Single core for low smoke, non-halogen flame retardant

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The low smoke non-halogen single core wire is manufactured according to the standards of  GB/T5023-2008, GB/T19666-2005, GB/T17650-1998, GB/T17651-1998, GB/T18380-2001 and the design and manufacture.

  Single core low smoke halogen flame retardant wire and cable is mainly used for engineering and construction, subway, nuclear power plants ,as well as crowded places the integrated wiring, and electrical equipment within the power and signal connections.


Type

Designation

Alternative Model


WDZD-RY

The low smoke non-halogen polyolefin insulation flame retardant D class fixed wiring with soft wire

ZR/DW-RE


WDZD-BY

The low smoke non-halogen polyolefin insulation flame retardant D class fixed wiring

ZR/DW-BE


WDZD-RYJ

The low smoke, non-halogen crosslinking polyolefin insulation flame retardant D class fixed wiring with soft wire

ZR/DW-RYJ


WDZD-BYJ

For low smoke, non-halogen crosslinking polyolefin insulation flame retardant D class fixed wiring

ZR/DW-BYJ


Note: If is class  B, C flame retardant, as long as the replacement in the corresponding model D is B, C, can be.





Type

Specifications

 mm2

Conductor

Nominal thickness

Outer diameter



n/mm

Outer Diameter

300/500V

450/750V

0.6/1kV

300/500V

450/750V

0.6/1kV



WDZD-RY

WDZD-RYJ

0.5

16/0.20

0.92

0.6

0.7

0.8

2.12

2.32

2.52



0.75

24/0.20

1.13

0.6

0.7

0.8

2.33

2.53

2.73



1

32/0.20

1.31

0.6

0.7

0.8

2.51

2.71

2.91



1.5

30/0.25

1.58

-

0.7

0.8


2.98

3.18



2.5

49/0.25

2.02

-

0.8

0.9


3.62

3.82



4

56/0.30

2.59

-

0.8

0.9


4.19

4.39



6

84/0.30

3.60

-

0.8

1.0


5.20

5.60



10

84/0.40

4.80

-

0.8

1.0


6.40

6.80



16

126/0.40

5.88

-

1.0

1.2


7.88

8.28



25

196/0.40

7.33

-

1.2

1.4


9.73

10.13



35

276/0.40

9.20

-

1.2

1.4


11.60

12.00



50

396/0.40

11.02

-

1.4

1.6


13.82

14.22



70

360/0.50

13.13

-

1.4

1.6


15.93

16.33



WDZD-BY

WDZD-BYJ

0.5

1/0.80

0.80

0.6

0.7

0.8

2.00

2.20

2.40



0.75

1/0.97

0.97

0.6

0.7

0.8

2.17

2.37

2.57



1

1/1.13

1.13

0.6

0.7

0.8

2.33

2.53

2.73



1.5

1/1.37

1.38

-

0.7

0.8


2.78

2.98



2.5

1/1.76

1.76

-

0.8

0.9


3.36

3.56



4

1/2.24

2.25

-

0.8

0.9


3.85

4.05



6

1/2.73

2.76

-

0.8

1.0


4.36

4.76



10

7/1.33

4.05

-

0.8

1.0


5.65

6.05



16

7/1.70

5.10

-

1.0

1.2


7.10

7.50



25

7/2.12

6.42

-

1.2

1.4


8.82

9.22



35

7/2.50

7.56

-

1.2

1.4


9.96

10.36



50

19/1.78

8.90

-

1.4

1.6


11.70

12.10



70

19/2.12

10.70

-

1.4

1.6


13.50

13.90






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