PVC-coated PET

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A lightweight, abrasion-resistant polyester fabric that is coated with a fire-retardant PVC.
  • UL-rated for flammability meeting UL94 VTM-0
  • Abrasion resistant yet lightweight jacketing
  • Available in gray, black, and other colors may also be available

Material Specification No. 1117

Raw materials are not sold separately, please contact the sales department for any special requirements.

Details

PVC-coated PET is a perfect material for general cable bundling and protection.

PVC-coated PET is a 0.014” thick, lightweight general-purpose jacketing. The material meets UL94 VTM-0 for flammability. There are six colors available, making this material ideal for applications that require color-coding. This jacketing is versatile and can be paired with snap buttons, pressure tracks, zippers, or an adhesive closure. The operational temperature range is -40°F to 179°F (-40°C to 82°C).


Specifications

PVC-coated PET

Coating Polyvinylchloride
Base Fabric Polyester (PET)
Flame Retardant UL94, VTM -0
Tensile Strength (Tongue) 17.75 lbs. (Warp) & 13.25 lbs. (Fill)
Surface Resistance (500v) 1.6 x 10-14 ohms-sq/cm.
RoHS RoHS-10
Tensile Strength (Grab) 99.25 lbs. (Warp & Fill)
Arc Resistance 12 sec @ 12.5Kv
Dielectric Constant 3.34 @ 50 Hz
Elongation 30% (warp & fill)
Material Thickness 0.014"
Minimum Operating Temperature -40 ° F (-40 ° C )
Maximum Operating Temperature 179 ° F (82 ° C )

Available Attributes

Material Color Black Yellow Blue Orange Green Gray

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