TPC Wire & Cable Blog

Topic: safety


Posted by TPC Wire & Cable Corp. on September 12, 2019



TPC provides custom engineered solutions to solve some of our customer’s biggest problems. In some cases, our cables are relied upon to complete monumental tasks quickly and safely during every use. TPC has engineered a fully molded series 22 connector with patented locking systems to prevent the connector from pulling apart along with customized deployment solutions to meet the customer’s exact needs. These engineered solutions have brought success to many customers including those in the nuclear industry and in naval shipyards.

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Topics: Temporary Power, Safety, Shipyard, Ship repair, Shipyard Cable, Marine Maintenance, Shipyard maintenance


Posted by TPC Wire & Cable Corp. on May 9, 2019



Electrical tape is a common household item that can be used for more than simply insulating electrical wires. The wide variety of uses and applications requires a product that can withstand a wide range of environments. Unfortunately, the simplicity of electrical tape can fall short in industrial applications. Electrical tape relies on adhesive and adhesive fails in dirty, oily and high temperature conditions. Regular electrical tape is also thin which requires substantially more tape in order to get any level of dielectric strength or abrasion protection. The quality of tape can mean be difference between a safe fix and a severe problem.

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Topics: Maintenance, Environments, Products, Safety, Oil & Gas, Ship maintenance


Posted by TPC Team on July 28, 2015



Global specialist distributor and worldwide exporter, Thorne & Derrick International (T&D), recently featured a TPC Wire & Cable contributed article about heat tracing electrical cables for frost protection of water pipework.

Consequences of frost damaged water services can go from inconvenient to catastrophic in an instant.

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Topics: Reducing Downtime, Products, Safety


Posted by TPC Team on July 17, 2015



To modernize your plant, revamping and debottlenecking (increasing capacity) restores competitiveness and allows your facility to fulfill demanding market requirements regardless of industry. Pinpointing and removing existing bottlenecks will help to achieve optimal results between your investment costs and plant output, thus increasing the quality, quantity and safety of your products. 

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Topics: Engineering, Utility Industry, Manufacturing, Safety

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