Aerial and branch wiring
Lighting, control and signal circuit wiring
Exposed and buried installation
Laying out in cable trays
Overhead wiring using messenger wire
Reduced construction costs due to considerably decreased installation time from existing wiring methods
Existing Conduit Installation Method
Step 1: Copious cutting, reaming, screwing, bending and coupling required
Step 2: Wire insertion
Step 3: Connecting and supporting the pipeline
ACF Cable Installation Method
Step 1: Cutting
Step 2: Connecting and supporting the conduit
[Comparison of Rigid Steel Conduit and ACF Installation Methods]
Excellent flame retardance satisfying all vertical tray flame test (VTFT) requirements of IEEE 383 as specified in electrical facilities standards
Excellent bending properties
No risk of damaging the cable when bending to get around corners, does not require normal bending and coupling materials
Wiring length variability
As a spreader is supplied, long-distance wiring and use in necessary lengths are possible.
The lightweight aluminum cladding makes it easier to handle than steel conduits.
ACF is installed conveniently and swiftly without additional piping or line insertion away from facility pipelines or other obstacles involving lightweight partitions and double ceilings.