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Power cables with low level of smoke, halogen-free PVC oversheath

Power cables with low level of smoke, halogen-free PVC oversheath

TU U 31.3-31850229-010-2004
GOST 16442-80, IEC 60502-1 (1998-11)
IEC 60502-2 (1998-03)

 

Application

VVGngLSHF, VVGzngLSHF, VBbSHvngLSHF, AVVGngLSHF, AVVGzngLSHF, AVBbSHvngLSHF
(LSHF, LSHF, LSHF, LSHF, LSHF, LSHF)
0.66 kV; 1 kV

Cables are designated for power supply and distribution in fixed installations with rated AC voltage 0.66 kV, 1 kV and 6 kV at frequency 50 Hz.

Cables are designated for workings requiring fire safe bundled laying, high fire security, low level of smoke and toxic emission from burning (in tube and power stations, channels, skyscrapers, industrial and public buildings).

Cables are intended for laying where required special fire-prevention measures for the protection of people and material values.

Cables can be used in DC networks. Nominal DC voltage is 2.4 times more than nominal AC voltage.

Cables are designated at ambient temperature from -30 C up to +50 C and relative humidity up to (98±2)% at temperature at temperature to 35 C.

 

Construction

Conductors
Copper or aluminum round single-wire or multicore conductors;
Multicore copper or aluminum sector-shaped conductors (class 1, 2 in accordance with GOST 22483-77).

Insulation, core wrapping and oversheath
Insulation, core wrapping and oversheath are made from polyvinylchloride (PVC) compound for cables with «ng» designation.

Screen for 6 kV cables
Electroconductive screen from electroconducting polyvinylchloride (PVC) compound and screen from 2 copper tapes. These tapes are gapped laid.

Covering «BbSHv»:
- armour is made from steel tapes;
- polyvinylchloride (PVC) compound for cables with «ng» designation is applied over wrapping.

Technical characteristics

Cable Number of conductors Nominal conductor cross-section, mm
0.66 kV 1 kV
VVGngLSHF 1, 2, 3, 4 1.5 – 50 1.5 – 240
VVGzngLSHF 2, 3, 4 1.5 – 50 1.5 – 50
AVVGngLSHF 1, 2, 3, 4 2.5 – 50 2.5 – 240
AVVGzngLSHF 2, 3, 4 2.5 – 50 2.5 – 50
VBbSHvngLSHF, AVBbSHvngLSHF 2, 3, 4 4.0 – 50 6.0 – 240

Electric resistance of conductors to DC complies with GOST 22483-77.

Insulation resistance calculated for 1 km at temperature 20 C:

Nominal conductor cross-section, mm Rated voltage, kV Insulation resistance, MOm, no less
1.0; 1.5 0.66 and 1 12
2.5 – 4.0 0.66 and 1 10
6.0 0.66 and 1 9
10 – 240 0.66 and 1 7

Insulation resistance calculated for 1 km at 20 C indicated at protractedly permissible temperature for the conductors heating at operational period is at least 0.005 MOhm

Cables endure AC voltage test and 50 Hz frequency during 10 minutes:

  • 3.0 kV – for cables at rated voltage 0.66 kV;
  • 3.5 kV – for cables at rated voltage 1 kV;

Protractedly permissible temperature for the conductors heating: 70 C.

Minimal temperature of cable laying without pre-heating: - 15 C.

Minimum permissible bending radius of the cable at installation and routing must equal to min. 10 outer diameters of the cable for single-core cable, and min.7.5 outer diameters of the cable – for multicore cables.

Maximum permissible temperature for the conductors heating in short circuit mode: 160 C.

Duration of short circuit mode: max. 4 seconds.

Maximum permissible temperature for the conductors heating in emergency mode: 80 C.

Operation time of cables in emergency mode do not should be more than 8 hours in 24 hours, or no more than 1000 hours during all service life.

Cables have flame-retarding ability when laid in bundles in accordance with DSTU 4237 – 3 – 22 (category A).

Cables with «ngLS» and «ngLSHF» designation have low level of smoke, halogen-free PVC oversheath.

Manufactured cable length for cables at rated voltage of 0.66 kV and 1 kV:

  • manufactured cable length must be min. 450 m for cables with main conductor cross-section 1.5-16 mm;
  • manufactured cable length must be min. 300 m for cables with main conductor cross-section 25-70 mm;
  • manufactured cable length must be min. 200 m for cables with main conductor cross-section 95-240 mm.

Guarantee period: 5 years from the commissioning date.

The manufacturer can ensure compliance of cable quality with requirements of current technical specification, provided all terms of transportation, storage, installation and use have been observed.

