- High Temperature Cables
- HR Cables
- Instrumentation Cables
- Signal Cables
- Screened Cables
- Shielded Cables
- Thermocouple Cables
- Compensating Cables
- Rubber Trailing Cables
- Rubber Flexible Cable
- Festoon Cables
- Composite Cables
- Silicon Rubber Cables
- Load Cell Cables
- Profibus Cables
- Control Cables
- Fire Survival Cables
- FRLS Cables
- Zero Halogen Cables
- HOFR Cables
- Modbus Cables
- Teflon Cables
The cable features tinned annealed flexible copper conductors, ethylene propylene rubber (EPR) insulated, Chlorosulphunated Rubber (CSP) , Polychloroprene Rubber (PCP) outer sheath. Black color Heat, Oil Resistant and Flame Retardant (HOFR).
Conductor: Annealed Tinned Copper Flexible Conductors class-5
Insulation: Ethylene Propylene Rubber (EPR)
Sheath: Chlorosulphunated Rubber (CSP) , Polychloroprene Rubber (PCP)
Sheath Colour: Black
Voltage Rating: 1100 Volts
Temperature limits: -25°C to +90°C
Minimum Bending Radius:
Fixed 5 x overall diameter
Flexing 7 x overall diameter
Should not be installed at temperatures below -25°C
For more information please consult a member of the M.E.M Sales Team.
- High current carrying capacity (App.40 higher)
- High conductor working temperature
- More durable (life is more then double)
- It is heat resisting oil resisting & flame retardant
- Low current derating factor at high ambient temperature
- Better insulation properties
- Economical ( 10% to 30%) for equivalent current carrying capacity.
- Economical ( 40% to 60%) for long run ( as life is double)
- Inventory is less.
We are very sorry for those who use commercial cables for whom only the cost of cable irrespective of quality and standard and durability and effective use of cables the number of problems they face is better known to them and some may also do not know that where they are cheated, the common problems faced with this kind of commercial cables available at cheap rates in market are following:-
· Less on of wires/cross section area not meeting standard.
· Reduced gauge of wires.
· Less quantity of copper.
· Inferior quality of copper.
· Degraded rubber of low quality.
· Working not efficient
· Cuts and joints in rubber inviting accidents and high losses of leakage current (remember you are paying for it) .
· Frequent breakdown leading to replacement & Lose in production.