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, 31.313638750034:2006
Wires with a rubber isolation in a rubber shell, screened for radio- and electrooptions
CONSTRUCTION
1. CURRENT IS CONDUCTING WIRE copper, multiwire, round form, 6 class for 22483. Current-conducting tendons in tropical execution are twisted up from a copper wire, tin-plated tin or tin-leaden alloy not below -61.
2. ISOLATION from rubber of isolation.
3. TWISTING the isolated tendons are twisted up, at twisting it is assumed to apply mandrel and fillings from rubber, fibred materials and PVC plastc. Fibred materials of send-offs are in tropical execution of antiseptik. The isolated tendons can be any color. In every coil of wire, since two-tendons, must be one account and one sending tendons, excellent in color between itself and ot all other..
4. DIVIDING LAYER over the twisted up tendons application of tape is assumed polyethylene-tereftalat.
5. SHELL from rubber of hose; in the send-offs of from rubber hose steady to the cold; in send-offs in tropical execution a shell is executed from antiseptk rubbers. The nominal thickness of shell makes 1.3 mm for send-offs with a diameter under a shell to 10 mm of included. and 1.8 mm for send-offs with a diameter under a shell over 10 mm.
6. SCREEN OVER SHELL IN SEND-OFFS , is braided from the copper tin-plated wire by a nominal diameter 0.2 0.3 mm. Wires in tropical execution have braided from copper tin-plated tin or tin-leaden solder not below -61 wires a nominal diameter 0.2 0.3 mm.
APPLICATION DOMAIN
Wires are intended for joining of options in electric networks on nominal variable voltage 380, 660 and 3000 V by frequency to 400 Hz., and also for editing of radio equipment. Wires can be used on voltage according to 700, 1000 and 6000 V direct current. Wires type of is used at a necessity protecting from radio interferences. The corrosion protection of braided of send-offs in the process of exploitation must be provided exploiting organizations. At the protracted storage exploiting organizations on the surface of send-offs without a protective shell additional antikorrosion coverage, not having harmful influence on the shell of send-offs, must be inflicted. Wires type of is used at a temperature not below 50, at a necessity protecting from radio interferences.
For cables in tropical execution to the brand of cable add the letter of Ҕ through a hyphen.
TECHNICAL DESCRIPTION
Type of climatic execution for 15150:
    for the send-offs of category of placing 3 and T category of placing of 4
    for the send-offs of category of placing 4
Cables are steady to the change of ambient temperature:
    for the send-offs of . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . t 40 t +60
    for the send-offs of . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . t 50 t +60
Wires are proof to influence of relative humidity of air to 98% at a temperature . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . +35
Editing of send-offs without the preliminary heating must be made at a temperature not below . . . . . . 15
Protractedly possible working temperature on a current to the conducting tendon, no more . . . . . . . . . +65
    Build length of cables, no less . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 50 m
Guarantee term of exploitation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 year from the day of putting into operation

Number and nominal section of tendon, mm² Nominal outward diameter, mm Calculation mass of wire, kg/km
 
1 0,35 6,4 66
2 0,35 8,3 109
3 0,35 8,6 116
4 0,35 9,1 130
5 0,35 9,7 150
6 0,35 10,3 175
7 0,35 10,3 178
8 0,35 10,8 179
10 0,35 12,2 213
12 0,35 12,5 233
14 0,35 13,0 256
 
1 0,5 6,5 69
2 0,5 8,7 121
3 0,5 9,0 129
4 0,5 9,6 147
5 0,5 10,2 170
6 0,5 10,8 188
7 0,5 10,8 192
8 0,5 11,5 204
10 0,5 13,0 246
12 0,5 13,3 270
14 0,5 13,8 298
 
1 0,75 6,6 85
2 0,75 9,4 158
3 0,75 9,8 170
4 0,75 10,6 195
5 0,75 11,4 229
6 0,75 12,2 262
7 0,75 12,2 270
8 0,75 13,1 295
10 0,75 16,0 400
12 0,75 16,5 420
14 0,75 17,2 466
 
