Why FS Cable Life Extension
FS is the leading service provider for cable protection with a proven track record of restoring and preserving defective cables. Saving lives and protecting assets is our goal, as aging or damaged cables are a major factor for industrial fires and unwanted plant shutdowns.
Cables exposed to harsh environments normally do not last their designed or expected service life and this is why our FS solution is the best available option for extending the life of cables and extend your operation without interruption. After the FS rejuvenation process, your cables are ready to continue their operation with a warranty backed application.
On a 24/7 operating industrial plant, vessel or offshore installation, continuity is the key factor and cable disruption regularly causes false alarms and unnecessary downtime, resulting in loss of production. Fire Security has over thirty-five years’ experience in working worldwide with major operators enabling them to maintain a safe electrical environment for their assets.
Global insurance companies recognize cable coating and often recommend it to protect critical cable routings.
We deliver turn-key installations where no interruption of operation is required. We use our own trained personnel with world-wide experience to meet our clients’ needs and expectations.
Our Cable Life Extension program, with the restoration of cable sheath and jacket, has been implemented throughout multiple industries & sectors and has a long track record of extending the operational life of existing cables.
Cable Life Extension and The Environment.
FS systems significantly extend the lives of cables and thus limit the need for resource-intensive cable replacement. While metallic cable components (conductors, armor) are recoverable and recyclable, cables contain large volumes of plastic, PVC, XLPE in sheets and insulation. Those components are commonly incinerated openly or disposed of in landfills. Prolonging cable life mitigates the negative end-of-life environmental impact of cables, as well as the inherent environmental and resource cost of unnecessary production and installation of new cables. Read More