||Flame Retardant Non Corrosive.
This cable type complies with fire protection guidelines.
A thermo-plastic material with good electrical insulating properties. It has high media resistance against nearly all organic and inorganic chemical substances and outstanding temperature resistance.
||Non conducting additives or tubes for improving certain cable characteristics without changing the main ones. For example; roundness, flexibility, hardness, or a combination of all three, to the cable.
||In case of a fire, this cable will NOT develop any poisonous gases. This is often a requirement in public buildings. Without further measures, a halogen free cable is flammable.
||This standard governs the flame retardant grade specifications in reference to low smoke zero halogen cables. It reduces the amount of dangerous/poisonous gases in case of fire. The main difference between UL 1581, UL 1666 and UL 910 is that the cable under the IEC specifications can continue to burn while still emitting very low quantity of gases. The UL specifications demand the flame to be extinguished, but it can still emit dangerous/poisonous gases. Today virtually all medium and large installations in Europe must meet this IEC specification.
||This standard is more demanding than IEC 60332-1 because it specifies cable bundles. Many public authorities are already specifying that new installations must meet IEC 60332-3.
A thermoplastic material having excellent electrical properties. A low and stable dielectric constant over all frequencies with very high insulation resistance. Polyethylene can be rated stiff to very hard. Moisture resistance is rated excellent.
This jacket/sheath is extremely tough, especially resistant to low temperatures (-40 °C) and is still easy to wind.
A general purpose flexible thermoplastic that is chemically nonreactive. It accepts paint and performs well under most silkscreening processes.