Marine Grade Tinned Wire

Marine grade wire from Del City is manufactured with electroplated tinned copper wire housed in an extremely flexible polyvinyl chloride (PVC) jacket. Tinned copper wire is designed to meet or exceed the certifications and ratings expected for marine grade wire, including UL1426, BC-5W2, US Coast Guard Charterboat CRF Title 46, ABYC, and CSA TEW standards. Tinned marine wire contains 6.5% more copper than standard SAE wire, while remaining flexible for easy wiring. The wire is rated up 600 volts AC/DC and is rated to temperatures of 105°C (221°F) dry and 75°C (167°F) wet. With this level of certifications and ratings, the tinned copper wire meets or exceeds all tests to make it the ideal wiring solution for your marine, boating, or other harsh environment application. Marine wire is commonly used for under dash setups, lighting, radars, radios, and other marine accessories. All ratings are printed directly on the insulation of the tinned marine wire to clearly communicate its usage.

Not only does this tinned copper wire meet the certifications and ratings required for marine wire use, it is also high resistant and durable. The jacketed tinned wire is resistant to moisture, corrosion, and chemicals and is also flame retardants. This jacket provides the ultimate protection against chemicals like battery acid, oil, gas, and UV radiation. Tinned copper wire spools from Del City are offered in a variety of gauges sizes and spool lengths. Gauges offered range from 18 gauge to 2 gauge, while spool lengths range from 18 feet to 1,000 feet. Color options of the marine tinned wire include red, black, green, and pink. These spool and color options will vary by gauge size. The various tinned copper wire options available for marine applications, in additional to our other marine products, makes Del City a great direct source for the demands of a variety of marine installs. Discover quality boat wiring for long-lasting durability along with the tools and accessories you need, right here at Del City.

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