okonite

okonite

[′ō·kə‚nīt]
(materials)
Insulating material made from the vulcanization of ozokerite and resin with rubber and sulfur.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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(USA), Ericson (Sweden), General Cable (USA), J-Power Systems (Japan), Kerite Company (USA), LS Cable & System Corporation (South Korea), Nexans (Norway), NKT Holdings (Denmark), The Okonite Company (USA), Prysmian Group (Italy), and Qingdao Hanhe Cable Co.
Steel, the Okonite Co., and Astro Wire, all in Worcester, and as a splicer at Riverdale Mills, Northbridge.
The two EPDM cables were manufactured by Okonite Co., and were single cable strands from a multi-cable system.
Okonite was the successful bidder based on cost and their ability to meet the service requirements of the contract.
The Okonite company provides technical training to each utility's line crews on the proper handling, and cable Preparation for termination.
Demore was a foreman for 19 years at the former Okonite Company in Worcester.