Rubber cable

Rubber Cable

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Introduction

Commonly referred to as Rubber cables, these products initially utilized natural rubber insulation and sheathing in the late 70s. Over time, natural rubber has been replaced with various types of synthetic rubber. Committed to expanding its product range, the company began manufacturing elastomeric cables in 2003. Since then, it has developed an extensive range of these cables. Utilizing advanced polymers such as EPDM, CSP, CPE, PCP, NBR, EVA, and Silicone, these cables are formulated with halogen-free, non-toxic, heat-resistant, oil-resistant, and fire-retardant compounds to meet the highest standards of specialty cable manufacturing.

Speciality Elastomeric Cables

Working temperature of commonly used elastomeric insulating and sheathing materials

Material Max. conductor temp for continuous operation (deg.c) Max. conductor temp for short circuit rating (deg.c) Minimum working temperature (deg.c)
Ethylene Propylene Rubber (EPR)
90
250
-50
Polychloroprene
70
200
-40
Chlorosulphonated Polyethylene (CSP)
90
300
-35
Silicone Rubber
150/180
350
-55
Chloropropylene Ethylene (CPE)
90
250
-30
Styrene Butadience Rubber
60
200
-55
NBR PVC
90
250
-30
General Construction (Conforming to IS 9968 Part 1)
Conductor
Annealed tinned Copper wires Solid (Class 1), Stranded (Class 2), flexible (Class 5) complying with the requirement of IS 8130-1984
Seperator Tape
Suitable material separator tape may be applied over the conductor
Insulation
General service elastomer compound Type IE1 of IS 6380-1984
Heat Resisting elastomer compound Type IE2 of IS 6380-1984
Silicone Rubber Type IE 5 of IS 6380-1984
Core Identification
Colored insulation, Nos. PE tape, Colored proofed tape, Nos. printing
Fillers
Natural or synthetic fibers or elastomer suitable for the operating temperature and compatible with the insulating material
Sheath
General service sheath Type SE1/SE2 of IS 6380-1984
Heavy Duty Sheath Type SE3/SE4 of IS 6380-1984

Construction

Elastomeric (rubber) cables are extensively used across various industries, including water, renewable energy, power distribution networks, nuclear and thermal power stations, airports, marine, defense, telecommunications, windmills, construction, mining, onshore and offshore applications, ship wiring, railways, automation, audio-visual, and manufacturing industries. These versatile cables are suitable for a wide range of applications, meeting the diverse needs of these sectors.

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