Radix announces new Duralife RHH Two-Hour fire-rated power cables

Radix Wire & Cable is pleased to announce the addition of the DuraLife RHH Two-Hour fire-rated power cables to the Fire Protection product line. Certified to the harsh requirements of the UL 2196 Test for Fire Resistive Cables and meeting…

Cable pathways regulatory landscape made easier thanks to guide

A new guide that outlines the key updates relating to cable pathways has been launched by Legrand UK & Ireland, following updates to a number of key industry regulations. The guide – Creating Cable Pathways – follows recent updates to…

Do you need third-party certification for your wire and cable?

Poor quality and non-compliant electric wire and cables are sold and installed throughout the world. These cables can increase the probability of circuit failure and greatly increases the risk of fire. Non-compliance is common in conductors, in insulation and in…

Beele Engineering develops fire safe plastic transit system

Beele Engineering has developed a new range of HE plastic transit sleeves and frames to provide for the reliable and comfortable transit of cables and pipes and to provide for a fire-resistant, gas, smoke and watertight seal. The new transit sleeves and frames…

Nexans TITANEX® Cable Range Has Evolved To Support Temperature Applications Up To 90°C

Nexans has further developed it’s TITANEX® family of H07RN-F low voltage flexible rubber cables to withstand temperatures up to 90°C at the core (for fixed and protected installations) The developments are to allow for easier installation due to increased visibility of…

Quality is key against non-approved cables

Cable leader AEI Cables has reinforced its commitment to quality and service delivery across its markets by committing to a further prestige standard as the fight against non-approved cables continues. Stuart Dover, the commercial manager for AEI Cables, said: “AEI…

Cable leader AEI offers design support

Specialist supplier AEI Cables has added a further service to its portfolio to collaborate more closely with building designers. The electrical software provided through Amtech means designers can adapt their specifications more easily for each specific project. Stuart Dover, Commercial…

Cable leader AEI commits to quality

Cable leader AEI commits to quality Leading supplier AEI Cables has further invested in service excellence for existing and new customers by moving into a new UK headquarters in the North East.As one of the most respected cable suppliers in…

BASEC Advises Middle East Cable Manufacturers to prepare for Construction Products Regulation (CPR) for Cables

CE marking for fire performance cable supplied to European markets becomes mandatory next year The British Approvals Service for Cables (BASEC), the international leader in test and certification services for energy, data and signal cables and ancillary products, will be…

Life Safety and Fire Fighting Systems – The weakest link

Unlike other cables, fire resistant cables have to work even when directly exposed to the fire to keep essential Life Safety and Fire Fighting equipment working: Fire alarms, Emergency Lighting, Emergency Communication, Fire Sprinkler pumps, Fireman’s Lift sub-main, Smoke extraction…

D-Line – Safely Retaining Cable in Future Fires

Firefighters enter buildings on fire to save life and minimise property damage. They work in intense heat and thick/toxic smoke with very poor visibility. To do this, they wear breathing apparatus and fire resistant clothing for protection. The problem has…

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