Household Cables

The House Wires are preferred for areas that require superior safety such as hotels, theatres, hospitals, railway stations, high rise buildings and chemical industries. The house wires are fire-resistant, burns with no flame and emits non-toxic smoke in case of fire. These wires are offered in market after going through stringent quality control checks on various international parameters. These wires come with easy windings and installation that saves time significantly. Our house wires are preferred widely as these avoid cracking and aging in kitchens, bathrooms, damp walls, chemical industries etc.

FR House Wires

The FR (Flame Retardant) House Wires, which are demanded for their special thermal properties. The bunched conductors are insulated with fire retardant compound. These cables can withstand overload with ease and emit lower heat, which reduce the power consumption. The insulation is resistant to boiling water, steam and vapors and prevents aging and cracking in kitchens, bathrooms, damp walls, chemical industries


  • Specially formulated fire retardant compound insulation
  • Thermal properties enable the cable to hold up in case of overload
  • Easy winding & installation
  • High insulation resistance values
  • Its insulation is resistant to steam, vapor and boiling water
  • Avoids cracking & ageing
  • Suitable for seepage prone areas

Available Range 0.5 sq. mm. To 6 sq. mm.

FRLS House Wires

The FRLS (Flame Retardant Low Smoke Cables) House Wires bunched conductors are insulated with specially formulated flame retardant low smoke compound. During fire situation FRLS compound restricts the spread of flame, the emission of smoke is also less as compared to ordinary PVC cables.


  • Bunched conductor is shielded with specially devised FRLS compound
  • Restricts the spreading of flames
  • Emission of smoke is lesser in comparison to PVC cables
  • Available in various capacities & lengths
  • Lower heating
  • Power saving
  • Has high thermal stability
  • Easy to wind & installation