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Halogen Free Single Conductor Cable

Allied Wire and Cable supplies non-halogenated single conductor cables for a wide variety of applications, including shipbuilding, industrial sites, utilities, data centers, and various uses in heavily-populated facilities. Halogen-free cables provide buyers with a high-performing, cleaner, safer alternative to regular single conductor cables. For full product specifications and configurations, please visit the individual product pages listed below.

What exactly is it that makes Halogen Free Cables safer and healthier to use? This improved type of cable is produced without the extremely reactive Halogen-family elements of Fluorine, Chlorine, Bromine, Iodine, and Astatine. These elements, although normally quite stable, will create toxic and corrosive fumes when burned.

The smoke created by burning halogenated products is so dangerous to human health that many governments are now moving to introduce stricter halogen cable regulations. In response, more and more manufacturers are making the switch to halogen-free options.

Halogen-free cables are perfect for use in situations where performance, reliability, and safety are of the highest importance; for example, in high-occupancy, moving applications like commuter rails.

AWC has an extensive inventory of halogen-free cables, including Halogen Free Data Cable, Halogen Free Motor Connection Cables, Halogen Free Ribbon Cable, MIL-C-24643, and more, all available on our website.

Halogen-free cables also offer the added benefit of being more environmentally-friendly than their halogenated counterparts. Non-halogenated cables produce drastically lower levels of carbon monoxide – sometimes as much as 360% lower carbon output – and they produce less smoke overall. In today's world, your company's environmental impact is a pressing issue.