Liban Cables Showcases Commitment to Electrical Fire Safety in Buildings at Project Lebanon and Made in Lebanon Exhibitions

Liban Cables, a Nexans company; the leading provider of advanced cabling systems, solutions, and innovative services, reaffirmed its dedication to electrical fire safety in buildings during its participation in the Project Lebanon and Made in Lebanon 2024 exhibitions held at Seaside Arena Beirut on the 25th and 26th of April 2024 and Forum de Beirut from the 9th to the 13th of May 2024, respectively.

At the Project Lebanon exhibition, Liban Cables engaged in panel discussions alongside speakers from public and private organizations like the Order of Engineers and Architects (OEA), the Lebanese Standards Association (LIBNOR), and the Government Capital Civil Planning Department, contributing with valuable insights on critical issues facing the sectors concerned with the safety of buildings in the region.

Panel: Mitigating Electrical Fire Hazards Post-Earthquake

In the aftermath of recent seismic activity, the second panel focused on mitigating electrical fire hazards in earthquake-prone regions. Liban Cables underscored the importance of proactive measures to prevent electrical fires, including the use of Low Fire Hazard (LFH) cables. LFH cables, which are specially designed to contain fires and minimize smoke and hazardous emissions, offer enhanced fire safety in high-risk areas.

Following their active and insightful participation at the Project Lebanon exhibition, Liban Cables seamlessly carried forward their dedication to buildings’ electrical fire safety into the Made in Lebanon 2024 exhibition, presenting their latest innovations and raising awareness about critical issues such as electrical safety and the risks of counterfeit cables.

As part of Made in Lebanon 2024, Liban Cables not only showcased their latest innovations but also shed light on the dangers of electrical fires caused by counterfeit cables, raising crucial awareness about this issue. Through live demonstrations conducted by the technical team, attendees witnessed firsthand the significant difference between genuine and fake cables. Notably, the fake cables burned, significantly heightening the risk of electrical fires. This demonstration portrayed the urgent need for vigilance against counterfeit cables and the importance of verifying product authenticity.

Engaging with their visitors by providing insights into the market landscape, Liban Cables’ team delivered an informative presentation on Electrical Safety, focusing on protecting ourselves, our families, and buildings from the threat of fires.

Emphasizing the need to address counterfeit cables, particularly concerning their significant risks to electrical safety in buildings, Liban Cables reiterated the significance of verifying product authenticity through the Nexans app. Demonstrating the app’s functionality, Liban Cables educated attendees on how to scan the cables to confirm their genuineness.

As a pioneer in the electrical industry, Liban Cables remains steadfast in its commitment to driving positive change and fostering safety in communities across Lebanon and beyond. By continuously innovating and prioritizing excellence in every aspect of its operations, Liban Cables aims to empower businesses, governments, and individuals to build a brighter, safer future for generations to come.


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