Telecommunication Cables

    Copper Telephone Cables:

  • Jumper wire types with copper conductor 0.5 to 1.8 mm and insulated from one strand to 5 strings....
  • Types of double air cables consisting of two copper conductors of 0.6 mm or 9 mm and a wire of 0.6 mm or 1.2 mm with polyethylene insulation.
  • Types of insulated and sheath-insulated (J-YY) P.V.C mounting cables with conductor diameter of 0.5 or 0.6 mm from one pair to 6 pairs.
  • Types of Electrostatic Shield Mounting Cables with 0.4 or 0.5 or 0.5 or 0.6 mm Conductor Shield and PVC Insulation or Polyethylene and Aluminum Shield Insulation and P.VC Sheath from 2 Couples to 200 Couples MDFs can be manufactured.
  • Types of telecommunication cables for A2Y (ST) 2Y subscriber network with conductor 0.4 or 0.5 or 0.6 mm and polyethylene insulation and electrostatic shield and black polyethylene sheath from 2 pairs to 200 pairs.
  • Types of A2Y (L) 2Y-T and A2Y (ST) 2Y-T air cables with copper conductors 0/4, 6/6. 0.8mm with polyethylene and aluminum shield insulation and 7 1 1.20 wire harness and black polyethylene sheath from 10 pairs to 100 pairs.
  • Ircor Channel Cable (CUC) with 0.4mm conductor diameter aluminum shield insulation and two PE sheaths from 600 pairs to 2400 pairs.
  • JFC Field Channel Cable (CFC) with 0.9,0.6,0.4 mm conductor diameter with aluminum shield insulation and black polyethylene sheath from 10 pairs to 1200 pairs.
  • Types of BFC earth jelly cables with 0.9,0.6,0.4 mm conductor with polyethylene insulation, aluminum shield armorastiglated and two black polyethylene sheaths from 10 pairs to 1200 pairs.
  • Railway cables with polyethylene insulated conductor copper or quad and P.V.C sheath

    Copper cables are manufactured according to the standard of TCI Iran and IEC, ICEA / ANSI and REA International Standards (1,2 - 708) and the raw materials and general tests used are in accordance with the following standards:

  • ASTM (American Society for Testing and Material)
  • BS (British Standard Institute)
  • IP (Institute Of Petroleum)

They can be used at temperatures between -40 ° C and + 70 ° C.