11KV 3*185mm2 Aluminum conductor steel tape armoured power cable

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11KV 3*185mm2 Aluminum conductor steel tape armoured power cable:

 

1.xlpe insulated swa armour power cables
2.excellent electrical,mechanical
3.heat-resistant & anti-aging
4.25 years producing experience.

5.copper conductor

6.Voltage: Under 35KV

 

4*35mm2 0.6/1kv steel tape armoured power cable:

 

Type Name

 

Application

 Cu

Conductor

Al

Conductor 

YJV

YJY

 YJLV

YJLV

XLPE Insulated,PVC or PE S heathed Power CableFor laying in door,tunnel,channel and underground.Unable to bear external mechanical force,but bear the traction force during laid.

YJV22

YJV23

 YJLV22

YJLV23

XLPE Insulated,Steel Tape Armoured,PVC or PE Sheathed Power Cable

For laying in tunels in door,tunnel,channel and underground.Able to bear external mechanical force,but unable to bear large pulling force.

YJV32

YJV33

 YJLV32

YJLV33

XLPE Insulated,Fine Steel Wire Armoured,PVC or PE Sheathed Power Cable

For laying in shaft with large difference of level.Able to bear external mechanical force,and moderable pulling force.

YJV42

YJV43

YJLV42

YJLV43

XLPE Insulate,Thick Steel Wire Armoured,PVC or PE Sheathed Power Cable

Able to bear positive pressure and pulling force

 

 

U0/Um(kv) No.of Core

1st class

0.6/1

1.8/3

3.6/6

6/10

8.7/15

12/20

18/30

21/35

2nd class

1/1

3/3

6/6

8.7/10

12/15

18/20

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26/35

1 Core

Section

area(mm2)

1.5-800

25-800

25-800

25-800

35-800

50-800

50-800

50-800

2 Core

Section

Area(mm2)

1.5-185

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3 Core

Section

area(mm2)

1.5-400

25-400

25-400

25-400

35-400

50-400

50-400

50-400

4 Core

Section

Area(mm2)

2.5-400

25-400

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5 Core

Section

area(mm2)

2.5-400

25-400

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