Both the X100W mini-hook and XM micro-hook style are available in high temperature versions.
When environments or sterilization processes require products to withstand high temperatures we have existing options in our “standard” product offering.
In both our X100W and XM product line we offer a modified “x” version (p/n X100WX and XMX) that is molded with mineral reinforced nylon. These modified versions have been tested to support high temperatures for extended periods at 122C (250F) and short cycles as high as 150C (300F).
If higher temperatures are required then our X100WXH (available in black, white and gray) is tested to 175C (350F) for short period and 150C (300F) for extended periods.
All of these parts can be made into high temperature test leads by using our 300 series (24 AWG Teflon Wire).
Let us know your requirements and we will always do our best to offer a product solution.
For the past 47 years our E-Z-Hook President has been the first person in the office. His passion for his business and his unwavering focus and hard work drive him daily. Recently his passion has found a new focus, or should we say additional focus. Don’t get me wrong, he still is the first one in the parking lot most mornings, but a few early mornings a week you will find him elsewhere. Don’t misunderstand – he is still focused and hard-working, but even the most driven businessmen need a recreational outlet. So where is he? Is he golfing? Is he sleeping in? Having a leisure LATE breakfast reading the paper? Not Phelps. He is at the gym training, training hard and very focused for his next Powerlifting competition. And yes, his gym workout slot is the FIRST one available in the morning. Wow – some things never change.
This blog might seems a bit unrelated to Electronic Test Accessories… well, perhaps that is true. But I think it’s relevant because it shows the E-Z-Hook spirit, energy and can do attitude as exemplified by the company President. As a company we pride ourselves in being different, trying something new to make a product work, believing in ourselves. That comes from somewhere. This is part of the company culture.
In April of 2015 Phelps felt unsteady walking up the bleachers to his grandchildren’s baseball game. He decided at 79 it was time to go to a gym, perhaps do some stretching and stability exercise. Mind you, Phelps had never been a member of a gym…as I mentioned earlier, his focus was his business. The gym experience proved positive and today you can still find Phelps at the Mission Fitness gym in San Marino at least two times a week, more if he is training for a competition. At age 79 Phelps set state age group (75-79) and weight class (181lbs and under) records for all three powerlifting disciplines which include deadlift, bench press and squat. At age 80, and in a new age group, Phelps has continued to set state records and even added a national record for deadlift to his resume. Now that takes focus, dedication and drive. Way to go Phelps – keep lifting…