Welding Cable Products

We needed a better cable in critical areas of our control system so TPC showed us their Super-Trex® and Trex-Onics® products but TPC challenged us to try anything to cause a failure. We decided to try the most abusive thing we could think of — run the cable over with a 60,000 lb track rig. When the initial test didn’t cause a failure, we performed a 0 degree turn, pivoting directly on the cable. The only damage to the cable was the abraded outer casing. Since this experiment 3 years ago, we have been using Super-Trex® and Trex-Onics® for our mission-critical cable assemblies, without a failure.
Al Creely
Senior Control Engineer Schramm, Inc.

Super-Trex® DC Welding Cable

Super-Trex® DC Welding Cable is designed for rugged welding use featuring our extra-flex rope lay copper conductor, 100% fabric serve and a jacket with a 25% thicker wall compared to ordinary cable. The result is a flexible weld cable that withstands tearing, abrasion, impact and chunking, extending the life of the cable in harsh applications.

Super-Trex DC Welding Cable


Ratings / Characteristics

  • CSA
  • FT-1 Flame Rating
  • UV Resistant
  • RoHS Compliant
  • 90 Volts Max
  • 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

  • Abrasions
  • Chemicals
  • Flexing
  • Impact


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  DOWNLOAD


Part Numbers

  • 86301
  • 86302
  • 86303
  • 86304
  • 86305
  • 86306
  • 86307
  • 86302R
  • 86305R
  • 86302BK
  • 86305BK
We needed a better cable in critical areas of our control system so TPC showed us their Super-Trex® and Trex-Onics® products but TPC challenged us to try anything to cause a failure. We decided to try the most abusive thing we could think of — run the cable over with a 60,000 lb track rig. When the initial test didn’t cause a failure, we performed a 0 degree turn, pivoting directly on the cable. The only damage to the cable was the abraded outer casing. Since this experiment 3 years ago, we have been using Super-Trex® and Trex-Onics® for our mission-critical cable assemblies, without a failure.
Al Creely
Senior Control Engineer Schramm, Inc.

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