Tangle-Free Packaging Innovations
Sometimes known as a "pull box" package, REELEX® is a patented method of winding cable or any cord-like product in such a way as to result in a reel-less, self supporting coil. This unique coil dispenses from the inside-out without twists, tangles, snags or overruns.
Sold under various brand names by the world's leading wire and cable manufacturers, REELEX has become the standard packaging system for "last-mile" lengths of structured cabling such as Category 5e, Category 6, and Coaxial cables, and is quickly becoming the preferred package for many other types of products like fiber optics, building wire, plastic tubing, and more.
ProFlex™ is an innovative new package combining the benefits of a shrink-wrap package with an integrated handle...read more
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REELEX Introduction Video
CCCA is the voice of the structured cabling industry. Leading manufacturers of cable and connectivity products, distributors, and material suppliers have joined together in CCCA to inform, educate and provide thought leadership on vital issues and topics.
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The Wire and Cable Industry Suppliers Association® is a nonprofit corporate membership association with approximately 90 North American suppliers of machinery, materials and accessories used for making all types of wire and cable. Members are based in or have an established subsidiary in North America.
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Founded in 1970, the International Wire & Machinery Association is the world's largest and most influential corporate membership Association for the wire, cable and wire product industries with a primary function to promote new technology and growth.
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The Wire Association International (WAI), Inc., founded in 1930, is a worldwide technical society for wire and cable industry professionals that is governed by volunteers from around the world. Based in Guilford, Connecticut, USA, WAI promotes, collects, and disseminates technical, manufacturing, and general business information to the ferrous, nonferrous, electrical, fiber optic, and fastener segments of the wire and cable industry.
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