Structured Cable Products, Inc. releases Low Smoke Zero Halogen (LSZH) audio & network cables.

Structured Cable Products (SCP) has created Low Smoke Zero Halogen (LSZH) audio, CAT5E & CAT6 cables covered with a highly flame-retardant LSZH cable jacket that meets and surpasses plenum's benefits to build safer living and working environments.

MIAMI, FL - January 08, 2008 - Structured Cable Products (SCP), an industry leader in low voltage wiring, has created Low Smoke Zero Halogen (LSZH) audio, CAT5E & CAT6 cables covered with a highly flame -retardant LSZH cable jacket that contain no halogens and, when burned, produce very small amounts of smoke.


SCP's LSZH cable is ideal for applications where a high degree of safety and equipment protection from toxic and corrosive gases is required. The use of LSZH cables also reduce emission levels of carbon monoxide (CO) gas by as much as 360% and produce less smoke (a combination of gas, soot and chemical residue) during combustion.

Cables with LSZH jackets reduce the amount of extremely toxic and corrosive gases that cabling with plastic (PVC) jackets would normally emit during combustion. For example, when burning PVC, the hydrogen chlorine gas produced is very similar to "mustard" gas. These halogenated gases are dangerous because they immediately form acids when they come in contact with water - even in small amounts. The chlorine from PVC makes hydrochloric acid. The water source that the gasses use to form these acids can be found almost anywhere - moisture in the eyes, throat and lungs of individuals with whom it comes in contact, as well as fire sprinkler systems and humidity in the air.

Both LSZH and Plenum cables have low flammability, but LSZH jackets are safer than Plenum -rated cable jackets which still release toxic and caustic fumes when they are burned. These benefits make LSZH jackets the ideal cabling solution for close quarter applications such as ships, submarines, aircraft, high -end server rooms and network centers.

SCP will introduce the new LSZH cables and their ample line of cables & accessories at the Integrated Systems Europe 2008 in Amsterdam RAI, NL (Booth O178).

For further information, please contact Mr. David Spiller or visit http://www.scpcat5e.com

SCP is a manufacturer of high quality structured wiring products, security, HDMI, fire alarm, direct burial, CCTV, specialized control, audio, HDTV, coaxial and LAN cables. SCP also manufactures accessory products to complement its low voltage wire line: structured wiring panels; structured wiring modules; CAT5E & CAT6 patch panels; HDMI splitters and HDMI distribution hub; F, BNC & RCA compression connectors; Keystone and Decorator style wall plates; security products; cable organizers and installation accessories.

With over 15 years of manufacturing and distribution experience of quality cable and accessories, SCP can provide all of your cable and accessory solutions. SCP's commitment to quality, price, selection, and service is unmatched in the industry. The 25,000 sq. foot facility located in Fort Lauderdale, Florida and 14,000 sq. foot facility in Phoenix, Arizona, house a constant stock of SCP's large selection of cabling products. The Company operates three warehouses in Florida, Arizona and The Netherlands.

Quality Installations Deserve Quality Products.

Contact:
David Spiller
Structured Cable Products - Booth O178
1 -954 -327 -5770
dspiller@scpcat5e.com
6228 Hiatus Road
Tamarac, FL 33321
http://www.scpcat5e.com
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