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Part # Distributor Manufacturer Product Category Description
BLK TEFLON WIRE National Microchip STEREO Not Provided 24AWG
WIRE 22 AWG TEFLON BLACK Straight Road Electronics, Inc. CABLE ASSEMBLIES Not Provided WIRE
WIRE 22 AWG TEFLON GRN/YLW Straight Road Electronics, Inc. CABLE ASSEMBLIES Not Provided WIRE GREEN YELLOW
18GA RED TEFLON TYPE E Quist Electronics COLE WIRE & CABLE CO INC Not Provided Not Provided
45-178 Allied Electronics, Inc. IDEAL Not Provided Wire Stripper; 26-30 AWG E Teflon 600V; w/grip pad & L-5561 blade
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  • Out of the Frying Pan and Onto the Cable - Teflon (R) and other Fluoropolymers (.pdf)
    Teflon, a product developed by DuPont and a common coating on cookware, is one of a group of compounds known as fluoropolymers. Fluoropolymers are fluorocarbon-based polymers with multiple strong carbon-fluorine bonds. Teflon FEP-a different grade than the product used on cookware-and other
  • New Insulation Material Yields Smaller, Lighter, Greener Cables (.pdf)
    content. Halogens are elements such as fluorine, chlorine, bromine and iodine that are highly reactive and can be harmful to people and animals. PVC contains approximately 29% chlorine by weight; in fact, the C in PVC is chloride, an ion of chlorine. Teflon (R) FEP and PTFE contains up to 76%
  • Medical Device Link .
    Laser Processing Services and Equipment A laser machining services provider has added two capabilities to its range of services involving the application of laser energy to polymer-based materials and coatings. In addition to fine-wire stripping, parylene ablation, Teflon marking, and polyimide
  • Medical Device Link .
    unlike any other plastic. By 1947, DuPont began to commercialize PTFE and introduced it as Teflon. Its use as a coating made Teflon a household name, and its popularity spread to a wider range of applications as new resin grades were introduced (see Table I). Although PTFE coating technology
  • Available Temperature Sensors, Probes & Connectors
    as per DIN/IEC 584-2. The specified Tmax values refer to the tip of the sensor. The specified T90 times refer to measuring operations in a moving liquid. The sensor handles and cables are usually resistant to temperatures up to +80 °C. Heat-resistant silicon or Teflon cables are also available
  • Rolling-ring actuators spool up production, cut costs
    the shaft rotates at constant speed. Rolling-ring actuators give backlash-free linear motion resolvable to 0.0004 in. for reciprocating, positioning, and indexing applications. Jennings International Corp., Norristown, Pa. ( ), builds ram extruders that make Teflon hose, tube, tape

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