Cadmium-free wires: High tensile strength and environmentally friendly
Nexans to present its range of Cd-free wires at the wire trade fair in Düsseldorf, which will take place from 12-16 April, 2010. You can find us at stand B42 in hall 09
Bramsche/Neunburg vorm Wald, April 12, 2010 - Nexans Deutschland GmbH is offering users, who require a material with a particularly high mechanical loadability, an environmentally friendly solution with its wires based on cadmium-free copper alloys. Nexans markets qualities in Germany, which withstand high mechanical loading and satisfy European regulations – the use of cadmium in wires and cables has been banned in the EU. Due to the property mix of the copper alloys, they are used, for example, in the automotive industry or by the military – both examples of application areas, in which a long service life, reliability and uncompromising safety rank among the primary objectives.
Nexans takes into account the individual requirements by means of different diameters. Similar to standard copper wires, Cd-free alloys are also available in different cross-sections down to a wire diameter of 0.05 mm. In this connection, the quality processes and machines of the Nexans plants in Bramsche and Neunburg vorm Wald guarantee consistently high quality from the first to the last metre of every batch.
About Nexans Germany
Nexans Germany is one of the leading cable manufacturers in Europe. The company is offering an extensive range of high performance cables, systems, and components for the telecommunications and energy sectors, rounded off by superconducting materials and components, Cryoflex transfer systems and special machinery for the cable industry. Producing at manufacturing plants with 6.240 employees in Germany and abroad, the sales in 2008 amounts to approx. 936 Mio Euro. The full integration into the Nexans Group Nexans Germany also benefits from excellent opportunities to use the available synergies in all corporate fields, which not only applies to worldwide projects but also to research and development, the exchange of know how, and to other areas. More information on