Silicone rubber cables have excellent high temperature and low temperature resistance, excellent electrical insulation properties, excellent chemical stability, high voltage resistance, aging resistance, and long service life. And it is soft and easy to install. Silicone rubber cables are widely used in high-temperature environments such as lighting appliances, electric heating appliances, instrumentation, motor lead wires, electronics, lamps, and gas appliances.
Because FEP/PFA/ETFE/PTFE has the characteristics of non-stickiness, heat resistance, sliding properties, moisture resistance, abrasion resistance, and corrosion resistance. Therefore, compared with other high temperature wires, FEP/PFA/ETFE/PTFE wires have excellent thermal stability and mechanical abrasion resistance electrical insulation properties. They are resistant to strong acids and alkalis, corrosion resistance, fire and non-combustibility, high oxygen index, low smoke and halogen free, no aging, Easy to strip, high strength and friction resistance. So it is widely used in various industries. In the electronics industry, it can be used for temperature compensation wires, low temperature resistance wires, high temperature heating wires, aging resistance wires and flame retardant wires; in the household appliance industry, it can be used for air conditioners, microwave ovens, electronic disinfection cabinets, rice cookers, electronic hot water bottles, electric heaters , Electric ovens, electric frying pans, lamps and lanterns, etc. internal wiring and signal transmitting and receiving equipment. The colors of FEP/PFA/ETFE/PTFE electronic wires are generally red, yellow, blue, white, black, yellow-green, and brown. The temperature resistance of the electronic wire has a lot to do with the material of the outer insulating material. PTFE (polytetrafluoroethylene) non-stick coating can be used continuously at 260°C, with a high use temperature of 290-300°C, extremely low friction coefficient, good wear resistance and excellent chemical stability. FEP (Fluorinated Ethylene Propylene Copolymer) non-stick coating melts and flows to form a non-porous film during baking. It has excellent chemical stability and excellent non-stick characteristics. The higher operating temperature is 200°C. PFA (perfluoroalkyl compound) non-stick coating melts and flows during baking like FEP to form a non-porous film. The advantage of PFA is that it has a higher continuous use temperature of 260°C, stronger stiffness and toughness, and is especially suitable for anti-sticking and chemical resistance applications under high temperature conditions.