Telephone Cables

The Telephone Cables are suited for all kinds of telephone switch board applications in high rise buildings, offices, hotels, hospitals, residential areas, factories etc. Our cables are designed from latest technology and method of production, which minimizes the cross talk. This is constructed from electrolytic grade, right annealed bare solid copper conductor of customized diameter and is insulated with a special grade polyethylene compound. It has a nylon rip cord, which provides an effective means of slitting the jacket without damaging the insulation.

Used for primary and secondary underground (Direct Buried) distribution networks.

Telecommunication ARMOURED Cable, Annealed Tinned Electrolytic Copper Conductor PVC Insulated and PVC Sheathed, Twisted Pairs with Standard together in Concentric Layers to minimize Cross Talk and wrapped with Melinex/PVC tape, ARMOURED with G.I. Wire/Strip as Taped, PVC Sheathed with a Nylon Rip Cord confirming to 'TEC specification No. G/W1R/-06/02 MAY94.

Available Range:- 1 Pair to 100 Pair (0.41,0.51 & 0.61 mm)

Armoured Telephone Cables

The Telephone Armoured Cables are made from solid plain copper conductor, color coded polyethylene bedding, galvanized steel wire armour and black or grey polyethylene or external grade PVC sheath. Our wires are made under the supervision of qualified professionals and go through stringent quality checks.
These are widely used for external connection of telephone systems and other communications equipments where the added protection of steel wire armoring is needed. It is also installed for primary and secondary underground (direct buried) distribution networks.

Unarmoured Telephone Cables

The Unarmoured Telephone Cables have strong flexible steel jacket underneath the outside covering. These are preferred for buried installation or underground installation where rodents might gnaw the cable. The steel armor then protects the inner jacket and signal wires from damage. These cables are installed where mechanical protection is not required.