MV XLPE INSULATED ARMORED POWER CABLE

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MV XLPE INSULATED ARMORED POWER CABLE

type:3.8/6.6~19/33kV CU or AL/XLPE/SCR/PVC/SWA/PVC Or 3.8/6.6~19/33kV CU or AL/XLPE/SCR/PVC/AWA/PVC

standard:IEC 60502-2

construction:CU or AL/XLPE/SCR/PVC/SWA/PVC Or CU or AL/XLPE/SCR/PVC/AWA/PVC

rating voltage:3.8/6.6~19/33kV

conductor material:CU or AL

insulation material:XLPE

shield construction:Copper Wire Screen or Copper Tape Screen

armor construction:GS. STEEL WIRE or Aluminum Wire for Single Core Cable

sheath material:PVC

specification or package can be produced as your request.

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Application:
XLPE INSULATED LAID UP SWA AND PVC SHEATHED CABLE TO IEC60502.2.is used indoor or outdoor, in tunnel, cable furrow or pipe, to be laid underground, be applicable to the well, water inside and fall in the bad soil.
Standards:IEC 60502-2
CONDUCTOR:
The conductor consists of annealed copper or aluminum wires(usually solid conductor of class1, stranded conductor of class 2,
including non-compacted and compacted methods as well as flexible conductor of class 5 according to IEC60228).
The conductor appearance is smooth without any stain, oxidation or mechanical damage.
Conductor Screen:
The conductor screen consists of an extruded semi-conducting polyethylene to minimize electrical stresses due to the stranded configuration of the conductor.
The semi-conducting material used for conductor screen has no deleterious effect on the conductor. Semiconducting tape is sometimes applied as a separator.
INSULATION:
The insulation material is extruded cross-linked polyethylene. The conductor screen, the insulation and the insulation screen mentioned to the following
clause are extruded simultaneously in one process to ensure that the screen and insulation are intimately bonded together and free from all possibilities
of voids between layers. The extrusion process is carried out under strictly controlled atmospheric conditions. The thickness of the insulation layer is
the maximum value figured out from the design of the impulse voltage and A.C. voltage. ? The conventional cross-linking process by saturated steam has
frequently caused deterioration of the electrical characteristics of the insulation as treeing phenomena arose when put to use for long time. But the new
process by N2 gas has enabled to protect the electrical characteristics from being deteriorated and to lessen the thickness of the insulation and accordingly
the cable’s outer diameter itself.
Insulation Screen:
The insulation screen is provided over the insulation by extruding the semiconducting compound concentrically and circularly to minimize the possibility of
ionization on the outer surface of the dielectric.
Metallic Armor:
The armor is a single layer of round wires or double tapes. Material for the armor shall consist of galvanized steel or aluminum. The armor for single core
cables for use on AC circuits shall consist of non-magnetic material (eg. aluminum) due to the excessive losses induced by steel armor. When round wire or tape
armor is required, in the case of single and multiple conductor cables, it shall be applied on an inner covering, if there is no screening. Where the metal
screening and the armor applied over the screening are of different metals, the two shall be separated by an extruded separation sheath. When a tape armor is
applied,the thickness of the inner covering shall be reinforced by a bedding tape. If a separating sheath is provided, the additional bedding tape is not
necessary. ? The tape armor shall be applied helically in two layers so that the outer tape is approximately centered over the gap of the inner tape.
The gap between the adjacent turns of each layer of tape shall not exceed 50% of the width of the tape. The standard color of the inner covering and separation
sheath shall be black.
SHEATH:
To protect the metallic sheath from electrical or chemical corrosion, it is covered by PVC (ST2), PE (ST7) or halogen free (ST8) sheath. The outer sheath is
normally black but a color other than black may be provided by agreement between the manufacturer and the purchaser, subject to its suitability for the particular
conditions under which the cable is to be used.
Color:
Black or as client required.
Core Identification:
Multiple conductors shall be identified by color or numbering with a suitable method. The color code may be changed in any contract.
For 3.6/6kV ~ 18/30kV ?Three core : Yellow, Green and Red colored tape applied between insulation screen and metallic screen.

