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Lapp UK Client Case Study – Diamond Light Source

halogen free cableDiamond Light Source is the UK’s national synchrotron facility, which is located in the Harwell Science and Innovation Campus in Oxfordshire.

By accelerating electrons to near light-speed, Diamond Light Source can generate beams of light from infra-red to X-rays, used for both academic and industry research.

The loss of energy in the form of light is channeled into Beamlines, which are specifically set up for various techniques or research purpose in areas including Chemistry Material Science, Engineering and Life Science among other industries. Beamlines at the Diamond synchtron have been and continue to be constructed using Lapp’s Halogen Free cable range of Control and Data cables.

Facilities that are complex must use the highest quality cabling, with the highest possible safety and security features factored in. All halogen-free cables manufactured by the Lapp Group are in accordance with the IEC standards and the toxicity of smoke produced by the cable when in contact with flames is minimal, thanks to the developments of new methods and technologies that allow these types of properties.

All the halogen free cable that are manufactured and supplied by Lapp UK are in accordance with the IEC standards. This ensures that should there be a fire in an enclosed space, there will be a much higher chance of survival and no fatalities; along with less damages to equipment as there would be should a different type of cable be used.

Smoke damage is more damaging that the actual fire itself – and is applied to both the electronic equipment and human life. At Diamond Light Source, cables such as the Unitronic LiHCH(TP), H05Z-K 90°C and Olflex 135CH are being used to ensure the highest quality in build whilst maintaining the highest levels of safety.

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