Copper core copper sheathed mineral insulated cable

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Mineral insulated cables referred to as MI cable, wiring when in use, the domestic habits called Magnesium Oxide cable or cable fire. It is composed of mineral material of magnesium oxide copper conductors of the cable insulation, mineral insulated cables with copper conductor, Magnesium Oxide copper sheathed, two kinds of inorganic material.

Mineral insulated cable in foreign developed earlier, as early as the late nineteenth Century a Swiss engineer Arnold Francois Borel proposed the idea of mineral insulated cable, and obtained a patent in 1896, after 1934-1936 years of France, Britain have been the rapid development of production, the major industrial countries, plus, Macao, beautiful, Su, day one after another the development of production, China is in on century sixty's development and production, at the end of twentieth Century began mass production, in twenty-first Century into the national code for design of fire use and a large number of at home.

 

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1, to ensure the safety of the person, property location. Such as: Bank, theatre, museum, airport, subway, high-rise buildings and other important facilities.
2, risk and fire, explosion-proof, anti-corrosion and other places. Such as: LPG station, gas station, ships and the marine petroleum platform, large warehouses, substation and all the necessary fire and explosion safety.
3, all high places. Such as: metallurgy, chemical industry, shipbuilding, pharmaceutical, mining, nuclear power plant etc..
4, important facilities and permanent building etc..


Specification:

 

Type

Name

Rated voltage

Core

nominal cross(mm2)

BTTQ

Light copper sheathed mineral insulated cables with copper core

500V

12347

14

BTTVQ

Light copper core PVC jacket copper sheathed mineral insulated cable

BTTZ

Heavy copper sheathed mineral insulated cables with copper core

750V

12347

1400

BTTVZ

Heavy copper core PVC jacket copper sheathed mineral insulated cable

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Copper core copper sheathed mineral insulated cable

 

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