ADR is a regulation and European Agreement relating to the international carriage of dangerous goods by road and covers the transportation of products such as gasoline and explosive materials.

Cables and other parts which are installed in the vehicles do need to fulfill special test requirements. One of the most important points for cables is the increased resistance to abrasion and the additional testing that is required. There are also a range of environmental tests with a range of different liquids.

RADOX® 155 battery cables and thick-wall RADOX® REMS battery cables meet the ADR requirements.

Thick-wall battery cable RADOX® REMS

HUBER+SUHNER is expanding its product range for battery cables in road vehicles by introducing new thick-wall battery cables. The new cable family does have an insulation wall thickness according to the ISO6722-1 and LV112-1 thick wall standards.
All cross sections are ADR approved and certified by TÜV.

Standard battery cables RADOX® 155

RADOX® 155 battery cables with cross-sections 10 up to 95mm2 are ADR approved and certified by TÜV.

Technical properties

  • Voltage rating: 600 VAC / 900 VDC (according to ISO 6722)
  • Temperature range: –55 °C to +150 °C (3000 h)
  • Min. bending radius: 3 x cable diameter

Characteristics and specialties

  • Excellent high and low temperature resistance
  • Ozone and weather resistant
  • Excellent performance against battery acid, diesel, oils, engine coolant, water, brake fluids
  • Flame retardant
  • Excellent in abrasion resistance.


  • ISO 6722-1
  • LV112-1