3.8/6.6kV-SINGLE CORE COPPER CONDUCTOR XLPE INSULATED COPPER TAPE SCREENED ALUMINIUM WIRE ARMOURED PVC SHEATHED CABLES

Nominal Area of Conductor Maximum Conductor Resistance at 20 ℃ Thickness of XLPE Insulation Thickness of Copper Tape Thickness of Extruded bedding Dia of Armour Wire Thickness of Outer? Sheath Appro. Overall Diameter Appro. Cable Weight Standard Packing Length Drum Size Appro. Gross Weight
Sqmm Ohm/Km mm mm mm mm mm kg/km Metre±10% KG
35 0.524 2.5 0.075 1.2 1.6 1.8 25.5 1020 500 D-12 620
50 0.387 2.5 0.075 1.2 1.6 1.8 26.6 1180 500 D-12 700
70 0.268 2.5 0.075 1.2 1.6 1.8 28.2 1440 500 D-12 830
95 0.193 2.5 0.075 1.2 1.6 1.9 30.3 1760 500 D-14 1030
120 0.153 2.5 0.075 1.2 1.6 1.9 31.8 2050 500 D-14 1175
150 0.124 2.5 0.075 1.2 1.6 2 33.4 2380 500 D-14 1340
185 0.0991 2.5 0.075 1.2 2 2 35.8 2840 500 D-16 1630
240 0.0754 2.6 0.075 1.2 2 2.1 38.7 3490 500 D-18 1985
300 0.0601 2.8 0.075 1.2 2 2.2 41.3 4180 500 D-18 2330
400 0.047 3 0.075 1.2 2 2.3 44.8 5160 500 D-18 2820
500 0.0366 3.2 0.075 1.3 2.5 2.5 49.8 6490 500 D-19 3565
630 0.0283 3.2 0.075 1.4 2.5 2.6 54 8020 500 D-21 4430

3.8/6.6kV-THREE CORES COPPER CONDUCTOR XLPE INSULATED COPPER TAPE SCREENED GALVANIZED STEEL WIRE ARMOURED PVC SHEATHED CABLES

Nominal Area of Conductor Maximum Conductor Resistance at 20 ℃ Thickness of XLPE Insulation Thickness of Copper Tape Thickness of Extruded bedding Dia of Armour Wire Thickness of Outer? Sheath Appro. Overall Diameter Appro. Cable Weight Standard Packing Length Drum Size Appro. Gross Weight
Sqmm Ohm/Km mm mm mm mm mm kg/km Metre±10% KG
35 0.524 3.4 0.075 1.2 1.6 1.8 27.3 1130 500 D-12 675
50 0.387 3.4 0.075 1.2 1.6 1.8 28.4 1290 500 D-12 755
70 0.268 3.4 0.075 1.2 1.6 1.9 30.2 1560 500 D-14 930
95 0.193 3.4 0.075 1.2 1.6 1.9 32.1 1880 500 D-16 1150
120 0.153 3.4 0.075 1.2 1.6 2 33.8 2190 500 D-16 1330
150 0.124 3.4 0.075 1.2 2 2.1 36.2 2620 500 D-18 1550
185 0.0991 3.4 0.075 1.2 2 2.1 37.8 3000 500 D-18 1740
240 0.0754 3.4 0.075 1.2 2 2.2 40.5 3640 500 D-18 2060
300 0.0601 3.4 0.075 1.2 2 2.2 42.5 4290 500 D-18 2390
400 0.047 3.4 0.075 1.2 2 2.4 45.8 5270 500 D-19 2960
500 0.0366 3.4 0.075 1.3 2.5 2.5 50.2 6550 500 D-19 3600
630 0.0283 3.4 0.075 1.4 2.5 2.6 54.4 8020 500 D-21 4430

6.35/11kV-SINGLE CORE COPPER CONDUCTOR XLPE INSULATED COPPER TAPE SCREENED ALUMINIUM WIRE ARMOURED PVC SHEATHED CABLES

Nominal Area of Conductor Maximum Conductor Resistance at 20 ℃ Thickness of XLPE Insulation Thickness of Copper Tape Thickness of Extruded bedding Dia of Armour Wire Thickness of Outer? Sheath Appro. Overall Diameter Appro. Cable Weight Standard Packing Length Drum Size Appro. Gross Weight
Sqmm Ohm/Km mm mm mm mm mm kg/km Metre±10% KG
35 0.524 3.4 0.075 1.2 1.6 1.8 27.3 1130 500 D-12 675
50 0.387 3.4 0.075 1.2 1.6 1.8 28.4 1290 500 D-12 755
70 0.268 3.4 0.075 1.2 1.6 1.9 30.2 1560 500 D-14 930
95 0.193 3.4 0.075 1.2 1.6 1.9 32.1 1880 500 D-16 1150
120 0.153 3.4 0.075 1.2 1.6 2 33.8 2190 500 D-16 1330
150 0.124 3.4 0.075 1.2 2 2.1 36.2 2620 500 D-18 1550
185 0.0991 3.4 0.075 1.2 2 2.1 37.8 3000 500 D-18 1740
240 0.0754 3.4 0.075 1.2 2 2.2 40.5 3640 500 D-18 2060
300 0.0601 3.4 0.075 1.2 2 2.2 42.5 4290 500 D-18 2390
400 0.047 3.4 0.075 1.2 2 2.4 45.8 5270 500 D-19 2960
500 0.0366 3.4 0.075 1.3 2.5 2.5 50.2 6550 500 D-19 3600
630 0.0283 3.4 0.075 1.4 2.5 2.6 54.4 8020 500 D-21 4430

