Cable ladders TRIGLASS® – fiberglass

GRP CABLE LADDERS reinforced with fibreglass and/or carbon, represent one of the pultruded profiles made by Top Glass.
These composite products are designed and manufactured to meet stringent technical requirements with regard to mechanical properties and fire resistance.

The main advantage of these types of cable trays and ladders are their excellent electrical insulation (does not require grounding) and their fire behaviour (self extinguishing with an absence of toxic fumes).
They are extensively used for the installation and protection of cables inside tunnels and wherever higher safety standards are required.

Nominal dimension: mm

TYPE P-50 (mm) P-83 (mm) P-120 (mm)
A 50 83 120
B 200 – 300 – 400 – 500 – 600
C 30 30 50
D 3 3 3
E 4 5 3
F 31 63 102
L 6000 6000 6000

MEAN PHYSICAL-MECHANICAL PROPERTIES

PROPERTY TEST METHOD UNIT POLYESTER RESIN MEAN VALUE ACRILIC RESIN MEAN VALUE
Specific weight ASTM D792 g/cm3 1,8 2
Dielectric strength ASTM D149 kV/mm 5 10
Water absorption ISO 62 % 0,4 0,4
Longitudinal thermal expansion coefficient ISO 11359 – 2 K-1 11×10-6 9×10-6
Thermal conductivity EN 12667 / EN 12664 W/mK 0,3 0,35
Longitudinal flexural strength ASTM D790 MPa 400 300
Longitudinal flexural modulus EN 13706 GPa 25 20
Fire “F” classification NF F 16-101 CLASS F2 F0
Fire “M” classification NF P 92-501 CLASS M3 M1
Fire “I” classification NF F 16-101 CLASS I4 I0
Surface flame spread BS 476
Parte 7
CLASS 3 1
Flame spread smoke developed ASTM E 84 CLASS ——– 1
Inflammation point (incandescent wire test) IEC 695-2-1 °C ——– 960 without drops
Halogens free NO YES

 

NOTE

VALUES REFER TO REINFORCED PROFILES WITH FIBREGLASS IN A POLYESTER – ACRYLIC MATRIX
Tolerance for mechanical properties refers to longitudinal direction: ± 10%.
The data provided is accurate. However, Top Glass does not assume any liability as to its use.