MobileMetal Shielded Flexible Rubber Sheathed Cables for Coal Mining

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MobileMetal Shielded Flexible Rubber Sheathed Cables for Coal Mining


1. Application:

     The Power connection of mobile coal mining equipment,surface and underground. 


2. Designation, Type, Specification,Executive standard

 Designation

 Mobile Metal Shielded Flexible Rubber Sheathed Cables for Coal  Mining

 Type

 MYPT

 Specification 

MYPT 1.9/3.3kV:

3+1 core:Power core 35~150;Earth core 35/3~50/3

MYPT 3.6/6kV、6/10kV:

3+1 core:Power core 16~150;Earth core 35/3~50/3

 Executive standard

  MT 818.7-2009


3. Operational performance

  • Rated voltage:1.9/3.3     kV、3.6/6 kV 、6/10kV。

  • The min.     bending radius should be 6 times of cable outer diameter.

  • The earth     wire should be well grounded.


4.Construction of cable:

          

1-Power core conductor; 2-Power core conductor screen; 3-Power core insulation; 4-Metal screen(also earth line); 5-Insulation screen; 6-Sheath

1-Power core conductor; 2-Power core conductor screen; 3-Power core insulation; 4-Metal screen(also earth line); 5-Insulation screen; 6-Sheath

MYPT 3.6/6kV、6/10kV:

3+1 core:Power core 16~150;Earth core 35/3~50/3





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