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    Welding Cable Products

    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® 600 VOLT WELDING CABLE

    Ideal for use in the metals industry for welding or power applications, Super-Trex® 600 Volt Welding Cable is designed for rugged use featuring our extra-flex #34 AWG bunch-stranded, rope-lay copper conductor, 100% fabric-serve insulation, and a TSE cable jacket with a 25% thicker wall compared to ordinary cable. The result is a flexible power and welding cable that withstands tearing, abrasion, impact, and chunking, extending the life of the cable in harsh applications.

    Super-Trex 600 Volt Welding Cable


    Ratings/Characteristics

    • UL Listed
    • CSA
    • MSHA Approved* (2 AWG and Larger)
    • Type SC
    • FT-1 Flame Rating
    • UV Resistant
    • RoHS Compliant
    • 600 V
    • Max Conductor Temperature 90°C


    Features

    • EXTRA-FLEX™ #34 AWG BUNCH STRANDED ROPE LAY COPPER 2-1/2 times more stranding than conventional welding cables. Reduces copper conductor fatigue and breakage. Easier to work with. High impact resistance.

    • 100% FABRIC SERVE — Improves tear resistance and reduces jacket shrink-back.

    • FOOTAGE INDICATORS MARKED ON THE JACKET — Easy, precise measuring reduces waste and improves productivity.

    • SPECIALLY COMPOUNDED, SECURITY YELLOW, SUPER-TREX® TSE JACKET RATED 600 VOLT — Superior first-line defense against all types of industrial and environmental abuse. Flame and heat resistant. Extreme all-weather flexibility.

    • JACKET IS 25% THICKER THAN ORDINARY CABLE — Withstands tearing, abrasion, impact, and chunking.

    • FLEX TESTED to over 1,000,000 cycles in cable carrier without failure.



    Applications

    • Battery Charger Lead Wires
    • Bus Welding Boxes or Transformers
    • Electrode Holder and Ground Connections to Arc Welders
    • Portable Lighting
    • Power Supply Applications


    Environments

    • Abrasion
    • Chemicals
    • Extreme Temperatures
    • Flexing
    • Impact
    • Tension


    Videos



    Resources

    Case Study: Weld Cable in a Utility Applications  DOWNLOAD
    Case Study: Steel Plant Updates Welding Cable On Tripper Machine  DOWNLOAD
    Case Study: Magnetic Testing Machine in Oil & Gass Application  DOWNLOAD
    Product Spec Sheet with Ampacity Chart  DOWNLOAD


    Part Numbers

    • 86310
    • 86311
    • 86312
    • 86314
    • 86315
    • 86316
    • 86317
    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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