Champion Flame Shield® phenolic RTRC conduit and Radix Wire & Cable conductors passed this stringent two-hour fire-rated test. They are now certified and meet the code requirements for circuit survivability and for protecting critical emergency systems under fire conditions.
When used together, DuraLife RHH Two-Hour Fire-Rated Power cables and Champion Flame Shield phenolic conduit provide an easy-to-install, cost-effective means of fire protection. The cable and conduit are two-hour certified for both vertical and horizontal installations with up to four cables per conduit.
Champion Fiberglass phenolic electrical conduit meets the most stringent industry requirements including 2-hour fire and flame resistance, high temperature ratings, and low smoke characteristics.
In addition to the new UL 2196 FHIT28E for RHH 600V Applications when used with Radix Wire & Cable, Champion Flame Shield also meets the following fire safety designations:
- Withstands temperatures up to 1850℉ for 2 hours
- Meets NFPA 130, NFPA 502, ASTM E84, ASTM E136, ASTM E162, ASTM E662, and Flammability Classification UL94 VO
- No smoke, toxic halogens, chlorine, or formaldehyde are released when burning
- UL 2515-A Listed for Champion Phenolic XW® conduit
The Champion Fiberglass conduit and Radix Wire & Cable combination is most frequently used in transit tunnels. Other applications for phenolic fiberglass reinforced epoxy conduit include hospitals, places of mass assembly, high-rise buildings, utilities, elevator shafts, and any locations that include life safety systems or emergency lights, fire pumps, elevators, ventilating fans, and emergency generators.