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    High Temperature Cables

    Norfolk Naval Shipyard brought to the rep’s attention a few ideas to improve our welding cables and lines. TPC picked up the ball and designed products that we now use at the Navy Yard every day.
    Douglas E. Kubizna
    Supervisor, Norfolk Naval Shipyard

    Super-Trex® Extreme Temperature Cable

    Super-Trex® Extreme Temperature Cable is designed to operate in temperature extremes ranging from -70°C to 150°C per ISO standards (UL/cUL 105°C). This is a highly flexible portable cord and power cable that is ideally suited for extreme cold temperature applications. Features a conductor temperature rating of +150° C, and passes a -70° C cold bend test. The cross linked jacket offers excellent resistance to abrasion, oils and chemicals.

    Extreme Temperature Cable


    Ratings / Characteristics

    • UL Recognized
    • cUL
    • FT-1 Flame Rating
    • UV Resistant
    • RoHS Compliant
    • 1,000 V
    • Max Conductor Temperature 150°C
    • Cold Temperature Rating-70ºC


    Features

    • STRANDED TINNED COPPER CONDUCTORS — Resist corrosion, improve flexibility, and help reduce conductor fatigue and breakage in flexing applications.

    • CROSS LINKED INSULATION ON INDIVIDUAL CONDUCTORS — The temperature rating of the insulation is matched to the jacket to provide maximum protection in high and low temperature applications. The heavy-duty design provides extra cut through protection.

    • HIGH TEMPERATURE CROSS LINKED TSE JACKET — The jacket protects the cable from high temperature operation and remains flexible at extreme cold temperatures. The heavy-duty jacket provides protection from cutting, abrasion, water, oils, chemicals and is UV resistant.

    • UL RECOGNIZED — Certified by UL to both Canadian and U.S. requirements.



    Applications

    • Deep Freeze Food Processing
    • Extreme Hot Applications
    • Outdoor Applications
    • Construction Sites
    • Industrial Ovens
    • Arctic Pipeline
    • Steel Mills
    • Foundries
    • Oil Fields


    Environments

    • Abrasions
    • Chemicals
    • Extreme Temperature
    • Flexing


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    Part Numbers

    • 87840
    • 87841
    • 87835
    • 87836
    • 87830
    • 87831
    • 87825
    • 87826

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    Norfolk Naval Shipyard brought to the rep’s attention a few ideas to improve our welding cables and lines. TPC picked up the ball and designed products that we now use at the Navy Yard every day.
    Douglas E. Kubizna
    Supervisor, Norfolk Naval Shipyard

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