Corrosion

How Does Waterproofing Work?

Waterproofing is the process of giving an object, such as a cable, waterproof or water resistant properties. How does waterproofing work for cables? It’s simple — the cable is reinforced with a thick and sturdy material that prevents water penetration, even under pressure. Commonly used water-resistant materials for cable jackets include thermoplastic chlorinated polyethylene (CPE),… Read more »

What Does “Corrosion Resistant” Mean?

Corrosion is the gradual decay of a material caused by oxidation, chemical reactions, and other influencers. Corrosion resistance is one of the many benefits to working with electrical components like MIL-SPEC connectors and NATO connectors/plugs. When you work with wires, cables, and other types of electrical equipment, it’s important to understand corrosion and how to… Read more »