Prevention of short-circuits
Prevention of short-circuiting has also been known to be a fringe benefit of cables since there is every chance of vulnerability of a mass of scattered wires to the agents of short-circuiting. The installer has less work to do since he has only one group to install, as opposed to a mass of cables or wires. In addition, the process can be standardized, and a notation inculcated since it is a question of just one section, which may not be possible with a conglomeration of wires and or cables. To greatly reduce the probability of sparks and resulting fires, the item can be bound into a fire-retarding sleeve.