EPDM Wire & Cable

What is EPDM?

Also known as ethylene-propylene-diene elastomer, EPDM is a chemically cross-linked elastomer with excellent flexibility at high and low temperatures. EPDM also has better cut-through resistance than Silicone rubber, which it replaces in some applications.

Features & Advantages of EPDM:

  • Temperature range of to 150°C to -55°C
  • Insulation Resistance
  • Dielectric strength
  • Excellent abrasion resistance & mechanical properties
  • Moisture Resistant

Common Applications of EPDM Wire & Cable 

Since EPDM performs well in high-temperature environments, the wire or cable is well suited for industrial applications such as:

  • Motors
  • Ballasts
  • Transformers
  • Coils

2 Item(s)

  1. Belden UL-AWM-Style-3340-and-3374

    Belden UL-AWM-Style-3340-and-3374

    Tinned Copper Conductor. Separator Over Conductor. EPDM Insulation.

  2. Belden UL-AWM-Style-3499

    Belden UL-AWM-Style-3499

    Tinned Copper Conductor. EPDM Insulation. 125ºC. 600V.

2 Item(s)