What are the advantages of environmentally friendly cables over other traditional cables?

by:AAA     2020-03-02
What are the advantages of environmentally friendly cables over other traditional cables? Compared with ordinary cables, environmentally friendly cables have the following advantages: the first one is high flame retardancy. As we all know, the flame retardancy of cables is very important, completely ensure the safety and fire requirements of the cable, the cable is not easy to burn fire, and can prevent the expansion of the flame. The second is halogen-free, green insulation, special oxygen barrier material, not only has good electrical properties, mechanical properties, and ensure that the product does not contain halogen, prevent the formation of traditional PVC wires in the combustion process and produce carcinogenic dioxin-like materials to prevent secondary pollution. The third is the new environmentally friendly coated wire and cable materials produced without peculiar smell and corrosive smell, hydrochloric acid and other toxic gases, and no pollution to the environment, the use process and combustion will not produce or very little emission of acid gas, to ensure the safety of personnel and reduce equipment and instrument damage and other environmental protection features. The fourth is high light transmittance. The smoke generated by the combustion of environmentally friendly cables is very thin, which is conducive to evacuation and fire fighting. The light transmittance of the product is greater than 40℃, which is much higher than the standard of 20% or even higher for traditional flame retardant cables. The last one is the waterproof and UV-proof performance of environmentally friendly cables, and the special molecular structure of environmentally friendly wires and cables to ensure the manufacture of ultra-low water absorption green materials. Special ultraviolet absorber makes the product have good ultraviolet protection performance.
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