Wiring Cables Are for Critical Circuit Protection and Hazardous Environments

Pentair’s Thermal Building Solutions has launched its Pyrotenax 1850Z low-smoke, zero-halogen mineral-insulated wiring cables.Pentair’s Thermal Building Solutions has launched its Pyrotenax 1850Z low-smoke, zero-halogen mineral-insulated wiring cables.

Pentair’s Thermal Building Solutions has launched its Pyrotenax 1850Z low-smoke, zero-halogen mineral-insulated wiring cables.

Pentair’s Thermal Building Solutions has launched its Pyrotenax 1850Z low-smoke, zero-halogen mineral-insulated wiring cables.

Pentair’s Thermal Building Solutions introduces its Pyrotenax 1850Z low-smoke, zero-halogen mineral-insulated (MI) wiring cables. This system combines mechanical strength and fire-resistant qualities and is enhanced with a polymeric jacket to prevent cable corrosion. Ideally suited for critical circuit protection and other hazardous environments, architects and contractors, as well as electrical engineers can rely on this efficient product in any damp surroundings.

Part of Pentair’s existing MI cables product line, Pyrotenax 1850Z takes fire safety to a new level. In the event of a fire, the thermal composition of the jacket results in low smoke levels and zero halogen production. As a result, less harmful components and fewer toxins are released into the atmosphere—minimizing hazards to people and the environment. The system is suitable for a variety of applications where corrosion because of high levels of moisture is a concern such as transit tunnels, rooftops, partially-buried runs or crawlspaces.

The Pyrotenax 1850Z system is a UL Classified/ ULC Listed two-hour fire-rated cable tested to the UL 2196/ ULC-S139 standards. This certification meets the requirements of the “Electrical Circuit Protective System” as referred to in Articles 695 and 700 of the National Electrical Code (NEC) and is compliant with smoke-release and flame propagation requirements of the NFPA 130 standard.

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