Our company UKB Electronics Pvt. Ltd. is well known manufacturer, exporter, supplier and service provider of BIS cable. Our whole range is mainly used for permanent wiring purpose of any building and also for underground wiring. The offered BIS cables consist two or more electrical conducts which are widely utilized for uninterrupted distribution of electrical current.
In order to manufacture our entire range we obtain superior grade of raw components from reliable providers of market. Our technocrats posses plethora of knowledge about different production procedures that can be used to create a flawless BIS Digital cables. Owing to their expertise and ability to deliver world class goods within specific duration we have gained immense popularity in all nooks and corner of the domain.
Our wide ambit is widely demanded in industrial plant, switching stations, commercial buildings and many other places. The factor which are responsible for high requirement of these BIS cables are moisture resistance, incredible tensile strength, long life, low toxicity and robust construction.
In addition, we examine these cables on various quality norms and parameters before final dispatch.
Indoors, Building Wires and Domestic Electrical Wiring Purpose.
Product Construction --
Single Core Unsheathed Wires
-- Single Core Cable 0.50 sq.mm.to 240 sq.mm.
-- 2 /3 / 4 / 5 Core x upto 50 sq.mm.
Annealed Bare Copper conductor confirming to
IS : 8130, BS 6360 or IEC 60228 -
Stranded (class 2) / Flexible (class 5)
Gladius FR – Flame Retardant
Lentus FRLS – Flame Retardant Low Smoke
Cuprus HFFR – Halogen Free Flame Retardant
Cross-linked Halogen Free Flame Retardant
|Colours||Green/Yellow, Blue, Red, Black, Grey, White, any other colours on request|
Reference Standard --
IS:694, IS:17048, BS:6004, BS:6599, BS:7211, IEC 60227
Operating Temperature --
Working Voltage --
300/500, 450/750, 600/1000 Volts
|Requirement of Oxygen to catch Fire (% in air)||>30||>30||>35||>35|
Temperature required to catch Fire
(with 21% in Oxygen)
|Visibility during cable burning (%)||<35||>40||>80||>80|
Release of Halogen Gas during burning
(% by weight)