Prysmian's Lifeline Cable is Fire-Resistive, Passing a two-hour Horizontal and one-hour Fire Ratings
Ideal for drilling platforms, oil refineries, hospitals, elevators, transit, and much more, Lifeline fire-resistive cables from Prysmian Group meet UL 2196 requirements, having successfully passed a two-hour fire rating in horizontal installations and a one-hour fire rating in vertical installations.
Both the insulation and the jacket of these cables are made from low smoke, zero halogen material. The jacket is constructed of cross-linked polyolefin, and the insulation is constructed from high-temperature mica tape layers and ceramifiable silicone. The conductors are bare-stranded copper, 8 AWG through 750kcmil. Lifeline Cables are preferred over options such as Mineral Insulated (MI) cables because Lifeline Cables are less costly, easier to install, and readily available.
To learn more, contact your Electra Sales of North Texas or Oklahoma representative to learn more or visit Prysmian online at https://bit.ly/3yGqmvY.