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Milford, N.H.-based Hendrix Wire & Cable, a provider of overhead and underground power distribution products, is offering a 34.5 kV TRXLP-insulated medium voltage cable for applications in the wind power industry.

The 34.5 kV cable is available in aluminum or copper conductor, full- and reduced-concentric neutral and in customer-specified cut-lengths.

Hendrix offers various supply solutions for 34.5 kV cable based on the delivery cycle that best meets customer needs. Traditional buy-sell delivery methods are available if desired, however, if a more tailored delivery method is necessary, Hendrix will collaborate with customers and develop a delivery method that is best suited to the client's demand profile, according to the company.

A traditional contractual agreement is available for long-term clients offering a variety of supply options including, but not limited to, a capacity-plan option that allows customers to schedule delivery of varying amounts of cable during a specified period of time to match demand, and a rapid-cycle delivery option that allows clients to place orders on an as-needed basis for delivery within two weeks.

For more information, visit hendrix-wc.com.


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