Wires & Cables

WACKER offers a comprehensive portfolio of peroxide- and platinum-cure HTV silicone rubber as well as addition-cure silicone gels for use as insulating material in various cables and wires.

Advantages

  • High heat resistance to 300 °C (far in excess of 1000 °C is possible for one-time measurements)
  • Very good dielectric strength
  • Excellent mechanical strength
  • High tear-propagation resistance

Advantages

  • Very good heat resistance over very long periods
  • High tear-propagation resistance
  • Excellent UV resistance
  • High color and design flexibility
  • Excellent mechanical strength
  • No toxic products released in the event of fire (flame resistant)

Advantages

  • Very good resistance to temperatures of 180 °C over very long periods
  • High tear-propagation resistance
  • Excellent mechanical strength
  • No toxic products released in the event of fire (flame resistant)
  • Peroxide-cure, electrically conducting ELASTOSIL® HTV silicone rubber with high tear strength for applications requiring special abrasion or notch resistance
  • Peroxide-cure, oil- and heat-resistant HTV silicone rubber for cables offering superior media resistance
  • Addition-Cure Silicone Gels

Advantages

  • Excellent heat resistance to 300 °C (far in excess of 1000 °C is possible for one-time measurements)
  • High dielectric strength
  • Excellent mechanical strength
  • High tear strength and tear-propagation resistance

Advantages

  • High heat resistance to 300 °C
  • Very good resistance to temperatures of 180 °C over very long periods
  • Excellent tear-propagation resistance
  • High color and design flexibility
  • Excellent mechanical strength

Advantages

  • High heat resistance to 300 °C
  • Very good resistance to temperatures of 180 °C over very long periods
  • High tear-propagation resistance
  • Excellent UV resistance
  • High color and design flexibility
  • Excellent mechanical strength
  • No toxic products released in the event of fire (flame resistant)

Advantages

  • High heat resistance to 250 °C over long periods and briefly to 300 °C
  • High tear strength ensures that the ignition cables are not damaged during repairs and do not fray when rubbing against edges in the engine compartment
  • Extremely high resistance to cyclic, thermal stress
  • Excellent mechanical and chemical resistance
  • Highly insulating