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Round Value Package Basic

The cooling circulation of nitrogen shrinks the outer surface of the insulation, thereby forcing the insulated core into its round shape. This process enables a catenary line with moderate rotation to produce cables with thick walls.

Would you like to run concentric and round EHV cables in your CCV line?

Save in material costs

We have the technology to run heavy wall thicknesses even up to 500 kV in a catenary line. Excellent roundness and concentricity enables easier jointing when installing cable systems. Moderate rotation eliminates the risk of damage to sensitive milliken conductors. By replacing expensive, low-sag material with standard insulation material, you can achieve annual material costs savings of 6 - 7%. Based on your current manufacturing data, we can calculate the added value you will receive through implementation of our roundness concept.

What you get

Excellent roundness with outstanding concentricity, and the final cable material costs lowered by 6 - 7%.

  • Excellent roundness and concentricity enables easier jointing when installing cable systems
  • Moderate rotation eliminates risk of damage to the sensitive Milliken conductor
  • By replacing expensive, low-sag material with standard insulation material, you achieve 6 - 7% savings in material costs.

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