Service life: 30 years.

All products are certified.


Permissible current loads and permissible short-circuit currents for cables with aluminum and copper conductors at rated voltage 0.66 kV and 1 kV:
Nominal conductor cross-section, mm Permissible current loads, A Permissible short-circuit currents, kA
aluminum conductor copper conductor
above ground under ground above ground under ground copper conductor aluminum conductor
35 105 110 135 147 3.86 2.50
50 125 130 165 175 5.23 3.38
70 155 160 210 215 7.54 4.95
95 190 195 255 260 10.48 6.86
120 220 220 300 295 13.21 8.66
150 250 250 335 335 16.30 10.64
185 290 285 285 380 20.39 13.37
240 345 335 460 445 26.80 17.54
Permissible current loads and permissible short-circuit currents for cables copper conductors at rated voltage 0.66 kV and 1 kV:

Nominal conductor cross-section, mm Permissible current loads, A Permissible short-circuit currents, kA
Single-core cables Double-core cables Three-core cables *
above ground under ground above ground under ground above ground under ground
1.5 29 32 24 33 21 28 0.17
2.5 40 42 33 44 28 37 0.27
4 53 54 44 56 37 48 0.43
6 67 67 56 71 49 58 0.65
10 91 89 76 94 66 77 1.09
16 121 116 101 123 87 100 1.74
25 160 148 134 157 115 130 2.78
35 197 178 166 190 141 158 3.86
50 247 217 208 230 177 192 5.23
70 318 265 226 237 7.54
95 386 314 274 280 10.48
120 450 358 321 321 13.21
150 521 406 370 363 16.30
185 594 455 421 406 20.39
240 704 525 499 468 26.80

* The same and for four-core cables with neutral conductor lower cross-section. For determining of current loads (four-core cables) which are equal to cross-section of four-wire networks in all loads in normal mode this loads must be multiplied by 0.93 coefficient.

Permissible current loads and permissible short-circuit currents for cables with aluminum conductors at rated voltage 0.66 kV and 1 kV:

Nominal conductor cross-section, mm Permissible current loads, A Permissible short-circuit currents, kA
Single-core cables Double-core cables Three-core cables *
above ground under ground above ground under ground above ground under ground
2.5 30 32 25 33 21 28 0.18
4 40 41 34 43 29 37 0.29
6 51 52 43 54 37 44 0.42
10 69 68 58 72 50 59 0.70
16 93 83 77 94 67 77 1.13
25 122 113 103 120 88 100 1.81
35 151 136 127 145 109 121 2.50
50 189 166 159 176 136 147 3.38
70 233 200 167 178 4.95
95 284 237 204 212 6.86
120 330 269 236 241 8.66
150 380 305 273 274 10.64
185 436 343 313 308 13.37
240 515 396 369 355 17.54

* The same and for four-core cables with neutral conductor lower cross-section. For determining of current loads (four-core cables) which are equal to cross-section of four-wire networks in all loads in normal mode this loads must be multiplied by 0.93 coefficient.

Technical Data (reference values)

Nominal conductor cross-section, mm Rated voltage, kV Nominal overall diameter, mm Weight of 1 km cable, kg
VVGngLSHF
1×1.5 0.66 5.0 41
1×2.5 0.66 5.4 53
1×4.0 0.66 6.0 73
1×6.0 0.66 6.5 95
1×10 0.66 7.7 144
1×16 0.66 9.8 229
1×25 0.66 11.5 338
1×35 0.66 12.7 440
1×50 0.66 14.4 582
2×1.5 0.66 7.5 91
2×2.5 0.66 8.3 121
2×4.0 0.66 10.3 187
2×6.0 0.66 11.3 243
2×10 0.66 14.7 414
2×16 0.66 17.7 620
2×25 0.66 21.5 937
2×35 0.66 23.7 1207
2×50 0.66 27.6 1630
3×1.5 0.66 7.9 109
3×2.5 0.66 9.4 161
3×4.0 0.66 10.8 229
3×6.0 0.66 11.9 304
3×10 0.66 15.5 514
3×16 0.66 18.7 776
3×25 0.66 22.7 1181
3×35 0.66 25.6 1562
3×50 0.66 29.3 2076
4×1.5 0.66 9.2 144
4×2.5 0.66 10.1 194
4×4.0 0.66 11.7 280
4×6.0 0.66 13.0 376
4×10 0.66 16.8 634
4×16 0.66 20.9 983
4×25 0.66 25.4 1495
4×35 0.66 28.1 1951
4×50 0.66 32.3 2601
3×1.5 + 1×1.0 0.66 9.2 141
3×1.5 + 1×1.5 0.66 9.2 144
3×2.5 + 1×1.5 0.66 10.1 187
3×4.0 + 1×2.5 0.66 11.7 269
3×6.0 + 1×4.0 0.66 13.0 361
3×10 + 1×6.0 0.66 16.3 583
3×16 + 1×10 0.66 20.2 907
3×25 + 1×10 0.66 23.4 1270
3×25+ 1×16 0.66 25.4 1430
3×35 + 1×10 0.66 26.4 1656
3×35+ 1×16 0.66 27.1 1749
3×35+ 1×25 0.66 28.1 1882
3×50+ 1×16 0.66 30.2 2218
3×50+1×25 0.66 31.1 2354
3×50+1×35 0.66 32.3 2516



