WDZA-YJLHB8, WDZA-YJLHB9 (ZA-AC90(一40)) Interlock armored alloy cable

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It is a kind of cable with low-smoke halogen-free flame retardant. In accordance with the requirements of GB/T12706.1GB/T 17650.2, IEC 60754 and IEC 60502.1 standards.


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 WDZA-YJLHB8 is a kind of stainless steel interlock armored cable with high flexibility, cross-linked polyethylene insulated 90℃, single or multiple core as well as low-smoke halogen-free flame retardant Class A;
WDZA-YJLHB9 (ZA-AC90 (-40))is a kind of aluminum alloy interlock armored cable with high flexibility, cross-linked polyethylene insulated 90`C, single or multiple core as well as low-smoke halogen-free flame retardant Class A;
Cables contain no heavy metals, green and environmental protection. This model of cable can reduce the operation difficulties as well as manpower cost caused by pipe layouts. The cable has been completed with high flexible interlock armored in the factory with no need for pipeline and their accessories as well as operations like labor-intensive wire stay, buckle, tubulation, etc.
This model of cable is applicable for exposed or concealed laying in non-humid environment, and having the same performance with pipeline laying method.






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8000 SeriesAluminum alloy core cross-linked polyethylene insulated stainless steel band interlock armored low-smoke halogen-free flame retardant Class A power cable




8000 SeriesAluminum alloy core cross-linked polyethylene insulated aluminum alloy band interlock armored low-smoke halogen-free flame retardant Class A power cable




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