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Marine wire and cable (tinned copper)


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Marine wire and cable may also be listed as tinned cable and wire. Copper conductors usually have a tin coating, which causes the stranded wire to be called "tinned copper." Tinned copper marine cables are designed to reduce corrosion and prevent electrical failures.



Marine cable wire (tinned copper) can be used in marine applications up to 105°C, internal wiring of electrical equipment and general circuit wiring. It is used for electrical connections in marine conditions where tinned conductors are preferred. Tinned copper marine cable performs well in all marine conditions, even in salt water.



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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