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Cable Giant Southwire equips first pl...

by wireworld on 12/17/2014 - 06:08 pm
Tags: Press Releases, Projects

As a part of its cross-group switchover to SAP’s ERP system, US cable manufacturer Southwire has decided to install ADVARIS Cable MES. In August the manufacturing execution system by ADVARIS Informationssysteme GmbH went live in the first Southwire cable factory in Mineral Wells, Texas. Here, Southwire produces industrial cables for a wide range of applications. ADVARIS MES is a core component of “ADVARIS Cable”, the integrated operations management system for length-based manufacturers. The installation of ADVARIS Cable MES is a pilot project for the subsequent installation in all the North American market leader’s cable plants. Installation was preceded by an exhaus ...

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Nexans’ Deepest Power Umbilicals inst...

by wireworld on 12/17/2014 - 05:59 pm
Tag: Projects

At a water depth of 2,100 meters, the Chevron-operated Jack and St. Malo oil and gas fields are the deepest installation to date for Nexans’ innovative power umbilicals that integrate HV power supply and umbilical functions within a single cable cross-section. The Jack and St. Malo fields are located within 25 miles (40 km) of each other approximately 280 miles (450 km) south of New Orleans, Louisiana. The project comprises of three subsea centers tied back to a hub production facility with a capacity of 170,000 barrels of oil and 42.5 million cubic feet of natural gas per day.

Nexans’ specialized cable and umbilical manufacturing facilities in Halden, Norway, have designed and ...

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Abengoa Nets $24.7mn Oman Power Trans...

by wireworld on 12/17/2014 - 05:42 pm
Tag: Projects

The project, which features an electrical substation and a related transmission line, will allow part of the energy consumed in Oman's south west to be delivered in a sustainable way.

Abengoa will implement the project in consortium with its Omani partner Sarooj. The works are expected to be finished within 18 months.

The companies will procure, build, test and commission the Al Dreez 132/33 kV electrical substation and the related 132 kV transmission line.

The new 24km line will link the new substation with the existing substation in Ibri.

The project is part of OETC's investment plans to strengthen and expand the electricity network in Oman. In the past ten years it has built over 25,0 ...

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Prysmian Secures € 90 M Contract for ...

by wireworld on 12/17/2014 - 05:38 pm
Tags: Product Release, Projects

Prysmian Group has been awarded a contract by the Filipino grid operating company NGCP (National Grid Corporation of the Philippines) worth a total of around Euro 90 million for the design, supply, installation, and commissioning of a submarine power cable link to connect Negros and Panay islands in the Philippines. The Negros-Panay connection project, known as CNP-1 (Cebu-Negros-Panay phase 1), is the first stage of a larger development plan by NGCP, aimed at connecting the Cebu, Negros and Panay islands to each other and at strengthening the Country’s power transmission network. The submarine cable link will be one of the main assets to play a core role in this plan as it will back u ...

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Sumitomo Electric Lightwave Introduce...

by wireworld on 12/10/2014 - 06:37 pm
Tag: Product Release

Sumitomo Electric Lightwave has announced the introduction of its new dry Flexible Indoor Plenum Rated Ribbon Cable, the industry’s first with up to 432 fibers.

Sumitomo Electric Lightwave engineers designed the cables to improve fiber density and ease of installation in the enterprise network. The 432 fiber plenum cable has a diameter of only .850 inches for space savings within data center and network applications.

For improved ease of installation, the new plenum ribbon cable features a dry central tube design for fast, no mess, splicing plus a non-preferential bend axis. Its all dielectric cable construction eliminates the need for grounding or bonding.

As with all 4th Lev ...

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Maillefer's Fantastic News for Rubber...

by wireworld on 12/10/2014 - 06:31 pm
Tag: Product Release

Would you like to significantly cut costs in your medium voltage rubber cable production? With Continuous Type Change (CTC) it is possible. The principle idea of CTC is to change tooling for the next product without stopping the line.

It is well known that type changes take time when they are done in the conventional way. By installing CTC into your crosshead, enables type changes in a blink of an eye. Not only a great deal of valuable time is saved but also material and energy. Conventional type changes always require hours of down time and piles of scrap material, but type changes with CTC requires only minutes and nearly nonexistent cable loss.

CTC is already widely used in XLPE medium ...

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BT completes Scottish Super-fast Subm...

by wireworld on 12/09/2014 - 05:37 pm
Tag: Projects

BT has completed a submarine broadband cable project in Scotland, claiming it has been hailed as the most complex underwater engineering challenge ever undertaken by the telco. The installation included 250 miles of fibre optic cabling across 20 seabed crossings.

The subsea deployment is part of a wider, £410 million programme named Digital Scotland Superfast Broadband project. The aim of the project is to build a fibre network to bring broadband to 84% of the Scottish islands and highlands by 2016.

“Today marks an incredibly important step in the completion of the most complex ever underwater engineering that Scotland has seen,” Deputy First Minister, John Swinney said. ...

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Handan Steel Develops 5.5 mm High Car...

by wireworld on 12/09/2014 - 05:32 pm
Tag: Press Releases

Handan Steel, a subsidiary of Hebei Steel Group, has successfully produced 102 tonnes of 5.5 mm high carbon wire rod SWRH82B, with all specifications meeting technical requirements for exports. In order to expand its share in global market, the steelmaker has strengthened efforts in the R&D of high carbon wire rod. SWRH82B high carbon wire rod is mainly used in manufacturing of high strength spring wire.

Corning to Acquire Samsung Electronic...

by wireworld on 12/06/2014 - 09:55 pm
Tags: Acquisitions, Press Releases

Corning Incorporated announced that it has reached a definitive agreement with Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd. to acquire its fiber optics business.

The terms of the agreement were not released. The acquisition is expected to be completed by the end of the first quarter of 2015, subject to customary closing conditions, including receipt of regulatory approvals.

Samsung is a trusted provider of optical fiber and cable for customers in South Korea, China and Southeast Asia. When complete, the acquisition will augment Corning’s market access and enhance its broad portfolio of optical communications products in Asia. Corning will integrate Samsung’s fiber optic business, with manufac ...

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Nexans’ Direct Electrical Heating Sys...

by wireworld on 12/04/2014 - 05:23 pm
Tag: Projects

Statoil, on behalf of Wintershall, has signed a contract with Nexans for the supply of Direct Electrical Heating (DEH) technology. The DEH riser will connect the Kristin and Maria fields in the Norwegian Sea with the Kristin platform, ensuring the constant flow through pipelines.

The delivery, worth approximately €13 million, will replace an existing DEH riser cable from the Kristin platform. The new riser cable will connect the Kristin platform with a subsea connection box, and will contain four cores to enable the operation of one DEH line to the Kristin field and one to the Maria field.

Direct electrical heating (DEH) is a flow assurance method used on many pipelines. The method is ...

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