Aerial insulated cable with rated voltage of 1 kV and the below

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Product characteristics and application

The product is applicable for AC rated voltage of 1kV and the below, and can be used as copper core, aluminum core or aluminum alloy core weatherproof PVC and PE for aerial power line use and cross-linked XLPE insulated aerial cable.


Executive Standards

According to the GB 1179-83 and GB/T 1179-1999.
At the same time,we can produce by the standard IEC, the standard of England, Germany and USA recommended by the international power committee on different requests.


Application characteristics

(1) The rated voltage is UO/U: 0.6kV/1 kV.
(2) The maximum admissible working temperature: PVC insulation and PE insulation shouldn't exceed 70℃; XLPE insulation shouldn't exceed 90℃.
(3) The laying temperature of cables shouldn't be lower than -20℃.
(4) The admissible bending radius of cables: cables with outside diameter D lower than 25mm shouldn't be less than 4D; cables with outside diameter D of 25mm and the above shouldn't be less than 6D.


Type and names

(1) The type implications with letters
JK一Series for aerial use   LH一Aluminum alloy   HJ一Cross-linked polyethylene insulation
(2) Type combined with structure and product represented




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Copper core PVC insulated aerial cable with rated voltage of 0.6/1 kV



Aerial fixed laying,the service wire. etc.


Aluminum core PVC insulated aerial cable with rated voltage of 0.6/1 kV


Aluminum alloy core PVC insulated aerial cable with rated voltage of 0.6/1 kV


Copper core PVC insulated aerial cable with rated voltage of 0.6/1 kV


Aluminum core PVC insulated aerial cable with rated voltage of 0.6/1 kV


Aluminum alloy core PVC insulated aerial cable with rated voltage of 0.6/1 kV




Copper core cross-linked PVC insulated aerial cable with rated voltage of 0.6/1kV


Aluminum core cross-linked PVC insulated aerial cable with rated voltage of 0.6/1kV


Aluminum alloy core cross-linked PVC insulated aerial cable with rated voltage of 0.6/1 kV

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