MRO Magazine

BC electrical distributor takes on high-current equipment


October 13, 2015
By Bill Roebuck

Delta, BC – Intercon Enterprises Inc. reports that Druseidt electrical products are now available to North American customers. In business before 1890, the Druseidt electrical company is well-known throughout Europe, Scandinavian countries and other corners of the world. Druseidt’s full company name is Paul Druseidt Elektrotechnische Spezialfabrik GmbH & Co. KG. It is based in Remscheid, Germany.

The Druseidt line targets OEMs, MROs and distributors in the electrical and power generating industries. The company has ISO 9001:2008 Accreditation and UL Certified Approval for its high-current equipment. This includes but is not limited to: flexible, laminated & braided connectors; solderless terminals; welded copper and aluminum (bimetallic) components; air- and water-cooled high-current cables; busbars and busbar components; ground and neutral busbars; universal conductor terminals and other proprietary equipment.

A unique product offering for high-current equipment is the single- and double-insulated copper cables, which have the industry’s highest flexibility for high-current transfer, are free of halogens, are self-extinguishing, and have good UV and ozone stability. Due to the reinforced thickness of the cable’s insulating material, they are suitable up to a voltage of 3.6/6.0 kV. Cables are tested at 10 kV. They also have a continuous-duty temperature resistance of -58°F to 356°F (-50°C to 180°C), including short spikes from +482°F to 572°F (+250°C to 300°C).

For more information, contact Intercon Enterprises Inc.