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Positive ID of conductors in premise cable lives up to its name

The system of marking the conductor with the colour of its mate has been upgraded by Superior Essex from the common industry practice of indistinct inked-on, widely spaced band marks to a comprehensiv...


April 1, 2003  


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The system of marking the conductor with the colour of its mate has been upgraded by Superior Essex from the common industry practice of indistinct inked-on, widely spaced band marks to a comprehensive colouring of the entire conductor.

Band marks that only appear every inch or so suffer from poor colour quality and can be rubbed off during installation. By contrast, ColorTip is an integral part of the insulating layer, the company says, and can save time during installation and test certification, and insure correct terminations each and every time.

Superior Essex

Atlanta, Ga.


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