Electrical Cables

Electrical Cables

Given their importance and use across almost every industry globally, electrical cables must be diverse to enable their installation wherever required. Therefore, the cables can vary in many ways such as length, where they are then coiled around large reels weighing tonnes. Electrical cables can also be made more flexible by stranding the wires within them, which helps in improving their practicality and also their durability by not placing too much tension on them when bending the wires. With the electrical cables possessing capabilities for high levels of electrical voltage and energy to continuously pass through them and considering their presence in a mixture of environments, it is imperative that necessary safety precautions are taken to meet industry regulations, but also preserve the lifetime of the cables.

As a result, the wiring within the cables is strongly insulated (either individually or grouped) and there is also colour coding so the properties of each wire are known, assisting with the installation process. 

Types of Electrical Cables:

Non-Metallic Sheathed Cable

Underground Feeder Cable

Metallic Sheathed Cable

Multi-Conductor Cable

Coaxial Cable

Ribbon Cable

Direct-Buried Cable

Twin-Lead Cable

Twinaxial Cable

Paired Cable

Heliax Cable

Shielded Cable




Power Stations

Computer Networks


Medical Industry

Security and Alarm


Marine and Offshore Industry

Building and Construction

Oil and Gas Industry

Renewable Energy

Mining Operations


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