Question by  brazilian (13)

What is the difference in a class one and class two underground cable?

I know that one is to be used in hazardous areas.


Answer by  salsafoodie (3146)

Class one is used for residential areas such as homes and apartments. It is a thinner wire and can damage pretty easily. Class two is heavier and is used near waste dumps etc.


Answer by  hahagal (983)

The only real difference between these two, is class one handled around residential areas and is considered safe, while the class two is good for hazardous areas since it has more thicker cable.


Answer by  fancbiz (952)

class one cables are used in hazardous areas and are made so as to withstand high pressure, heat or extreme cold and are therefore more expensive to make and install. Class two underground cables are used where there are no risks of extreme nature exposed to them. Their quality is much lower than the class one cables.

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