Our range of Rubber Cables is manufactured using elastomer material such as ethylene propylene rubber (EPR), polychloroprene (PCP), chloro-sulphoneted polyethelene (CSP), nitrile rubber/PVC blends and silicon to assure resistance against heat, oil and fire. We have also developed elastomeric fire survival cables for control, power, and instrumentation wiring. Elastomeric compounds for sheathing and insulating of cables are designed to meet the requirements of IS 6380, BS 6899, IEC 60502, and other international specification.
Annealed tinned Copper flexible (Class 5) complying with the requirement of IS 8130-1984
Seperator Tape : Suitable material Seperator tape may be applied over the conductor
Insulation : Heat Resisting elastomer compound Type IE2 of IS 6380-1984 commonly known as EPR (Ethylene propylene rubber)
Core identification :2 cores: Red & Black | 3 cores: Red, yellow & Blue | 4 cores: Red, Yellow, Blue & Green | 5 cores: Red, Yellow, Blue, Black & Green | 6 cores and above are numbered
Sheath : Heavy Duty Sheath Type SE3/SE4 of IS 6380-1984. CSP (Chlorosulphonated Polyethylene) more commonly as HOFR (Heat & Oil Resistant & Flame Retardant)
Elastomer Materials such as Polychloroprene (PCP), Chloro-Sulphoneted Polyethelene (CSP), Nitrile Rubber / PVC blends, Ethylene Propelene Rubber (EPR), Ethylene Vinyle Acetate (EVA) and Silicone have been specially compounded to meet numerous heat oil and fire resisting requirements. Elastomeric compounds for insulating and sheathing of cables are formulated to meet the requirement of IS 6380, BS 6899, IEC 60502 and other international specification.