• Rating Voltage: 450/750V, 0.6/1kV
  • Standards: EN 60332-1-2, EN 50525-2-21, IEC 322-1, BS 7919, and BS 4066 PT1
  • Operating Temperatures: -25° C to 90°C
  • Features: Extreme Conditions Resistant, High Protective Measures, Flame Retardant, Halogen-Free

Types of EPR CSP Cable

EPR CSP Flexible Type of Cable

EPR CSP Flexible Type of Cable

This cable is highly resistant to heat, liquids, mud, oils, and other conditions that can harm any electrical circuit wiring.

Rubber Insulated Flexible Type of Cable

Rubber Insulated Type of Cable

It is highly flexible, can withstand surrounding conditions, and is mainly used in low-temperature operating sites like water, drainage.

Coil-End Lead Type of Cable

Coil-End Lead Type of Cable

This kind of cable is used in electrical panels and conveyors and is known as a replacement for tri-rated cables.

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Applications of EPR CSP Cable

Our product is known for one hundred percent high performance and working in extreme conditions. Guangming offers EPR insulated cables that undergo critical processes with the utilization of the best electrical materials.

Many industrial sectors demand EPR CSP cable products from our firm because of our ability to meet the requirements and specifications of each client.

Electrical Manufacturing Tools

With their high heat and high-temperature resistance, EPR CSP cables can be used with any electrical tools used in manufacturing, operating process, and mechanical equipment.

Construction Operating Sites

EPR cable full form is highly used in different buildings or structures construction because of its capacity to sustain the free flow of electrical charge in various electrically-powered machines.

Plants and Industries

Aside from being resistant to heat, EPR CSP cables have excellent resistance to oils and chemicals, making them ideally used in industrial plants.

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Frequently Asked Questions

EPR cables are widely used as electrically powered wiring cables in various industries because of their ability to withstand conditions without deteriorating the electrical conduction of power. The EPR serves as an excellent insulator for cables holding 470 Volts to 750 power voltages, and with operating temperatures of -25° C to 90°C.

First, what is CSP and what is EPR cable? EPR cables are also known as ethylene-propylene rubber. Its excellent dielectric properties and insulation make it suitable for electrical cables. On the other hand, CSP, also known as chlorosulfonated polyethylene, has electrical physical characteristics. It is a cover layering material used as a sheath in cables. With the combination of the two, it can be used in large electrical and industrial sectors having the power to resist any type of condition. It is composed of tinned copper as a conductor, the EPR insulation, and CSP as the outer layer or sheath.

No, EPR and XLPE are not the same. Although both are widely utilized in electrical manufacturing cables, in terms of solidity, EPR has the upper hand when it comes to dielectric properties and resistance because XLPE type of insulators can still be harmed by liquid and oils

TQ cables are those cables with unarmored covers and have excellent insulated silicone tubes and wires. These are widely used in those applications with fixed installations and stationary machines.