Optimising connections

Published:  21 January, 2016

Naim Audio, a leading specialist in high-end hi-fi equipment, says it has installed a CARBOLITE GP oven to provide precisely controlled heat-treatment procedures on the cables used in its systems.

The Carbolite GP330B oven allows up to 60 metres of cable to be processed at a time in order to cure the insulation and make it more supple and durable. The procedure typically involves heating the oven at a pre-set rate, holding at temperature for several hours and then cooling to ambient. The controller fitted allows up to 20 segments to be pre-set as ramp, step or dwell and also enables operators to store the most frequently used programs. Overall oven construction is designed to provide long-term durability in a production environment.

  t: 01433 620011

  e: info@carbolite.com

                                        w: www.carbolite.com

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