High Temperature PVC

Because of its wide range of properties, PVC is typically used either as a dielectric or sheathing or both in applications such as: power distribution cables, building wiring, appliances wiring, flexible cords, high temperature wiring, industrial wiring, coaxial cables. The maximum temperature range for the best PVC formulations is -55°C to 105°C with general purpose vinyls ranging -20°C to 80°C. PVC has excellent flame, moisture and abrasion resistance, as well as, alcohol, ozone, acids and solvent resistance. High temperature PVC (Polyvinyl Chloride) is an inexpensive thermoplastic material typically used in the process industries for thermocouple extension cables that are used outside the heat source area.

 

 

Temperature Rating 105° C / 220° F

Temperature Rating 105° C / 220° F

 
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