Selco Products Expands Cable and Wire Harness Assembly Capabilities

Reno, NV --- Selco Products expands its harness capabilities to meet custom designs from new and existing OEM customers. Selco offers a wide range of capabilities and utilizes state of the art equipment to accommodate cable and wire harness custom designs to meet customer requirements.

With a wide range of other temperature control sensor products such as thermistors, thermostats and thermal fuses, Selco has the ability to integrate these components into a cable and wire harness assembly. There are applications that do require environmental protection and the ability to encapsulate these sensors is available upon request. Some of the major industries/applications that Selco’s cable and wire harnesses assemblies are used in include white goods, commercial appliances, food equipment, industrial equipment, heating equipment and transportation.

Selco is an ISO 9001 certified manufacturing facility that is optimized with a lean harness manufacturing process to build, heat shrink, test and label in a linear efficient process. The Engineering team also utilizes Solidworks design tool to assist customers with new custom designs.

The equipment that is utilized for these assemblies includes a wire and cable processing machine to cut, strip, crimp and terminate wire assemblies from single to multi-conductor wire. This ranges from standard to high temperature rated wire assemblies. In addition, there are process tools for ultrasonic welding, laser stripping, auto splicing, hand tools and an inventory of applicators to meet the customer application. Selco also has the abilities to solder, perform continuity testing, ink jet printing and labelling on parts.

Selco is IPC/WHMA-A-620 certified as well as having a certified trainer for IPC standards on staff. Employees within the manufacturing department have received this certification and are dedicated to meeting quality standards and customer requirements.

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