Bergen answers frequently asked questions about its Safety Cable productApril 7, 2021 REDWIRE is news you can use from leading suppliers. Powered by FRASERS.
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In the 1980s, General Electric Aircraft Engines teamed up with Bergen Cable to develop a unique new Safety Cable product. More than three decades later, this solution is one of Bergen’s most successful and recognized offerings, having revolutionized the cable industry. Safety Cable is the preferred choice of organizations in various sectors.
Due to its popularity, especially in the aerospace market, Safety Cable prompts many customer questions – several of which are answered on the Bergen website.
Compliance with strict SAE specifications
Because it is safe and easy to use, this Safety Cable product is popular in the aerospace, military, and power-generation industries. It has benefited such high-profile corporations as Boeing, Rolls Royce, and even NASA. Here are Bergen’s answers to nine of the most frequently asked questions:
1) In what material is Safety Cable available?
Bergen Cable manufactures its Safety Cable product most commonly out of 321 stainless steel. Sometimes, the company uses 304 stainless steel, and Inconel 600 and 625 are used for high-temperature applications.
2) Does Bergen repair Safety Cable tools?
Yes – the sales department can be contacted easily for info.
3) Can workers use Safety Cable with another company’s tools?
Yes. This cable is made in compliance with strict SAE specifications, so they are usable with other tools.
4) How often should users calibrate these tools?
The end user must set the tool calibration schedule
5) Is Safety Cable available in standard lock-wire diameters?
Yes, in 0.022, 0.032, and 0.04 diameters.
6) Can one use a piece of Safety Cable a second time?
Cutting a piece of this cable can compromise its integrity.
7) Can one buy Safety Cable tool components?
Individual components for this tool are not available.
8) Is it possible to buy different-sized Safety Cable tool noses?
Bergen does not sell individual tool noses, so a customer has to buy a separate tool if a different nose length is required.
9) How is Safety Cable packaged and sold?
It is packaged in bundles of 50, so clients always have to order this cable in denominations of 50.
For more information, contact Bergen.