|Number Of Cores
|Construction, Homes, Buildings
|Country Of Origin
|Made in India
Savera Group of Industries has introduced FRLS
- Flame Retardant Low Smoke electrical cables which are manufactured by using electrolytic (EC)grade copper to ensure superior conductivity. Insulated with extra thick FRLS Insulating compound, Savera Champion FRLS has special flame retardant and low smoke emitting properties. During a fire, ordinary PVC insulated wires give out thick, black smoke and toxic fumes of hydrochloric acid gas. This impairs visibility and hampers rescue operations. Savera Champion FRLS on the contrary, emits very little smoke, toxic gases and also retards the spread of gas. It is thus ideal for concealed and conduit wiring in multi-storeyed buildings such as hotels, banks, hospitals, commercial & residential complexes, etc.Available Sizes:
These cables manufactured by Savera Group of Industries are used for the wiring of domestic and commercial buildings. A fine-drawn multi-strand conductor provides enhanced flexibility & makes it ideal for concealed wiring. It is suitable for installation in lighting fittings and appliances up to 1100 V (A.C).Features
- Excellent electrical & Mechanical properties.
- High flame retardant & Fire resistant properties.
- Lead (Pb) free non-toxic alternatives.
- Higher flexibility ensures easy handling & longer life. Steam and boiling water resistant & anti-rodent.Technical Data:
- Thin strands of electrolytic copper are multi drawn for uniformity of resistance, dimension and flexibility. It is 99.98% pure electrolyte grade bright annealed bare copper with IS:694marked.Standards
- Voltage Grade- Up to 1100V.Insulation
- FRLS PVC compound with a high insulation resistance ensures uninterrupted power supply in all weather conditions without compromising safety.Packing
- 45,90 meters and 180 meters coil in a monopack. Customised rolls available for bulk order in size 300 mtr, 600 mtr 1000 mtr etc.
- The cables are printed with markings of "Savera Champion FRLS" along with the length mentioned.