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Polidiemme® XLPO 

Flexible elastomer-based ambient cure cross-linkable materials, for power, specialty and highly flexible cable insulation and sheathing with enhanced thermomechanical properties. Polidiemme® grades can be used also for other applications where high or low working temperatures, improved chemical and abrasion resistance are required.

 
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Polidiemme® ambient-cure, cross-linkable elastomeric materials offer high abrasion, chemical and scratch resistance along with a wide operating temperature range. All grades are ready-to-use on standard extrusion lined.

Key features

  • High electrical properties
  • Low density
  • High extrusion speed on standard extrusion lines
  • Fast ambient curing
  • Low water absorption
  • Wide range of catalyst MB to fit with specific applications
  • Halogen Free and no emission of acid, corrosive gases and dark smoke in case of fire
  • Compliant with RoHS requirements (EU directive 2002/95/EC)

Ambient Cross-Linking

Ambient Cross-Linking (23°C, 50% r.h.)
Hot Set Test @ 250°C, 20N/cm2 - IEC 60811 Test Method


Compliance with Standards

Standard G/400 G/420 G/440 G/450
Cenelec HD 22.1
EI3       +
EI4 + o + +
EI6 +   + +
EI7 + + + +
EM3 + o + +
EM4       +
Cenelec HD 603
DIH1 + +    
DIH2   +    
DIH3   +    
BS 7655
RS5 o   + +
GP4 + +    
GP5 + +    
GP6   +    
GP7 + + + +
EN 50363-0
G7   +    
G8 o   + +
IEC 60092/351
HEPR   +    
EPR + + + +
IEC 60502
HEPR   +    
EPR + + + +
VDE 0207/20
3GI3   +    

+ suggested
o applicable

 

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