wire harness assembly

For more than 30 years, Partec, Inc. has been providing industry-leading contract manufacturing for mechanical and electrical assemblies for a wide range of applications and industries. Our offerings range from product development and supply chain management to assembly, packaging, and distribution. We’re also proud to serve the many industries seeking reliable cable and wire harness assembly services.

Our build-to-print services, prototyping, turnkey services, and tooling and fabrication capabilities are well-suited for companies of all types and sizes. Whether you require an order for ten pieces or over one million, our team can easily accommodate your specific cable and harness assembly needs.

What is a Wire Harness Assembly? (Sometimes called a cable)

The primary function of a wire harness assembly is to solve issues within electrical systems related to electrical requirements and geometric limitations. They provide physical support for a grouping of cables and wires installed in a specific space.  Wire harnesses are largely used only for organizational purposes in applications with less demanding requirements. They typically aren’t suitable for outdoor use or use in environments with harmful environmental risks. 

Sometimes called a cable or wiring loom, a harness assembly arranges groups of wires and/or cables into a single unit for protection and organization with various different terminals and connectors attached, that are formed in shape or layout that routes the connectors to the various connection points of an assembly. 

A wire harness provides a low-cost electrical solution designed to organize electrical wiring systems.

 Maintaining required lengths and orientations of wires and cables are an essential part to facilitate a quicker and easier installation. Assemblies may include a multitude of cable or wire constructions, sizes, colors, and materials all used according to the specified application. 

A harness assembly typically uses sleeved wires and/or multi-conductor cables held together by ty wraps or tubing which protects and organizes the bundled wire/cables. Most applications also require unique terminations like plug or socket arrangements attached to the wires. Given the number of potential variables involved, all wire harnesses are customized for their intended operating environment.

Harness Assembly Uses

The primary use of harness assemblies relates to timesaving efforts in mass production where a machine or component assembly repetition is an essential part of unit manufacturing. Some common uses of cable harness assemblies include: 

  • Grouping wires together to keep them organized.
  • Saving time while attaching the wires in the given assembly.
  • Grouping/organizing internal wires in computers, industrial equipment, appliances, automobiles, aircraft, and other electrical systems.
  • Reducing space requirements for wiring in tight quarters.

Partec’s Cable and Wire Harness Capabilities

Partec offers a number of manufacturing and support services for cable and wire harness assemblies, such as power supply harnesses, electromechanical harnesses, industrial harnesses, custom harnesses, and much more. Our team can assemble a cable or wire harness that meets the exact needs of the application—no matter how unusual or complex.

Our automated wire capabilities include cutting, stripping, terminating, splicing, and soldering. We can handle cables and wires ranging from 24 AWG to 4/0 AWG. Partec can handle single wires, as well as complex wire harness assemblies. We take on orders of all sizes, from 10 pieces to more than a million.

Partec’s wire harnesses are available in various types and sizes of wire- and crimp-type terminals and pins, and electrical components can be manufactured to individual specifications.

Partec is proud to serve a variety of industries, including but not limited to:

  • Consumer goods
  • Hardware
  • Industrial machinery
  • Electronics
  • Telecommunications
  • Transformers
  • Amusement & gaming

Committed to Quality

Partec, Inc. is committed to providing cable and wire harness assemblies that meet or exceed the quality expectations of our customers. We provide evidence of our commitment by maintaining our ISO 9001:2015 certification, ensuring that we provide our customers with only the highest-quality solutions. All of our processes are subjected to rigorous testing that meets the strictest requirements set forth by the international ISO framework.

Our inspection repertoire includes:

  • Dimensional gauging
  • Functional testing
  • Press force monitoring
  • Failure probing
  • Continuity testing
  • Hipot testing are all part of our inspection repertoire 

Contact us or request a quote for more information about cable and wire harness assembly solutions for your next project.

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