- Over the past ten years, Cloom continues to provide you with custom cable assemblies and wiring harnesses.
- As part of our service offering, we also help you with your STOOW cord applications.
Description of Type STOOW Cable
A STOOW cord belongs to a series of portable power cords that offer excellent resistance to harsh environments,
including flames, oil, and wet conditions. You can establish the cord’s outstanding features from the acronym STOOW, as below:
|AAWG||# of Conductors||Stranding||Insulation Thickness||Jacket Thickness||Nom. O.D.||Nom Weight.||Ampacity|
|AWG/Kcmil||Count||# x AWG||mm||mm||mm||kg/km||Amp|
|Color||Number of Conductors||Size (Jacket Color)|
|BLK, WHT, GRN||3||(Yellow)||(Yellow)||(Yellow)||(Yellow)|
|BLK, WHT, GRN||3||(White)||(Black)|
|BLK, WHT, RED, GRN||4||(Yellow)||(Yellow)||(Yellow)||(Yellow)|
|BLK, WHT, RED, GRN||4||(Gray)||(Gray)|
|BLK, WHT, RED, ORG, BLU GRN/YEL||6||(Yellow)|
Application of Type STOOW Cable
STOOW cables come with NFPA 79 certification. It is a flexible cable for tray use in industrial machinery.
Their design allows them to withstand the extra-hard usage that is common in this industry. Some of the places you can find them are:
Approvals of Type STOOW Cable
- NEC Article 400
- OSHA acceptable
- Federal Specification J-C-580B
- ASTM B3 Standard Specification for Soft or Annealed Copper Wire
- ASTM B174 Standard Specification for Bunch-Stranded Copper
- CSA C22.2 No.49 Flexible Cords and Cables
- UL62 Flexible Cords and Cables
Value-Added Services for Type STOOW Cable
You can also order them in the standard 250 ft. spools or have them custom-cut to length. However, a minimum order quantity may apply.
The specifications on the above lists are for reference only and may vary between manufacturers. Kindly contact your Cloom sales rep to receive up-to-date inventory information when ordering.
Type TC – Tray Cable (STOOW) Cable Assemblies
Cloom also offers you the Type TC- Tray Cable – Power and control tray cable. These flame retardant cables have a rating of 600 volts, making them ideal for industrial circuits. They are factory-assembled and feature a non-metallic jacket that covers two or more insulated conductors. You may also find them with bare or covered grounding conductors.
Their UL listing states that you can use them in the following areas: Class 1, Division 2 hazardous locations, and Class 1 control circuits. In addition, tray cables (NEC Article 336) have the following benefits: