Global automotive manufacturers continually strive to improve vehicle performance while at the same time look to fulfil increasingly complex environmental and safety-related requirements, all of which vary according to their global location. Automotive wiring must be cost-efficient, deliver high temperature and wear resistance, and offer great flexibility, whilst meeting all the relevant technical specifications.
At Borealis we offer a broad range of peroxide and irradiation XLPE flame retardant compounds which have been specifically developed to provide ideal primary wiring solutions in automobiles. We’re always looking to improve and expand our offerings in the interest of our customers, and are introducing the new ISO 6722, a halogen-free, thermoplastic solution based on polypropylene which enables simple extrusion without the need for crosslinking.
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