What We Make
Primary insulation, applied directly onto conductors, are generally hard insulations that will resist deformation and damage possible during cabling or other subsequent processing operations ensuring a high measure of quality both for safety considerations and electrical performance. Typical primary insulation stocked at New England Wire include polyolefin, PVC, polyester, fluoropolymer and silicone rubber, each with their own unique characteristics.
Jacket insulation compounds are typically more flexible materials chosen to best suit the end application—again, each with their own unique properties. Among the compounds stocked by New England Wire are PVC, polyurethane, thermoplastic elastomer, silicone rubber, polyester and fluoropolymers.
Depending upon your specific application, our technical staff can recommend the best insulation or combination of insulation for cables whether micro-miniature (<.001” in diameter) or very large (> 4 ½“ in diameter).
About Our Engineers
Innovative solutions start with an experienced team of engineers, armed with the latest design tools and technology. Our focus on understanding the individual, complex challenges of our customers and designing solutions that fit, is why we have been trusted as the industry leader for over 100 years.