1 1,0 6,7 88
2 1,0 9,7 110
3 1,0 10,1 182
4 1,0 10,9 213
5 1,0 11,7 251
6 1,0 12,6 285
7 1,0 12,6 294
8 1,0 13,5 324
10 1,0 16,6 439
12 1,0 17,0 464
14 1,0 17,8 514
 
1 1,5 7,1 99
2 1,5 10,3 195
3 1,5 10,8 215
4 1,5 11,7 250
5 1,5 12,6 297
6 1,5 13,6 340
7 1,5 13,6 353
8 1,5 15,6 428
10 1,5 17,9 557
12 1,5 18,4 561
14 1,5 19,3 626
 
1 2,5 7,7 127
2 2,5 11,7 257
3 2,5 12,3 282
4 2,5 13,3 333
5 2,5 15,4 438
6 2,5 16,6 501
7 2,5 16,6 520
8 2,5 17,8 576
10 2,5 20,6 780
12 2,5 21,2 814
14 2,5 22,2 905
 
2 4,0 12,8 298
3 4,0 13,4 350
4 4,0 15,6 448
 
2 6,0 16,0 440
3 6,0 16,8 515
4 6,0 17,3 595
 
2 10,0 18,2 600
3 10,0 19,2 727
4 10,0 21,0 873
 
1 0,75 7,0 94
2 0,75 10,2 183
3 0,75 10,9 197
4 0,75 11,5 226
 
Number and nominal section of tendon, mm² Nominal outward diameter, mm Calculation mass of wire, kg/km
 
5 0,75 12,4 268
6 0,75 13,4 307
7 0,75 13,4 314
8 0,75 15,4 382
10 0,75 17,6 468
12 0,75 18,1 489
14 0,75 19,1 543
 
1 1,0 7,1 97
2 1,0 10,6 196
3 1,0 11,0 246
4 1,0 11,9 246
5 1,0 12,8 291
6 1,0 14,8 331
7 1,0 14,8 340
8 1,0 15,9 412
10 1,0 18,2 508
12 1,0 18,7 535
14 1,0 19,6 595
 
1 1,5 7,5 118
2 1,5 11,1 222
3 1,5 11,7 241
4 1,5 12,6 284
5 1,5 13,7 340
6 1,5 15,8 427
7 1,5 15,8 438
8 1,5 17,0 483
10 1,5 19,5 640
12 1,5 20,1 635
14 1,5 21,0 708
 
1 2,5 8,1 176
2 2,5 12,5 361
3 2,5 13,1 390
4 2,5 15,3 410
5 2,5 16,5 490
6 2,5 17,8 560
7 2,5 17,8 579
8 2,5 19,1 668
10 2,5 22,2 877
12 2,5 22,8 907
14 2,5 23,9 1010
 
2 4,0 13,6 327
3 4,0 15,3 412
4 4,0 16,6 505
 
2 6,0 16,8 475
3 6,0 17,7 562
4 6,0 18,3 637
 
2 10,0 19,4 647
3 10,0 20,5 775
4 10,0 22,0 923
 
1 1,5 9,1 152
2 1,5 15,3 389
3 1,5 16,1 415
4 1,5 17,5 485
5 1,5 19,0 587
6 1,5 20,6 673
7 1,5 20,6 688
8 1,5 22,2 798
10 1,5 25,9 1057
12 1,5 26,7 1078
14 1,5 28,1 1189
 
1 2,5 9,7 238
2 2,5 16,7 566
3 2,5 17,6 607
4 2,5 19,1 702
5 2,5 20,8 722
6 2,5 22,6 829
7 2,5 22,6 862
8 2,5 24,4 996
10 2,5 28,6 1328
12 2,5 29,5 1361
14 2,5 31,0 1512
 
2 4,0 17,8 517
3 4,0 18,7 595
 
2 6,0 20,0 650
3 6,0 21,1 760
 
2 10,0 22,6 857
3 10,0 23,9 1001
 
A maximal outward diameter of send-offs is 120 % ot a nominal diameter, resulted in a table.

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