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Low Smoke Zero Halogen Cable

Low Smoke Zero Halogen Cable There are 6 products.

Low smoke zero halogen cable reduces the amount of toxic and corrosive gas emitted during combustion.

This type of material is typically used in poorly ventilated areas such as aircraft or rail cars. It is also used extensively in the railroad industry, wherever high voltage or track signal wires must be run into and through underground tunnel systems. This reduces the chance of toxic gasses accumulating in these areas should the wires be damaged by fire or a short circuit fault. Low smoke zero halogen is becoming very popular and, in some cases, a requirement where the protection of people and equipment from toxic and corrosive gas is critical.

Low smoke zero halogen or low smoke free of halogen (LSZH or LSOH or LS0H or LSFH or OHLS) is a material classification typically used for cable jacketing in the wire and cable industry. LSZH cable jacketing is composed of thermoplastic or thermoset compounds that emit limited smoke and no halogen when exposed to high sources of heat. 

 

Other benefits of halogen free cable include:

  • It is often lighter, so overall cable network system weights can be reduced
  • The environmental impact of halogen free cabling can be lower if there are fewer toxic chemicals

Low smoke zero halogen cable reduces the amount of toxic and corrosive gas emitted during combustion.

This type of material is typically used in poorly ventilated areas such as aircraft or rail cars. It is also used extensively in the railroad industry, wherever high voltage or track signal wires must be run into and through underground tunnel s...

Low smoke zero halogen cable reduces the amount of toxic and corrosive gas emitted during combustion.

This type of material is typically used in poorly ventilated areas such as aircraft or rail cars. It is also used extensively in the railroad industry, wherever high voltage or track signal wires must be run into and through underground tunnel systems. This reduces the chance of toxic gasses accumulating in these areas should the wires be damaged by fire or a short circuit fault. Low smoke zero halogen is becoming very popular and, in some cases, a requirement where the protection of people and equipment from toxic and corrosive gas is critical.

Low smoke zero halogen or low smoke free of halogen (LSZH or LSOH or LS0H or LSFH or OHLS) is a material classification typically used for cable jacketing in the wire and cable industry. LSZH cable jacketing is composed of thermoplastic or thermoset compounds that emit limited smoke and no halogen when exposed to high sources of heat. 

 

Other benefits of halogen free cable include:

  • It is often lighter, so overall cable network system weights can be reduced
  • The environmental impact of halogen free cabling can be lower if there are fewer toxic chemicals
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