The Habiaflame™ product range consists of fire resistant and flame retardant cables and wires, that can operate in 1565°C.
Our fire resistant cables and wires are intended for use in extreme environments where high temperature and mechanical resistance are critical.
The Habiaflame™ product range consists of fire resistant and flame retardant cables and wires that can operate in temperatures up to 1565°C. Originally designed to withstand the rigours of steel production, our fire resistant cables are also often used within safety critical systems as they can continue to operate throughout a fire.
A long operational life
The material combination used within the Habiaflame™ concept doesn’t rely on extruded plastics. Instead, a robust combination of tapes and braids ensures insulation integrity even under harshest conditions. This rugged approach means that the maintenance schedule can be extended significantly when compared to a conventional cable.
Superior strength and performance
Due to the extremely high mechanical performance and temperature resistance of these cables they are ideal for use in emergency systems and for applications in heavy industry.
Our fire resistant cables do not normally require any other form of protective enclosure and can remain completely exposed, making installation and visual inspections quicker and easier.
In addition, a completely halogen-free solution to our Habiaflame™ product range: the RVH cable, is available. This solution is ideal for situations where people or sensitive equipment may be present.
Tailor-made for your needs
With many possible combinations of size, colour, number of cores, armouring etc., our fire resistant cables and wires are custom designed and tailored to meet your specific needs.
Tested and approved to following fire and flame performance standards:
IEC 60331-21 – 750°C flame for 90 minutes
IEC 60331-31 – 830°C flame with shock for 120 minutes
A ladle car or slag car is a wagon, which is used in steel foundries to collect the molten iron spatters. In Tata Steel's foundry in Jamshedpur, India, the ladle cars move 300 meters front and back from one location to another to process the steel.