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What Is Marine Electrical Wire?

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Marine wire, also known as marine grade wire or marine cable, is a special type of highly flexible cable made from a high strand count of individually tinned copper conductors.



Marine grade wire is made with a high conductor count to maintain extra flexibility. This allows it to make the bends and curves needed to snake through the grooves inside the boat, and also makes it easier to make tight connections.



As for the conductors themselves, they are individually tinned to protect them from the ravages of corrosion, which is bad enough in freshwater environments but much more severe in saltwater environments.



Premier Cable supplies a comprehensive range of marine & offshore cable for use shipboard wiring. Our marine cables are designed to perform in extremes of temperatures, both high and low, and to be resistant to adverse elements such as humidity, oil, acid, muds and salt water, as are prevalent in most marine and offshore operational environments.

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