Difference Between Teflon Wire And PVC Hook Up Wire

Difference Between Teflon Wire And PVC Hook Up Wire

Date:Nov 26, 2019

Teflon wire, commonly known as fluoroplastic wire, also known as high temperature wire, refers to the wire whose insulation is made of fluoroplastic, which has the special performance of high temperature resistance, excellent corrosion resistance, excellent electrical insulation performance, high voltage resistance and aging resistance, and long service life. High temperature wire is widely used in the electronic industry, such as temperature compensation wire, low temperature resistant wire, high temperature heating wire, aging resistant wire and flame-retardant wire; it is widely used in the household electrical appliance industry, such as internal wiring of air conditioner, microwave oven, electronic disinfection cabinet, rice cooker, electric heater, electric oven, electric frying pan, lamp lighting, etc.

PVC hook up wire is composed of single or multiple conductive copper wires, and the surface is wrapped with a layer of insulator to prevent the junction from reaching the conductor. The specifications of the common PVC hook up wires are UL1007, UL1061, UL1051, UL1571, etc. according to the normal standards, the internal conductors of the PVC hook up wires should be divided into bare copper and tinned copper. PVC is not resistant to high temperature. It is easy to aging and embrittlement under repeated cold and hot conditions. Its performance is not very good under supercooled and overheated conditions, and its price is higher. However, its acid-base resistance is relatively good, and its service life is longer than that of rubber wire under outdoor sun exposure. However, with the rapid development of modern chemical technology, these differences have been reduced.


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