Industrial socket and civilian socket difference
First of all, the main difference between industrial sockets and ordinary civilian sockets is reflected in the appearance of the socket: there is a saying, what kind of cover is used. Some high-power electrical appliances use cylindrical industrial plugs, so the corresponding socket should use such a circular jack. Such sockets and plugs are industrial sockets. Industrial sockets and ordinary civilian sockets (also known as GB sockets) have obvious differences in appearance. The GB socket is made of flat copper, while the industrial socket is round copper. Industrial sockets are generally three-phase four-wire or three-phase five-wire, and the jacks are more than the national standard sockets.

Secondly, the different requirements of the socket require different waterproof performance:

The industrial socket sockets are mostly outdoors, and the phenomenon that the open air environment needs to face together is the rain and snow weather. In order to prevent normal work and production at these times, electrical equipment must be waterproof, IP44, IP67, etc.


Third, the materials used in the various parts of the industrial socket are also different:

The cable on the industrial socket also uses a special rubber cable, which is a soft and easy-to-move cable with a rubber and rubber jacket on the outside of the wire. The general cable line can only be used between minus 15 degrees and 50 degrees according to the national standard, and the rubber cable can be used at minus 50 degrees without hardening. The core is used at no more than 65 degrees Celsius. The outer casing of the ordinary socket is mostly made of PC material, and has certain heat and high temperature resistance characteristics, which is sufficient for general household users. However, because of the special nature of the mobile socket, it is often used to provide power for high-power appliances, so the ability to fire-retardant fire is more demanding. To this end, Wolf Electronics has a high-use, high-flame-resistance PC polycarbon alloy on the socket panel. It has excellent impact resistance, toughness, toughness, resistance to flame, fire retardant and fireproof, and can be safely used between minus 60 degrees and 120 degrees. Long-term use is safe and does not deform, effectively extending the life of the socket.