Heat-resistant silicone rubber steel strip armored power cable YGC22
silicone rubber steel strip armored power cable
Product description: Heat-resistant silicone rubber steel strip armored power cable YGC22 is applicable to AC rated voltage 0.6/1KV and below for fixed laying transmission and distribution lines, power transmission or mo
Heat-resistant silicone rubber steel strip armored power cable YGC22 is applicable to AC rated voltage 0.6/1KV and below for fixed laying transmission and distribution lines, power transmission or motor wiring, with high temperature resistance, corrosion resistance, acid and alkali resistance, corrosive gas, waterproof and other characteristics, high temperature environment electrical performance, It has large current capacity and long service life, and is widely used in metallurgy, electric power, petrochemical, large-scale construction, automobile manufacturing and other industries. In addition to this advantage of Silicone Rubber Insulated and Sheathed Power Cable, there are the following differences. Heat-resistant silicone rubber steel strip armored power cable YGC22 advantages The armored cable mechanical protective layer can be added to the cable of any structure to increase the mechanical strength of the cable and improve the corrosion resistance. It is a wire and cable designed for areas that are susceptible to mechanical damage and extremely erosive. It can be laid in any way, and is more suitable for direct burial in rock areas. The armored cable is generally a fixedly laid power cable. Generally speaking, it is fixed in one place and basically does not move, and the power line transmits electric energy. In addition to the above, the purpose of the cable plus the armor layer can also enhance the mechanical protection such as tensile strength and compressive strength to prolong the service life. The armor has certain anti-external force performance, and can also prevent rats from biting. It will not cause power transmission problems through armoring. The bending radius of the armor should be large, and the armor layer can be grounded to protect the cable. Armored cables are also classified into steel tape armored cables and steel wire armored cables. The main differences are: Uses: Steel belt armor is only used for laying directly buried cables or ordinary pipes, ordinary floors, tunnels, etc. The thin steel wire armor can withstand the normal longitudinal tension, so it is suitable for short-distance overhead laying or vertical and vertical laying. In foreign countries, there are more steel wire armored cables! Price: The corresponding steel wire armor is more expensive. Because steel wire armor production is more difficult, the cost is higher. Current carrying capacity: There is not much difference, just use reverse magnetic steel strip or steel wire. Depending on the environment in which it is used, different types of cables in armored form are used: steel belt armor can withstand mechanical stress and steel wire armor can withstand mechanical tension.