The high temperature wire is a high temperature wire made of special materials, processed with high temperature, high strength and special technology. The main features are high temperature resistance, insulation, fire retardant, corrosion resistance, aging resistance, weather resistance, high strength, high coefficient, antistatic, smooth appearance and so on. So what material is the high temperature wire made of? Now let me explain to you:
What material is the high temperature wire
There are generally two materials for high temperature wires.
1. Silicone rubber material, good softness. Silicone rubber can be used in the installation and connection of electrical circuits with AC rated voltage below 500V, and is widely used in electric heaters, paint rooms, lighting equipment and other lighting and home appliances.
2. Iron fluoride material (polytetrafluoroethylene), polytetrafluoroethylene hard point. Teflon materials can be used in instrumentation, aerospace, power smelting, chemical industry, ships, vehicles, food machinery, household appliances, drying rooms and other fields.
How much temperature can the high temperature wire withstand
Typically, high temperature wire is made of solid wire or silver or nickel plated copper wire. It is mainly composed of conductor and thermal insulation layer. The insulators are made of PFA ferric fluoride. This kind of wire is also called high temperature wire. The general working temperature is above 80 degrees Celsius to 250 degrees Celsius, and it can work in the environment of 300 degrees Celsius in a short time.
In addition to high temperature environments, high temperature wires have strong corrosion resistance, oil resistance, acid and alkali resistance, insulation, moisture resistance, high pressure resistance and ductility. Best of all, this wire is also longevity wire and has a long lifespan. In terms of application, high-temperature wires also play a strong role. It is generally used in other applications in various industries such as control lines, automotive lines, aviation lines, rubber insulated flexible lines, communications, construction, automobiles, and electronics.