|Product Name:||Armoured Electrical Cable||Core Material:||Aluminum|
|Armor:||Steel Tape||Number Of Cores:||1, 2, 3, 3+2, 4, 4+1, 5|
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GB/T 12706-2002 (equivalent to IEC502), flame retardant and fire-resistant cable also conforms to IE332-3, IEC331, and can also be produced according to the technical requirements requested by users.
1, use: This product is suitable for AC 50HZ, rated voltage 0.6/1KV transmission and distribution lines.
2, product standards: GB12706-2-91 rated voltage 35KV and below copper core, aluminum core plastic insulated power cable, PVC insulated cable
3, the use of characteristics: 1) the maximum rated temperature of the cable conductor is 70 ℃. (2) short circuit (the longest duration of not more than 5S), the maximum temperature of the cable conductor does not exceed 160 ℃. (3) The ambient temperature of the cable is not less than 0℃ when it is laid, and the minimum bending radius is not less than 10 times the outer diameter of the cable.
NAYBY polyvinyl chloride insulated steel belt armored PVC sheathed cable is laid underground and can withstand external mechanical force.
1. Conductor: copper or aluminum, Class 1: solid conductor, or Class 2: stranded conductor
2. Insulation: Polyvinyl chloride PVC
3. Inner sheath: PVC
4. Armor: steel tape
5. Sheath: PVC
|Product name||Armoured Electrical Cable|
|Rated Voltage||0.6/1 KV|
|Armoured Material||None/Steel Tape/Steel wire|
|Number of cores||1C,2C,3C,4C,5C,3+1C,3+2C,4+1C|
|Section area||1.5MM2 - 400MM2|
During storage, the cable should be packed in a standardized manner, avoid long-term open-air exposure, and both ends should be sealed reliably. Long-term storage in a humid environment is not allowed, and the cable tray should not be stored flat. The height of the tray should be considered and fixed effectively during transportation. Multiple pallets are not allowed to be lifted at the same time when lifting, and pushing down from high places is strictly prohibited.
Special tools should be used for cable laying, such as cable release frame, guide roller, etc., to prevent mechanical damage during laying and keep away from heat sources. When laying cables through pipes, the inner diameter of the pipes should not be less than 1.5 times the outer diameter of the cables. When multiple cables pass through the pipeline, it is prohibited to squeeze the cables. The total area of the cable should not exceed 40% of the total area of the pipe.
Armoured Electrical Cable
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