There is a lot of different material that can be used to create the most popular and unique wire for crafting products such as clothing, gloves, ties and toys. The most popular among these different materials is polyester. In this article I will introduce you to polyester and how it is used in relation to the popular round copper wire that we see so commonly.
The most common type of material that is used to create the copper wire that we are all familiar with is nylon. Nylon is also commonly used to create the popular PEW (polyester-coated woven nylon) insulation. The reason that PEW has become so popular is because it is able to create a barrier against heat while still providing a comfortable level of insulation. This same concept is translated over to the creation of Polyester Nylon enameled Copper Wire (also known as class 155). While this may seem like a strange combination at first, it makes a lot of sense when you think about it.
One of the things that most people do not realize about this wire is that it is actually classified as a super enameled copper wire. It is very similar to the enameled copper wire that we see on electrical boxes at stores but the difference is that it does not have the finish applied to it. The reason that this wire is classified as a super enameled class is because it has been dipped in an extremely hot chemical bath that leaves it with a super-shiny surface. If you were to shine a flashlight in its center, you would not be able to see any sign of the chemical bath but if you shone a normal flashlight in the center of the Super Enameled Copper Wire, you would notice a glow.
The material used to create this incredibly shiny surface is Urethane. Originally, this material was chosen because it was a soft and durable substance that was resistant to scratching and cracking. Today, this soft and durable material has transformed into the most commonly used material in the manufacture of Urethane coated copper bars.
Polyester and nylon are both synthetic materials which mean that they can be manufactured at a much faster rate than natural products. When these two materials are processed into raw materials, they tend to take much longer to be completed. Due to this reason, producers of Urethane coated copper bars must buy raw materials in bulk quantities in order to keep up with demand. While this means that these producers can afford to buy large quantities of raw materials at one time, it also means that the price per bar can be higher. Because of this, producers of this type of wire are forced to charge a premium price for their product.
Urethane coated copper wire class 155 comes in a variety of different colors. While the primary color of this class is copper, you will find a wide array of different colors including blue, black, green, and even gray. This means that no matter what type of environment this wire will be exposed to, you will always be able to find a color to match. This is just another great feature of this highly versatile material.
Another thing that makes Urethane coated copper wire so popular is its incredible tensile strength. Because this type of material tends to bond closely to its shape, it is capable of withstanding a lot of force without breaking or tearing. In addition, copper wire is also very easy to cut, making it a very versatile wire that can be used for both electricity and fiber optic wiring.
Because of these amazing characteristics, this type of wire is often used to create insulators for electrical components and electronics, as well as computer hardware and other electronic components. However, one of the main reasons why Urethane coated copper wire is so popular is because it is also able to resist corrosion. The ability of this wire to resist corrosion is what helps it to remain flexible and long-lasting even in the most humid and hazardous conditions. When you combine all of these outstanding characteristics with the fact that this type of wire is less expensive than most other types, it is easy to understand why so many manufacturers choose to use this wire when creating wire accessories.