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August 2017 eNewsletter

Read our August 2017 eNewsletter to learn about: Cable and Harness Assembly Watch a quick video about Harness Boards & Assembly Test Design Welcome new Midwest Region Sales Representative, John Sutcliffe Click on the image or click here to view the issue. Want to receive next month’s issue? Sign up for our eNewsletter today. [...]

By | August 17th, 2017|News|Comments Off on August 2017 eNewsletter

July 2017 eNewsletter

Read our July 2017 eNewsletter to learn about: Industries we support Harness, wire and cable components and assemblies Custom and standard design and manufacture Click on the image or click here to view the issue. Want to receive next month’s issue? Sign up for our eNewsletter today.

By | July 20th, 2017|News|Comments Off on July 2017 eNewsletter

Continuity Testing and Whitney Blake’s Leadership

Whitney Blake remains at the forefront of cable, cord, and harness design and testing because of our research and innovation engineering mindset and our relationship with testing industry leaders. For example, we not only employ Cirris Signature 1000R and 1100R+ testers for continuity testing, we also build custom testing systems specifically to our customer’s requirements. [...]

By | June 28th, 2017|Articles|0 Comments

5 Differences between Thermoplastic and Thermoset

How do you know if you need a thermoplastic or thermoset jacket on your cable or cord? Thermosplastic—also known as PVC/urethane-based jackets—and thermoset jackets—also known as neoprene or rubber based—offer different characteristics that may be important for your application. The prefix “thermo” highlights the difference in the way each material responds to heat. You can [...]

By | June 28th, 2017|Articles|0 Comments

SVO, SJOW, SOW: Understanding the UL Codes

All of Whitney Blake’s cords and cables come with an Underwriters Laboratory (UL) letter code that helps to identify their potential uses and capabilities—important information if you are wondering if a cable or cord is appropriate for your application. The letters reflect the way the cord or cable is constructed, including the working voltage, type [...]

By | June 27th, 2017|Articles|0 Comments

June 2017 eNewsletter

Read our June eNewsletter to learn about: Tuff-Seal capabilities Benefits of using Tuff-Seal Request a Quote Click on the image or click here to view the issue. Want to receive next month’s issue? Sign up for our eNewsletter today.

By | June 23rd, 2017|News|0 Comments

May 25, 2017 eNewsletter

Read our May 25th eNewsletter to learn about: A Memorial Day thank you message to our past and present servicemen and women. Watch our video about Engineering for the U.S. Military Facts about our History Click on the image or click here to view the issue. Want to receive next month’s issue? Sign up for [...]

By | May 30th, 2017|News|0 Comments

May 2017 eNewsletter

May 2017 – Read our May eNewsletter to learn about: Our Facilities Newly released Wire, Cable and Harnesses Catalog New Video about Cable & Cord Products Click on the image or click here to view the issue. Want to receive next month’s issue? Sign up for our eNewsletter today.

By | May 5th, 2017|News|0 Comments

March 2017 eNewsletter

March 2017 – Read our March eNewsletter to learn: Fire-Tuff - the industry's first and only 500 degree F fire-rated flexible cord and cable Case Study about firefighter benefits Watch a test simulation video Click on the image or click here to view the issue. Want to receive next month’s issue? Sign up for our eNewsletter today. [...]

By | March 17th, 2017|News|0 Comments

February 2017 eNewsletter

February 2017 – Read our February eNewsletter to learn: What is Innovation Engineering? Why we believe it's critical to our customer's success. How the process works. Click on the image or click here to view the issue. Want to receive next month’s issue? Sign up for our eNewsletter today.

By | February 16th, 2017|News|0 Comments
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