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Southwire SIMpull® THHN Electrical Wire


  • NO Lube

  • NO Mess

  • FASTER

  • SAFER

  • CHEAPER


*Patented SIM Technology® applies for copper and aluminum THHN wire.




Southwire Brand - Only the best!


  • Buy Online
  • Made in USA
  • THHN or T90 Nylon
  • THWN-2
  • TWN75
  • MTW
  • AWM
  • ASTM
  • UL Standard 83, 1581 and 1063 (MTW)
  • T90 Nylon/TWN75
  • Federal Specification AA-59544
  • National Electric Code, NFPA 70
  • NEMA WC-70 Construction Requirements
  • RoHS/REACH Compliant

  • *Guaranteed Quality, Faster installation and Less pulling tension.




    Used indoors, outdoors or in conduit


  • Dry locations: 90°C
  • Wet locations: 90°C (not exposed to oil)
  • Exposed to oil: 75°C

  • SIMpull®: Easier pulling
  • T: Thermoplastic insulation
  • H: High
  • H: Heat
  • W: Water resistant
  • N: Nylon sheath

  • *NOT suited for direct burial in the ground.




    Value






    THHN / THWN-2 Sizes - Southwire Brand - NO LUBE


    P/N AWG AMPS
    60°C
    AMPS
    75°C
    AMPS
    90°C
    O.D. Weight/1000' Pricing
    TFFN 18 AWG 18 6 AMPS 6 AMPS 6 AMPS .089" 8 lbs Buy here >
    TFFN 16 AWG 16 8 AMPS 8 AMPS 8 AMPS .099" 12 lbs Buy here >
    THHN 14 Solid 14 15 AMPS 15 AMPS 15 AMPS .102" 15 lbs Buy here >
    THHN 14 (19) 14 15 AMPS 15 AMPS 15 AMPS .109" 16 lbs Buy here >
    THHN 12 Solid 12 20 AMPS 20 AMPS 20 AMPS .119" 23 lbs Buy here >
    THHN 12 (19) 12 20 AMPS 20 AMPS 20 AMPS .128" 24 lbs Buy here >
    THHN 10 Solid 10 30 AMPS 30 AMPS 30 AMPS .150" 36 lbs Buy here >
    THHN 10 (19) 10 30 AMPS 30 AMPS 30 AMPS .161" 38 lbs Buy here >
    THHN 8 AWG 8 40 AMPS 50 AMPS 55 AMPS .213" 63 lbs Buy here >
    THHN 6 AWG 6 55 AMPS 65 AMPS 75 AMPS .249" 95 lbs Buy here >
    THHN 4 AWG 4 70 AMPS 85 AMPS 100 AMPS .318" 152 lbs Buy here >
    THHN 3 AWG 3 85 AMPS 100 AMPS 115 AMPS .346" 189 lbs Buy here >
    THHN 2 AWG 2 95 AMPS 115 AMPS 130 AMPS .378" 234 lbs Buy here >
    THHN 1 AWG 1 110 AMPS 130 AMPS 145 AMPS .435" 299 lbs Buy here >
    THHN 1/0 1/0 125 AMPS 150 AMPS 170 AMPS .474" 372 lbs Buy here >
    THHN 2/0 2/0 145 AMPS 175 AMPS 195 AMPS .518" 462 lbs Buy here >
    THHN 3/0 3/0 165 AMPS 200 AMPS 225 AMPS .568" 575 lbs Buy here >
    THHN 4/0 4/0 195 AMPS 230 AMPS 260 AMPS .624" 718 lbs Buy here >
    THHN 250 MCM 250 MCM 215 AMPS 255 AMPS 290 AMPS .694" 851 lbs Buy here >
    THHN 350 MCM 350 MCM 260 AMPS 310 AMPS 350 AMPS .797" 1174 lbs Buy here >
    THHN 500 MCM 500 MCM 320 AMPS 380 AMPS 430 AMPS .926" 1655 lbs Buy here >
    THHN 600 MCM 600 MCM 350 AMPS 420 AMPS 475 AMPS 1.024" 1987 lbs Buy here >

     

     

    Electrical Wire For Beginners


    TFFN / THHN / THWN / THWN-2
    THHN Electrical Wire


    T - Thermoplastic insulation
    F - Flexible
    F - Fixture
    N - Nylon coating
    T - Thermoplastic insulation
    H - Heat resistant (up to 75°C)
    H - High Heat resistant (up to 90°C)
    W - Water, gas and oil resistant
    N - Nylon coating


    THHN wire is the most common type of single conductor electrical wire used in the industry. You could possibly buy THHN, THWN, THW, THHW or THWN-2. Years ago each type was made for each specific installation, but nowadays the standard way to manufacture and purchase it is to buy the multi-rated THHN/THWN-2 version as a universal building wire.

    See Our THHN/THWN-2 pricing above



    NM-B and Romex® Cable
    Romex NMB Electrical Cable



    "NM" stands for Non Metallic which means it's manufactured with a PVC jacket instead of a metal clad jacket. Romex® is also NM-B cable manufactured and owned by Southwire similar to Kleenex® brand compared to generic store brand. NM-B electrical wire can only be used indoors because it doesn't have enough protection to be used outdoors even if it's in conduit.

    Romex® and NM-B cable both have multiple THHN/THWN-2 wires with an overall PVC jacket. They're installed in homes and buildings running power from the electrical box to the lights, outlets and appliances.

    See Our Romex® NM-B Pricing here >>



    MC Conduit Cable
    Copper MC Cable



    "MC" stands for Metal Clad because it uses an Aluminum Interlocked Armor as a jacket instead of the most popular PVC insulation. With a metal clad jacket Type MC electrical cables can be installed indoors without the use of conduit. The aluminum jacket was designed to act as it's on conduit to increase the installation time and save contractors and electricians money.

    Copper MC cable can also be used outdoors and in conduit, not because of the jacket, but because it has a green insulated ground wire instead of a bare copper ground wire.

    See Our MC Cable Pricing here >>



    UFB Underground Cable
    UFB Electrical Wire



    "UF" stands for Underground Feeder because UFB electrical cable can be buried in the ground for life without the use of conduit or raceway. As you can see in the picture the jacket insulation covers each conductor individually for added protection. Remember, the second your Romex® NMB cable travels outdoors you need to upgrade to MC cable or UFB cable!! It will be slightly more expensive because of the added protection that is necessary for outdoor installations.

    See Our UFB Cable Pricing here >>



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