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EMI Shielding vs. Filtering for Electronics

As we surround ourselves with more and more electronic devices, we need to stay aware of electromagnetic interference (EMI). EMI can have consequences that range from a static-filled song on the radio to interruptions to advanced military and medical equipment. EMI plays a role in everything from the smartphone in your pocket and appliances in […]

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EMI Solutions for MRI Room Requirements 

The Food and Drug Administration approved magnetic resonance imaging, or MRI, machines for commercial sale in the 1980s, and by the end of the 1990s, more than 8,000 machines had conducted more than 20 million scans. While MRI machines are a noninvasive method for capturing 3-dimensional images of internal body tissue, electromagnetic interference, or EMI, can […]

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TOP NINE: Cable Entry Systems

Cable entry systems are a great solution when numerous cables need to be sent into the same panel. With a singular frame, installers and manufacturers can feed through anywhere from one to seventy-two different cables. Cable entry systems also allow for different types of cables to be fed into panels whether those be terminated or […]

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TOP NINE: Conduit Fittings

Conduit fittings are as important if not more important than the conduit itself. Fittings provide the secure connection between the conduit and the panel or box. With the right fitting you can achieve the necessary protection for your application, save time on installation and cut costs. FLEXAquick fittings are engineered to provide extremely quick and […]

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The Ultimate Guide to Cable Drag Chains

While the abundance of terms used to refer to cable drag chains can make choosing the right one a process, they all share the same purpose. With increasing automation in modern industry, these types of cable carriers have increased applications across various sectors — and they are even more crucial to operations. To ensure the […]

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How to Run a Conduit Through an Exterior Wall

Running wires to exterior features and secondary buildings is a common necessity for building owners. However, leaving exposed wires running along the outside of a home or building is never a safe idea. To protect these wires from the elements, many owners elect to run them through an exterior wall with a conduit for an […]

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Everything You Need to Know About Braided Cable Sleeves

If your industry relies on electrical cables, you likely require dependable cable protection. With so many products on the market, making the right choice can be complicated. When you’re considering braided cable sleeves, for instance, you’ll want to understand how they work, what protections they offer and the conditions and applications for which they are most […]

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The Importance of Cable Protection

If your business uses cables, reliable cable protection is vital to your productivity, safety and success. Your cables take a beating from environmental and operational stresses, yet they have little built-in protection to shield their thin wires and sheaths from damage. You need high-quality, heavy-duty buffers against impacts, sunlight, high temperatures, chemical exposure, moisture and […]

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High Temp / Heat-Resistant Braided Sleeving

Proper wire protection is essential in demanding work environments. That’s why at AerosUSA, we carry a broad selection of high temperature cable sleeving products for industrial applications. From military machinery to railway vehicles, there are many types of industrial equipment that need protection from the risks of extreme heat. If your organization operates in challenging environments or […]

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What Is Corrugated Conduit?

Cable and wire protection must combine many features for optimal performance. One of the most common cable protection challenges is the need for flexibility. That’s why AerosUSA maintains a massive inventory of corrugated conduits to suit any industry. Corrugated conduits incorporate ridges to allow for easy bending without unnecessary strain. The corrugation allows the conduit to […]

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