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- Marine Cables – Fire Retardant & Fire Resistant – IEC 60332 & 60331
- Oil Rig Cables – IEEE 45 Type P & NEK 606 Specs.
- Armored Cables – SWA – BS5467
- Rubber Insulated Cables – HO7RNF
- Control & Instrument Cables – Halogen-free – Screened – IEC Specs
- Flexible Cables – BS6500 & Panel Wires – BS6231
Marine cables are also called as shipboard cables. Shipboard cables are fire resistant, flame retardant, low smoke & halogen‐free cables. Typically used for electrical installations in ships and offshore platforms for electric power distribution to electric panels, for lighting, in control circuits, to carry critical instrumentation signals, etc. Voltage range includes 0.6/1.0 kV for power & control cables and 150/250 V for instrumentation cables. These cables are manufactured to IEC 60092‐350 series standards. Maxtech DXB is the leading marine cable wire suppliers Dubai.
Oil Rig Cables
From exploration and extraction to production and refining, our oil rig cable solutions are designed to successfully address the upstream, midstream and downstream application challenges you face in this demanding market. Our effective cable designs help you ensure safety and operational integrity – whether topside, subsea or onshore.
In electrical power distribution, armored cable usually means steel wire armored cable (SWA) which is a hard-wearing power cable designed for the supply of mains electricity. It is one of a number of armored electrical cables – which include 11 kV Cable and 33 kV Cable – and is found in underground systems, power networks and cable ducting.
Rubber Insulated Cables
Rubber has been used as cable insulation and sheathing material long before other insulation such as PVC and PE can to be commonly applied. It remains widely used across domestic and industrial applications. Initially, natural rubbers were used but these have been largely replaced by various synthetic rubbers.
Flexible cables, or ‘continuous-flex’ cables, are electrical cables specially designed to cope with the tight bending radii and physical stress associated with moving applications, such as inside cable carriers. Due to increasing demands within the field of automation technology in the 1980s, such as increasing loads, moving cables guided inside cable carriers often failed, although the cable carriers themselves did not. In extreme cases, failures caused by “corkscrews” and core ruptures brought entire production lines to a standstill, at high cost. As a result, specialized, highly flexible cables were developed with unique characteristics to differentiate them from standard designs. These are sometimes called “chain-suitable,” “high-flex,” or “continuous flex” cables. A higher level of flexibility means the service life of a cable inside a cable carrier can be greatly extended. A normal cable typically manages 50,000 cycles, but a dynamic cable can complete between one and three million cycles.
Maxtech DXB is the premier cable wire suppliers Dubai because of the quality of supply we provide to our customers.