Uses and Applications of EPR PVC 15000 Volts Grounded, Shielded Type MV 90 Power Cables
The Medium voltage power cables are generally used as a feeder for different types of applications. They are generally easier to splice and terminate because of their concentric wireshield. The cables are UL listed and OSHA acceptable. These cables can be installed in conduit, duct or aerial applications when properly supported by a messenger. The cables are also suitable for direct burial if installed in a system with a grounding conductor that is in close proximity.
Unique Technical Features of EPR PVC 15000 Volts Grounded, Shielded Type MV 90 Power Cables
The EPR PVC 15000 Volts Grounded, Shielded Type MV 90 Power Cables are constructed using compressed class B stranded annealed uncoated copper. Insulation is by EPR and a conductor shield of extruded semi-conducting copolymer compound is usually seen. The conductor shield, insulation and insulation shield are applied in one tandem operation. The PVC jacket is with excellent mechanical properties and sunlight resistance.
Specific Applicationsof EPR PVC 15000 Volts Grounded, Shielded Type MV 90 Power Cables
The EPR PVC 15000 Volts Grounded, Shielded Type MV 90 Power Cables are generally used as power cable for use in main feeder, distribution and branch circuits in industrial, commercial and electric utility installation. These cables can be used in wet or dry locations in circuits not exceeding 15000 volts and 100% insulation level. These cables can operate at conductor temperatures not exceeding 90°C for normal, 130°C for emergency overload and 250°C for short circuit conditions as per the National Electric Code specifications. These cables are suitable for installation in conduit, tray, trough, ducts, aerial and direct burial applications. Other recommended applications for these types of cables include commercial applications such as buildings and facilities, hospitals and industrial complexes.