Single Core fire retardant LSZH compound Insulated and sheathed Flexible Cable H07Z-K

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Single Core fire retardant LSZH compound Insulated and sheathed Flexible Cable

Production Introduction for Single Core fire retardant LSZH compound Insulated and sheathed Flexible Cable:


Voltage Rate: 300/500V, 450/750V

Cores: 1~7 cores

Range of Nominal cross section: 0.50 mm2 ~ 120 mm2

Conductor: Class 5 fine annealed copper wires or tinned copper wires

Constructions:Insulation: XLPE or LSZH compound

           Sheath: LSZH compound

Core color: Brown, Grey, Black, Blue, Green/Yellow or others on request

Packing: 100 meter/roll for small size, wooden drum for big size, or as per requirement

Max. Operating Temperature: 90 ℃ , can be 105 ℃ ,110 ℃ and 125 ℃ as per

Application for Single Core fire retardant LSZH compound Insulated and sheathed Flexible Cable :

The wires are flexible conductors used for the stranding of electric switchboards or lighting

systems, etc, they are particularly recommended where fire risks are important, and for public

installations or closed areas, also fit sensible buildings such as datas and electronic rooms.

 

Production Standard for Single Core fire retardant LSZH compound Insulated and sheathed Flexible Cable:

IEC 60227, BS6500, VDE0281, GB/T 5023, JB/T8734

 

The  Feature for Single Core fire retardant LSZH compound Insulated and sheathed Flexible Cable:

The cable can be of flame retardance, fire resistance and other property

 

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Single Core fire retardant LSZH compound Insulated and sheathed Flexible Cable H07Z-K

Single Core fire retardant LSZH compound Insulated and sheathed Flexible Cable H07Z-K

FAQ For Single Core fire retardant LSZH compound Insulated and sheathed Flexible Cable :

 

Q1:What is the Production Capacity for your factory?

About100 kilometer every day

 

Q2: What is the Minimum Order Quantity For Single Core PVC Insulated Cable 450 /750 V?

MOQ: 10000 meters for small size, 5000 meters for middle size, 1000 meters for big size

 

Q3:What is the delivery time for these cables?

10~15 working days

 

Q4: What standards is the product complying with?

    We can produce thousands of electric wires and power cables complying with different standards, such as: GB, JB , IEC, BS, AS/NZS, VDE, UL ETC.


 

Q4: What standards is the product complying with?

    We can produce thousands of electric wires and power cables complying with different standards, such as: GB, JB , IEC, BS, AS/NZS, VDE, UL ETC.



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