Appliances surround us and have continuously evolved to create efficiency in the fast-paced, growing world we live in. As the demand for speedy production and application times increases, the quality and assurance of functionality is essential. The Zippertubing® Company provides adequate solutions to meet the needs of various applications for special environments, regulations, special conditions, and any other custom need. An important capability of Zippertubing® is our ability to create custom sizes and lengths of almost all of our materials. This saves your company time and money when installing large amounts and many varieties of parts. Rather than sizing, marking, cutting, crimping, or whatever operations are carried out to make a standard part fit, we can provide a solution that is ready-to-go for installation in a production environment, which can increase your company's throughput in a production environment.
As with the electronics and computer industry, appliance manufacturers often need to comply with FCC regulations regarding radiated emissions, or CE if selling in Europe. During initial product design and testing, issues can be uncovered that yield the need for additional abrasion protection or EMI shielding. We can quickly produce custom wraps, covers, or shields to be added to these parts to get them back in order. In addition, the manufacturing facilities where the appliances are made could also benefit from using Zippertubing® products. The production lines, specialty robotics, and heavy machinery are sure to benefit greatly with the use of our wire bundling or EMI shielding products.
The Zippertubing® Company creates custom products for the appliance industry to comply with the standards and special regulations for production. In addition, appliance repair personnel often contend with issues of abrasion and damaged wires, where our proven solutions such as our wrap-around heat-shrink products could be useful by saving them time and money on repair issues.
Why use Zippertubing's Cable Management products in the Appliance Industry?