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We manufacture plastic resins and compound for wires and cabel for all operating conditions including to make them strong, durable, and safe for uesrs.

We aim to contribute to the success of our customers based on strong innovation, concentrating on quality and efficiency, technical service and a global manufacturing platform.

We continue to develop the best quality product to serve the business trends and consumer lifestyle to be more functional and sustainable.

Wires and Cables Product Segment

Wire and cable product segments are divided into and for 2 main applications which are power cable and telecommunication cable.

Power Cable Segment

  1. Low Voltage Cable

    Low-voltage (< 1kV) power cables, these cables have an outer sheathed plastic layer which is made of PVC or LLDPE black compound and the cable insulation layer is made of Silane XLPE compound

    Low voltage power cable
  2. Medium Voltage Cable

    Medium voltage power cable (1 kV to 35 kV), this type of cable will use MDPE black compound or HDPE black compound for cable jacketing or outer sheath for environment resistance and to prevent damage during installation.

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Fiber Optic Cable

  1. Fiber Optic Cable Jacketing

    Fiber optic cable jacketing is typically coated with HDPE black compound for environment resistance while the cable is used.

    Fiber optic cable Jacketing

Types of Wires and Cables

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Fiber Optic Cable Jacketing

Fiber optic cable jacketing is typically coated with HDPE black compound for environment resistance while the cable is used.

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Low Voltage Cable

Low voltage power cable (< 1 kV), this type of cable will use LLDPE black compound or MDPE black compound or HDPE black compound for cable jacketing or outer sheath for environment resistance and to prevent damage during installation.

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Medium Voltage Cable

Medium voltage power cable (1 kV to 35 kV), this type of cable will use MDPE black compound or HDPE black compound

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International Standard Compliances by GRADE
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FAQ Troubleshooting for Wires and Cables Product

  1. Q : Temperature of polymer melt too low

    A :
    1. Increase extruder temperature profile
    2. Increase die temperature

  2. Q : Poor polymer melt quality

    A :
    1. Adjust temperature profile
    2. Adjust screw speed
    3. Use finer screen pack

  3. Q : Small bubbles in the surface, due to Excessive moisture in the raw material.

    A :
    1. Use materials from sealed, undamaged containers
    2. Pre-dry materials before use in dehumidified tray oven
    3. Use hopper-dryer

  4. Q : Cavities due to air bubbles insulating the cable from water in the cooling bath.

    A : Remove bubbles from cable surface by stirring water or passing through a rubber shield wiping them off.

  5. Q : Poor die design

    A : Decrease die land length / increase drawdown

  6. Q : Die misalignment

    A : Align the face of die

  7. Q : Heater(s)/Controls not working properly

    A : Check thermocouples and heater bands

  8. Q : Surging

    A :
    - Check drive performance or check unitmechanical/electrical
    - Use screw with longer feed or metering section
    - Decrease extrusion rate or die temperature
    - Use more restrictive screen pack to increase back pressure

  1. Q : Temperature of Polymer Melt too low

    A :
    1. Increase extruder temperature profile
    2. Increase die temperature

  2. Q : Clogged screen packs

    A :
    1. Clean screen pack
    2. Replace if necessary

  3. Q : Heater(s)/Controls not working properly

    A : check thermocouples and heater bands

  1. Q : Incorrect temperature profile

    A : Reduce temperature profile

  2. Q : Die Design

    A : Decrease die land

  3. Q : Screen pack clogged

    A : Change screens/determine source of dogging

  4. Q : Screen pack too fine

    A : Use coarser screens or reduce number

  1. Q : Conductor too cold

    A : Preheat conductor

  2. Q : Too rapid cooling

    A : Use hot water in cooling trough as per recommendations

  1. Q : Excessive moisture in materials

    A :
    1. Use materials from sealed, undamaged containers
    2. Pre-dry materials before use in dehumidified tray oven
    3. Use hopper-dryer

  2. Q : High polymer melt temperature

    A : Verify/reduce temperature profile

  3. Q : Old raw materials

    A : Verify production date

  4. Q : Excessive residence time

    A : Increase screw RPM/check for bridging in feed section

  5. Q : Scorched material

    A : Inspect / clean tooling and extruder