6.35/11kV-THREE CORES COPPER CONDUCTOR XLPE INSULATED COPPER TAPE SCREENED GALVANIZED STEEL WIRE ARMOURED PVC SHEATHED CABLES

Nominal Area of Conductor Maximum Conductor Resistance at 20 ℃ Thickness of XLPE Insulation Thickness of Copper Tape Thickness of Extruded bedding Dia of Armour Wire Thickness of Outer? Sheath Appro. Overall Diameter Appro. Cable Weight Standard Packing Length Drum Size Appro. Gross Weight
Sqmm Ohm/Km mm mm mm mm mm kg/km Metre±10% KG
35 0.524 3.4 0.075 1.3 2.5 2.5 52 4700 500 D-19 2670
50 0.387 3.4 0.075 1.4 2.5 2.6 54.8 5300 500 D-21 3070
70 0.268 3.4 0.075 1.4 2.5 2.7 58.5 6240 500 D-22 3590
95 0.193 3.4 0.075 1.5 2.5 2.9 63.2 7460 500 D-23 4230
120 0.153 3.4 0.075 1.6 2.5 3 66.8 8530 500 D-23 4770
150 0.124 3.4 0.075 1.6 2.5 3.1 70 9650 500 D-23 5330
185 0.0991 3.4 0.075 1.7 2.5 3.2 73.9 11040 250 D-21 3180
240 0.0754 3.4 0.075 1.8 3.15 3.4 81.2 14060 250 D-23 4020
300 0.0601 3.4 0.075 1.9 3.15 3.6 86.1 16340 250 D-23 4590
400 0.047 3.4 0.075 2 3.15 3.8 93 19610 250 D-23 5400

12.7/22kV-SINGLE CORE COPPER CONDUCTOR XLPE INSULATED COPPER TAPE SCREENED ALUMINIUM WIRE ARMOURED PVC SHEATHED CABLES

Nominal Area of Conductor Maximum Conductor Resistance at 20 ℃ Thickness of XLPE Insulation Thickness of Copper Tape Thickness of Extruded bedding Dia of Armour Wire Thickness of Outer? Sheath Appro. Overall Appro. Cable Weight Standard Packing Length Drum Size Appro. Gross Weight
Sqmm Ohm/Km mm mm mm mm mm mm kg/km Metre±10% KG
35 0.524 5.5 0.12 1.2 1.6 2 32.2 1360 2000 D-22 2970
50 0.387 5.5 0.12 1.2 1.6 2 33.3 1524 2000 D-22 3298
70 0.268 5.5 0.12 1.2 2 2.1 36 1896 2000 D-22 4042
95 0.193 5.5 0.12 1.2 2 2.2 38 2241 1500 D-22 3612
120 0.153 5.5 0.12 1.2 2 2.2 39.4 2534 1200 D-22 3291
150 0.124 5.5 0.12 1.2 2 2.3 41 2867 1000 D-22 3117
185 0.0991 5.5 0.12 1.2 2 2.3 42.6 3288 1000 D-22 3538
240 0.0754 5.5 0.12 1.3 2 2.4 45.2 3923 1000 D-22 4173
300 0.0601 5.5 0.12 1.3 2.5 2.5 48.58 4756 500 D-22 2628
400 0.047 5.5 0.12 1.4 2.5 2.6 52 5739 500 D-22 3120
500 0.0366 5.5 0.12 1.4 2.5 2.8 55.64 6928 500 D-22 3714
630 0.0283 5.5 0.12 1.5 2.5 2.9 59.84 8487 400 D-22 3645

12.7/22kV-THREE CORES COPPER CONDUCTOR XLPE INSULATED COPPER TAPE SCREENED GALVANIZED STEEL WIRE ARMOURED PVC SHEATHED CABLES

