Fibre glass cable

Glass fibre is a material made up of several fine fibres of glass. The product is one of the most versatile industrial materials known today. It has comparable good mechanical properties to other fibres such as carbon fibre and polymers. Glass fibre is used as a reinforcing agent for many polymer products in order to form a very durable and lightweight material, known as fibreglass. We offer Fibre Glass Cable that is used in Furnaces & Industrial Ovens. These fibre glass cables are made with
Tinned Copper as per IS: 8130-1976, Class-5. Due to extensive heat generated by these products, other types of PVC cables
do not sustain for long time.

Manufacturing Range: Our Range starts from Single core 0.5 Sqmm to 25 Sqmm and Multi Core 2,3,4 core 0.5 Sqmm to 10 Sqmm.

Standards: Fiber Glass Cables are Mfg. as per IS: 8130-1976, Class-5 grade of conductor.

Salient Features:

  • High Tensile Strength.

    Glass has greater tensile strength than steel wire of the same diameter, at a lower weight.

  • Dimensional Stability.

    Glass fibre is not sensitive to variations in temperature and hygrometry. It has a low coefficient of linear expansion.

  • High Heat Resistance.

    Glass fabrics retain 50% tensile strength at 370°C, 25% at 480°C, a softening point of 845°C and a melting point of 1135°C.

  • Good Thermal Conductivity.

    Glass fibres are great thermal insulators because of their high ratio of surface area to weight. This property makes it highly useful in the building industry.

  • Great Fire Resistance.

    Since glass fiber is a mineral material, it is naturally incombustible. It does not propagate or support a flame. It does not emit smoke or toxic products when exposed to heat.

  • Good Chemical Resistance.

    Glass fibre is highly resistant to the attack by most chemicals.

  • Outstanding Electrical Properties.

    Glass fibre has a high dielectric strength and low dielectric constant. It is a great electrical insulator even at low thickness.

  • Dielectric Permeability.

    This property of glass fibre makes it suitable for electromagnetic windows.

  • Great Durability.

    Glass fibre is not prone to sunlight, fungi or bacteria.

  • Non-Rotting.

    Glass fibre does not rot and remains unaffected by the action of rodents and insects.

  • Highly Economical.

    It is a cost-efficient choice compared to other similar materials.


  • Steel Industries.
  • Ships.
  • Nuclear & Thermal Power Stations.
  • Heat Exchanger, Ovens & Furnace.