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PVC Extruded

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Example Applications: Permanent Sensor Fabrication, Laboratories, Test Facilties, Short-run Extension Leads Symbols:
† = Available as a UL construction. Prefix construction code with a "U"
§ = Also available as a multi-pair construction
1 = Two singles twisted together without a jacket
2 = In multi-pair construction, outer shield only
3 = This construction code applies only to multi-pair cable

PP: The least expensive jacketed extension wire insulation available. The PVC individual color-coded conductors are insulated with 15 mils (nominal) of PVC, then parallel conductors are given a 20 mil PVC jacket (35 mils for UL). The Jacket is easily stripped for separation of insulated conductors for assembly.
Compounds Shields /Twisting Temp. Rating (Continuous) Notes
Singles:
105°C PVC
15 mil nominal

Jacket:
90°C PVC
20 mil nominal
None v105°C
(220 °F)

35 mil jacket
Comparison to Other Constructions:
Abrasion Resistance - Good
Chemical Resistance - Fair
Moisture Resistance - Good
Relative Cost - Low

PTW:The least expensive extension wire insulation available. The PVC individual color-coded conductors are insulated with 15 mils (nominal) of PVC, then twisted together.

Compounds Shields /Twisting Temp. Rating (Continuous) Notes
Singles:
105°C PVC
15 mil nominal

No Jacket
No Shields

Singles Twisted
v105°C
(220 °F)
1
Comparison to Other Constructions:
Abrasion Resistance - Good
Chemical Resistance - Fair
Moisture Resistance - Fair
Relative Cost - Low

PTWP: The least expensive jacketed extension wire insulation available. The PVC individual color-coded conductors are insulated with 15 mils (nominal) of PVC, twisted together, then conductor pair(s) are given a 20 mil PVC jacket (35 mils for UL). The jacket is easily stripped for separation of insulated conductors for assembly.

Compounds Shields /Twisting Temp. Rating (Continuous) Notes
Singles:
105°C PVC
15 mil nominal

Jacket:
90°C PVC
20 mil nominal
No Shields

Singles Twisted
v105°C
(220 °F)
§
Comparison to Other Constructions:
Abrasion Resistance - Good
Chemical Resistance - Fair
Moisture Resistance - Fair
Relative Cost - Low

PAP: Single & Multipair cables with an overall shield are constructed by insulating the single conductors with PVC. One conductor of each pair is numbered and twisted with its counterpart. The twisted pairs are cabled with an insulated copper communications wire and the entire construction is wrapped with an aluminum/Mylar tape shield. A copper drain wire is applied under the extruded PVC jacket.
Compounds Shields /Twisting Temp. Rating (Continuous) Notes
Singles:
105°C PVC
15 mil nominal

Jacket:
90°C PVC
20 mil nominal
Overall Shield

Singles Twisted
v105°C
(220 °F)
†,§,2
Comparison to Other Constructions:
Abrasion Resistance - Good
Chemical Resistance - Fair
Moisture Resistance - Good
Relative Cost - Low

PAAP: This construction is the same as the PAP construction, with the addition of an aluminum/Mylar tape and drain wire over each single pair in the construction in addition to the overall shield. This provides isolation for each separate pair in the construction and eliminates internal and external noise in the circuit.
Compounds Shields /Twisting Temp. Rating (Continuous) Notes
Singles:
105°C PVC
15 mil nominal

Jacket:
90°C PVC
20 mil nominal
Single and Overall Shield

Singles Twisted
v105°C
(220 °F)
†,§,3
Comparison to Other Constructions:
Abrasion Resistance - Good
Chemical Resistance - Fair
Moisture Resistance - Good
Relative Cost - Low

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Warranty

Marlin Thermocouple Wire (“Seller”) warrants that any product provided by Seller shall be free from defects in material or workmanship from a twelve month period from the date of shipment. Seller shall replace any products it has provided which fail to meet the applicable warranty as set forth.

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