Protecting Cables from Oil Damage

Protecting Cables from Oil Damage

Sponsored by Lapp Group

Many things can affect the life and performance of electrical cables, oil is one of the most damaging. Used as a coolant and lubricant in many industrial and infrastructure settings, oil can inflict molecular damage on the polymers used for cable insulation and jacketing. If ignored, oil damage to cables can be severe. It will ultimately result in cable failure, downtime and replacement costs.

Download our whitepaper to learn how oil degrades cables, how to diagnose oil exposure problems and how to select cables that can stand up to oils over the long haul.

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