General Cable recently announced the addition of GenClean, its proprietary cleanable jacket technology, as a new standard feature for Super Vu-Tron Supreme rubber portable cord used in high-stress industry environments. This enhancement allows unwanted material to be more readily removed in a wash cycle, which would substantially reduce the environmental conditions conducive to surface build-up.
With its super-tough jacket construction built to withstand extreme temperatures (-50° to 105°C), high-stress industrial environments, as well as resistance to abrasion, heat, flame and chemicals, Super Vu-Tron Supreme with GenClean is the ideal cord to withstand the high-powered jets of steam or hot water with chemical agents in many extreme applications. Super Vu-Tron Supreme also features stranded tinned copper conductors providing enhanced soldering performance and corrosion resistance. A patented Flexfill is integral to the overall design adding crush resistance and durability to an already super-tough construction.
“We are very excited to offer a portable rubber power solution that can both withstand abusive environments and address the clean-ability feature that many markets are now asking for,” said Tom Bisson, Vice President of Sales – Electrical Distribution, General Cable.
“We’ve taken our best line of rubber cord, Super Vu-Tron Supreme, and made it a superior product by adding GenClean jacket technology,” said Jon Schemmel, Product Manager, Electrical Products Market Segment, General Cable. “For customers looking to maintain their standard in cleanliness combined with the proven durability typically associated with Carol Brand rubber cord, Super Vu-Tron Supreme with GenClean delivers a cost-effective and cleanable solution.”
Currently, the full line of Carol Brand Super Vu-Tron Supreme SOOW/SJOOW cord products with GenClean Technology, complete with the high-visibility yellow jacket and the Tru-Mark sequential footage marking system, are available nationally through authorized stocking distributors and distribution centers.