Nexans FIREX®-II TECK90 Cables are intended for use in various primary and secondary industries, including chemical processing plants, refineries and general factory environments.
National : CSA C22.2 N° 131
Even in the most demanding industrial and resource industry applications, Nexans FIREX®-II TECK90 cables have proven to have a superior service and maintenance record.
FIREX®-II TECK90 Cables utilize low acid gas, low flame spread PVC jacket compounds to ensure maximum safety to personnel and equipment in the event of fire.
FIREX®-II TECK90 Cables, originally developed for use in Canadian mines, are flexible, resistant to mechanical abuse, corrosion resistant, compact and reliable. They are suitable for a wide range of applications, including ALL hazardous locations - Class I, Division 1 and 2; Class II, Division 1 and 2; and Class III.
Industries such as pulp and paper, chemical, petroleum and other primary and secondary manufacturing industries have used FIREX®-II TECK90 Cables, particularly in areas where cables are subject to the risk of mechanical damage and chemical attack.
Commercial applications for FIREX®-II TECK90 Cables include apartment buildings and commercial complexes.
FIREX®-II TECK90 Cables can be relocated easily because they are rugged and flexible. They can be used in both dry and wet locations in open wiring, in ventilated, non-ventilated and ladder-type cable troughs, in ventilated flexible cableways, and for direct burial.
TECK90 Cables are also suitable for service entrance installations - above and below ground.
Nexans FIREX®-II TECK90 Cables are:
Available from stock
Resistant to Mechanical Abuse and Corrosion
Compact and Reliable
"HL" and "FT4" Rated per CSA
90°C to -40°C
Low Acid Gas (AG14)
Inner and outer jackets are sunlight resistant
Marking and Identification
The inner jackets of Nexans FIREX®-II TECK90 cables are printed: SUN RES.
The outer jackets of Nexans FIREX®-II TECK90 cables are printed: (mon/year) NEXANS FIREX®-II TECK90 XLPE (-40°C) CSA LL19376 F HL FT4 AG14 SUN RES along with conductor size, number of conductors and sequential metre marking.
|1C TECK90 (XLPE) 5 KV FITTING SIZES AND AMPACITY|
|Conductor Size||Ampacity (A) 30°C Ambient (Notes 2, 3)||Fittings (Note 4)|
|Power AWG or kcmil||Bonding AWG||Appleton||T & B||CMP Products||Cooper Crouse-Hinds|
|1) Where stated, “nominal” and “approximate” values are provided for information purposes only and are subject to|
|standard manufacturing tolerances.|
|2) Based on CEC Table 1, for single conductors in free air.|
|3) The maximum conductor temperature (used to determine the maximum conductor ampacity) shall be based|
|on the lowest temperature rating of the electrical equipment, any wire connector, or cable (CEC Rule 4-006).|
|4) Ensure that only non-magnetic connectors, locknuts and ground bushings are used.|