Corrosion-proof terminals for aluminum wire are corrosion-proof terminals suitable for the aluminum wire in wire harnesses for automobiles. When employing aluminum wire, corrosion-proofing measures are required for areas that may be affected by water, but with the corrosion-proofing technology seen to this point, separate work processes such as resin molds and coating were required and there were problems including increasing manufacturing costs.
The corrosion-proof terminals for aluminum wire developed as a world-first at Furukawa Electric (α Terminal series) are a new kind of corrosion-proof terminal that seal the connection part with a tube structure to prevent corrosion. Individual corrosion-proofing processing is not required because a sealed structure is formed by crimping the tube shaped terminal to a wire. This realizes reductions in manufacturing costs and is contributing to the expansion of adoption of aluminum wires.

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