Nuclear Power Plant used Class 1E,Category K3 Compensatory Cable

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Nuclear Power Plant used Class 1E,Category K3 Compensatory Cable

 

Main Structure of Nuclear Power Plant Compensatotry Cable:

 It is normally used in the class KC、KX  thermocouple compensatory system outside the shield of the nuclear  power plant which controls emergency stop of the reactor, isolating the  security shield, emergency cooling of the reactor core, removing the  afterheat of the reactor and the workshop, preventing from letting the  radioactive substance into the environment when the earthquake does not  exceed the load for that.

 

Characteristics for Compensatory Cable

1、Good insulation capacity in various of temperature.

2、Longevity, which is designed to be used for over 40 years.

3、Good performance in heatproof aging and atmosphere aging resistance

.4、Good performance of component compatibility

 

Specification of Compensatory Cable:

 

Types

Designation

Standards

KCBGYJYP3  K3

Class 1E   category K3 KCBG XLPE insulated AL/plastic composite tape  shielded LSF flame-retardant sheathed   compensatory cable for nuclear power plant

Q/321023KLA60.5

KCBGYJYP   K3

Class   1E,category K3,KCGB XLPE insulated copper wire braid shielded LSF   flame-retardant sheathed compensatory cable for nuclear power plant

KCBGYJYP2   K3

Class   1E,category K3,KCGB XLPE insulated copper tape shielded LSF flame-retardant   sheathed compensatory cable for nuclear power plant

KXGYJYP3  K3

Class   1E,category K3,KXG XLPE insulated AL/plastic composite tape  shielded LSF flame-retardant sheathed   compensatory cable for nuclear power plant

KXGYJYP   K3

Class   1E,category K3,KXG XLPE insulated copper wire braid shielded LSF   flame-retardant sheathed compensatory cable for nuclear power plant

KXBGYJYP2   K3

 

Class   1E,category K3,KXG XLPE insulated copper tape shielded LSF flame-retardant   sheathed compensatory cable for nuclear power plant

KCBGYJYP3/23  K3

Class   1E,category K3,KCBG XLPE insulated AL/plastic composite tape  shielded steel tape armored LSF   flame-retardant sheathed compensatory cable for nuclear power plant

 

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