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EVAC and fire safety updates

EVAC and fire safety updates

EVAC and fire safety updates

Tasker has obtained CPR approval for all its EVAC and fire-detection cables

From June 2020, CPR homologation will become mandatory for all fire-resistant and voice evacuation (EVAC) cables. Tasker reports that it has carried out all the necessary tests with certified third-party bodies to obtain CPR approval for all its EVAC and fire-detection cables for the medium-risk class Cca – s1a – d0 – a1, without compromising the flexibility of the products. This means that the cables are resistant to direct flame up to two hours at a temperature of 850°C and, when they burn, they will only release a small amount of clear smoke without dripping.

The homologation involves the manufacturer’s unshielded cables with a purple sheath for EVAC and PA systems (the TSK201, TSK202 and TSK203) and its shielded cables with a red sheath for fire-detection alarm systems (the TSK301, TSK302 and TSK303).

Tasker also reports that these products are equally suited for audio, video and data cable applications, even if the installation is not directly linked to fire security.



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