There are generally two kinds of materials for high-temperature wires. One is: silicone rubber wire, which has better softness; the other is: teflon wire and teflon material is harder. Silicone rubber materials can be used for the installation and connection of electrical circuits with AC rated voltages of 500 volts and below, and are widely used in electric heating appliances, paint rooms, lighting equipment and household appliances. Teflon materials can be used in instrumentation, aerospace, electric power smelting, chemicals, ships, vehicles, food machinery, household appliances, drying rooms, etc.
1. Fluoroplastic high temperature wire (Teflon wire) AF200X, AF200, AF250, AFT250
Rated temperature: -65℃～＋250℃; rated voltage: 600V; executive standard: GJB773A-2000; conductor: single or multiple strands of tin-plated copper wire or silver-plated copper wire; nickel-plated copper wire or pure nickel wire; color: Red, yellow, blue, white, black, green, brown, orange, transparent, etc.; insulator: polyperfluoroethylene propylene (FEP); fusible tetrafluoroethylene (PFA); polytetrafluoroethylene (PTFE)
Uses: Widely used in high-temperature environments such as aviation, metallurgy, petroleum, household appliances, lighting, electronic appliances, instrumentation, motors, and industrial equipment.
2. Silicone rubber insulated high temperature wire AGR
Rated temperature: -60℃～＋200℃; rated voltage: 500V; executive standard: GB5013.3-1997; conductor: single or multiple strands of tinned copper wire; color: red, yellow, blue, white, black, green, Brown, gray, yellow-green, transparent, etc.; insulator: silicone rubber; use: widely used in electrical appliances, lighting fixtures and instruments as insulated lead wires. It can also be used as the lead wire of F and H class motors.
3. Silicone rubber insulated glass fiber braided high temperature wire AGRP
Rated temperature: -60℃～＋200℃; rated voltage: 500V; executive standard: GB5013.3-1997; conductor: single or multiple strands of tinned copper wire; color: red, yellow, blue, white, black, green, Brown, gray, yellow-green, etc.; Insulator: Silicone wire and glass fiber braid (externally treated with silicone resin) Uses: Widely used in high temperature environments such as internal combustion engines, lighting fixtures, household appliances, and electric heating appliances.
As we all know, fluorine-containing plastics and polyimides occupy very important positions in very good cables. However, with the development of aerospace technology, their shortcomings have become more and more obvious. The most representative typical fluoroplastics, including PTFE, PFA, and FEP, apart from insufficient mechanical strength and high specific gravity, the weakest point is poor radiation resistance. All plastics will have chain scission under high-energy radiation. As for the amount of chain scission, the degree of chain scission, etc., the performance of various plastics is different. PTFE decomposes rapidly when the dose reaches a few Mrad under irradiation conditions. Among fluoroplastics, ETFE and PVDF have high mechanical strength, low specific gravity, and resistance to radiation, but they are used at low temperatures. PI, which was once widely used in aviation wires, cannot be used in aerospace because it is not resistant to Arc tracking, atomic oxygen, moisture, hydrolysis, and poor low-temperature bending performance. Learn more about used cables. While researching and developing new varieties of fluoroplastics, we have modified various existing fluoroplastics in physical and chemical properties, or improved the cable insulation structure, such as the use of PTFE and PI film composite insulation structures, which have made their performance complementary in recent years.
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