Fire-Resistant Power Cables

Heat-Resistant Power Cable

600V Heat-Resistance Polyvinyl chloride insulated wires

Mica layer, Cross-Linked Polyethylene Insulated, Low-Smoke and Halogen-Free (LSHF) Compound Jacketed Power Cables

Fire resistant power cable

Our range of 600V Mica layer, Cross-Linked Polyethylene (XLPE) Insulated and Polyvinyl Chloride (PVC) Jacketed Cables (FR-CV) had passed the IEC 60331 criteria fire-resistance test of 750℃ for 90min. This type of cable is used for emergency power systems and fire-fighting equipment.

Construction:

  • Conductor: untinned soft annealed stranded or solid copper wires
  • Mica tape
  • Insulation: XLPE
  • Two or more cores are twisted together, cable core covered with proper separator
  • Sheath: PVC

Heat-Resistant Power Cable

600V Cross-Linked Polyethylene insulated and Polyvinyl Chloride jacketed cables (HR-CV) had passed a 310℃×15min test. Its main application is in wiring for control circuit of fire-fighting equipment.

Construction:

  • Conductor: untinned soft annealed stranded or solid copper wires
  • Insulation: XLPE
  • Two or more cores are twisted together, cable core covered with proper separator
  • Sheath: PVC

600V Heat-Resistance Polyvinyl chloride insulated wires

600V Heat-Resistance Polyvinyl chloride insulated wires (Code designation: HIV). It is used at fixed wiring for building and equipment.

Construction:

  • Conductor: untinned soft annealed stranded or solid copper wires
  • Insulation: PVC

Mica layer, Cross-Linked Polyethylene Insulated, Low-Smoke and Halogen-Free (LSHF) Compound Jacketed Power Cables

600V Mica layer, Cross-Linked Polyethylene Insulated, Low-Smoke and Halogen-Free (LSHF) Compound Jacketed Power Cables (FR-CL) has the following characteristics:

  • Low toxicity index <=5 (NES 713)
  • Do not produce halogen gas; as per IEC 60754-1 amount of HCL gas <=0.5%
  • Low smoke; LSHF compound per ASTM E662 smoke density test; Ds<=250, VOF4<=100
  • Excellent flame resistance; as per ASTM D2863 oxygen index test and OI >=30; per IEEE 383 vertical open tray flame test; passed

The Low-Smoke and Halogen-Free (LSHF) wire and cable could minimize damage in the event of fire. Therefore, public areas such as subways, tunnel, railway, public building, sub-street, ships, power stations, school, hospital, and rapid transit system is most suitable to install the LSHF cable to secure the safety of human lives and properties.

Construction

  • Conductor: untinned soft annealed stranded or solid copper wires
  • Mica tape
  • Insulation: XLPE
  • Two or more cores are twisted together, cable core covered with proper separator
  • Sheath: LSHF

Related Sub-categories

Cross-Linked Polyethylene Insulated Power Cable (600V ~25kV)


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