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Type III 41/.0100 Stranding
Nominal OD .138 inch
Tin plated copper stranding with a jacket resistant to moisture, oil, chemicals, gasoline fuel
Designed to meet SAE, ABYC, UL and Coast Guard requirements, 600 volts, 105°C dry, 75°C wet
Type III 41/.0100 Stranding. Nominal OD .138 inch. Tinned Marine primary wire available in many colors and is also very flexible, Type III stranded. Tin plated copper stranding with a jacket resistant to moisture, oil, chemicals, gasoline fuel and excellent abrasion resistance. Designed to meet SAE, ABYC, UL and Coast Guard requirements, 600 volts, 105°C dry, 75°C wet. Safety standards for electrical and gasoline fuel systems CFR 33 Part 183.(BC-5W2).
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