House wiring consists of an electrical wiring system that distributes energy to be used in equipment and appliances around the house. It also involves the proper installation and operation of the electrical outlets, switches, breakers, meter base and different electrical circuits.
2. What is aluminium cables and it's use?
Aluminium is the 2nd best conductor after copper, it is commonly used for main power cables like from transformers to Main power source of buildings. Comparative to copper this metal is 3 times cheaper that’s why it cost less to consumer. But there is drawback as it is 3 times cheaper than copper in the same way its current carrying capacity is also 3 times lower than copper. While you choose for Aluminium cables ask from expert first which size you need to be installed .
3. What is solar flexible dc wires?
Solar system runs on DC Voltage, Dc voltage means high in resistance, that’s why cables are specially designed for solar systems. Only flexible cables of class 5 copper conductors are used for solar.
4. What is flexible cables?
Flexible cables, or 'continuous-flex' cables, are electrical cables specially designed to cope with the tight bending radii and physical stress associated with moving applications,
5. What is coaxial cables?
Coaxial cable is commonly used by cable operators, telephone companies, and internet providers around the world to convey data, video, and voice communications to customers. It has also been used extensively within homes.
6. What is pair & internet cables?
Pair and internet cables are used for data transmission or telephone lines. Internet cables are also used for networking in offices.
7. What is multi-core domestic cables?
Multi cores cables includes 3 phase cables and also multiple cores cables which are manufactured on customer requirement. it has multiple application. Above 4 cores flexible cables are also called control cables. Any machine that perform multiple operations from single control are required control cables
8. What is difference between wire and cable?
The basic key difference between wires and cables is that a wire is a single conductor where as a cable is a group of conductors. ... And in case of cables, they run parallelly and are twisted or bonded together to form a single case. For the safety purpose, an inner and outer sheath is made.
9. What is the main feature or selling point of our product which differentiate us from our competitors?
For estore we have largest range of product to sell with finest quality with money back warranty, life time warranty for Gauges. for physical location we have premium quality at very low price.
10. How are we manufacturing this wires and cables and where is our facility?
We are located at BAND ROAD LAHORE, where we have Best machinery and lab test facilites.
11. What is difference between single core and two core?
Core means single wire. As cores increases no of wires increases.
12. What is oxygen free copper and what is it's benefits?
Oxygen free copper provide better conductivity, and provide rust and carbon resistance.
13. What is strands?
Each conductor called strand, wire may consist of multiple no of strands.
14. What is difference between 3/29 , 7/29 and 7/36 cables?
Different size of cables, which are used for different ampere ratings.
15. What is Conductor type and insulation type?
Conductor types are solid , flexible and tinned either solid or flexible.
16. What is DC resistance?
Two tyoes of resistance AC resistance and DC resistance . low voltage like battery called DC resistance.