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Model # 28893699

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(By-the-Foot) 8/2 Stranded Romex SIMpull CU NM-B W/G Wire

  • #8 AWG residential wiring - Sold by the Foot (continuous)
  • Add the Length Desired In Feet as Your Quantity and Add To Cart
  • Notice: This item has a min. order qty of 6ft and a max of 125ft
 ($1.76  /ft.)
$1.76 /feet
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Product Overview

8/2 Non-Metallic Building Wire and Cable Installation Information


The Original NM-B Cable

Romex brand SIMpull NM-B Cable is the brand and name to trust. Learn more.

8/2 Non-Metallic Building Wire and Cable Operation Information


Installs quicker and easier than traditional NM cable

That translates into less worker fatigue and quicker installation times. Learn more.

Southwire Romex Non-Metallic Building Wire and Cable Assortment


Variety of gauges available

Available in 2 to 14 gauge. Learn more.

Southwire AL SEU Cable, AL SER Cable, AL USE-2 Cable, and AL URD Cable Assortment


AL SER cable

Available in multiple lengths. Learn more.

Southwire THHN-THWN Wire and Cable Assortment (Solid & Stranded)


THHN in a variety of colors

Available in stranded or solid conductors. Learn more.

Southwire Soft Drawn Bare Copper Grounding Wire and Cable Assortment (Solid & Stranded)


Bare Copper

For residential grounding. Learn more.

Staples secure Romex non-metallic building cable and wire


Wire Staples

Use Romex brand wire staples to secure NM and UF cable. Learn more.

Southwire Clamp Cable Ties and Universale Cable Ties Assortment (2 in. - 14 in.)


Cable Ties

Secure wire bundles and harness componets quickly on the jobsite. Learn more.

Southwire Titan Liquidtight Conduit & Ultratight Liquidtight Conduit Assortment


Non-Metallic Liquidtight

Durable non-metallic PVC conduit for wiring protection. Learn more.

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Liquidtight Fittings

Straight and 90¼ Non-Metallic Liquidtight Fittings in a range of sizes. Learn more.

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Mobile Tool Cart

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Landscape Flood Light

65-Watt to 500-Watt outdoor dusk to dawn landscape flood light. Learn more.

  • #8 AWG residential wiring - Sold by the Foot (continuous)
  • Add the Length Desired In Feet as Your Quantity and Add To Cart
  • Notice: This item has a min. order qty of 6ft and a max of 125ft
Wire residential indoor branch circuits for outlets, switches and other loads with Southwire Romex SIMpull Type NM-B Cable. SlikQuik jacket allows for 50% reduction in pulling force for easier installation. May be run in air voids of masonry block or tile walls not subject to excessive moisture and dampness.

Enter your desired electrical wire length in quantity box.

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Product Overview

  • #8 AWG residential wiring - Sold by the Foot (continuous)
  • Add the Length Desired In Feet as Your Quantity and Add To Cart
  • Notice: This item has a min. order qty of 6ft and a max of 125ft
Model #: 28893699
Internet #: 204632778

Wire residential indoor branch circuits for outlets, switches and other loads with Southwire Romex SIMpull Type NM-B Cable. SlikQuik jacket allows for 50% reduction in pulling force for easier installation. May be run in air voids of masonry block or tile walls not subject to excessive moisture and dampness.

Enter your desired electrical wire length in quantity box.

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Price
$1.76 /feet
$1.95 /feet
$2.16 /feet
$2.65 /feet
Ratings (114) (6) (172) (276)
Total Wire Length (ft.) 1 1 1 1
Stranded or Solid Stranded Stranded Stranded Stranded
Max Amps 40 Not Specified 40 55
Features Heat Resistant,Jacketed Heat Resistant,UV Resistant,Waterproof Heat Resistant,Jacketed Heat Resistant,Jacketed
Wire Cut Type Cut By-The-Foot Cut By-The-Foot Cut By-The-Foot Cut By-The-Foot
Cable/Wire Type NM-B THHN NM-B NM-B
Grounded Grounded Non-Grounded Grounded Grounded
Number of Conductors 2 1 3 3
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Specifications

