Halogen-free wire duct

May 4, 2011
A new line of halogen-free wire duct is designed to reduce flame propagation, eliminate toxins, and minimize the amount of smoke produced in a control panel

A new line of halogen-free wire duct is designed to reduce flame propagation, eliminate toxins, and minimize the amount of smoke produced in a control panel.

The wire duct meets specifications for control-panel installations in railway stations, airports, hospitals, public buildings, subways, and ships. Eight sizes are available: 25 × 50 mm, 25 × 75 mm, 37.5 × 50 mm, 50 × 50 mm, 50 × 100 mm, 75 × 75 mm, and 75 × 100 mm.

The wire duct, made from Noryl nonhalogenated, flame-retardant, low-smoke 5110E material, has an operating temperature range of –25 to 70°C.

IBOCO
26 Northfield Ave.
Edison, NJ 08837
(732) 417-0066
www.iboco.com

© 2011 Penton Media, Inc.

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