PVC (Polyvinyl chloride) is widely used in electrical cable construction for insulation, bedding and sheathing. It was the 1950s when PVC started to replace rubber insulated and sheathed cables in general household wiring due to its ease of processing.

Here you can get these wires which are available in various lengths, gauges and wire wrapping wires in different colours. PVC is tough and resistant to abrasion, and also has decent mechanical strength, especially when looked at in comparison to its relatively low weight. In addition, PVC is very resistant to corrosion, impact, abrasion, weathering, and even chemical rotting.

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