ACSR Cable (Aluminum Conductor Steel Reinforced ) / Acsr Conductor

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100 m
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50000 m/month

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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

ACSR Cable (Aluminum Conductor Steel Reinforced ) / Acsr Conductor

ACSR Cable (Aluminum Conductor Steel Reinforced ) / Acsr Conductor

ACSR Cable (Aluminum Conductor Steel Reinforced ) / Acsr Conductor

ACSR Cable (Aluminum Conductor Steel Reinforced ) / Acsr Conductor

ACSR Cable (Aluminum Conductor Steel Reinforced ) / Acsr Conductor

ACSR Cable (Aluminum Conductor Steel Reinforced ) / Acsr Conductor

ACSR Cable (Aluminum Conductor Steel Reinforced ) / Acsr Conductor

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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