PTFE Wire/Single Conductor
- According to UL758 Standard
- FEP Insulation
- Approved by UL ISO
- Place of Origin: Henan, China
- In Stock
- Number of Cores: 1
- HS Code: 8544492900
- Packing: 100 Meters
- MOQ: 3050 Meters
PTFE wire belongs to a type of high temperature wire, the conductor is silver-plated copper or nickel-plated copper. PTFE refers to the outer layer of the conductor is covered with a layer of polytetrafluoroethylene (PTFE) material as the insulation to protect the electrical wire. PTFE full name is polytetrafluoroethylene, PTFE wire insulation can provide more electrical possibilities for the wire. PTFE wire Current Rating is Determined by the ptfe wire size. PTFE insulated wire has excellent chemical resistance, high temperature stability, and dielectric properties that allow it to be used in high temperature and corrosive environments, and is commonly used in aerospace, natural gas, industrial, and automotive applications.
PTFE Wire specification
Nominal temperature ratings: -60°C to 260°C
Fire resistance: Excellent
Chemical resistance: Excellent
UV resistance: Excellent
FAQ About PTFE insulated wire
PTFE insulated wires can be soldered. Since PTFE electrical wire can withstand high temperatures, a temperature-adjustable soldering device should be used. Meanwhile, before welding, the smooth surface of PTFE wires should be polished to improve the adhesion of solder; avoid overheating and use the correct soldering technique to weld; check whether the connection is complete after soldering.
The advantages are as follows:
1. temperature resistance: ptfe insulated wire can withstand a temperature range of -50℃~260℃;
2. Chemical resistance: ptfe insulated wires can resist corrosion by chemicals, acids and alkalis, etc;
3. Flame retardant: ptfe insulated wires have strong flame retardant properties, which can effectively prevent the spread of flame;
4. Moisture resistance: ptfe insulated wire can still maintain its electrical insulation properties in a humid environment;
These advantages make PTFE insulated wire in aerospace, electronics, automotive and medical equipment, etc. to get more applications.
The polytetrafluoroethylene material used in PTFE insulated wires is a lazy and stable substance that does not easily react with other chemicals. However, the production process involves the use of PFOA, which affects the environment; at the same time, emissions from the production of PTFE may be harmful to the environment.The production of PTFE insulated wires can be damaging to the environment, so people should pay attention to the use of environmentally friendly alternatives in the production of PTFE insulated wires or other products that have an impact on the environment.