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DSG-Canausa Heat Shrink Medium Voltage Cable Terminations

The application of cable terminations is a key part of ensuring power quality and safe electrical insulation capable of meeting the most demanding requirements. The cable terminations prevent water ingress and mechanical damage to cables, splices and connectors.

DSG-Canausa deliver Heat shrink cable terminations for single core, 5 kV to 35 kV, copper tape, drain wire, UniShield® or lead sheathed XLPE and EPR power cables for the electrical construction market.

Features:

-          Fast, consistent installation means lower installed costs

-          Heat activated seals ensure maximum protection against moisture ingress

-          Installation environment: use of torch adds flexibility to cable preparation in any climate

-          Light weight construction requires no additional support

-          UV resistant, non-tracking outer tube for long life, even under adverse conditions

-          Slim profile allows installation in confined switch gear cubicles

-          Standards

-          Rated to IEEE 48-1996, Class 1

-          Test Reports

-          The CT 080 series through CT 350 series terminations were tested to the requirements

-          of IEEE 48-1996 Class 1 at an independent laboratory.

-          Test reports are available as follows:

-          CT 080 series: HVS020075

-          CT 150 series: HVS 020076

-          CT 250 series: HVS020077 and HVS020083

-          CT 350 series: HVS020078

For more information:

http://www.dsgcanusa.com/products/products_mediumvoltage.htm


 

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