Telsonic Wire Splicing Systems Gain Popularity
For many, the traditional methods of joining or splicing wires have been soldering or resistance welding. These well-established processes have proven to be a reliable and trusted solution to many applications. Resistance welding is still often the preferred solution in applications where stainless steel or nickel are being used, or where the wire bundle may be very small. The potential drawbacks from the resistance welding process however include the heat generated, which may have an adverse effect on the mechanical properties of the material being joined, and high electrode wear which requires regular attention from operators or maintenance personnel. Whilst soldering is a good solution for many applications, there are limitations to this process in areas where higher temperatures could pose a risk to the overall integrity of the joint.
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