Flexible thermocouple cables and assemblies
Cicoil's Highly Flexible Thermocouple Cables are designed for continuous motion, tight routing, and are used for temperature sensing, control instrumentation, heating systems and automated equipment applications.
Cicoil's Highly Flexible Thermocouple Cables are designed for continuous motion, tight routing, excessive temperatures (-65°C to +260°C) and harsh environments. Cicoil’s flexible 28 AWG Flat Thermocouple Cable is available in Type J and K versions with 1 to 8 conductors. They are used for temperature sensing, control instrumentation, heating systems and automated equipment applications. The compact, flame retardant solution is free of halogens and contaminants.
Cicoil’s extrusion process allows each Thermocouple conductor to be placed in a flat profile, precisely controlling the spacing of each component, insulation thickness and the overall cable shape.
The tear resistant Flexx-Sil jacket is also self-healing from small punctures and will not wear, crack or deform due to long term exposure to tight routing, vibration, heat, continuous flexing, water, ice, steam, sunlight, humidity, ozone, UV light, autoclave and many chemicals.
Cicoil's Flexx-Sil Jacketed Thermocouple Cables are UL & CSA Recognized, CE Conforming, RoHS 2 & REACH Compliant, Class 1 Clean Room Rated and are manufactured in an automated, climate controlled environment.
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