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High-Temperature Wire & Cable

  1. How different temperatures affect a cables performance

    Post by : Sycor Marketing

    Temperature is a fundamental concept to understand. If something's too hot, it melts or catches fire, and if somthing to cold, it freezes or breaks. This is true for everything from metals, food, clothing, and even liquids. This article will be going over why temperature is a fundamental consideration for all electrical applications, what happens to wire and cable in hot and cold environments, and the different temperature ratings for the most popular wiring materials.

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  2. High-Temperature Wire: Silicone vs Teflon

    Post by : Sycor Marketing

    In the world of wire and cable, there's such a large selection of cabling products that each application has a number of cost-effective alternatives. The high-temperature wire and cable are similar but are typically limited to the popular silicone and Teflon cabling products.

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  3. High-Temperature Wire Basics

    Post by : Sycor Marketing

    Have you ever wondered where the warmest place on earth is? The answer may be surprising to most as it's not a geographical location, rather small confined areas. The World Meteorological Organization (WMO) stated the highest temperature ever recorded on the surface of the earth was discovered in 1913, in Death Valley, where temperatures reached 56.7°C. In today's society, that may seem extremely warm, but in the grand scheme of things, it really isn't.

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