Somewhere here lies a well hidden secret.In the middle of the woods - In the middle of the world.
We make it easier to recycle end-of-life cables. All thanks to our unique Lifemark™ label that facilitates sorting. A long-term sustainable solution. Enjoy your day at work.
Now our alarm- and safety cables get a new package that protects the cable and can withstand tough handling. In addition, it has clear labeling, is stackable and resealable. Enjoy your day at work.
Our easily peeled cables, EQLQ Easy® and EXQ EasyTM, have
become both whiter and more shiny. The whiteness to better match the furnishing, fittings and other installation material. The shininess to make it easier to keep clean. Enjoy your day at work.
We have thought of one more step. Enjoy your day at work.
Seven colors on facade cabinets because facades have different colors.
Replace the distibution cable in old apartments. Not the tubes. Enjoy your day at work!
Power and communication in the same cable. Enjoy your day at work!
See how to easily and quickly install EQQYB Easy™. A fire alarm cable with many advantages. Enjoy your day at work!
Our packaging for EXQ Easy™ and EQLQ Easy® has many advantages that will make your daily work a lot easier. See how in our videos!
Some time ago, we launched Nexans Tracker, an online tool in which you find our products' DoPs. Now, we have developed a CPR Converter, where you with the touch of a button will find the right CPR product.
Our cables are designed to withstand tough Nordic conditions. GRHL Ultimate ™ has additionally different colored tubes. It makes installation faster and safer.
Se hur enkelt och smidigt du utan verktyg hanterar magasinet och anslutningskablagen.
Ultimate is the new name of our micro cables. A name that clearly signal the cables' superior performance. See our experiment.
Our square packaging for EXQ Easy™ and EQLQ Easy™ has many advantages that will make your daily work a lot easier. See how in our videos!
Cable Walker - makes your job easier, faster and safer.
Completely water blocked and circular in shape for a long service life and easy ploughing.
We have compared what happens with PVC cables and halogen-free cables during a fire.
Mikael Rohmeús has since almost 30 years worked as a fire fighter. In this video he tells us what happens when differtent materials catches fire. Video in Swedish only.
Karl-Gunnar Alvekrans is a fire engineer from LTH and a risk engineer at Länsförsäkringar regional insurance company in Älvsborg. In the interview, Karl-Gunnar explains what happens when halogen-free cables catch fire, compared to PVC cables. And he outlines what this means from a financial point of view.