EPR Insulated (low一smoke halogen-free flame一retardent) Shipboard Power Cables

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Product characteristics and application  

These cable are interded conrtol system or shipboard and off-shore building.

 

Executive Standards

IEC60092一353, IEC60332一1、IEC60332一3(A)(Category A)、IEC60331、IEC61034、IEC60754

 

Construction of Cable

 

Type and names

Type

Name

No.of cores

Nominal cross-sectional area

CEF/DA/SA

EPA insulated CR sheathed shipboard power cable, type DA/SA

1~5

1.0~150mm²

CEF80/DA/SA

EPR insulated CR inner sheathed bare tinned copper wire braided shipboard power cable,type DA/SA

CEF82/DA/SA

ERR insulated CR inner sheathed tinned copper wire braided PVC outer sheathed shipboard power cable, type DA/SA

CEF90/DA/SA

EPR insulated CR inner sheathed galvanized steel wire braided shipboard power cable,type DA/SA

CEF92/DA/SA

EPR insulated CR inner sheathed galvanized steel wire braided PVC outer sheathed shipboard power cable, type DA/SA

CEV/DA/SA

EPR insulated PVC sheathed shipboard power cable, type DA/SA

CEV80/DA/SA

EPR insulated PVC inner sheathed tinned copper wire braided shipboard power cable,type DA/SA

CEV82/DA/SA

EPR insulated PVC inner sheathed tinned copper wire braided PVC outer sheathed shipboard power cable, type DA/SA

CEV90/DA/SA

EPR insulated PVC inner sheathed galvanized steel wire braided shipboard power cable,type DA/SA

CEV92/DA/SA

EPR insulated PVC inner sheathed galvanized steel wire braided PVC outer sheathed shipboard power cable, type DA/SA

CEH/DA/SA

EPR insulated CSM sheathed shipboard power cable, type DA/SA

CEH80/DA/SA

EPR insulated CSM inner sheathed tinned copper shipboard power cable, type DA/SA

CEH82/DA/SA

EPR insulated CSM inner sheathed tinned copper wier braided PVC outer sheathed shipboard power cable, type DA/SA

CEH90/DA/SA

EPR insulated CSM inner sheathed galvanized steel wire braided tinned shipboard power cable, type DA/SA

CEH92/DA/SA

EPR insulated CSM inner sheathed galvanized steel wire braided PVC outer sheathed shipboard power cable, type DA/SA

CEPF(J)/SC

EPR insulated PO sheathed low-smoke halogen-free flame-retardant shipboard power cable. type SC

CEPF(J)80/SC

EPR insulated PO inner sheathed tinner copper wire braided low-smoke halogen-free flame-retardant shipboard power cable, type SC

CEPF(J)86/SC

EPR insulated PO inner sheathed tinned copper PO outer sheathed low-smoke halogen-free power cable, type SC

CEPF(J)90/SC

EPR insulated PO inner galvanized steel wire braided low-smoke halogen-free shipoard power cable, type SC

CEPF(J)96/SC

EPR insulated PO inner sheathed galvanized steel wire braided PO outer sheathed low-smoke halogen-free shipboard power cable, type SC

CEPFR(J)/SC

EPR insulated polyolefine sheathed flexible flame-retardant shipboard power cable, type SC






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