Feenan likens the compactor's aversion to wire wrap
to several design aspects.
It was acquired in 1952 by Essex Wire & Cable, which converted it to extrusion of black vinyl tape for wire wrap
The PEARLabel[TM] 270 and 360 use durable thermal transfer printing technology on K-Sun LABELShop[R] heat shrink tube, wire wrap
, cable flag, adhesive tape, iron-on fabric, magnetic, reflective, photoluminescent and many more specialty supplies.
Thin polyolefin foams have been made for decades for decorative ribbons, wire wrap
, and sleeve-type labels.
The 2' wide wire wraps
around the exterior and the 4' wire covers the top.
The materials are used in a wide variety of electronics applications, including PCBs, batteries, power supplies, auto under-the-hood and interiors, and wire wraps
Notice how each wire wraps
around the others and how they are arranged in the plastic retaining clips.
According to Ticona, the material's chemical and thermal stability give it advantages over polypropylene, polyester, and aramid papers in water and air filtration, wire wraps
, and other industrial uses.
It is particularly suited for plastics because it creates heavier bales by compacting against a steel wall and offers multiple wire wraps
to hold the bale together.
Among the innovative features developed by the company are flexible blades for sensitive skin, microfine wire wraps
for safety, ultraglide strips for comfort, and precisely engineered handles for balance and control.