XLPE Power Cable :
XLPE is the well-known abbreviation for cross-linked polyethylene. This and some other cross-linked synthetic materials, of which EPR (ethylene propylene rubber) is a famed instance, are being progressively utilized as cable insulators for a wide ambit of voltages. We are offering XLPE Power Cables, which can be utilized as the insulating material suited for LT (upto 1100 volts) usages. These are the thermosetting forms of polymer amended with cross linking agent and are produced over the conductor employing modern extrudes. Examined under all controlled conditions, the XLPE Power Cables surmount the disadvantages of PVC and thus are largely used as the insulating materials, which have desirable properties.
- High Current Rating: Defy continuous conductor temperature of 900degree C, whereas PVC resists only 700C, as these have higher current carrying capacity.
- Higher Overload Capacity: Dissimilar to PVC Cables these special grade cables can operated even at 1300C, during emergency. In an emergency case, the total system is not disturbed with cables failings, because the some other cables in parallel can convey a higher load.
- High Short Circuit Rating: Can hold up conductor temperatures of up to 2500C during a short circuit.
- Lighter in weightiness, Small Bending Radius: Lighter weight, smaller bending radius that enables the installment even in cramped space states, require less support, and reduce the installation costs.
- Reduced Di-electric Constant and Power Element: Effects in saving in power losses that means saving in costs, especially for higher voltage.
- Finer Impact, Corrosion and Abrasion Resistance: Innocuous than PVC Cables, give better protection against mechanical impairment, corrosion and abrasion.
- Simple Joints and Termination: Require no specific skill or equipment for connection and termination.