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Single-core cable

The topic of "single-core cable" is relevant concerning the sampling of bulk material in the sense that this type of cable is often used in the mechanical and electronic systems required to conduct such samplings.

Single-core cables consist of individual, insulated conductors that are separately routed. They are often used in industrial applications due to several advantages they offer:

  1. Flexibility: Single-core cables can be more flexible than multi-core cables, making them more suitable for installation in complex or tight environments.
  2. Heat resistance: Single-core cables can withstand higher temperatures than multi-core cables, making them a good choice for use in industrial environments where high temperatures may occur.
  3. Redundancy: Since each core in a single-core cable is separately routed, a failure of one core does not cause the entire cable to fail.

Regarding the sampling of bulk material, these cables could be used for power supply and signal transmission of devices such as automated sampling devices, sensors, pumps, or other machines involved in the sampling process. A reliable cable system is essential for accurate and effective sampling.