As anyone could tell you, machines come and go by the gadget and the gizmo. Yesterday’s Macintosh Classic was overruled by a Dell or an IBM computer and it seemed as though Apple, the maker of the Macintosh, was a technological goner. But, lo and behold, today Apple is back in fashion (and then some) with skyrocketing revenues that show no sign of stopping, and which indeed make Apple the most profitable company on Earth. Just think back to not long ago, to the mid 1990s, and you can see how rapidly computer technology is progressing. The same examples can be found in almost any other industry: from power plants, to robotics, to the most cutting-edge 5th-generation stealth fighter – all of these have replaced machinery that in previous eras wouldn’t be deemed obsolete for long lengths of time.
The strange thing is that even though the gadgets are changing at a more bewildering pace than ever before, the electric wires and cables that allow them to function correctly remain – relatively – unchanged. Of course, there are some crucial modifications as far as material composition, or greater fire resistance, but overall, the electrical cables of 25 years ago have proven to be rock-steady in powering the devices of tomorrow. In short, the more the widgets change, the more the wires stay the same.
Thermal Wire and Cable is living proof of this paradox. Over the years, we’ve built ourselves a rock-solid client base by supplying cables that are simple, serviceable, and flexible to any number of possible applications. We’ve supplied (and currently do supply) industries as various as household appliances, fixtures, factory cables, robotics, automated production systems, and guided missile technology. We know what we’re saying when we say our solutions will work for your business. Being at the cutting-edge of technology is fine and good and even preferable, but still, it needs solid legs to stand on. At Thermal Wire and Cable, we’re here to provide that bedrock on which your inventions can successfully take flight.