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Super-Trex® 4 Conductor Aramid Reinforced Portable Power Reeling Cable

Super-Trex® 4 Conductor Aramid Reinforced Orange Portable Power Reeling Cable is an excellent cable for high tension reeling applications. Designed with an aramid center strength member providing up to 6,000 pounds of break strength, these cables feature an integral filled, dual layered fiber reinforced jacket for added strength and resistance to twisting and pulling. The orange TSE jacket provides excellent protetion against abrasion, impact and most industrial chemicals.

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  • UL Listed
  • CSA
  • MSHA Approved
  • Type W
  • FT-5 Flame Rating
  • Suitable for Class 1,2,3, Division 1 & 2
  • 2,000 V
  • Max Conductor Temperature 90°C
  • Extra Hard Usage
  • JACKETED ARAMID ROPE BRAID CENTER FILLER — Provides up to 6,000 lbs. of pull strength. Exceptional support in pulling, reeling or pendant applications. Dramatically improves overall tensile strength, reducing conductor fatigue and maximizing cable life.

  • LIVE-FLEX RIBBED EPR CONDUCTOR INSULATION RATED 90°C — Ribbed to prevent kinking and breakage due to twisting and flexing. High dielectric, tensile and mechanical properties. Resists dry rot.

  • SPECIALLY COMPOUNDED ORANGE SUPER-TREX® TSE DOUBLE-PASS INTEGRAL FILL JACKET — Superior first-line defense against tearing, abrasion, impact, oil, ozone and most chemicals. Flame and heat-resistant. Excellent all-weather flexibility.

  • TINNED CONDUCTORS — Resists corrosion. Easier to solder.

  • FLEXIBLE CONCENTRIC ROPE LAY BUNCH STRANDED COPPER — Has longer life in reeling, flexing and twisting applications.

  • POLYPROPYLENE CORD REINFORCING BRAID EMBEDDED IN JACKET — Provides added strength. Improves cable resistance to impact, abrasion, twisting and pulling.

  • Automated Equipment
  • Conveyors and Cranes
  • Mobile Equipment
  • Pendant Applications
  • Railroad Stand-by Power
  • Retractable Reels
  • Robotic Welding
  • Steel Transfer Cars and Loaders
  • Temporary and Emergency Power
  • Abrasions
  • Chemicals
  • Flexing
  • Impact
  • Tension
  • Reeling Cable Comparison GuideDownload
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