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The Letter P
A stripe applied longitudinally on a wire or cable parallel to the axis of the conductor.
PolyEthylene. A widely used thermoplastic insulation and jacket compound.
A thermoplastic material having excellent electrical properties. Low dielectric constant, a stable dielectric constant over all frequencies, very high insulation resistance. In terms of flexibility, polyethylene can be rated stiff to very hard, depending on molecular weight and density - low-density being the most flexible, and the high-density, high-molecular weight formulation being very hard. Moisture resistance is rated excellent.
Often referred to as PVC, it's a general purpose thermoplastic used for wire and cable insulations and jackets.
The specific lengths of wire desired to fulfill an order. Common put-up lengths are 1000', 2500', and 5000'. See customized copper wire for more information.
Polyvinyl Chloride. A common insulating and jacketing material used on cables.