Nominal Area of Conductor Maximum Conductor Resistance at 20 ℃ Thickness of XLPE Insulation Thickness of Copper Tape Thickness of Extruded bedding Dia of Armour Wire Thickness of Outer? Sheath Appro. Overall Diameter Appro. Cable Weight Standard Packing Length Drum Size Appro. Gross Weight
Sqmm Ohm/Km mm mm mm mm mm kg/km Metre±10% KG
35 0.524 5.5 0.075 1.5 2.5 2.7 57.4 4710 500 D-20 2680
50 0.387 5.5 0.075 1.6 2.5 2.8 60.2 5130 500 D-22 3040
70 0.268 5.5 0.075 1.6 2.5 2.9 64.2 5740 500 D-22 3370
95 0.193 5.5 0.075 1.7 2.5 3.2 73.2 8870 500 D-22 4940
120 0.153 5.5 0.075 1.7 3.15 3.3 78 10730 250 D-22 3100
150 0.124 5.5 0.075 1.8 3.15 3.4 81.4 12000 250 D-22 3500
185 0.0991 5.5 0.075 1.9 3.15 3.6 85.5 13460 200 D-22 3160
240 0.0754 5.5 0.075 2 3.15 3.7 91.3 15780 200 D-22 3660
300 0.0601 5.5 0.075 2 3.15 3.9 96 18110 200 D-22 4220
400 0.047 5.5 0.075 2.2 3.15 4.1 103 21500 200 D-22 4900

19/33kV-SINGLE CORE COPPER CONDUCTOR XLPE INSULATED COPPER TAPE SCREENED ALUMINIUM WIRE ARMOURED PVC SHEATHED CABLES

Nominal Area of Conductor Maximum Conductor Resistance at 20 ℃ Thickness of XLPE Insulation Thickness of Copper Tape Thickness of Extruded bedding Dia of Armour Wire Thickness of Outer? Sheath Appro. Overall Diameter Appro. Cable Weight Standard Packing Length Drum Size Appro. Gross Weight
Sqmm Ohm/Km mm mm mm mm mm kg/km Metre±10% KG
50 0.387 8 0.075 1.2 2 2.2 39.4 2050 500 D-18 1270
70 0.268 8 0.075 1.2 2 2.2 41 2330 500 D-18 1410
95 0.193 8 0.075 1.2 2 2.3 43.1 2710 500 D-18 1600
120 0.153 8 0.075 1.2 2 2.3 44.6 3020 500 D-18 1750
150 0.124 8 0.075 1.3 2.5 2.4 47.4 3570 500 D-19 2110
185 0.0991 8 0.075 1.3 2.5 2.5 49.2 3990 500 D-19 2320
240 0.0754 8 0.075 1.3 2.5 2.5 51.7 4670 500 D-19 2660
300 0.0601 8 0.075 1.4 2.5 2.6 54.1 5410 500 D-21 3130
400 0.047 8 0.075 1.4 2.5 2.7 57.2 6430 500 D-22 3690
500 0.0366 8 0.075 1.5 2.5 2.8 60.6 7620 500 D-22 4280
630 0.0283 8 0.075 1.6 2.5 2.9 64.8 8935 500 D-21-M 4890

19/33kV-THREE CORES COPPER CONDUCTOR XLPE INSULATED COPPER TAPE SCREENED GALVANIZED STEEL WIRE ARMOURED PVC SHEATHED CABLES?

Nominal Area of Conductor Maximum Conductor Resistance at 20 ℃ Thickness of XLPE Insulation Thickness of Copper Tape Thickness of Extruded bedding Dia of Armour Wire Thickness of Outer? Sheath Appro. Overall Diameter Appro. Cable Weight Standard Packing Length Drum Size Appro. Gross Weight
Sqmm Ohm/Km mm mm mm mm mm kg/km Metre±10% KG
50 0.387 8 0.075 1.8 3.15 3.4 78.8 9230 500 D-23 5120
70 0.268 8 0.075 1.8 3.15 3.5 82.5 10310 500 D-24 5760
95 0.193 8 0.075 1.9 3.15 3.6 87 11640 500 D-25-S 6570
120 0.153 8 0.075 2 3.15 3.7 90.6 12850 250 D-23 3710
150 0.124 8 0.075 2 3.15 3.8 93.8 14150 250 D-23 4040
185 0.0991 8 0.075 2.1 3.15 4 97.9 15700 250 D-23 4430
240 0.0754 8 0.075 2.2 3.15 4.1 104 18120 250 D-25 5280
300 0.0601 8 0.075 2.3 3.15 4.3 109 20570 200 D-25 4860

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