0361TQ EPR/CSP rubber welding cable is designed for use under adverse conditions. These exceptionally sturdy single core cables also have a high degree of flexibility. This makes using portable tools easier and also keeps knots from forming in the cable, which could cause the internal conductor to break. Also referred to as O361TQ.
Most commonly used for transmitting high currents from an electric welding device to a manually or automatically operated line or spot welding machine. These robust 0361TQ cables can also be used in transport belts, and production or assembly lines, for example in the automobile, ship building, and tool making industries.
Suitable for indoor or outdoor applications including wet and oily environments. Can be described as HOFR = heat resistant, oil resistant, flame retardant rubber.
|Construction – 0361TQ EPR/CSP welding|
|fine or extra fine stranded plain or tinned copper conductors|
|usually has a synthetic film separating layer|
|ethylene propylene rubber (EPR) insulation|
|black or orange chlorosulfonated polyethylene rubber (CSP) outer sheath|
|Technical – 0361TQ EPR/CSP welding|
|conductor make-up:||up to 95mm² = class 6 (extra-fine stranded)|
|120mm² and above = class 5 (flexible fine stranded)|
|– see Stranding/Resistance page|
|bend radius:||6x overall diameter (O/D) fixed, 12x O/D flexing|
|voltage rating:||100V operating, 1000V test|
|current rating:||as per rubber sheathed welding chart, see Current Ratings page|
|temperature range:||-25°C to +85°C flexible operating|
|construction:||generally according to BS638 part 4|
|flame retardant:||according to BS EN 60332-1-2 (BS EN 50265-2-1)|
A printable specification is available here: 0361TQ black or orange EPR/CSP welding cable.
For other rubber sheathed flexible welding cables return to the Rubber or PUR Flex and Welding front page.