THW-2 Extra Flexible Building Wire
At Philatron Wire and Cable, we specialize in creating the perfect custom wire applications for a wide range of different environments and industries. Our flexible building wires, THW-2, AWM, MTW, and SCT cables are all designed to perform exceptionally and stand up to wear and environmental conditions.
All wires and cables we create comply with electrical standards. Our 600 volt cables feature protective jackets that allow for flexibility and durability during a variety of applications. Our building wires and cables are abrasion and crush resistant and they can be directly buried. This protective jacket also keeps water and oil away from the wiring.
Wires can be exposed to high temperatures across a wide range of industries. Our building wires and cables are heat and flame resistant, so that they can keep working even under the harshest conditions. These wires and cables are available with a range of different gauge sizes, extra flexible I class stranding, and cable weights.
Our team will work with you to design the perfect wires and cables for any situation. Have a look at our selection of flexible building wires for appliances, construction, and more.
THW-2 cables are typically found in a variety of building electrical systems. THW-2 cables are perfect for branch circuits and industrial electrical connections. These cables are heat-resistant and insulated.
Appliance Wiring Material (AWM) is a general wire or cable that is commonly used in electrical circuits and the wiring or many different types of appliances. AWM Wires come with many different gauge sizes and heat ratings.
SCT power cables are commonly used for stage lighting and other applications that require flexible and durable electrical connectors.
Machine Tool Wire (MTW) is mostly used in the internal wiring of control panels, appliances and machine tools. These wires have a high strand count and are very flexible.
Contact our team today for more information. We are here to help you find the perfect electrical solutions.
|Part Number||Gauge Size||k strands 30 Gauge||Insulation Wall (inches)||Nominal O.D. (inches)||Weight/ 1,000 feet (pounds)|