0.6kv to 1kv Xlpe Insulated Submarine Power Cable

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Place of Origin:

Zhejiang, China (Mainland)

Brand Name:

cnbm

Model Number:

VV YJV VV22 YJV22 VV32 YJV32 VV62 YJV62 VV72 YJV72 YJLW02 YJLW03 KVV

Insulation Material:

PVC or XLPE

Type:

Low,Medium and High Voltage

Application:

s electric power distribution networks or industrial installations

Conductor Material:

Copper or Aluminium

Jacket:

PVC or PE

Filler:

Non-hygroscopic Polypropylene(PP)

Binder Tape:

Non-woven fabric

Metallic Armour 1:

Galvanized Stainless Steel Tape Armour(STA)

Metallic Armour 2:

Galvanized Stainless Steel Wire Armour(SWA)

Metallic Armour 3:

Non-magnetic Steel Tape Armour(only for single core)

Metallic Armour 4:

Aluminium Wire



Packaging & Delivery

Packaging Details:wooden drum; iron-wooden drum or steel drum
Delivery Detail:Depending on the quantity

Specifications

2015 new product electric power cable 
1 Conductor:Copper or Aluminium 
2 Insulation:PVC or XLPE 
3 Voltage:Low/Medium/High Vol

2015 new product electric power  cable  

Technical Parameters of our Power Cable 

1). Standard: IEC60502; GB/T12706;IEC 60840;IEC62067;GB/T 11017;GB/Z 18890

2). Detailed description or construction:

    * Conductor: compacted or uncompacted copper or aluminium

    * Insulation: Cross-linked polyethylene (XLPE) or Polyvinyl chloride (PVC)

    * Filler: Polypropylene filament with lapped binding tape

    * Binder: Binding tape

    * Inner sheath: Polyvinyl chloride (PVC)

    * Armour: Galvanized steel wire armored (SWA) or steel tape armored (STA)

    *Sheath: Polyvinyl chloride (PVC)

3). The rated voltages U0/U(Um) of the cables considered in this standard are as follows:

    U0/U(Um) =0.6/1(1.2)-3.6/6(7.2)-6/10(12)-6.35/11(12)-8.7/15(17.5)-12/20(24)-12.7/22(24)-18/30(36)-19/33(36)-26/35(40.5)KV

4). Voltage:

     0.6/1kV, 1.8/3kV, 3.6/6kV, 6/10kV,6.35/11kV, 8.7/15kV, 12/20kV,12.7/22kV, 18/30kV,19/33kV,26/35kV

    In the voltage designation of cables U0/U(Um):

        * U0 is the rated power frequency voltage between conductor and earth or metallic screen for which the cable is designed;

        * U is the rated power frequency voltage between conductors for which the cable is designed;

        * Um is the maximum value of the "highest system voltage" for which the equipment maybe used.

5). Application:

     For laying indoors, in tunnel or cable trench with large difference of level able to bear external mechanical forces.

6). Marking: According to the customers' requirements

0.6kv to 1kv Xlpe Insulated Submarine Power Cable

0.6kv to 1kv Xlpe Insulated Submarine Power Cable

0.6kv to 1kv Xlpe Insulated Submarine Power Cable

0.6kv to 1kv Xlpe Insulated Submarine Power Cable

0.6kv to 1kv Xlpe Insulated Submarine Power Cable

0.6kv to 1kv Xlpe Insulated Submarine Power Cable

0.6kv to 1kv Xlpe Insulated Submarine Power Cable

FAQ

·         Can we make an OEM order?

o    We can offer or supply goods as customers' requirements.

·         How can I get some samples? Free or not?

o    We can send some normal samples, absolutely free.

·         How does your factory do regarding quality control?

o    "Quality is priority." We always attach great importance to quality controlling from the very beginning to the very end. Our factory has gained ISO9001 , SGS authentication, CE for Europe, etc.


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