ServicePro-X® | No Pulling Lubricant Required - Single Conductors in Conduit

SERVICEPRO-X®

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APPLICATIONS Include:

Wire and Cable for Airport Applications

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AIRPORTS

Wire and Cable for Automotive Manufacturing

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AUTOMOTIVE

Wire and Cable for Hospitals

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HOSPITALS

Wire and cable for Oil, Gas, and Petrochemical Manufacturing

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INDUSTRIAL

Eliminate the need for pulling lubricant.

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THERMOSET INSULATION

Our crosslink single conductors are insulated with thermoset insulation, a superior product compared to thermoplastic compounds. These products use XLPE instead of PVC, are dual rated 600V/1kV, and are Hospital Grade.
 

EASY PHASE IDENTIFICATION

ServicePRO-X® is available and stocked in a wide range of vibrant, industry-standard colors for easy phase identification. Conductors can also be striped or numbered.

 

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ServicePRO-X® SINGLE CONDUCTORS

Building Wire and Cable for Heavy Commercial Applications - Single Conductors

XHHW-2

No Pulling Lubricant Required
(#6 AWG and Larger)

AVAILABLE:
#14 AWG - 1000 Kcmil
Tinned Conductors
VW-1 Rated
Wide Range of Colors
Silicone-Free

Building Wire and Cable for Heavy Commercial Applications - Black, White, and Red Single Conductors

USE-2 or RHW-2

No Pulling Lubricant Required
(#6 AWG and Larger)

AVAILABLE:
#14 AWG - 1000 Kcmil
Tinned Conductors
VW-1 Rated
Wide Range of Colors
Silicone-Free

Building Wire and Cable for Heavy Commercial Applications - Black, Blue, and Red Single Conductors

RW90

No Pulling Lubricant Required
(#6 AWG and Larger)

AVAILABLE:
#14 AWG - 1000 Kcmil
Tinned Conductors
VW-1 Rated
Wide Range of Colors
Silicone-Free

ServiceSolar Single Conductors

SERVICESOLAR®

Photovoltaic Wire (UL 4703)

  • XLP/USE-2 or RHW-2 600V/1kV or 2kV Copper
  • RPVU90 1kV/2kV Copper
  • RHW-2 or RW90 1kV/2kV Copper

AVAILABLE:
#16 AWG - 750 Kcmil
VW-1 Rated
Industry Standard Colors

XHHW-2 ServicePlex Prefab, Twisted Cable

SERVICEPLEX®

Prefab Twisted Single Conductors

  • XHHW-2 Inner Conductors
    600/1,000 Volt Copper

AVAILABLE:
#14 AWG - 750 Kcmil
2-7 Conductors
Built-In Grounds
Pre-Installed Pulling Heads
Wide Range of Colors
Silicone-Free

ServicePRO-X® ADVANTAGES

XLPE Insulation

XLPE Insulation

Not all insulations are created equal. ServicePRO-X® single conductors are insulated with crosslink polyethene (XLPE). It is more resistant to chemicals, ozone, and abrasions.

No Pulling Lubricant

No Pulling Lubricant Required

ServicePRO-X® is a slicker insulation, eliminating the need for pulling lubricant on the jobsite.

Easier to Strip

Easier Stripping Insulation

ServicePRO-X® insulated single conductors are easy to strip, just like standard building wire, but offer added protection against installation and environmental conditions.

 

 

 

 

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Related ARTICLES

THHN vs. XHHW: What's the Difference - Multiple colored single conductors

THHN vs. XHHW-2: What's the Difference?


Thermoset XLPE insulation is superior to the thinner PVC insulation used in thermoplastic products (like THHN/THWN-2). Learn more about the differences between THHN and XHHW-2.

 

Contractor checking for cable faults with megger

How Can I Prevent Cable Faults During Installation?


Even the smallest nick in a cable’s insulation during a pull can lead to outer sheath damage and a short circuit fault. Cables that won’t meg properly will need to be completely replaced to resolve the issue. Instead, learn how you can prevent cable faults during installation.

 

Installing Cable in Extreme Cold Temperatures

How Do Cold Temperatures Affect Cable?


Extreme cold temperatures can cause cables to temporarily become brittle and inflexible. In these conditions, some cables will stiffen and even crack if they are installed below recommended temperatures. See how THHN/THWN-2 performs on the jobsite during a cold weather installation.

 

 

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