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UL Certified Cable Harness

07.05.2015

Complete solution – from the manufacturing of the cable to the UL approved cable harness

For more than 65 years the cable manufacturer from the Lower Rhine delivers special and harnessed cables to national and international industries.

The advantage for the industry of such complete solutions is not only that we develop and produce special cables according to customer´s requirements but also the delivery of the pre-harnessed cable to the immediate connection at the final place of installation.

The SAB Bröckskes GmbH & Co. KG has completed its range of harnessed cables with the certification acc. to UL Standard Wiring Harness“ category ZPFW2 (UL)” and “ZPFW8 (Canada) and herewith strengthens its position as cable specialist for cable harness acc. to customer´s specification.

Whenever harnessed cables are produced as component part of a final product for the North American and Canadian market, an UL certified cable harness is necessary. With the UL certification SAB ensures the detailed traceability of individual components as for example cables, plugs or sleeves and offers highest planning reliability also with special harnessing products.

Underwriter Laboratories Inc. (UL), an independent American test and certification authority confirms the use of the materials and documents required by the final customer according to the UL certification for “Wiring Harness” acc. to ZPFW2 and ZPFW8. In the manufacturer´s  data base ( www.ul.com ) SAB is to listed under file no. E473226 as qualified and reliable  manufacturer.

The requirements for UL certified cable harness are controlled by external audits every three months in order to guarantee the high requirements of the UL standards. Besides our cables and harnessed  versions are tested in our own laboratory with regard to safety and reliability and are marked with the “Wiring Harness Label”.

On request SAB is able to manufacture cable harnessing products acc. to customer´s specification acc. to UL Wiring Harnesses ZPFW2 and ZPFW8 from the cable to the harness and offers broad advice.


About SAB
SAB, a leading manufacturer of cables worldwide founded in 1947. More than 60 years of experience in temperature measurement and control technique as well as in cable production have made a one man business a company with nearly 500 staff members. The strengths are not only the production of standard products but also the development and manufacturing of special products acc. to customers' specifications. Every year SAB manufactures more than 1500 special products on customer's request. The company provides their products in more than 40 countries of the world.


Kontakt
Sacir Adrovic
adrovic@sab-broeckskes.de
Tel. 02162/898146
Fax 02162/898147
www.sab-cable.com 

SAB Bröckskes GmbH & Co. KG Telefon: +49 (2162) 898 146
Grefrather Straße 204-212 b Telefax: +49 (2162) 898 147
D-41749 Viersen http://www.sab-worldwide.com

Sacir Adrovic | SAB Bröckskes GmbH & Co. KG

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