General Cable, Highland Heights, Ky., announced that MOR Polyrad XT-125 unarmored Type P cables (3-conductor or more, 1 in. or less OD, 600 V) have been added to its Hazardous Location (HL) line of products. Hazardous Locations, as defined by NEC 501 and API RP14F, may vary from extreme sub-zero drilling temperatures in the coldest regions to high-temperature conditions within motors and other devices. MOR Polyrad XT-125 cable with a Type TC-ER-HL listing provides maximum flexibility and flame-retardant characteristics, along with resistance to environmental conditions, and has excellent mechanical properties.
“Our TC-ER-HL certified MOR Polyrad XT-125 cables offer the flexibility needed in tight, space-limited hazardous applications, while meeting the crush and impact resistance requirements of an armored cable,” said General Cable’s Tim Waters, advanced engineer, Oil, Gas and Petrochemical Products. “Designed and engineered to the toughest standards, these cables preserve the operational integrity of essential equipment while providing increased safety and productivity, and deliver unmatched reliability, performance and cost-effectiveness.”
From CCW low- and medium-voltage continuously corrugated welded armor cables and MOR Polyrad XT-125 Type P mud oil-resistant constructions designed for hazardous installations to Carol Brand cord products listed for extra hard usage, industrial applications rely on General Cable’s product solutions for safe, reliable, and economic installations. All products in the Hazardous Location line are designed to ensure optimal production uptime and compliance with the applicable safety standards for such environments.
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