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3 principles certifying quality

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How can you be sure that the cables you are purchasing are of high quality? This is a valid question that arises in the mind of a buyer, and we can address it practically with three important principles: customer trust, expert recommendations, and market approval.

Induscabos Condutores Elétricos has been in the market for over 45 years, manufacturing and distributing low and medium-voltage cables, both aluminum and copper, for various types of installations. Each type of voltage and material falls under a specific category, tailored to meet specific needs. Here’s why our quality is certified.

Copper and Aluminum

Wires and cables are responsible for conducting electrical current from one point to another. Copper and aluminum are the two most commonly used metals in the manufacturing of electrical conductors.

The former is more widely used, especially in insulated conductors, due to its electrical and mechanical properties. Electrolytic copper, with a purity of up to 99.99%, is predominantly used in cable production. Aluminum used for conductors has a purity of approximately 99.5%.

The main differences between copper and aluminum lie in electrical conductivity, weight, and connections. The most significant distinction is in how connections are made between conductors or between the conductor and connector. Aluminum is more common in overhead lines, while copper is used in internal and underground installations. According to the low-voltage electrical installations standard NBR 5410, the use of aluminum is prohibited in residential installations. Aluminum virtually dominates the field of conductors for transmission lines.

Low and Medium Voltage


Low-voltage cables are conductors used in power supply and distribution circuits. One of the favorites among installers of Induscabos products is the Eproflex 90 0.6/1 kV due to its flexibility and performance.

Its HEPR insulation allows operation at up to 90°C under continuous conditions or 130°C in emergency situations. It can be installed in the air on trays, trays, or cable trays, in channels on the ground, or even buried directly in the ground or in conduits.

They also withstand humid environments and water coverage of up to 1 m without issues.

The PVC cover protects 1 to 5 insulated conductors gathered together and color-coded, with flame-retardant properties. The ground conductor can be provided with a reduced section, always in compliance with the NBR 5410 standard for Low Voltage Electrical Installations.


Induscabos’ medium-voltage cables are manufactured using the most advanced extrusion technology in the country. High-performance machines are employed, where the insulation and semiconducting layers are applied through the process of triple simultaneous extrusion, preventing potential material contamination and ensuring total adhesion between the three layers, ensuring a long lifespan for the product.

The cross-linking of XLPE or HEPR occurs in an inert nitrogen atmosphere under pressure. Only compounds from world-class suppliers are used, stored in a positive pressure room to ensure the absence of contaminating materials with polymers.

With the capacity to extrude cables up to 138 kV, a sophisticated X-ray system controls the thickness, diameters, and eccentricity of the polymeric layers. 100% of the cables produced are tested in the factory, measuring their electrical resistance, partial discharges, and applying electrical voltage in alternating current, ensuring the quality of the products.

See how easy it is? With up-to-date technical specifications, acquiring your cables is much faster! We are always seeking new improvements; don’t forget to follow them on our communication channels. Find the new budget system here!

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