The First Temperature Sensor
Manufacturer in Saudi Arabia

Compensating Cables
Details of
Thermocouple Cables
 
Teflon Cables  

Teflon Cables
Cables with a Teflon insulation are suited for dry, moist and wet rooms and high mechanical strain at high ambient temperatures. Teflon-insulated cables can be laid outdoors without any problems. They can be laid firmly or flexibly. In the case of flexible laying tensile stress must be avoided.

 
Kapton Cables  

Kapton Cable
Kapton, a kind of polyimide material, has very similar chemical properties like Teflon. Unlike Teflon, Kapton can be processed to very thin foils of very high tensile strength. It has almost no fluidity, but a high elasticity.
Kapton can practically not be glued to other materials. Like glass fibre-insulated cables Kapton-insulated cables are mainly used for high temperatures in a dry environment.
They have excellent electrical and mechanical properties. Cables should be laid firmly as a standard and flexibly as an exception. Tensile stress cannot be tolerated. They are not suited for permanent bending and kinks must be avoided during installation

 
PVC Cables  

PVC Cable
Cables with a PVC-insulation can be used in dry, moist and also wet rooms. They are suited for an average mechanical strain and can be laid firmly or flexibly. In the case of flexible laying tensile stress must be avoided. PVC-insulated cables can be run forcibly. A recurrent bending stress, however, should be avoided. When usedoutdoors, cables with a PVC-insulation must be UV-protected. Furthermore they must be used only within theindicated temperature range.

 
Silicon Fibre Cables  

Silicon Fibre Cable
Silicon-insulated cables are used when high ambient temperatures or the effects of high temperature differences make the cable insulation brittle and fragile after a short time. They are suited for dry, moist and wet rooms and a low mechanical strain. Silicon insulated cables can be laid firmly or flexibly. In the case of flexible laying tensile stress must be avoided.
Silicon-insulated cables are highly flexible and resistant to numerous low concentrated acids and bases. The resistance against fuels and mineral oils, however, is low. Silicon-insulated cables are halogen-free according to IEC 754-1.

 
Fiber Cables  

Fiber Cable
Glass fibre-insulated cables are suited for high temperatures in a dry environment. They can be laid firmly or flexibly. If the temperature exceeds 180°C, cables should be laid firmly as a rule and flexibly as an exception. In the case of flexible laying tensile stress must be avoided. Glass silk-insulated cables are not suited for permanent bending and kinks must be avoided during installation.