Heat Resistant 12 14 16 18 20 22 24 26 AWG Gauge high temperature Wires
A high temperature wire, is often defined as a wire that can tolerate 125 ℃ or higher temperatures. It can also mean they can manage not just heat but also the cold. High temp wires can also handle ratings as low as 90 ℃. From its conductor to its insulator, high temperature wire constructions are rated 125, 150, 200, 250 ℃.
These wiring kinds usually consist of a conductor (tinned copper, silver plated, nickel-coated copper )and insulation. They may also have an extra jacket that consists of a fibreglass material.
Sanco cable can provide standard off-the-shelf high temperature wire or cable as well as design a product that will suit any high temperature environment or application. Common high temperature applications include:
1. Appliance Wiring
2. Pressure and flow monitoring
3. Power generation
4. Furnaces wiring
5. Medical wiring
6. Drying equipment
7. Aircraft wiring
8. Military Applications
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|Max. Conductor resistance at 20℃