What is Teflon wire
Polytetra fluoroethylene (PTFE) is a fluorocarbon polymer insulation material that allows wiring systems to be used and operated in the most demanding of environments.
PTFE is resistant to lubricants and fuels, very flexible, plus it has excellent thermal and electrical properties. Particularly suitable for applications requiring high levels of thermal and chemical resistance.
Features & Benefits
Mechanically tough and flexible
Excellent temperature performance
Very high dielectric performance
Non flammable / Flame resistant
Excellent chemical resistance
Silver plated or tinned copper conductors
30/250/300, 600 & 1000 volts
|Operating Temperature BS 3G 210-75°C to +190°C (Silver plated copper)-75°C to +260°C (Nickel plated copper)-60°C to +170°C（Tinned copper）|
Operating Temperature Nema HP3
-75°C to +200°C (Silver plated copper)
Model of Teflon wire that most use in the market
FEP Hook Up Wire
What is FEP?
FEP, one of the material of Teflon, also called Fluorinated ethylene propylene, this material has excellent electrical properties, broad temperature range, and chemical resistance. FEP insulated wires have excellent electrical and mechanical characteristic, and extremely high thermal, cold, and chemical resistance. They are particularly well-suited to use in high-temperature environments such as near furnaces or engines. They can also be used in extremely low-temperature environments or environments with exposure to chemicals such as chemical plants.
Features & Advantages of FEP Hook Up Wire
FEP is extrudable in a manner similar to PVC and polyethylene. This means that long wire and cable lengths are available. It is not suitable where subjected to nuclear radiation and does not have good high voltage characteristics.
Common Industry Applications for FEP Wire
Oil & Gas
Post time: Mar-25-2022