PTFE Equipment Wire & Cable

A synthetic fluoropolymer of tetrafluoroethylene, PTFE offers outstanding resistance to chemicals, oils,  lubricants, temperature extremes and particularly suitable for use in severe environments.

Key Characteristics

  • Operating temperature: -75°C to 260°C
  • 300V to 1000V Rating
  • Available with Silver-Plated or Nickel-Plated Conductors
  • Range of 11 standard colours and striped colour options for ease of identification
  • Superior dielectric properties
  • Non-flammable
  • Can be supplied with an etched surface finish to improve adhesion

Typical Applications 

  • Military Communications and Avionics
  • Aerospace and Aircraft Wire Harnessing
  • Automotive Sensor Systems
  • OEM Appliance Wiring

Product Data - PTFE BS 3G 210:1996

A range of PTFE Equipment wires designed and manufactured to meet the requirements of BS 3G 210:1996, specification for PTFE insulated equipment wire & cable.

Temperature Rating:

  • -75°C to 190°C for Silver Plated Copper Conductors        
  • -75°C to 260°C for Nickel Plated Copper Conductors

Product Data - PTFE UL/CSA Approved Styles

A range of PTFE equipment wires designed and manufactured to meet the requirements of UL AWM & CSA styles, specifications for PTFE insulated equipment wire & cable.

Temperature Rating:

  • -75°C to 150°C for UL Style 1164, 1198         
  • -75°C to 200°C for UL Styles 1180, 1199 and CSA AWM

Product Data - PTFE Military Specification Styles

A range of PTFE equipment wires designed and manufactured in accordance with the requirements of the MIL-W-16878 (NEMA HP4) specification.

Temperature Rating:

  • -65°C to 200°C for Silver-Plated Copper Conductors        
  • -65°C to 260°C for Nickel-Plated Copper Conductors