Fire resistant cables are often used to maintain circuit integrity of those vital life safety systems such as fire alarms and public address system. They can operate as normal within fire conditions. Fire resistant cables can play a key role in making buildings safer as they power or connect critical safety systems such as CCTV systems, emergency lighting, PA systems, and fire alarms.
Infinitẽ's cables for emergency systems installation are available with all relevant certifications for circuit integrity and fire resistance. Our products are repeatedly approved by the Hong Kong Fire Service Department.
Infinitẽ Cable System is equipped with the necessary fire resistance certification for our copper cable and fiber cable. It is called the FIRECARE FR-LS series. These products are widely applied at the different railway projects such as Express Rail Link and Shatin to Central Link in Hong Kong.
Our FIRECARE LSZH cable series is suitable for applications, such as railway, subway, airport, hospital, cinema, residential / commercial building where the low smoke zero halogen (LSZH) cable can save lives. This cable series is manufactured from fire resistant / fire retardant and LSZH materials. It also complies with related fire performance standards: IEC 60331-25, IEC 60332-1, IEC 60332-3C, IEC 60754-1, IEC 60754-2, IEC 61034-2, ASTM D-2863, etc. ZTT fire resistant optical fiber cable can resist 750°C for 90 minutes and operate normally under this severe condition.
Our product and brand name are approved and well accepted by the railway company and government bodies. We have successfully developed and supplied product which is able to meet the high requirement from the railway company.
Express Rail Link (XRL):
The 26km long Hong Kong Section of the Guangzhou-Shenzhen-Hong Kong Express Rail Link runs from West Kowloon in Hong Kong to the boundary of Hong Kong and Shenzhen. The Express Rail Link will connect with the 16,000km National High-speed Railway Network and will enhance Hong Kong’s role as the southern gateway to the Mainland.
Shatin to Central Link (SCL):
Shatin to Central Link project involves stretching the line from Tai Wai to Hung Hom and Hung Hom to Admiralty sections, linking a number of existing railway lines passing through several districts in Hong Kong. The expansion will link up East West corridor to the existing Ma On Shan line (MOL) with the West Rail line (WRL), while the North South corridor will extend the East Rail line to Hong Kong Island. It will also include construction of ten stations, of which six will be interchange stations. The SCL is expected to reduce the travel time significantly across East Kowloon, New Territories East and Hong Kong Island, upon completion.
Tuen Ma Line (TML)
The full Tuen Ma Line (TML) fully opened with the 2 new stations – Sung Wong Toi and To Kwa Wan, extending from Kai Tak to Hung Hom, to link the east and west of the New Territories and east Kowloon. TML is Hong Kong’s longest railway line of about 56km, serving 27 stations.