Low Smoke Zero Halogen Wire & Cable Best Practice Guide

The Low Smoke Zero Halogen Wire and Cable Best Practice Guide is an explanation of the different types of Low Smoke Zero Halogen materials used in the electrical and electronics industry.Low Smoke Zero Halogen Wire and Cable Best Practice GuideWith an increase in the amount of cable found in residential, commercial and industrial applications in recent years, there is a greater fuel load in the event of a fire. Low-smoke, zero-halogen compounds have delivered enhanced fire protection performance. Today, low-smoke, zero-halogen cables are being used in applications beyond the traditional transit, shipboard, military and other confined-space applications.

Low Smoke Zero Halogen Wire and Cable Best Practice Guide:

This Best Practice Guide, produced by electrical and electronic cable company Anixter, includes:

  • A list of all the commonly-used abbreviations
  • Industry smoke tests applied to electrical cabling
  • The typical halogen content of common cable materials
  • The 5 criteria that determine how a cable will perform in a fire
  • Suitable applications for different materials

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