0.6/1kV PVC Insulation Flame Retardant Power Cable

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1. Application

This product is apply to AC rated voltage 0.6/1kV circuit, for the use of power transmission and distribution. Flame retardant cable is suitable for the situation which requires flame retardant.


2、Type and Specification

Voltage Class

0.6/1 kV

Type

Z-VV、Z-VLV、Z-VV32、Z-VLV32、Z-VV62、Z-VV72、Z-VV42、Z-VLV62、Z-VLV72、Z-VLV42

Size Range(mm2)

1、2、3、4、5、3+1、3+2、4+1 cores:1.5~400

Executive Standard

GB/T 12706.1-2008


3. Operational Performance

     a. Cable conductor allowed long-term working temperature not exceeding 70 ℃.

        When short circuit happened (the duration no longer than 5 seconds), the maximum temperature of cable conductor is not exceeding 160℃.

     b. When laying cable, the ambient temperature should not be lower than 0℃, if not the cable need to be preheated. The bending radius of multicore unarmored cable should not be less than 12 times of outer diameter of cable, 15 times for armored cable.

     c. Cable DC resistance should comply with GB/T3956-1997.

     d. Power frequency voltage with standing test: 2.5 U0 +2kV/5 min no breakdown.

     e. Flame retardant cable should withstand group burning test specified in GB/T18380.3-2001.


4、Cable structure diagram


1-Conductor  2-Insulation 3-Taped covering  4-Filling

5-Inner sheath  6-Armour 7-Outer sheath


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