Instead of starting with a hollow cable and inserting the core, General’s Flexicore cable starts with the core and wraps the cable around it. There’s no gap; it’s one piece of solid cable.
When a cable hits resistance in a pipe, it wants to compress. But this coil can’t compress because it’s solidly attached to the core; it stiffens up instead, making it stronger. The cable does all the work, so a stronger cable means buying fewer replacements. Learn more about Flexicore in this video from the 2017 WWETT Show.
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