Kowsar Saba Industry Development Investment Group

Kinds of Cable

Kinds of Cable

 

Flexible Cables

 

1- PVC-insulated and coated flexible cables for 300-500 volts

This kind of cable is applicable in both dry and wet rooms for portable electric devices and equipment, also in houses and offices, as well as heating systems for up to 500 volts, and in places where medium mechanical tensions and fluctuations are expected. These cables are not recommended for outside of buildings.

 

 

 

2- PVC-insulated and coated flexible cables for 0.6-1 kilovolt

This kind of cable is applicable for transmitting electricity to electric portable and moveable devices and equipment used in farms, mines, and factories.

 

 

 

 

High-voltage land cables (single-core)

 

1- PVC-insulated and coated high-voltage cables (0.6-1 kilovolt)

These cables are applied for low-voltage distribution lines of under 1,000 volts in residential, commercial, and industrial centers. The cables are installed inside or outside of buildings, in water or canals, underground, or in places with no possibility of mechanical impacts.

 

 

 

 

2- PVC-insulated and coated high-voltage single-core cables with aluminum conductors (0.6 to 1 kilovolt)

These cables are applied for lighting purposes in low-voltage distribution lines of under 1,000 volts in residential, commercial, and industrial centers. The cables are installed inside or outside of buildings, in water or canals, underground, or in places with no possibility of mechanical impacts.

 

 

 

 

3- PVC-insulated high-voltage single-core coaxial copper cables (0.6 to 1 kilovolt)

These cables are applied for low-voltage distribution lines under 1,000 volts. These cables are installed inside and outside buildings, underground, in water, and canals. Meanwhile, the cables have shields that protect people against electric shocks.

 

 

 

4- PVC-insulated and coated high-voltage single-core cables with aluminum shields (0.6 to 1 kilovolt)

These cables have been designed to be used for low-voltage distribution lines under 1,000 volts. These cables are installed inside and outside buildings, underground, in water, and canals. Meanwhile, the cables have shields that are safe against mechanical damage and impacts and protect people against electric shocks.

 

 

 

 

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