Thermal Wire and Cable type ZHF Fixture wires are intended to be grounded conductors and may be used as a tap conductor to connect luminaires to branch-circuit conductor, conjunction box or other fitting that is allowed to contain splices. Fixture wire should not be used as branch circuit conductors unless permitted by NEC code elsewhere.Learn More
Our wire and cable plays mission-critical roles in refinery trays, power cables, thermocouple temperature sensing, instrumentation cable for Scanners, burners and monitors and supplying electricity for motor leads. Our fire-rated cables can be used to replace expensive fire rated structures, blankets or wraps and the difficult
Our wire and cable play mission-critical roles in: refinery trays, power cables, thermocouple temperature sensing, instrumentation cable for scanners, burners and monitors and supplying electricity for motor leads.
Our fire-rated cables can be used to replace expensive fire-rated structures, blankets or wraps as well as the MI cable which can be difficult to install. Fire-resistive cables pass the extreme flame test standards of UL 2196/ULC S-139, European Standard IEC 60331 and Military Standard MIL-DTL-24643. Our 200C/250C/450C ignition cables are a compact design and are cut and terminated with conventional tools. They are chemical resistant and exhibit a very low coefficient of friction. Our low-voltage instrumentation cables are used for high heat and chemical-resistant applications where conventional cables have failed.
Typical applications include internal wiring of motors, booster melting systems, and electronic equipment.Learn More
They are also designed for installation as hazardous location motor lead cable, overhead crane power cable, glass plant wiring, melt shop wiring, slag and teeming ladle cars wiring or other applications that require long service life in extreme heat and flexing conditions.Learn More
UL Listed FEP building wire offers distinct advantages over the frequently specified silicone rubber glass braid (SRML). The reduced size and weight of Teflon® insulated cable allows more circuits per conduit and eases installation in confined spaces. Teflon® insulated cables have outstanding resistance to chemicals, oils and solvents that often cause rapid deterioration of other insulating materials.Learn More
UL Listed FEPB combines the superior qualities of Teflon® and the abrasion resistant characteristics of a fibrous braid. Thermal Wire and Cable FEPB is smaller in diameter than silicone rubber insulated cables yet retains the cut through, crush and abrasion resistance of braided cables.Learn More
Thermal Wire and Cable LLC type Z Tefzel® insulated lead wire and power cables produce very little smoke when burned, is chemically inert to nearly all industrial chemicals and solvents. Tefzel® as a primary insulation couples superior dielectric properties is abrasion resistant, heat resistant and its’ durability is second to none. Its’ flexible nature and small diameter profile provides for easy, economical installations. Fully pigmented insulation in bright colors aids in positive identification. Compared to other high temperature cables that are augmented with a braid, Tefzel® insulated wire will slide rather than tear, yet its abrasion resistance helps eliminate cut-through and other damage that can occur during installation and use. Type Z conductors for general wiring are 20% smaller in diameter than braided cables allowing more circuits per conduit.Learn More
Type ZW Cable high performance wire utilize ethylene tetra Fluoroethylene (ETFE) insulation and are for use per the National Electrical Code for conductors for general wiring and in wet environments. Its small diameter profile provides for easy, economical installations. Fully pigmented insulation in bright colors aids in positive identification.Learn More