Cable stays flexible in extreme heat or cold

March 1, 2005
Arctic Superflex electrical cable from Phillips Industries is specifically designed for durability in extreme temperatures. Not only does it remain flexible

Arctic Superflex electrical cable from Phillips Industries is specifically designed for durability in extreme temperatures. Not only does it remain flexible in harsh cold weather environments to -85°F (-65°C), but Arctic Superflex also holds its shape to +175°F (79°C) making it an excellent cable replacement choice for fleets that run in severe temperature ranges.

The Arctic Superflex cable is resistant to chemicals, oils, and fuel and can be identified by its deep blue jacketing. This seven-conductor cable satisfies ABS requirements, meets SAE J2394 specifications, and is available in 100' or 250' lengths. Other electrical cable ranging from two to six conductor are also available. Phillips' entire line of wire and cable are catalogued on its web site at www.phillipsind.com.

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