Auto Marine Showcases new OCEANFLEX® Range at METS 2014
Industry leader Auto Marine is the UK’s largest low voltage manufacturer of high quality cables and a distributor of electrical components and accessories throughout the automotive and marine sectors.
Auto Marine will be exhibiting at The Marine Equipment Trade Show (METS), heldannually at the RAI Exhibition Centre in Amsterdam, Holland (stand 03.510). The three day exhibition, running from 18-20 November, is the world’s largest exhibition of equipment, materials and systems for the international marine leisure industry.
Auto Marine will be showcasing our state-of-the-art OCEANFLEX® product range. OCEANFLEX® Cable is a tinned thin wall low voltage wiring cable designed for use in harsh environments, the copper strands are tin plated, which makes this cable more resistant to corrosion.
In harsh environments low voltage copper cables corrode over time, the copper oxidises turning black and in salt water environments copper forms a carbonate layer (turquoise). Both these elements cause the cable to have a decreased electrical conductivity which eventually weakens the cable and causes electrical faults and failures.
OCEANFLEX® has been specifically designed to combat these problems. The copper conductors have been tin plated to that they are highly resistant to corrosion over short or longer periods of time whether caused by moisture, water or salt water. OCEANFLEX® cables have a much greater life span compared to standard cables which in turn results in lower repair/maintenance costs and reduced down time due to failures.
Ideally suited for general wiring in the Automotive and Marine industries where there is exposure to water, typical applications include:- boats, rally cars and off road vehicles.
OCEANFLEX® is the perfect choice, when designing, building repairing or changing low voltage electrical wiring in harsh environments.
To learn more about this innovative product please visit our stand 03.510 at METS 2014, at the RAI Exhibition Centre, Amsterdam, Holland from November 18th to 20th.
For further information, please contact Sharon Waknine on 0161 875 2480 or
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