Home / Products / The Rubber Line

The Rubber Line Factory


The NINGBO QIAOPU ELECTRIC CO., LTD. is a professional OEM The Rubber Line Manufacturer and ODM The Rubber Line Factory, was founded in 2001. It has a power cord with the trademark "QIAOPU" on it. The company specializes in the manufacture of national security certification power cables, plugs and sockets, extension cords, rubber cords, and other electrical components. In 2013, Ningbo Qiaopu Electric Co., Ltd. generated a total output value of RMB 170 million. It currently employs 178 people, including 8 quality inspection personnel, 7 quality assurance personnel, and 7 technical and research personnel. The plant covers an area of 21,000 square meters. For the rubber line workshop, the PVC granulation workshop, the copper wire bundle workshop, the wire drawing workshop, the riveting workshop, the plug injection workshop, the factory inspection and delivery workshop, and the factory inspection and delivery workshop.
NINGBO QIAOPU ELECTRIC CO., LTD..'s QIAOPU trademark products primarily include European plugs, European power cords, American plugs, American power cords, GB plugs, GB power cords, British plugs, Australian plugs, Japanese plugs, Korean plugs, South African plugs, Brazilian plugs, Argentine plugs, Swiss plugs, Israeli plugs, and so on. Power cord models are H03VVH2-F, H03VV-F, H05VV-F, H05VVH2-F, IEC52 (RVV), IEC53 (RVV), H05RN-F, H05RR-F, H07RN-F, SVT, SJT, SPT, and other nations across the world certified power cord.
QIAOPU brand power cable products have received ROHS, PAHS, REACH, and other environmental certifications, and Ningbo Qiaopu Electric Co., Ltd. has gained ISO9001:2008 and GB/T19001:2008 quality system certification. QIAOPU product certifications include European VDE, US UL, UK UK, Australian SAA, South Africa SABS, Brazil UC/INMETREO, Japan PSE, Korea KC, and others.

Message Feedback
The Rubber Line Industry knowledge
Can rubber line be mixed with other items?
It is best not to rubber lines with other items, especially sharp or easily rubbed items. This may cause damage to the rubber insulation layer on the surface of the power cord, thereby reducing the safety and service life of the power cord.
If it is necessary to place it together with other items, make sure that they have no sharp edges and do not cause friction to the power cord. In addition, power cables can be neatly tied together using wire ties or cable reels to avoid direct contact with other items.
Overall, the best practice is to store the rubber line separately in a dry and clean environment, away from other items, to ensure its safety and durability.

Can rubber line be bent excessively?
Rubber lines can be excessively bent, but excessive bending may cause damage to the power cord, thereby affecting its safety and service life. When the power cord is excessively bent, the internal wires may be stretched or twisted, causing the wires to break or break, leading to the loss of effectiveness of the wires. In addition, excessive bending may also cause cracks or damage to the rubber insulation layer of the power cord, increasing the risk of short circuits or leakage in the wire.
Therefore, when using rubber lines, it is advisable to avoid excessive bending as much as possible. Especially at bends, the radius of the curve should be kept as large as possible to reduce stretching and twisting of the power cord. If it is necessary to bend the power cord at a specific position, a bend or curve with a larger bending radius can be used to reduce the pressure on the power cord.
Overall, reasonable use and avoiding excessive bending can extend the service life of rubber lines, ensuring their safe and reliable power supply to equipment.

Will wet conditions cause damage to rubber lines?
A humid environment may cause damage to rubber lines, especially when exposed to moisture or high humidity for a long time. rubber lines typically have a rubber insulation layer, and humid environments may have adverse effects on this rubber material, leading to the following issues:
Insulation layer aging: In humid environments, rubber materials may become soft and fragile, leading to insulation layer aging. This may cause a decrease in the insulation performance of the power cord, increasing the risk of leakage or short circuit.
Corrosion of metal components: If the metal components inside the power cord are exposed to damp environments, it may cause metal corrosion. Corrosion can damage the conductivity of wires, increase resistance, and cause wires to heat up or lose their conductivity.
Corrosion of connectors: Wet environments can also affect the connection components of power lines, such as plugs and sockets. These components may lose their conductivity due to corrosion, or even rust, resulting in poor connections or disconnections.
Therefore, in order to protect rubber lines, it is advisable to avoid exposing them to damp environments as much as possible. When storing and using power cords, choose a dry and well ventilated environment, and ensure that the insulation layer of the power cord is not affected by moisture. If you need to use the power cord in a humid environment, you can consider using a waterproof or moisture-proof casing or conduit to protect the power cord.