SIMH cable

APPLICATIONS

These cables are designed for connections of exposed to extreme temperature changes. Often used in iron and steel manufacturing industry, aerospace industry, shipbuilding industry, lighting fixtures, ceramic, glass and cement facto­ries.

Core Numbers x Conductor Section (mm²)O.D. Approx (mm²)Copper Factor (kg/km)Cable Weight Approx (kg/km)
2 x 0,756,214,454,4
3 x 0,756,621,666,0
4 x 0,757,629,086,2
2 x 16,619,263,4
3 x 17,429,084,2
4 x 18,038,4101,2
2 x 1,57,429,082,7
3 x 1,57,943,0101,8
Core Numbers x Conductor Section (mm²)O.D. Approx (mm²)Copper Factor (kg/km)Cable Weight Approx (kg/km)
4 x 1,58,558,0123,5
2 x 2,59,148,0127,1
3 x 2,59,772,0157,0
4 x 2,510,596,0191,0
2 x 410,677,0181,3
3 x 411,3115,0227,5
4 x 412,6154,0296,2
CABLE CONSTRUCTION
ConductorStranded Bare Copper Wires ( HD 383 Class 5)
InsulationSilicone Compound (HD 22.1 S4 I El2)
Core IdentificationColor Coded Or Number Printed (DIN VDE 0293-308)
SheathSilicone Compound (HD 22.1 S4 I EM9)
ColorTile Red
APPLIED TESTS
Structural Dimension Tests HD 22.1,2
Mechanical TestsEN 60811-1-1, 1-2, 2-1
Electrical TestsHD 22.2
Low Temperature TestsEN 60811-1-4
Fire Performance TestsIEC 61031-1, IEC 60332-1-2, IEC 60754-1-2