Promotional film advertising DuPont's polyethylene and nylon resins for insulating and jacketing electric wires and cables. The film's host conducts several studio demonstrations to show how polyethylene and nylon are scratch resistant, lightweight, strong, and can tolerate extreme temperature. These properties make both materials ideal for protecting electric wires. Presented by the Polychemicals Department.
General Electric Company (Sponsor), Cinecraft, Inc. (Production company)
Film describing the step-by-step production of tungsten wire at the General Electric Cleveland Wire Plant. Demonstrates the process of turning raw tungsten ore into precision wire that is essential for the lamp and electronics industries.
Film promoting the use of DuPont's Teflon fluorocarbon resins in aircraft electrical system wire insulation. Demonstrates how Teflon-coated wires are exceptionally strong and resistant to fire and smoke damage, therefore significantly reducing the chance of an electrical system problem or failure.