Commercial Grade Welding Cable 600V What`s - Rematek

Commercial Grade Welding Cable 600V What`s - Rematek
Commercial Grade Welding Cable 600V
Extra Flexible 30AWG Stranded Annealed uncoated Copper Conductors. Black, Red, Green, Blue or Yellow
EPDM Jacket, -40° C to 90° C 600 Volts.
• Extra flexible for long flex life
• Chemical, grease, oil and acid resistant
• Weather, ozone and sunlight resistant jacket
• Abrasion resistant
• Excellent dielectric strength
Welding Cable Amperage Chart
ECS
Catalogue
Number
Conductor
Nominal
O.D.
(inches)
Total
Weight
(lbs/km)
AWG
Size
Stranding
Insulation
(inches)
WELD06NEO
6
30AWG
.080
.365
452
WELD04NEO
4
30AWG
.080
.410
630
WELD02NEO
2
30AWG
.080
.480
958
WELD01NEO
1
30AWG
.080
.515
1,141
WELD001NEO
1/0
30AWG
.080
.590
1,443
WELD002NEO
2/0
30AWG
.080
.630
1,800
WELD003NEO
3/0
30AWG
.080
.695
2,178
WELD004NEO
4/0
30AWG
.100
.805
2,743
WELD250NEO
250MCM
30AWG
.125
.930
3,379
WELD350NEO
350MCM
30AWG
.125
1.05
4,574
WELD500NEO
500MCM
30AWG
.125
1.20
6,195
*Various Jacket colours are available upon request.
What’s the difference between battery cable & welding cable?
• Battery Cable is the OEM standard. Our battery cable meets or exceeds standards established
by the Society of Automotive Engineers, (SAE). Battery cable, insulated with PVC, is flame
retardant & resistant to fuel, oil acid & salt.
• A welding cable is made with very fine copper wire and insulated with synthetic rubber. It’s
more flexible than battery cable, especially in the cold temperatures. Welding cable is easier
to route in tight spaces.
Welding Cable Amperage Chart
AMPS
100'
150'
200'
250'
300'
350'
400'
100
4
4
2
2
1
1/0
1/0
150
4
2
1
1/0
2/0
3/0
3/0
200
2
1
1/0
2/0
3/0
4/0
4/0
250
1
1/0
2/0
3/0
4/0
300
1/0
2/0
3/0
4/0
350
1/0
3/0
4/0
400
2/0
3/0
450
2/0
4/0
500
3/0
4/0
550
3/0
4/0
600
4/0
Required Cable Sizes Show in Gauge Numbers
*The total circuit length includes both welding and grounds leads (based on 4-volt drop) 60% duty
cycle.
Description
These values for current-carrying capacity are based on a copper temperature of 60°C (140°F), an
ambient temperature of 40°C (104°F) and yield load factors from approximately 32% for the 2 AWG cable
to approximately 23% for the 3/0 AWG cable. In actual service, the load factor may be much higher than
indicated without overheating the cable as the ambient temperature will generally be substantially lower
than -40°C.
Suggested Ampacities
For 600 Volt In-Line Applications
AWG
Amperes
AWG
Amperes
4/0
315
1
170
3/0
275
2
150
2/0
235
3
130
1/0
300
4
110
6
85
Per standards: ICEA S-19-18 NEMA WC-3 Part 8,
Appendix J.
Ampacities for portable cable, continuous duty
(Ambient Temperature of 40°C)
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