PVC Insulated Cables

 

 

Construction

Application

EMGEE Flame Retardant (FR)-PVC insulated wires of various sizes are used in residential & commercial buildings for distribution of Power & Electricity. Since the copper conductor is flexible, they are convenient for use in conduit / open wiring. The copper conductor used is bright, soft annealed and electrolytic grade to save substantial electricity cost. The PVC compound for insulation is of very high electrical value resulting in high dielectric strength & low electrical loss.

Features

  • Superb Electrical Conductivity
  • High Dielectric / Tensile Strength
  • Corrosion Resistance
  • High Temperature Tolerance
  • Confirms to Indian / European Standard

Characteristics

Flame Retardant House Wires.

Construction Characteristics

  • Conductor Material: Annealed Bunched copper
  • Conductor flexibility: Flexible bunched Electrolytic grade copper as per class 2 or 5 of IS: 8130/1984
  • Insulation Colour: Red, Yellow, Blue, Black, Green, Grey, White etc. as per IS:694/1990

Electrical Characteristics

  • Rated Voltage Uo/U (Um) : 450/750 V
  • Test voltage: 3.0 KV for five minutes
  • Short Circuit Temp.: 200°C

Mechanical Characteristics

  • Cable flexibility: Flexible

Usage Characteristics

  • Flame retardant: as per IS: 694/1990
  • Chemical resistance: Accidental
  • Oil resistance: Yes
  • Operating temperature, range: (-)40 (+)55°C
  • Weather resistance: Good
  • Min. ambient temp.: -40°C ~ -15°C
  • Max operation temp.: +75°C in Mobile Installation and +85°C in Fixed Protected installation.
  • Minimum laying temp.: -40°C
  • Certification:
  • Norms: IEC & VDE Specifications

Installation Conditions

Laying underground is only acceptable if adequate protection is provided against the risk of damage. During laying and wiring operations, avoid exceeding a tensile strain of 5 Kg X mm2 of the total conductor’s area.