MC’s marine cables come with different characteristics depending on what the cable transports, such as oil, LNG, or automobiles. Regardless of what is being transported, transportation is the main purpose of the cables. Hence, the need for light weight is paramount. Additionally, because transportation occurs over the ocean and dangerous materials such as oil or LNG are being transported, features such as flame retardation, non-toxicity, and low ductility are also priorities. For naval cables that are installed in destroyers and submarines, not only is flame retardation, non-toxicity, and low ductility necessary, but waterproofing and light weight are also required as well.
At TMC, we supply our clients with advanced technological products based on our pioneering materials and product technologies. To give our clients confidence and our company credibility, we have acquired certifications from prominent classification organizations worldwide including certification from the prestigious Lloyd’s Register Group, based in U.K.
3.6/6kV SPYCB(Y), TPYC(Y), FA-SPYCB(Y), FA-TPYC(Y)
6/10kV SPYCB(Y), TPYC(Y), FA-SPYCB(Y), FA-TPYC(Y)
8.7/15kV SPYCB(Y), TPYC(Y), FA-SPYCB(Y), FA-TPYC(Y)
Design guide : IEC 60092-350, -354
– Flame retardant : IEC 60332-1
: IEC 60332-3 Category A (FA-Type)
– Cold bend/impact : CSA 22.2 No. 0.3 (-40 ˚C / -35 ˚C) (Cold Type)
– Max. conductor temperature : 90 ˚C