Nominal conductor cross-section, mm Rated voltage, kV Nominal overall diameter, mm Weight of 1 km cable, kg
AVVGngLSHF
1×2.5 0.66 5.4 38
1×4.0 0.66 6.1 49
1×6.0 0.66 6.5 58
1×10 0.66 7.7 83
1×16 0.66 9.3 122
1×25 0.66 11.5 183
1×35 0.66 12.7 225
1×50 0.66 14.4 290
2×2.5 0.66 8.3 89
2×4.0 0.66 10.3 138
2×6.0 0.66 11.3 168
2×10 0.66 14.7 289
2×16 0.66 16.6 377
2×25 0.66 21.5 618
2×35 0.66 23.7 763
2×50 0.66 27.6 1027
3×2.5 0.66 9.4 114
3×4.0 0.66 10.9 156
3×6.0 0.66 11.9 191
3×10 0.66 15.5 326
3×16 0.66 17.5 430
3×25 0.66 22.7 702
3×35 0.66 25.6 895
3×50 0.66 29.3 1172
4×2.5 0.66 10.1 132
4×4.0 0.66 11.8 183
4×6.0 0.66 13.0 225
4×10 0.66 16.8 383
4×16 0.66 19.5 527
4×25 0.66 25.4 857
4×35 0.66 28.1 1063
4×50 0.66 32.3 1396
3×4.0+1×2.5 0.66 11.8 181
3×6.0 +1×4.0 0.66 13.0 223
3×10+1×6.0 0.66 16.3 357
3×16+1×10 0.66 19.5 521
3×25+1×10 0.66 23.4 729
3×25+1×16 0.66 24.1 777
3×35+1×10 0.66 26.0 901
3×35+1×16 0.66 26.4 933
3×35+1×25 0.66 28.1 1057
3×50+1×16 0.66 30.2 1217
3×50+1×25 0.66 31.1 1291
3×50+1×35 0.66 32.3 1390



Nominal conductor cross-section, mm Rated voltage, kV Nominal overall diameter, mm Weight of 1 km cable, kg
VVGngLSHF
1×1.5 1.0 5.4 46
1×2.5 1.0 5.8 58
1×4.0 1.0 6.6 82
1×6.0 1.0 7.1 105
1×10 1.0 7.9 147
1×16 1.0 10.0 235
1×25 1.0 11.7 344
1×35 1.0 12.9 446
1×50 1.0 14.6 589
1×70 1.0 16.4 798
1×95 1.0 18.9 1089
1×120 1.0 20.3 1317
1×150 1.0 22.2 1622
1×185 1.0 24.6 2012
1×240 1.0 27.7 2614
2×1.5 1.0 8.3 106
2×2.5 1.0 9.7 151
2×4.0 1.0 11.5 218
2×6.0 1.0 12.5 277
2×10 1.0 15.1 429
2×16 1.0 18.1 638
2×25 1.0 21.9 959
2×35 1.0 24.1 1232
2×50 1.0 28.0 1658
2×70 1.0 31.5 2214
2×95 1.0 36.1 2983
2×120 1.0 39.1 3586
2×150 1.0 42.8 4401
2×185 1.0 47.3 5419
2×240 1.0 53.3 7029
3×1.5 1.0 9.4 139
3×2.5 1.0 10.2 181
3×4.0 1.0 12.1 264
3×6.0 1.0 13.2 342
3×10 1.0 15.9 530
3×16 1.0 19.5 816
3×25 1.0 23.2 1206
3×35 1.0 26.0 1590
3×50 1.0 29.7 2108
4×1.5 1.0 10.2 166
4×2.5 1.0 11.1 218
4×4.0 1.0 13.2 321
4×6.0 1.0 14.4 421
4×10 1.0 17.3 653
4×16 1.0 21.4 1008
4×25 1.0 25.8 1526
4×35 1.0 28.6 1985
4×50 1.0 32.8 2639
3×1,5+1×1.0 1.0 10,2 162
3×1,5+1×1,5 1.0 10,2 166
3×2,5+1×1,5 1.0 11,1 211
3×4,0+1×2,5 1.0 12,8 297
3×6,0+1×4,0 1.0 14,4 406
3×10+1×6,0 1.0 17,3 624
3×16+1×10 1.0 20,7 930
3×25+1×10 1.0 23,9 1296
3×25+1×16 1.0 25,8 1461
3×35+1×10 1.0 26,8 1685
3×35+1×16 1.0 27,6 1781
3×35+1×25 1.0 28,6 1916
3×50+1×16 1.0 30,7 2251
3×50+1×25 1.0 31,6 2390
3×50+1×35 1.0 32,8 2554



