s imperative to be aware of the chemicals coming into contact with your cable and how they may impact the life of the cable. The cable’s jacket can swell, bloat, or harden after exposure, and even penetrate to the cable itself. Being armed with this knowledge will help you choose a proper cable that will last.

Here are some of the common chemicals to which your industrial power cables may be subjected.

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Topics: Environments, Food & Beverage, Chem-Gard, Wood, Paper, Pulp


Posted by TPC Team on August 11, 2015



STAY ON TOP OF INCREASING DEMANDS IN THE FOOD & BEVERAGE INDUSTRY

Electrical cables in the food and beverage industry are constantly exposed to a variety of abusive environments, such as constant washdowns, harsh chemicals, abrasion, heat, cold, flexing, constant motion and impact.

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Topics: Products, Manufacturing, Food & Beverage, Connectors

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