Silicone cables were evolved for use wherever insulation is subjected to extreme temperature changes. The good performance of the environmental resistant properties means that silicone cables can be used at temperatures down to -60°C. Silicone cables are halogen-free cables and are especially suited for installation in power stations. They have also found their uses in the steel producing industries, aviation industry, ship building as well as in ceramic, glass and cement factories. Due to elastical characteristic of core insulations, these are used as flexible connection cable.
CE = Product conforms with Low-Voltage Directive 2014/35/EU.
- Special silicone multicore cable with higher heat-resistance range adapted to DIN VDE 0250 part 1 and DIN VDE 0285-525-2-83/DIN EN 50525-2-83
- Temperature Range: -60°C to +180°C (for short time +220°C)
- Nominal Voltage: U0/U 300/500 V
- Cable Structure: Tinned copper-conductor, to DIN VDE 0295 cl.5, fine-wire, BS 6360 cl.5, IEC 60228 cl.5
- Core insulation of silicone
- Outer sheath of silicone
- Hardly changes of dielectric strength and the insulation resistance also at high temperatures, high ignition or flash point, in case of fire, forms an insulating layer of SiO2
- Resistant to High molecular oils, fats from vegetables and animals, alcohols, plasticizers and clophenes, diluted acids, lyes and salt dissolution, oxidation substances, tropical influences and weather, lake water, oxygen, ozone
- Available up to 35 sqmm
- Meter marking