Parts of Fire Survival Cables:
Conductor usually conducts the flow of electricity or signals within cables. Conductors can be of Aluminum/Copper.
Our range of fire survival cables is made using copper/aluminum conductors.
An insulator is the part of the cable which covers the conductor so that current won’t come out and create any electric fault. Insulators can be a wire (color) or any insulated material.
These cables usually bear a PVC/XLPE insulation that protects them from impacts and harsh climatic conditions.
The sheath is an outer cover, which protects the wire from external damage. If in case, current passes from insulated material, Sheath is responsible for controlling the current in that case.
Due to highly flame retardant nature, fire survival cable has application in public areas mostly such hospitals, metro terminals, underground projects, airports, schools etc.
Fire survival cable can protect you from the fire. What else would be the best feature than this? Still, it has many features as:
- These cables are tensile, durable, water and chemical resistant.
- These cables can stand against high temperature for 3 -4 hours easily.
- Does not emit hazardous gasses.