Electric Cables

Edgar Electrical Supplies can supply and deliver a full range of domestic and industrial cables including:

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Control cables: SY, YY, CY, LiYCY, Arctic Grade flex, Tri-rated cables
Elastomerics: H07RN-F, H07BN4-F, 0361 TQ, 657 TQ, 658 TQ
Power cables: 6943/6944 XLPE and LSF (SWA), NYY-J, NYM-J, N2XH,
Twin and Earth and other domestic cables
Instrumentation cables: BS5308, Defence Spec, Belden Equivalents
Telecomms cables: CW1308, CW1128, CW1128/1198, CW1600, JY-ST-Y
Specialist control cables: Highly Flexible YY, NYSLY, Oil Resistant Control Flex
PVC And Neoprene Rubber Flatform cables
Crane and robotic cables: NSHTOU, Pendant Flex, Robot/Chain PVC & PUR Polyurethene cables
High temperature cables: SIF, SIF/GL, SIHF Silicone Rubber cables
Coil End Lead, and Retractable Leads
Wind Farm Cables

Automotive Cables

Edgar Electrical Supplies can supply and deliver a full range of autmotive cables including:

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Thin Wall Single Core Auto cables
Thin Wall 2 Core Auto cables (Flat Twin) and (Round Twin)
Thin Wall 3,4,5,7,8,10 and 13 Core Auto cables
PVC Single Core Auto cables
PVC 2 Core Auto cables (Flat Twin) and (Round Twin)
PVC 2, 3, 4 ,5 and 7 Core Auto cables
PVC Flexible Battery and Starter cables
PVC Battery / Welding cables
Double Insulated Battery / Welding cables
Tinned Copper Earthing Braids
PVC High Tension Ignition cable
Rubber 2 and 3 Core Mains cable
ADR cables

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Now You Know

The first power distribution system developed by Thomas Edison in 1882 in New York City used copper rods, wrapped in jute and placed in rigid pipes filled with a bituminous compound. Although vulcanized rubber had been patented by Charles Goodyear in 1844, it was not applied to cable insulation until the 1880s, when it was used for lighting circuits (wikipedia)