Neoprene is a type of synthetic rubber that has good chemical stability and can remain flexible throughout a broad temperature range. Neoprene wire/ cable insulation is also flame retardant and self-extinguishing, making it a safer material to use. As the material has a long service life and is more resistant towards degradation as compared to synthetic or natural rubber, it is often used for challenging applications like insulating power cables. However, neoprene is commonly used in our everyday life as home accessories like laptop sleeves. Other usages of neoprene include being used as a material for fly fishing waders due to its ability to provide insulation from the cold. The material can be used in hydroponic gardening to support plants, as neoprene is flexible and soft, allowing it to hold the plants securely without damaging the stems.More Information
Information about our neoprene cables (specifically the H05RN-F and H07RN-F cable)
The H05RN-F neoprene rubber insulated power cables meets the standards required in Great Britain, Italy, Switzerland and more countries, as evident by the IMQ-HAR mark. The multicore flexible power cable is sheathed with ordinary polychloroprene (neoprene) and insulated with rubber.
Similar to the H05RN-F cables, the H07RN-F cables also meet the standards set by the Italian Quality Mark Institute (IMQ). The H07RN-F flexible multi-core power cables are rubber insulated and heavy polychloroprene sheathed. These cables can be used to control and signal circuits in Singapore.