The environmental conditions in and around places such as drilling platforms are often extreme. Cables in these environments must be laid at low and high temperatures, and must be resistant to wear and tear, oil, chemicals, lubricants and grease. During a fire, such cables must have maximum functional continuity, ensuring safe evacuation and allowing for functional continuity of vital equipment.

In order to always find the very best cable solution, we continuously research the limits of the materials we use. This also applies to the electrical and mechanical properties of the cables. Making use of silicones as an insulator allows cables to remain functional during a fire for up to 3 hours. After all, rather than burning, silicon materials form ceramic (essentially they bake into stone).

Imitating the most extreme environmental factors such as temperature and the presence of oils and greases, we take our cables to the next level. It is safe to say that the use of our cables will help prevent downtime in your systems. All our cables are manufactured in accordance with EN, IEC, UL and other standards.

Is your application situated in extreme conditions, and are you looking for a cable providing certainty in these conditions? In consultation with you, our engineers will develop the right cable for your application. From shielding against magnetic radiation to rodent resistance, and from improved tensile strength to reinforcement against sagging.

Cables for extreme conditions:

  • Fire tests Category A (IEC 60332-2-22)
  • UV resistant
  • Halogen-free
  • Functional continuity (EN 50200 PH 180, >2h)
  • High oil resistance (complies with TM5)
  • Temperatures ranging from -50 °C to +90 °C
  • MUD resistant (NEK 606 SHF-2)


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