Monday, 3 October 2011

Cable Harnessing


Cable Harnessing also known as cable harness, cable harnesses, cable assembly and cable looms is a group of cables that transmit operating currents or informational signals. Cable harnessing is tied together by cable ties, clamps or conduit.

Cables harnessing is commonly used in automobiles but it is also used in construction machinery and aircrafts. Some of these wires are extremely long and if stretched out could stretch over many kilometres if fully extended. Binding the wires together helps secure them against adverse effects of vibrations, abrasions and moisture. Constricting the wires also helps optimise use of space and the risk of a short is reduced.

Cabling harnessing is normally designed to accurate bespoke electrical requirements.