Instrumentation Cables can be utilized in process plants to connect instrumentations. Usually they take their place in industrial plants as rafinery or petrol deposit. They can be screened, armoured, laid up in pairs, triads, quads etc. They can be insulated in PVC, PE, XLPE, HEPR and sheathed in PUR, LSF, PVC, PE.
Below is an example of instrumentation cable:
Stranded (class2) or flexible (class 5)copper wires according to BS 6360.
Polyethylene insulation type 03 acc. to BS 6234.
Mild galvanized steel wires acc.to BS EN10257-1.
- OUTER SHEATH
LSF outer sheath acc. to BS 6724/BS 6425 (Tables 11 and 12)
Sheath colour: Black RAL 9005.
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These armoured cables are designed to connect electrical instrument circuits and to provide communication service in and around process plants. These cables are suitable for direct burial applications and are utilized in areas where fire could create dense smoke and toxic fumes. They are ideal for the petrochemical industry.
- Steel tape or steel wires braid armour;
- Fire resistant cables;
- Core colours on request.