YJHLV82 XLPE Insulated, PE Sheathed ,Aluminu Alloy Conductor Chain Armored with Aluminum Alloy

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Conductor: creep resistance, high flexibility, strong extended, low rebound, connection stability.
Insulation: high temperature resistant, anti-burning, anti-aging, strong and durable, low-carbon environment.
Armored layer: Lower cost and better performance, a special form of interlocking, sturdy and tough.
Outer sheath:without lead, cadmium in PVC, can be installed in wet or damp locations, can also be directly buried or laid in the construction


    High strength for cable armoring layer compared to that of steel tape armored, It is lighter, easier to peel, ease of installation, free tray installation, and reduce costs. Not limited to 360 degree installation, does not require a cable box. Easy to bend around the corner, and reduce the demand of pipes ,super flexibility compared to the ordinary pipeline , it is well-designed in factory, effectively to avoid wire damage during installation, we can also produce LSZH refractory flame-retardant metal interlocking armored cable according to user needs , it can reach the flame retardant IA level, refractory the I-level, with the GA306.1, and GA306.2 standard.
    It is suitable for 600V ~ 35kV voltage level; dry or wet places  under 90 ° C , apply to indoor and outdoor installation, can be mounted vertically, also laying bay or along the wall, the minimum bend radius of 7 times the outer diameter, can also be 360 degree bending; apply to residential, commercial, industrial, large venues, entertainment venues, mine, subway and the different levels of risk areas and other places.

  Highly flexible performance interlocking armored cable can be used in a non-humid environment of open wiring or dark line laying, and with the same performance as the pipe laying methods, can withstand a certain pressure, can reduce the difficulty of construction and labor costs conduit wiring.





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