PVC insulated and sheathed power cable 0.6/1kV (steel wire armoured)

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PVC insulated and sheathed sta cables 0.6/1KV

These cables apply to electrical power transmission and distribution lines with AC rated voltage UO/U up to and including 0.6/1KV. For outdoor and indoor installation in damp and wet locations, laid directly in the ground where excessive mechanical stresses are present in sloping and moving terrains and in vertical or inclined laying, as well as in locations susceptible to sliding. Armoured power cable has the advantage of high mechanical strength, good ambient stress resistance, good electrical properties and anti-chemical corrosion.

1. Voltage rating: 0.6/1kV

2. Standard applied: IEC60502, BS7870, GB/T12706

3. Max. working temp.: 70°C, can be 90°C and 110°C as per requirement

4. Conductor: Class 1/2 annealed bare copper solid or strands

5. Insulation and sheath: PVC

6. Armour: SWA (for single core the armour should be ATA &AWA)

7. Cores:  1C, 2C, 3C,4C,5C, 3C+1E,4C+1E,3C+2E

8. Cross section area: 1.5 ~ 630 sqmm

9. Armour type: Steel wire armour

10. Color: Black or as per requirement

11. Remark: Flame retardance, fire resistance and environment friendly or other property

12. Packing: Wooden drum or as per requirement

13. Certification: ISO9001/ISO14001/OHSMS18001/CE/CB/CCC/SAA

14. OEM: Available

15. BDK cables has  very good sales over the world, enjoying a very good reputation based on top quality and most competitive price and best service.

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Main manufacturing procedure

  • Copper wire drawing and annealing

  • Copper wire stranding

  • PVC insulation extruding

  • Cores twisting

  • Armour wire wrapping

  • Outer sheath extruding and labelling

  • Spooling

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