Automatic Transmission Wire
Advanced resistance to transmission fluid. TE's Raychem ATF wires are specifically designed for long-term performance in automatic transmission applications. The wires combine durability with excellent fluid resistance and thermally stable insulation materials.
Performance is automatic. TE's Raychem ATF wires are specifically designed for automatic transmission applications. Our automatic transmission wire has a specially-modified radiation cross-linked fluoropolymer material that provides excellent long-term performance, even when immersed in hot automatic transmission fluid. The internal gearbox wires are often immersed in hot, aggressive transmission fluid, which can rapidly degrade standard polymer insulation. The ATF wire has been approved by U.S.-based OEMs as an automatic transmission wire.
Technical Leadership in the Wire and Cable Industry
- TE's Raychem is a pioneer of radiation cross-linking, and one of the leading supplier of such products worldwide.
- All of TE's major product lines use insulation formulations developed in-house, and tailored to give optimum performance for each specific need.
- When TE develops any new product, we test it well beyond the limits of international and OEM specifications, to ensure that it will not only exceed expectations in service, but will be as easy to process and install as possible.
- TE employs state-of-the-art manufacturing techniques to ensure that consistent product quality is achieved.
- TE provides comprehensive handling guidelines with our products, and our expert technical support team is always on hand to respond to any technical queries that may arise.
- Reduces automatic transmission wire costs
- Outstanding resistance to automatic transmission fluid
- Mechanically robust – to withstand shop processing and in-service needs
- To be used in DC circuits only
- Temperature rating - 40°C to + 150°C (3000hrs)
- Outstanding transmission fluid resistance
- Light weight, small size
- Mechanically tough
- 600 Volts. Available in various wall thicknesses