• Low weight and small diameter due to a stranded layered conception. In the case of power cables, the earth conductor is split into three conductors.
• Resistant to alternating bending loads due to finely stranded conductors
• Sheathing compounds with very high resistance to outdoor atmospheric conditions
• Notch-resistant sheathing compounds with high resistance to tearing, highly resistant to stress caused by continuous bending at the bottom of the loop
• Robust outer sheath designed to absorb impact forces
• High axial rigidity and resilience due to pressure filled extrusion in interstices
• Highly resilient cables allow the smallest possible bending radius and therefore, short system lengths