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Continuous use up to 
...1300F (704C) 
Single Exposure up to 
...1600F (871C) 
Good Moisture, Chemical 
...And Abrasion Resistance 
High Temperature Stability 

Conductor: Solid or stranded thermocouple wire per 
ASTM E230 & ANSI MC96.1 

Insulation: Braided fiberglass with high 
Temperature impregnation* 
(24 to 30 AWG Served Glass) 

Construction: Parallel conductors 

Jacket: Braided fiberglass with high 
Temperature impregnation* 

Operating temperature: +1300F (+704C) continuous 
+1600F (+871C) single exposure 

Limits of error: Conforms to ASTM E230, IEC 584 
And ANSI MC 96.1 

Shanghai Tankii Alloy Material Co., Ltd.

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