Low-Smoke Zero Halogen Cable

What is Alpha Essentials? Part 3

Posted on Monday, February 9, 2015 by Kimberly Versaw

To wrap up the Alpha Essentials product family, we will now introduce the last 4 product lines that make up this newly formed product family. 

High/Low Temperature Cable:  Alpha Wire’s high/low temperature cables are available for temperatures ranging from -55°C to 200°C. Our expertise in high-temperature materials such as teflon will help you select the right cable to meet the demanding high-temperature requirements for control and power applications. 

Low Smoke Zero Halogen Communication and Control CableAlpha Wire’s low-smoke, zero-halogen (LSZH) communication and control cable combines LSZH-rated insulation and jackets with the rugged performance you expect from Alpha. The specially formulated LSZH material minimizes the effects from smoke and harmful corrosive gases in the event of combustion. Low smoke means easier visibility in exiting the area and reduced danger of smoke inhalation, while low toxicity means no harm to people from halogenated gases.   Our LSZH cables are suited to such applications as rapid transit, industrial, commercial, and similar confined-space applications where the low-smoke cables can save lives and potentially reduce damage to electronic components.

Plenum Cable:  We offer a full range of cables for control, computer interconnections, security, alarms, and building energy management systems in a variety of plenum-rated insulations and jackets.

Tray Cable:  Alpha Essentials tray cables are built to withstand the harshest environments for your communication and control needs.  We offer both CSA and UL ratings to meet the most stringent industrial applications.  Alpha Wire tray cables come in a variety of configurations which allow for faster installation without the costly need of conduit. 

That wraps up the Alpha Essentials 360 view, please visit the product family page and order your free sample today!

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