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Before any activity on the construction site, the most crucial principle is ensuring safety for both workers and those who will benefit from the structure once it’s completed. Safety measures can be applied in various ways: on equipment, the site, personal protective equipment (PPE), and also materials, such as cables. Here are ways to ensure that the cables in your installation are safe and efficient.

Installation of Renewable Energies

The combination of photovoltaic and wind renewable energies is expected to be the most popular hybrid energy system in the future. During the day, photovoltaic energy meets the residence’s needs, while at night, wind energy comes into play, along with the energy stored in batteries.

This is an excellent option to reduce reliance on electricity from energy distribution companies, with minimal environmental impact. Another alternative is the application of the hybrid photovoltaic system connecting the solar generation system to the electrical grid, integrated with an energy storage system. This enables it to address potential power grid failures and can be used even at night, resulting in significant cost savings and enhanced safety in electricity generation and consumption.

Does cabling relate to safety and health?

New subway lines are planned and built to facilitate mass transportation in major cities. Often, the subway is underground, requiring commuters to travel a long distance from the train to the streets. This complicates the evacuation process in the event of a fire.

Even in surface-level subways, common in Brazil, a complete evacuation of a train is not always swift. Therefore, it’s crucial that materials used in construction are safe and do not pose health risks.

To enhance visibility of emergency exits in case of fire and allow normal breathing instead of inhaling toxic gases, all medium-voltage, low-voltage, or control electrical cables must be non-halogenated. This is because they do not emit black, toxic, or corrosive smoke. Halogenated cables, such as those insulated and/or covered with PVC, are not allowed in areas with a high flow of people and should be promptly replaced by Atox cables, ensuring low emission of smoke and toxic gases.

Atox Line

Explore the Induscabos line of non-halogenated cables. The modern technology used in manufacturing Atox cables (halogen-free) provides an excellent technical and economical alternative for electrical installations in buildings with a high concentration of people. Clients trust it, specialists recommend it, and the market acknowledges it!

See how easy it is? With up-to-date technical specifications, acquiring your cables becomes much more efficient! We are always striving for new improvements; don’t forget to follow them on our communication channels. Discover the new quoting system here!

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