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Global cable company Nexans has introduced ENERGEX EXTRA, a medium-voltage cable that utilizes DOW ENDURANCE HFDC-4202 tree-retardant cross-linked polyethylene (TR-XLPE) insulation.

According to Nexans, ENERGEX EXTRA using DOW ENDURANCE HFDC-4202 offers improved resistance to water tree growth, higher retained dielectric strength and longer cable life.

"Nexans' conversion to DOW ENDURANCE HFDC-4202 will further improve the performance of our medium-voltage cables and exceed industry standards for long service life and reliability," says Nexans’ Rick Vascotto.




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