Thermostakers use a system of hot air and cold staking to form a stud. It joins plastic-to-plastic or plastic to metal, producing a permanent, tight assembly. It can simultaneously stake multiple studs, regardless of spacing distances or orientation.
Thermostat cables are used in low-voltage control, alarm, sunlight resistant and communication systems. The common types of thermostat cables are braided, twisted and plastic-jacketed. It carries an UL-listing for being flame-retardant. The cable is constructed of solid copper conductors with PVC insulation and overall sunlight resistant PVC jacket.