U.S. Wire Extreme Cold Weather 100-Foot Extension Cord (12-Gauge)

U.S. Wire Extreme Cold Weather 100-Foot Extension Cord (12-Gauge)
Model: 99100
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Features
Features
  • Extreme Cold Water Resistant Extension Cord
  • 12 Gauge
  • 15 Amp
  • Double Insulated
  • Solid molded plugs
  • Designed for All Weather Conditions (Type SJEOW)
  • Provides maximum flexibility year-round
  • Retains strength in temperatures as high as 221F
  • Flexibility in temperatures as low as -94F
  • Superior Resistance to the Elements
  • Great for use in garages and industrial applications
  • Blue Jacket Color
  • Highly visible safety color for work sites
  • Lighted End
  • Indicates that the cord is powered and ready to use
Specifications
Overview
Weight
26 Pounds
UPC
044882700160
Features
Features
  • Extreme Cold Water Resistant Extension Cord
  • 12 Gauge
  • 15 Amp
  • Double Insulated
  • Solid molded plugs
  • Designed for All Weather Conditions (Type SJEOW)
  • Provides maximum flexibility year-round
  • Retains strength in temperatures as high as 221F
  • Flexibility in temperatures as low as -94F
  • Superior Resistance to the Elements
  • Great for use in garages and industrial applications
  • Blue Jacket Color
  • Highly visible safety color for work sites
  • Lighted End
  • Indicates that the cord is powered and ready to use
Specifications
Overview
Weight
26 Pounds
UPC
044882700160
Product Specs
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Specifications
Overview
Weight
26 Pounds
UPC
044882700160
Reviews
(9)
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US Wire and Cable 99100 Reviews & Ratings
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How do you match an outdoor extension cord with electric snow blower? eg; 13.5amp blower=what guage cord.
Jm 
from West Virginia 
October 17, 2013
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Answer
In most instances this can be found in the manual, if for some reason it is not listed, then going bigger is a better option. If you have a 13.5 amp snow blower, then typically you can get away with a 100' 14 gauge cord, but it would not be bad to use a 12 gauge and by no means use a 16 gauge at the 100' length. Most of the snow blowers can actually handle a 16 gauge at 50', but I don't usually recommend it because those motors are not what I would extremely high end. If you got into a heavy load of snow for some reason the snow blower is going to stress as is so you need the most consistent amount of power running to it.

I will throw out an example to you. With our Toro 15 amp unit, Toro is going to recommend using a 14 gauge for 100'. It then suggests 12' gauge for 150'. This can vary, but I think if you are going with a 100' cord, you should be fine with 14 gauge, unless you really wanted a 12.
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