In June 2012, UL learned of compatibility issues when Classified Fire-Resistive Cables were installed in systems where zinc was used as in interior coating in steel conduits, raceways and other system components. At the high temperatures the zinc coating vaporizes and interacts with the copper conductor creating a brass alloy. Brass melts at a lower temperature which compromises the integrity of the electrical system causing pre-mature failure.
Complementary Product Line Helps Sell Strut
Alexander Industrial Sales is a third-generation manufacturers’ representative agency specializing in thermoplastic and fluoropolymer solutions in various industries including chemical…
What Type of Conduit to Use Underground?
Electrical conduit provides valuable protection to electrical wiring and electrical cable from moisture, fire, corrosion, impact, electrocution and short-circuits.
Capital Investments Continue; Champion Fiberglass® Receives New Crusher
(HOUSTON) – Champion Fiberglass’s strong commitment to environmental issues manifested with an ISO 14001 certification, and a continuing step in…