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, TECK90 cables have proven to have a superior service and maintenance record.
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.
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 TECK90 Cables, particularly in areas where cables are subject to the risk of mechanical damage and chemical attack.
Commercial applications for TECK90 Cables include apartment buildings and commercial complexes.
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.
TECK90 Cables are:
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 TECK90 cables are printed: SUN RES.
The outer jackets of TECK90 cables are printed: (mon/year)TECK90 XLPE (-40°C) 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|
| Ampacity (A)
(Notes 2, 3)
|Fittings (Note 4)|
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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.