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  1. Amercable CIR Control Cable Gexol Insulated Arctic Grade Multi-Conductor 0.6/1kV Rated 90C 37-102
  2. Amercable CIR Instrumentation Cable Gexol Insulated Individually Shielded Pairs/Triads 0.6/1kV Rated 90C 37-102
  3. Amercable CIR Power Cable Gexol Insulated Arctic Grade Three and Four Conductor With Ground 0.6/1kV Rated 90C 37-102
  4. Amercable Type VFD Power Cable UL Listed as Type TC-ER-HL Three Conductor Insulated 2kV 90C Arctic Grade 37-102
  5. HW290 Listed CIR Control Cable Multi-Conductor
  6. HW290 HL Listed CIR Power Cable Three & Four Conductor
  7. HW291 HL Listed CIR Instrumentation Cable Individually Shielded Pairs
  8. HW292 HL Listed CIR Instrumentation Cable Individually Shielded Triads

These cables are designed to withstand punishment from mankind and Mother Nature alike. These cables are widely used in Arctic and Antarctic regions or any location where temperatures regularly drop to below freezing. Although these regions may seem uninhabitable by man, they are home to many different types of industries. Doing business in the extreme cold is not easy, and transmitting electricity to such remote locations is a challenge. However, there are enormous profits to be made where few people are willing to venture, and if you are innovative enough to seek out these profits, Nassau Electrical Supply’s Arctic Grade cables will bring light to the coldest corners of the world.

Crush and Impact Resistant Arctic Grade cables are used as power cables, control cables, and instrumentation cables in cold environments. The cables’ Gexol® Insulation cable pairs the flexible, crush-resistant integrity of CIR cables with the virtually impenetrable protection of Gexol® polyolefin insulation. The combination equates to an extremely resilient, long lasting assembly that can tolerate the harshest abuse Mother Nature is capable of dishing out.

These cable can handle high temperatures up to 90°C. Underwriters Laboratories deems this cable safe for use in hazardous locations per UL standard 1277 and 2225. The cable is often used on marine vessels and offshore drilling rigs as it’s durable insulation and outer jacket combat the corrosive effects of conditions at sea. The flexible, crush and impact construction of the cable also prove beneficial for the abuse it may take at sea. Installation within cable tray is suggested for this product, but it can be exposed and still function safely.

The construction of this product consists of tinned copper conductors that are formed into pairs or triads and wrapped in Gexol® insulation. A polyester-backed foil tape for shielding then covers the insulation. The tinned copper CIR conductors are a preferred alternative to Type MC due to their smaller bend radius. CIR conductors also offer less tray fill with a smaller overall cable radius. The entire assembly is jacketed with a black thermoset compound that is flame retardant and defends the conductors against oil, sunlight, corrosive chemicals, and abrasion.

Crush and Impact Resistant Arctic Grade cables are used as power cables, control cables, and instrumentation cables in cold environments. The cables’ Gexol® Insulation cable pairs the flexible, crush-resistant integrity of CIR cables with the virtually impenetrable protection of Gexol® polyolefin insulation. The combination equates to an extremely resilient, long lasting assembly that can tolerate the harshest abuse Mother Nature is capable of dishing out.

These cable can handle high temperatures up to 90°C. Underwriters Laboratories deems this cable safe for use in hazardous locations per UL standard 1277 and 2225. The cable is often used on marine vessels and offshore drilling rigs as it’s durable insulation and outer jacket combat the corrosive effects of conditions at sea. The flexible, crush and impact construction of the cable also prove beneficial for the abuse it may take at sea. Installation within cable tray is suggested for this product, but it can be exposed and still function safely.

The construction of this product consists of tinned copper conductors that are formed into pairs or triads and wrapped in Gexol® insulation. A polyester-backed foil tape for shielding then covers the insulation. The tinned copper CIR conductors are a preferred alternative to Type MC due to their smaller bend radius. CIR conductors also offer less tray fill with a smaller overall cable radius. The entire assembly is jacketed with a black thermoset compound that is flame retardant and defends the conductors against oil, sunlight, corrosive chemicals, and abrasion.

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