Nearest Maillefer contacts for USA
KN Manufacturing Solutions LLC
5464 Woodrun Ct
GA 30517 Braselton
Tel: +1 678 828 9868
Cell: +1 404 202 9655com;ol.;nms;n/k;ine;iem;i.n;kar
Maillefer North America
Pipe & Tube
Phipps Bend Industrial Park<br />
402 Phipps Bend Road
TN 37873 Surgoinsville
Tel: +1 423 817 2440
Fax: +1 423 212 0131om;a.c;rus;efe;ill;/ma;jon
Maillefer North America
Wire & Cable
#1 Extrusion Drive
CT 06379 Pawcatuck,
Tel: +1 920-215-6628om;d.c;dar;tan;s-s;avi;w/d;cho;jza
Would you like to help further develop the telecommunications world? Communication networks currently rely on fiber optic cables. Whether you produce cables for FTTx, wireless networks or local area networks, cable quality and production reliability are key to your success.
The secondary coating of your fiber optic cables is the most important aspect in your production process. As the quality of loose tube defines the final properties of your cable, it is crucial that you have the technology in place to get it right.
As SZ stranding defines the mechanical and environmental properties of your loose tube fiber optic cable, you need technology that you can rely on. Our SZ stranding technology is not only reliable, but it helps you produce flexible and durable cable for use in various applications.
The sheathing process is where you apply the final touch to your loose tube fiber optic cable. Mechanical properties for different cable types are set with armoring and strength members. Our state-of-the-art extrusion technology offers you the ability to utlize a large variety of plastic materials to produce high-quality jacketing.
We recognize that you expect tight buffering to be the most basic element of your fiber optic indoor cable production process. Our technology makes tight buffering simple to achieve, so you can reach levels of high productivity.
By adopting our technology for stranding and jacketing in tandem, you make your fiber optic cable manufacturing process more efficient. Also, when you combine our stranding unit and yarn server, you receive flexible and reliable cable for indoor installations.
Stop by at a Maillefer booth at any of the industry events during 2020. Read more
The global crisis has temporarily changed Maillefer’s way of serving W&C & P&T manufacturers. We adapt daily according to the situation as it develops. Read more
In the context of Industry 4.0, Maillefer introduces Smart Monitoring as a novel and intuitive approach into the wire, cable, pipe and tube manufacturing environments. Read more
Construction of new facilities or important expansions of existing ones all begin with a promising idea. Are you ready to face the project challenges and the unexpected? Read more
The evolving global health crisis, which we all face, is temporarily causing Maillefer to adapt its operations, sales and service response teams. Read more
Castello relies on an advanced and controlled process to produce tubes with high quality. The recently installed Smart Monitoring from Maillefer provides the Italian company with necessary oversight for quality Read more
One of the new trends in power cable manufacturing is the rise of PP (polypropylene) based thermoplastic materials for the medium voltage application. Currently, these cables are predominantly XLPE and rubber, but now advances in material development make it possible to also consider thermoplastics. Read more
The performance of extruded high voltage XLPE insulated cables is improvable by reducing the degassing burden and realizing longer extrusion run times. Development towards those goals was rendered possible after years of close technical collaboration with material suppliers and cable manufacturers. Read more