EB-flex™, new, standard welding cable exceeds NEMA Class K rating. The cable is made from fine gage, annealed copper wire per ASTM B3, providing excellent flexibility and long life. The rubber insulating jacket is Electron Beam cross-linked for strength and durability.
Sizes available: 6 AWG through 4/0 at Low, Factory Direct - to - You Pricing. All cables are shipped the next day from our warehouse in Illinois for Fast Delivery. No price penalty for small quantity: Call, Fax, or E-mail today for current prices.
March 10 through March 14, 2014 EB-flex™
1g at $ 1.30 per foot*
* Special pricing available for up to first 500' or less of order of specified size.
Balance quantity over 500' at current Electron Beam pricing. No futures or blanket orders. Limited to stock on hand.
cable for MIG/
inert gas/metal active
(gas metal arc welding),
(flux cored arc welding)
Plasma cutting torches
are enhanced with
the use of composite
designs are custom
made to specific needs
and sold to original
Electron Beam Technologies
will customize the
to your specifications.
Electron Beam Technologies has three electron beam irradiation facilities which are capable of producing electron beam energies from 425,000 volts up to 1,500,000 volts.
Electron Beam Irradiation Service to specification is available for all continuous product such as insulated wire, jacketed cable, tubing, and hose. Sensitive material handling equipment allows line tensions as low as 250 grams for processing delicate medical tubing.
Many polymers can be irradiation cross-linked for improved physical properties and end use performance. Compounds of Hypalon, Neoprene, Chlorinated Polyethylene, Polyurethane, and EPDM are readily cross-linked or thermoset using electron beam irradiation. Plastics such as Polyethylene, PVC, and Polyurethane, to name a few, can also be cross-linked with a high energy electron beam.
Irradiation service on any of our three electron beam systems is available by hourly contract for Research, Development, and Prototyping projects.
Irradiation Dosimetry is calibrated to National Institute of Standards and Technology.