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RX8 breaker at HP project
July 2014
A rig-mounted hydraulic breaker from Chicago Pneumatic is playing a vital role in an ambitious trenching project to lay telecoms cables in Himachal Pradesh.
HD Security
June 2014
Finolex Cables has introduced a range of CCTV cable wires. These wires utilise the latest technology of gas injected physical foaming. The conductor for this cable is of a solid bare copper type that offers low resistance and lower attenuation.
Surecross wireless application note
May 2014
Monitoring the temperature of a kiln or oven isn´t difficult, unless it is a rotating kiln. Taking measurements on rotating equipment-such as a kiln or rotary table-usually requires a complex and expensive system of cabling. Even taking precautions and using specialised equipment doesn´t eliminate cable tangles and breaks, making the monitoring of rotating or moving equipment an ideal application for a wireless sensor such as Surecross.
Development of switchyard at Baharampur
April 2014
Tenders are invited for development of switchyard, construction of cable trench with pathways etc at Gar- Baharampur 33/11 KV Sub-station under Baharampur D zone. Completion period: 5 months.
Undersea cable link to Andamans
April 2014
The Central government has proposed an undersea cable link to Andaman and Nicobar's nine main islands at an estimated cost of Rs 800 crore to improve telecommunications connectivity.
Apar uniflex cables division inching towards progress
March 2014
Our transformer and specialty oil segment and the cable divisions have shown significant volume growth; however, the conductor division faced some impact of slowdown though they did quite well on the export front. The overall performance of the company is quite similar to previous year. The Uniflex Cable division has been performing consistently better during last 5 years (since Apar took over its management in 2008 and later the company merged with Apar).
About 90 per cent of what we sell in India is manufactured locally
March 2014
With forecasts from analysts that the electrical equipment market in India is set to grow at a CAGR of 13.38 per cent from 2013 to 2018, the country is certainly on the global radar. Legrand, a global specialist in electrical and digital building

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