ÖLFLEX® HEAT 260 SC from LAPP

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August 22, 2022

 

For use in the most extreme conditions

ÖLFLEX® HEAT 260 SC – PTFE single core, robust, chemical resistant and space-saving, for use in machine and plant construction at temperatures: -190°C to +260°C

  • •Excellent chemical, thermal and electrical performance
  • •Space and weight-saving
  • •UL AWM Style 11486 (28-12 AWG)*

 

Product Features

 
  • •Flame retardance rating (UL): FT2 (Horizontal flame test)
  • Flame-retardant according to IEC 60332-1-2 & CSA FT1
  • Made of PTFE
  • Outstanding resistance against acids, alkalis, solvents, lacquers, petrol, oils and many other chemical media 
  • Difficult to inflame
  • High dielectric strength and high abrasion
    resistance
  • Low water absorption 
  • Resistant to microbes
  • Adhesion-free insulation materials
  • Weather and ozone resistant
  • Hydrophobic and dirt-repellent
  • High elongation and tear resistance
  • Resists contact with liquid nitrogen
  • Resistant against hydraulic fluids
  • Silver plated copper is characterized by good surface conductivity (skin effect) and good solderability

 

Why ÖLFLEX® HEAT 260 CS?

  • Small outer diameters for maximum saving of space and weight
  • Resistant to contact with mostly all highly aggressive chemical media
  • Stress crack resistant to frequent ambient temperature fluctuations
  • For use in environments with very high operating temperatures, heavy usage of chemical agents or confined spaces

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