Wire & Cable

Wire & Cable
Gallant and Wein provides wire and cable for a wide variety of uses. We have an extensive inventory, to meet any of your electrical, low voltage, communications, and life safety needs. We offer custom cable options like custom length cutting, striping, paralleling and stacking, all of which can contribute to enhanced performance and reduce costs. Electrical engineers designing a building must think about using the right cable for the project and our experienced experts are able to source cable from various top quality manufactures in order to fulfill your requirements.
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The wire and cable industry uses a variety of metal conductors, but the two most common are copper and aluminum. Conductors have different properties such as conductivity, tensile strength, weight and environmental exposure. It may not be clear cut whether to use aluminum over copper in every situation. Careful consideration must be made when weighing your options.
Cost of material, installation time, safety and overall maintenance must all be considered when determining which conductor is right for the job.The wire and cable industry uses a variety of metal conductors, but the two most common are copper and aluminum. Conductors have different properties such as conductivity, tensile strength, weight and environmental exposure. It may not be clear cut whether to use aluminum over copper in every situation. Careful consideration must be made when weighing your options. Cost of material, installation time, safety and overall maintenance must all be considered when determining which conductor is right for the job.
Should I use Copper or Aluminum?
The wire and cable industry uses a variety of metal conductors, but the two most common are copper and aluminum. Conductors have different properties such as conductivity, tensile strength, weight and environmental exposure. It may not be clear cut whether to use aluminum over copper in every situation. Careful consideration must be made when weighing your options. Cost of material, installation time, safety and overall maintenance must all be considered when determining which conductor is right for the job.
Should I use Fiber or Copper Cable?
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