Ravi Industries



PTFE Insulated Wire


PTFE Insulated Wire

We are counted amongst the leading PTFE Insulated Wire Manufacturers and Suppliers for bring forth an exclusively customized range. We serve PTFE Insulated Wire under the brand name POLY UNIFLOW. The PTFE Insulated Wire made by us undergoes stringent quality check throughout its production cycle, to ensure the finest quality which makes it efficient to render high performance in the long run.

Attributes

  • Physical/Chemical
    • Inert to practically all chemicals even at elevated temperatures
    • Exceptional resistance to Ultra-Violet radiation as well as stress-cracking
    • Resistant to fungus and mould growth
    • Non-toxic, non-contaminating, and bio-compatible
  • High Temperature
    • Good thermal stability; ideal for use from -200oC to +260oC
    • Resistant to soldering iron
    • Fire (flame) proof
    • Suitable for high density wiring
  • Electrical
    • Perfect for a very wide frequency range (DC to above 10,000 MHz) over extensive temperature range
    • Lowest dielectric constant (2.1)
    • Lowest dissipation factor (below 0.0003)
    • High surface and volume resistivity
  • Mechanical
    • Compact design
    • Light weight
    • Excellent flex-life
    • High reliability
    • Resistant to cold-flow
    • Cut-through resistance


Salient Features

  • Tested on physical and electrical strength
  • Minimum shrinkage or deformation
  • Wrapped and sintered with minimum three layers of PTFE tape that offers balanced bi-axially orientation and concentrically placed insulation
  • Perfect surface like extruded wire that too without the shortcomings of extruded PTFE insulation
  • No run-away problem at soldering-iron temperatures
  • High performance
  • Certified minimum BREAK DOWN VOLTAGE (on samples)
  • Controlled tolerance on weight
  • PTFE density and conductor resistance


Caution

  • Stripping of Tape-Wrapped-Sintered (TWS) PTFE insulation is commonly difficult on automatic high-speed machines.
  • Thin-wall insulation is not suggested for higher soldering iron temperatures and for gauges larger than AWG 20.



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