Power plant tray cables

Tray cables are used in control and power applications in chemical plants, steel mills, industrial plants, utility substations and generating stations, as well as commercial buildings. Tray cables are available in a variety of insulation and jacketing combinations and designed to meet the demands of everything from light to heavy-duty industrial applications.

Available in a variety of insulation and jacketing combinations

Best > Heavy Duty

XLP/XL-CPE

XHHW-2 conductors with cross-linked polyethylene insulation and a sunlight resistant thermoset chlorinated polyethylene jacket. 600 V 90° C dry and wet. UL 1277.

FREP-CPE

XHHW-2 conductors with ethylene propylene rubber insulation and a sunlight resistant chlorinated polyethylene jacket.
600 V 90° C dry and wet. UL 1277.

 

Better

XLP/CPE

XHHW-2 conductors with cross-linked polyethylene insulation and a sunlight resistant thermoplastic chlorinated polyethylene jacket. 600 V 90° C dry and wet. UL 1277.

 

Good > Light Duty

XLP/PVC

XHHW-2 conductors with cross-linked polyethylene insulation and a sunlight resistant Polyvinyl Chloride jacket.
600 V 90° C dry and wet. UL 1277.

VN/VNTC

THHN conductors with polyvinyl chloride insulation, a nylon covering, and a sunlight resistant Polyvinyl Chloride jacket.
600 V 90° C dry and 75° C wet. UL 1277.

LSZH

XHHW-2 conductors with cross-linked polyethylene insulation and a sunlight resistant low smoke zero halogen thermoplastic jacket. 600 V 90° C dry and wet. UL 1277.

 

Substation Control Cable

XHHW-2 conductors with cross-linked polyethylene insulation, a 0.005 inch longitudinally applied corrugated copper tape and a sunlight resistant chlorinated polyethylene jacket. 600V 90° C dry and wet. UL 1277.

 

 

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