Gepco International HydroBloc


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Gepco International HydroBloc

Water-resistant cables
UL rated and in compliance with the TIA-455-82-B Water Penetration Test, HydroBloc cables are ideal for indoor/outdoor applications and for use in wet locations inside conduit. They feature an advanced water-blocked construction, a sunlight- and moisture-resistant jacket and a ripcord for ease of stripping for audio/control versions.The advanced water-block construction of HydroBloc cables starts with a two-ply water-blocking tape for superior protection. In contrast to one-ply tape in which water-blocking polymer is attached to one side of a fiber filament tape, the two-ply tape has the water-blocking polymer sandwiched between two fiber filament tapes, which allows for increased volume of the polymer. In addition, HydroBloc cables utilize water-swellable fillers for added protection.
800-966-0069
gepco@gepco.com
www.gepco.com


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