Wire & Cable Distribution
CableMaster offers an extensive selection of molded power cords, including molded NEMA straight blade and twist-lock cords for the North American market.Learn More
CableMaster brings solutions for industrial high bay lighting with twist-lock cords in a variety of lengths and configurations.Learn More
CableMaster manufactures a large variety of high quality, competitively priced portable cord for temporary or portable power in commercial, residential and industrial applications.Learn More
CableMaster manufactures a large variety of high quality, competitively priced portable cord for temporary or portable power in commercial, residential and industrial applications. Our portable cord options are UL listed and CSA-approved for the North American market.
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CableMaster can source any combination of cords for international use. We work to ensure our cables meet the safety approvals of the country where used. Our Harmonized Cord (H05VV-F, H05RR-F, H07RN-F) can carry the ⊲HAR⊳ mark, which is accepted throughout Europe.
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CableMaster offers a full range of bulk wire to meet your requirements, including high-temperature wire, lead wire and a variety of single-conductor wire. CableMaster’s single conductor wire are available in multiple colors and jacket types, including PVC, halogen-free, rubber and polyurethane. Our wire products are trusted across several industries, including electronic equipment, electrical meters, control panels, commerical appliances, lighting fixtures, HVAC equipment and more.
|Image||Name||Type||Description||Tempurature Rating||UL Styles|
|Braided Silicone Rubber||High Temperature Wire (>150°C)||150°C and 200°C single conductor silicone rubber insulated wire with lacquer sealed braided fiberglass jacket. Typical applications include for motor leads, lighting fixtures, electronics, ranges, and other high temperature applications. This wire falls under the Fixture Wire classification with the following designations: SF-1, SF-2, SFF-1, SFF-2, SEW-1, SEW-2, SEWF-1, SEWF-2 and SRML. It also meets specifications for UL’s VW-1 flame test.||150-200° C||3068, 3070, 3071, 3074, 3075, 3101, 3122, 3127, 3231, 3304, 3410|
|Braid-less Silicone Rubber||High Temperature Wire (>150°C)||150°C and 200°C single conductor silicone rubber insulated wire. Superior low temperature, moisture, ozone, and chemical protection properties highlight this product. Typical uses are as appliance, fixture, and motor lead wire.||150-200° C||3133, 3134, 3135, 3138, 3139, 3212, 3213, 3214, 3239, 3257, 3268, 3529, 3530|
|ETFE/ETFE Tefzel 750 (Ethylene Tetrafluoroethylene)||High Temperature Wire (>150°C)||DuPont™ Tefzel ® fluoropolymer resin offers mechanical strength and toughness along with resistance to heat and chemicals. In addition, they provide easy processing, high specific dielectric strength, and a low coefficient of friction. For these reasons, Tefzel ® resins are widely used to make compact wire and cable constructions that provide long, reliable service in demanding environments.||150-200° C||1643, 1644, 10086, 10109, 10185, 10202, 10412|
|FEP (fluorinated ethylene propylene)||High Temperature Wire (>150°C)||FEP wire is a single conductor lead wire with resistance to moisture and fluid. The extruded fluorinated ethylene propylene (FEP) insulation allow the diameter to be 20-30% smaller than conventional wire. FEP offers optimum insulation for smaller applications at half the space of other constructions. FEP meets FDA Code 121.2555 requirements for appliances and machines used in food-contact applications. It is impervious to most chemicals, acids, fuels, solvents and water. Mechanical toughness and low coefficient of fricition allow pull installation of long wire lengths.||200° C||1330, 1331, 1332|
|PTFE (Polytetrafluoroethylene)||High Temperature Wire (>150°C)||PTFE insulated wire is designed to operate in extreme conditions including high frequency and high temperature. Common applications include power supply lead wire, appliance wiring and medical applications. PTFE is highly reliable and provides resistance to ultra-violet radiation, stress, and chemicals. It is non-toxic and environmentally safe.||200-250° C||1180, 1199, 1659, 1815|
|PFA/MFA (perfluoroalkoxy copolymer)||High Temperature Wire (>150°C)||Teflon® PFA is a perfluoroalkoxy copolymer resin available in pellet or powder. Teflon® PFA combines the processing ease of conventional thermoplastic resins with the excellent properties of Teflon® polytetrafluoroethylene (PTFE). Teflon® PFA provides superior creep resistance at high temperatures, excellent low-temperature toughness, and exceptional flame resistance.||250° C||1726, 1727, 1911|
|TGGT/TCGT (Teflon Glass Glass Teflon)||High Temperature Wire (>150°C)||Flexible stranded nickel-coated copper conductor. Constructed of PTFE tapes covered by wrapped fiberglass yarns. UL5256 has high temperature fiberglass braid jacket applied over the insulation, which is then treated with a high temperature saturant. Applications include internal wiring of commercial, industrial and household ovens, cooking and drying equipment, as well as severe hot spot locations in industrial processing.||250° C||5127, 5180, 5256, 5257, 5288, 5331|
|MGT (Mica-tape, Glass, Teflon)||High Temperature Wire (>150°C)||MGT is designed for use within ovens, kilns, furnaces and other high temperature situation. It is constructed with a tough fiberglass braid covering and insulated with glass reinforced mica tapes. MGT high temperature electrical cable is particularly suited to the wiring of equipment within iron and steel mills, brick and cement kilns and glass plants.||450/550 ° C||5107, 5128, 5359, 5360, 5390, 5425|
|PVC (Polyvinyl Chloride)||Lead Wire (<150°C)||Insulated wires are manufactured with stranded and solid conductors in 80°, 90°, and 105°C rated temperatures at 300 and 600 volts. This jacket material is easily colored for coding and is widely used for electronic equipment, meters, control panels, appliances, lighting fixtures, HVAC equipment, and many other products. Most commonly this wire is used as AWM (Appliance Wire Material), MTW (Machine Tool Wire), or TEW (Thermal Equipment Wire). Additionally, all PVC wires will pass the VW-1 flame test. Appliance Wiring Material is both an Underwriters Laboratories and Canadian Standards Association classification for insulated wire and cable used for the internal wiring of appliance and equipment. Machine Tool Wire is classified by Underwriters Laboratories for use in industrial machines exposed to oil, coolants, or other liquids. Thermal Equipment Wire is a Canadian Standards Association designation differing from CSA AWM in the approval for both internal and external applications||80-105° C||1007, 1060, 1220, 1275, 1015, 1276, 1230, 1308, 1028, 1344, 1231, 1345, 1056, 1569|
|Type SIS (Cross-Linked Polyethylene)||Lead Wire (<150°C)||Known as Switchboard Wire, this wire is designed for use as internal wiring of switchboards and control panels in dry locations. It is a very similar product to the XLPE. The UL and CSA ratings are 600V and 90°C.||90° C||3173, 3195, 3196|
|XLPE (Cross-Linked Polyethylene)||Lead Wire (<150°C)||A multiple application wire that has excellent physical and electrical properties. Superb thermal aging characteristics; resistance to weather, sunlight, ozone, moisture, fumes, acids and alkalis, and its ability to resist abrasion deformation make it a good choice for a variety of applications. This material is UL rated at 600V and 125°C or 150°C.||125 – 150° C||3182, 3266, 3290, 3295, 3296, 3297, 3298, 3321|