Silicone Rubber High Temperature Resistant Power Cable

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Silicone Rubber High Temperature Resistant Power Cable



This  product is applicable to high temperature or the requirements of acid  and alkali corrosion resistance of power cable of AC rated voltage  0.6/1kV and below





 Voltage  class

450/750 V、0.6/1 kV



 Specification  range(mm2)

1 core:0.75~300、2 cores:0.75~300、3cores:0.75~300

4 cores:1.0~240、3+1、4+1、3+2 cores:2.5~240、5 cores:1~240

 Carried Standard

Q/XLJ 0317-2013



①    Rated voltage:450/750 V, 0.6/1 kV;

②      Working temperature: conductor allowable working temperature should not  exceed 180℃, in short circuit (max 5s) maximum conductor temperature is  350℃;

③    The  minimum bending radius of no armor or shield structure cable , should  be no less than 15 times of the cable diameter; armor or shield  structure cable, shall be not less than 12 times of the cable diameter.





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