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High Output Value Package for HV/EHV CCV Lines

High and extra high voltage cables have important insulation thicknesses, and considerable insulation weight is supported by a small conductor. If the viscosity of the material close to the conductor decreases, as is the case when the temperature increases rapidly, significant drooping occurs and the insulation will be off-centered. In addition to eliminating the drooping effect, our patented method increases heating and cross-linking capacity, and thus line speeds, in catenary continuous vulcanizing lines for medium, high and extra high voltage cable production.

Would you like to remarkably increase your production line capacity?

The line speed increases over 25%

Even with 25% greater line speeds you will have better cable quality and roundness. The reduced heating length enables lower extruder platform heights and lower cable manufacturing costs. Based on your current manufacturing data, we can calculate the added value you will receive through implementation of our high output concept for CCV lines.

What you get

25% faster line speeds with postheating in neutral zone. Also, the reduced heating length enables lower extruder platform heights and lower manufacturing costs.

  • Accelerate completion of the cross-linking without drooping effects

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