The new brochure produced by the PVC4Cables Platform helps professionals and specifiers with the necessary information to make the right choice in different building contexts, demonstrating the ability of PVC cables to meet the individual specifications of intended-use/fire-risk at competitive costs in full compliance with the CPR (Construction Products Regulation) and related standards.
Download the brochure FIRE SAFETY: CHOOSING PVC CABLES UNDER THE CPR
This page collects all the presentations discussed during the 1st PVC4Cables Conference held in Lyon, France on October 26th 2017.
PVC Cables Market Update - Cristina de Santos | Applied Market Information Consulting (AMI Consulting)
Construction Products Regulation (CPR), Euroclasses and additional criteria, test methods, CE marking as quality control - Roland Dewitt | Consultant, ACCIPIS
Update on Restriction of Hazardous Substances (RoHS) and Best Environmental Manufacturing Practices (BEMP) - Arjen Sevenster | Senior Manager, The European Council of Vinyl Manufacturers (ECVM)
Cables recycling - Francesco Tarantino | VinyLoop
Performance improvement and innovation: the role of nanotechnologies - Enrico Boccaleri | Università del Piemonte Orientale
The project Class Bca: how formulations can influence the PVC cables fire behaviour - Gianluca Sarti | PVC Forum Italia (Compounds for Cables Group)
Overview of PVC stabilisers solutions - Alain Cavallero | European Stabiliser Producers Association (ESPA)
Overview of plasticiser solutions - Matthias Pfeiffer | European Plasticisers
Overview of fire retardants solutions - Philippe Salemis | Phosphorus, Inorganic and Nitrogen Flame Retardants Association (pinfa)
A Comprehensive document on PVC cables: production, fire and smoke behaviour, regulation, recycling.
This page collects all the presentations discussed during the first PVC cables workshop held in Bologna in 2014.
The presentations on regulatory framework, PVC in fire safety, RoHS and cable market were updated in 2017.
Performance improvement and innovation: the role of additives in PVC cables