An armored cable is one that has a metallic layer applied on the cable immediately below the outer sheath in order to protect the conductors from external aggressions such as: rodents, accidental impacts, tensile stresses, etc

They are cables designed for use in installations in premises at risk of fire and explosion (ATEX), in buried installations, in submarine cables where the armor helps to withstand the pressure to which the cables are subjected, in mining to avoid mechanical impacts, etc... Depending on the mechanical and flexibility requirements, there are different types of armor, such as: Helical strapping in steel or aluminum -Helical wires (SWA) in steel or aluminum -Wire braid in aluminum, stainless steel, copper or bronze -Overlapping corrugated steel tapes -Interlock armor in aluminum or steel -Welded corrugated aluminum armor.

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