Dimensions

Product Height (in.)
0.612
Product Width (in.)
12
Total Wire Length (ft.)
1

Details

Cable/Wire Type
NM-B
Commercial/Residential
Residential
Conductor Material
Copper
Electrical Product Type
Indoor Residential Electrical Wire
Features
Heat Resistant,Jacketed
Gauge
8
Grounded
Grounded
Indoor/Outdoor
Indoor,Outdoor
Jacket Color
Black
Max Amps
40
Number of Conductors
2
Returnable
180-Day
Stranded or Solid
Stranded
Wet Location Use
Dry
Wire Cut Type
Cut By-The-Foot

Warranty / Certifications

Certifications and Listings
CSA Certified,UL Listed
Manufacturer Warranty
N/A

Specifications

Dimensions

Product Height (in.)
0.612
Product Width (in.)
12
Total Wire Length (ft.)
1

Details

Cable/Wire Type
NM-B
Commercial/Residential
Residential
Conductor Material
Copper
Electrical Product Type
Indoor Residential Electrical Wire
Features
Heat Resistant,Jacketed
Gauge
8
Grounded
Grounded
Indoor/Outdoor
Indoor,Outdoor
Jacket Color
Black
Max Amps
40
Number of Conductors
2
Returnable
180-Day
Stranded or Solid
Stranded
Wet Location Use
Dry
Wire Cut Type
Cut By-The-Foot

Warranty / Certifications

Certifications and Listings
CSA Certified,UL Listed
Manufacturer Warranty
N/A

Questions & Answers

I purchased a 6000w. 240v. shop heater is this 8-2 wire enough to power this heater safely?

I purchased a 6000w. 240v. shop heater is this 8-2 wire enough to power this heater safely?
Asked by: mark
6000watts / 240vac = 25amps. So yes, the 8ga. wire would have way more than enough capacity. 10 gauge would be a better choice for purchase as it is good for 30amps.. Hope this helped.
Answered by: HW
Date published: 2018-03-01

there are 2 wire and a ground, can it be used for a electric stove

there is 2 wires and a ground. can it be used for a electric stove?
Asked by: kevin
Pre 1996 when neutrals were bonded to appliance chassis and houses had 3 prong receptacles, yes. Post 1996 where the NEC requires separate neutrals and grounds all the way back to the main service and 4 prong receptacles, no.
Answered by: 10or45
Date published: 2020-03-25

can it be used for a 40 amp breaker for a hot water tank,tankless

can it be used for a 40 amp breaker for a hot water tank,tankless
Asked by: joe
Our electrician bought and installed this because we previously had a 2-pole connection but our new tankless water heater required 3-pole. It runs from our attic down to the breaker panel in the garage. Just what we needed.
Answered by: LW
Date published: 2019-06-11

30 amp rv box installation

I am installing a 30 amp 120 rv box 50 feet with PVC conduit. I'm using 8 gauge wire. 1 hot, 1 neutral, and ground. can the neutral and ground be tied in same place? I think in main box, its separate for ground and neutral, is this correct? In the rv box, there's already a green wire in ground, and it goes to a 2 slot hookup in box. does ground wire go in the other slot? Do I need a rod in ground with a wire going to rv box?
Asked by: spike
8 gauge is okay for your needs. One insulated conductor should go to the new hot buss bar in the new panel. The other should go to your neutral buss bar, whether or not it's mounted directly to the panel chassis or is stand-off insulated. The bare conductor is your chassis ground wire, and should be tied into whatever buss bar is available that's attached to the metal panel can. If the neutral buss bar is tied physically to the metal panel can, you can use it for the chassis ground wire also. Otherwise, you must tie the chassis ground wire directly to the metal can wherever it's possible, and make sure the metal can is properly and solidly grounded. If not, yes you can drive a copper grounding rod into the ground and attach it to the panel can. Check Code for minimum ground rod length.
Answered by: mrfixit
Date published: 2019-08-08
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