For our braided and non-braided flex, the minimum order quantity (MOQ) is 10m. We usually sell our cable in drums of 100m but have alternative price breaks at 50m, 25m and 10m respectively. Prices available upon request.
For our lamps, fittings and accessories, the MOQ is 1 unit.
Yes. Almost every type of cable can be braided, provided the dimensions fit within the constraints of our braiding machines.
We can also produce custom cables, manufactured to a customer’s design specification. These jobs will be priced as a made-to-order job.
Contact us with your design requirements for a quote.
Applying heat shrink, adhesive tape or superglue are effective methods for securing the braid when the cable is cut. This can usually be concealed within the fittings.
In Class I appliances, the user is protected by basic insulation and an earth connection. This provides two levels of protection between the user and the electrical current. If any of the following apply, it is a Class I appliance:
In Class II appliances, two layers of insulation protect the user, therefore Class II appliances are known as Double Insulated. These appliances do not require a separate earth connection. The following apply to Class II appliances:
3 core cable is comprised of live, neutral and earth conductors, suitable for ‘Appliance Class I’ (connectivity to earth).
2 core cable is comprised of live and neutral conductors only, suitable for ‘Appliance Class II’ (no connectivity to earth).
It is important to check your Appliance Class with your qualified electrical contractor.
See ‘What is the difference between Appliance Class I and II?’ for more information.