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Flex-A-Prene Welding Cable
#6 ga through #1 ga

 

Highly flexible annealed 30 gauge bare copper conductor, insulated with an EPDM jacket and paper separator. Operating temperatures range from -50C to +105C (-58F to +221F). Rated to 600 volts. Sold by the foot in black only.

Also available in black, blue, green, red and yellow jacket colors when purchased on 250, 500, and 1,000 ft. reels. Conforms to ICEA and NEMA requirements for welding cable.

Also perfect for use with Anderson modular connectors and pto generators.  To determine Ampacity assume insulated conductors in free air at ambient air temperature of 30C (86F) and a maximum conductor temperature 60C.  *Values listed below are from NEC Table 310.15(B)(17).

NOTE:  When using with PTO generators, you must purchase three or four times the length needed since this is single conductor cable (i.e. one conductor for each hot lead, one for the neutral, and one for the ground if not using a separate bare conductor).

Click here for our online voltage drop calculator if you are concerned about long cables.

 

Specifications

Gauge Stranding O.D. Average Wall Thickness Weight per
1,000 feet
Approximate
Ampacity*
#6 259/30 .318 .060 112 lbs. 80 Amps
#4 364/30 .358 .060 154 lbs. 105 Amps
#2 624/30 .422 .060 238 lbs. 140 Amps
#1 780/30 .503 .080 310 lbs. 165 Amps
#1/0 998/30 .538 .080 384 lbs. 195 Amps
#2/0 1,183/30 .591 .080 470 lbs. 225 Amps
#3/0 1,539/30 .630 .080 576 lbs. 260 Amps
#4/0 1,959/30 .710 .080 734 lbs. 300 Amps

* Ampacity is from NEC Table NEC Table 310.15(B)(17).  Adjust as necessary depending on use and installation conditions.

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#6 gauge #2 gauge
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#4 gauge #1 gauge