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Visico™/Ambicat™ – cost-effective crosslinked polyethylene

The demand for LV cabling is high, but manufacturers are facing stricter requirements and severe competition, meaning cost-efficiency and high-value solutions are crucial in order to remain in business. With such high stakes, no other moisture-cured XLPE solution gives higher productivity and output than our Visico™/Ambicat™.

Because our Visico™ based material is reactor-made, the quality is high and extremely consistent. Scorch performance is unrivalled, allowing production runs of up to one month without the need to clean the extruder. Ambicat™, the catalyst used in combination with Visico™, uses an environment-friendly organic acid as its active substance as opposed to harmful tin-organic additives. Moreover, it offers significantly faster cross-linking which facilitates the curing of the insulation at room temperature or in ambient conditions without the use of a water baths or saunas.

Our high-productivity solutions are based on our proprietary Visico™/Ambicat™ambient moisture cure, silane crosslinked polyethylene (XLPE) technology. Tangible benefits to our customers include:

  • Increased production efficiency of high-quality, moisture cure LV cables thanks to reduced production complexity and less scrap produced
  • Higher production output of cable using existing equipment
  • Faster production cycles requiring less manpower
  • Production campaigns of up to several weeks due to unique scorch retardant solution
  • Crosslinking under ambient conditions without the need for elevated temperatures (elimination of water bath or sauna saves energy)
  • Low environmental impact: catalyst system has no tin and contains neither flammable liquids nor harmful additives
  • Visico™/Ambicat™ solutions are available globally and come with comprehensive technical support.

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