Special Cables & Lines

Our Manufacturing Competence

for Your Special Cables & Lines

HEW-KABEL Sets Standards in Cable Manufacturing

From in-house wire drawing, electroplating and stranding to silicone compounding, modern, in-house developed and designed machinery allows us to implement all common, but also very special and patented manufacturing processes. For example, HEW-KABEL is now a world leader in the production and processing of high-quality PTFE tapes (such as our HEI-Tape®).

In cooperation with our customers we continuously develop new products, which are tested in our own laboratories under extreme conditions. In addition, continuous production monitoring is implemented in the production process, which ensures a high level of manufacturing and high product quality.

Cable design, material selection and procedures in the production process are designed individually in each case, in order to meet your requirements optimally with the cable design. In addition, we manufacture our products according to international standards.

We will be pleased to offer you a proven solution or develop a cable design together with you that is tailored specifically to your needs and requirements.

In over 50 years, we have developed numerous cable solutions. You can benefit from our experience, as well. Learn more.

Plastic Materials Cables

Materials

When designing the best possible cable for the customer, the choice of the right insulation and sheathing material plays a decisive key role. Thus, in addition to the requirements for the cable itself, external influences, mechanical stresses and chemical influences must also be considered.

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Material Properties

Material Properties

In cooperation with our customers, we develop individually designed cable assemblies, whereby the choice of materials also plays a key role. The materials meet a wide variety of requirements, which we can optimally match to your needs. 

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AWG Table

AWG Conversion Chart

In the North American economic area, the dimensions of copper conductors for high voltage and telecommunications purposes are usually given in AWG numbers*. In Germany, Europe and many other parts of the world, we speak of metric cross-sections in mm².

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