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6 AWG THHN/THWN-2 building wire is intended for general purpose applications as defined by the National Electrical Code (NEC). 6 AWG THHN-THWN-2 is permitted for new construction or rewiring for 600-volt applications. Applications requiring Type THHN or THWN-2, the conductor is appropriate for use in wet or dry locations at temperatures not to exceed 90°C or not to exceed 75°C in oil or coolants. Applications requiring Type MTW conductor is appropriate for use in dry locations at 90°C, or not to exceed 60°C in wet locations or where exposed to oils or coolants. Applications requiring Type AWM conductor is appropriate for use at temperatures to not exceed 105°C in dry locations. Most common building wire used often on sub-panels , hot tubs & jacuzzis.
Also Known As:
Copper wire, THWN-2 Wire, building wire, hook up wire, conduit wire, hot tub wire, lighting wire, nylon copper wire, construction cable, 6 gauge wire, etc.
Nylon outer jacket for easy pulling. VW-1 rated 14 AWG - 8 AWG. All sizes are rated gasoline and oil-resistant II.
A tough, polyamide, Nylon outer covering per UL-1063 and UL-83.
Underwriters Laboratories Standards UL-83, UL-1063, UL-758
AWM Spec 1316, 1317, 1318, 1319, 1320, 1321
ASTM Stranding Class B3, B8, B787
Federal Specification A-A-59544
Canadian Standards Association C22.2 No. 75
NEMA WC70/ICEA S-95-658
Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers
Solid, uncoated copper conductors per ASTM-B3
Stranded, uncoated copper conductors per ASTM-B3, ASTM-B787 and ASTM-B8
Color-coded Polyvinyl Chloride (PVC), heat and moisture-resistant, flame-retardant compound per UL-1063 and UL-8
Size: 6 AWG
Number of Strands: 19
Cross Section Area (mm2): 13.3
PVC Insulation Thickness (Conductor): 0.760 mm / 0.030 inches
Nylon Jacket Thickness: 0.130 mm / 0.005 inches
Outside Diameter: 6.30 mm / 0.248 inches
Weight: 0.109 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.