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Protect Electrical Lines and Other Cables from Fire, Water, and More

Nov. 1, 2021
Learn why phenolic RTRC systems are easier to install and provide more protection than RNC and RMC alternatives

Subway tunnels, mines, and elevator shafts are challenging environments — not only for power lines and other cables, but also for the professionals installing them. Many rigid metallic and nonmetallic conduit (RMC/RNC) products offer protection but with drawbacks such as unwieldy weight during installation and poor flame resistance.

Phenolic Reinforced Thermosetting Resin Conduit (RTRC) systems balance ease of installation with a host of unique protection attributes. Read this FAQ to learn:

  • How phenolic RTRC performs in terms of flame/heat resistance, smoke development, and resistance to grooving and piercing
  • The types of applications where phenolic RTRC is the best option
  • Best practices for installing phenolic RTRC
  • What project managers and other users say about their experiences with phenolic RTRC

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