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Radiation resistant space wire

As the operational lifetime of geostationary satellites have increased, so too have the potential risks of radiation to their vital systems. 

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ESA renews its trust in Draka Fileca

For more than 40 years, Draka Fileca, the Aerospace Business Unit of Prysmian Group, is one of the main suppliers of cable for the ESA.

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Space optical fibre

Optical fiber is more and more used in space, due to mass gain and reduced EMI. Prysmian Group offers solutions based on RadHard fiber.

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New Corona Effect proof, High voltage AZ series and DZ

Draka Fileca, the Aerospace Business Unit of Prysmian Group has a wide experience in the development of special products and is supported by the wide experience of the group for nuclear, oil and gas and other specific domains. The support of the group and inter-group exchange strengthen our highly trained R&D team.

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25% weight savings with Star Quad KL

Our engineers win third prize in the DuPont Plunkett Awards for the development of its new innovative Ultra Light Star-Quad data cable KL24

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Flying around the world without fuel

Prysmian Group is a Specialised Partner of the Solar Impulse project, launched some years ago by Bertrand Piccard, psychiatrist and aeronaut, who made the first non-stop round-the-world balloon flight. 

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New low bending radius feeder DH Series

Draka Fileca introduces new type of ultra flexible feeder cables. Its constitution 100% PTFE thick insulation gives it higher flexibility with reinforced characteristics.

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30% weight saving with aluminium wires

With their first application on the world’s largest passenger airliner, the Airbus A380, aluminium conductor-based airframe wires have helped to achieve weight savings of an impressive 30%.