Military Wire

Military Wire

Military wires, insulated with PTFE or FEP, suit various temp ranges. Insulation types vary by voltage: 250V, 600V, 1,000V. Conductors include copper alloys with plating.

  • Rated voltage: 600 volts AC.
  • Rated Operating Temperature: -60°C to +200°C (silver-plated copper wire conductor), -60°C to +250°C (nickel-plated copper wire conductor).
  • Insulation Thickness: 0.01 inch (0.254mm), this is a medium wall thickness insulation.
  • Colours: Black, Brown, Red, Orange, Yellow, Green, Blue, Purple, Grey, White, two-colour stripe or other customer-specified colours.
  • High breakdown voltage: PTFE insulating material, independent of the environment and frequency, volume resistance up to 1018 ohm-cm, low dielectric loss, high breakdown voltage.
  • Resistant to high and low temperatures: PTFE’s long-term use of the temperature range of -190-+250 ℃, does not affect its insulating properties. High temperature for a short time can reach 300 ℃, with non-combustible characteristics, leaving the flame that is self-extinguishing.
  • Excellent chemical resistance: PTFE insulating materials, in addition to molten alkali metals, almost impervious to any chemical reagent corrosion. For example, in concentrated sulfuric acid, nitric acid, hydrochloric acid, and even boiled in aqua regia, its weight and performance are unchanged, and almost insoluble in all solvents, only slightly soluble in all-alkanes at 300 ℃ and above (about 0.1g/100g).
  • Excellent weather resistance: PTFE is non-absorbent, non-flammable and extremely stable to oxygen and ultraviolet rays, so it has excellent weather resistance.