How short circuit causes a fire?
Short circuits occur when two bare wires touch which can be either phase to phase or phase to neutral. Overloading may cause a short circuit. In any circuit is said to be overloaded when too much current flows through the circuit, causing heat build-up. which may cause the insulation cover of the cable to melt. Thereby making bare wire touch each other. This may lead to a spark or fire.
Deteriorated insulation and poor quality insulations are some of the most frequent causes of short circuits. When too many lights or appliances works simultaneously in the electrical system, it may cause overload and overheat. This may cause the wire insulation to melt, catch fire and ignite. Resulting in an electrical fire caused by a short circuit.
HFFR - Halogen Free Flame / Fire Retardant Cables
Flame / Fire retardant cables are cables that are designed to resist the spread of fire into a new area. They do not propagate flame & fire. Halogen-free cables are cables whose insulation materials do not contain the elements of the halogen group like chloride. These are Non-Toxic & Non-Corrosive. For example, one of the most common insulating materials is polyvinyl chloride (PVC). This is because as non-conductors, halogens such as chlorine are excellent insulators and are therefore often used as the insulator material for cables. When PVC gets burned, it produces carbon monoxide, dioxins, and chlorinated furans. Dioxins and furans are two of the most toxic man-made products because the lowest amount of either product can cause diseases such as cancer and birth defects.
RR Kabel FIREX LS0H (Low Smoke Zero Halogen)
REACH, ROHS, CE and CPR Compliant
REACH : Registration, Evaluation, Authorisation and Restriction of Chemicals is a European Union regulation
ROHS : Restriction of Hazardous Substances Directive (European Union)
CE : Good’s conformity with European health, safety, and environmental protection standards.
CPR : European Standard
Anti-Rodent & Anti-Termite
100% Electrolytic Copper
Extremely pure copper (greater than 99.95%), called electrolytic copper, can be made by electrolysis.
More than 101% Conductivity
IACS (International Annealed Copper Standard) and the number preceding “IACS” is the percentage of conductivity material has relative to copper, which is considered to be 100% conductive.
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