- Copper Building Wire
- Aluminum Building Wire
- Central Office Power Cable
- Portable Cord
- Industrial Cable
- Low Voltage
- High Temperature Wire
- Automotive Primary Wire
Cut to length - sold by the foot. Enter the desired footage in the QTY box.
Minimum 25' to maximum 1000'. Please call for longer put ups.
Type XHHW-2/RW90 building wire is intended for general purpose applications utilized in conduit, underground in conduit, or other recognized raceways for services, feeders, and branch-circuit wiring as specified in the National Electrical Code (NEC). Type XHHW-2/RW90 is permitted for 600 volt applications and can be used in wet or dry locations at temperatures not to exceed 90ºC. Suitable for applications requiring low-leaking circuits and a dielectric constant of 3.5 or less.
Available in sizes 14 AWG through 1000 KCMIL. On 250 KCMIL and larger, sequential foot markings located every foot for easy measuring. For 1 AWG through 4/0 AWG, sequential foot markings on master reels only unless otherwise specified. 6 AWG and larger rated Sunlight Resistant in all colors. 1/0 AWG and larger are rated for cable tray use and comply with IEEE 1202/FT4 (70,000 Btu/hr) flame test and ICEA T-29-520 (210,000 Btu/hr) flame test.
Underwriters Laboratories Standard UL-44
ASTM Stranding Class B3, B8, B787
Federal Specification A-A-59544
Canadian Standards Association C22.2 No. 38
NEMA WC-70/ICEA S-95-658
NFPA 70: National Electrical Code (NEC)
UL 1685-FT4/IEEE 1202 (70,000 Btu/hr) Flame Test (1/0 AWG and larger)
ICEA T-29-520 (210,000 Btu/hr) Flame Test
ARRA 2009; Section 1605 "Buy American" Compliant
Stranded, uncoated bare copper conductors per ASTM-B3, ASTM-B787 and ASTM-B8
Cross-linked polyethylene (XLPE) insulation per UL-44
Size: 6 AWG
Number of Strands: 7
Insulation Thickness XLPE: 1.14 mm / 0.045 inches
Outside Diameter: 6.96 mm / 0.274 inches
Weight: 0.107 lbs per ft
Allowable Ampacity: 55 Amps at 60ºC / 65 Amps at 75ºC / 75 Amps at 90ºC
*Data provided on this page is subject to change based on different manufacturers variances.