Innovative cable manufacturer Tratos is a leader in Electrical, Electronic and Fibre Optic cable technology. It serves worldwide markets, creating bespoke solutions where necessary and manufacturing to an exceptionally high standard.
Innovative Electrical, Electronic and Fibre Optic cables
Cable manufacturer since 1966, Tratos manufacture either traditional electrical and fibre optic cable cables for energy, telecommunication, and any different application, then innovation, as superconductors using on Fusion For Energy, Cernt of Ginevra, or special cable for unique world project. Tratos cables for a moving world.
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Tratos, as a cable manufacturer, carries out environmental and social initiatives with a particular focus on health, security, fair working hours, wages and disciplinary procedures, freedom of association and the right to collective bargaining. We have a zero-tolerance policy towards discrimination and forced or compulsory labour. It is Tratos’ belief that ethical business conduct is also a condition for a firm’s success.
Tratos works sustainably and in the most environmentally friendly way possible. A good proportion of our own research and development is devoted to how we can further improve the green credentials of our cables. We have been a green company for well over a decade. Today this is something that our clients expect and value, and we’re delighted about that.
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Tratos Cable Academy – What is voltage rating?
One of the most fundamental ratings assigned to an electric cable is that of voltage rating. The rated voltage of a cable is the reference voltage for which the cable is designed and which serves to define the electrical tests. In this article, our experts answer questions like: “which are the recognised voltage ratings in Europe and elsewhere”, “how Low Voltage, Medium Voltage, High Voltage are generally classified” etc. Read more