Nominal conductor cross-section, mm Rated voltage, kV Nominal overall diameter, mm Weight of 1 km cable, kg
AVVGngLSHF
1×2,5 1.0 5,8 43
1×4,0 1.0 6,7 58
1×6,0 1.0 7,1 68
1×10 1.0 7,9 87
1×16 1.0 9,5 126
1×25 1.0 11,7 189
1×35 1.0 12,9 231
1×50 1.0 14,6 298
1×70 1.0 16,4 379
1×95 1.0 18,9 506
1×120 1.0 20,3 592
1×150 1.0 22,2 712
1×185 1.0 24,6 876
1×240 1.0 27,7 1113
2×2,5 1.0 9,7 120
2×4,0 1.0 11,5 170
2×6,0 1.0 12,5 202
2×10 1.0 15,1 303
2×16 1.0 17,0 393
2×25 1.0 21,9 641
2×35 1.0 24,1 788
2×50 1.0 28,0 1056
2×70 1.0 31,5 1348
2×95 1.0 36,1 1777
2×120 1.0 39,1 2087
2×150 1.0 42,8 2518
2×185 1.0 47,3 3072
2×240 1.0 53,3 3924
3×2,5 1.0 10,2 134
3×4,0 1.0 12,2 191
3×6,0 1.0 13,2 229
3×10 1.0 15,9 342
3×16 1.0 17,9 448
3×25 1.0 23.2 728
3×35 1.0 26.0 924
3×50 1.0 29.7 1205
4×2.5 1.0 11.1 156
4×4.0 1.0 13.3 224
4×6.0 1.0 14.4 270
4×10 1.0 17.3 402
4×16 1.0 20.0 550
4×25 1.0 25.8 888
4×35 1.0 28.6 1097
4×50 1.0 32.8 1435
3×4.0+1×2.5 1.0 13.3 222
3×6.0+1×4.0 1.0 14.4 268
3×10+1×6.0 1.0 17.3 398
3×16+1×10 1.0 20.0 543
3×25+1×10 1.0 23.9 755
3×25+1×16 1.0 25.0 828
3×35+1×10 1.0 26.8 956
3×35+1×16 1.0 26.8 962
3×35+1×25 1.0 28.6 1090
3×50+1×16 1.0 30.7 1250
3×50+1×25 1.0 31.6 1327
3×50+1×35 1.0 32.8 1429



Nominal conductor cross-section, mm Rated voltage, kV Nominal overall diameter, mm Weight of 1 km cable, kg
VVGngLSHF (sector-shaped conductor)
3×70 (sector) 1.0 29.0 2443
3×95 (sector) 1.0 32.7 3225
3×120 (sector) 1.0 36.3 4008
3×150 (sector) 1.0 38.9 4920
3×185 (sector) 1.0 42.6 5992
3×240 (sector) 1.0 48.2 7725
4×70 (sector) 1.0 36.0 3268
4×95 (sector) 1.0 37.8 4283
4×120 (sector) 1.0 41.6 5279
4×150 (sector) 1.0 45.4 6538
4×185 (sector) 1.0 49.4 7962
4×240 (sector) 1.0 55.6 10295
3×70+1×25 (sector) 1.0 33.5 2756
3×70+1×35 (sector) 1.0 33.5 2851
3×70+1×50 (sector) 1.0 34.4 3020
3×95+1×35 (sector) 1.0 37.8 3672
3×95+1×50 (sector) 1.0 37.8 3803
3×120+1×35 (sector) 1.0 40.0 4413
3×120+1×70 (sector) 1.0 41.7 4759
3×150+1×50 (sector) 1.0 43.6 5466
3×150+1×70 (sector) 1.0 43.6 5663
3×185+1×50 (sector) 1.0 48.4 6593
3×185+1×95 (sector) 1.0 48.9 7078
3×240+1×70 (sector) 1.0 54.4 8491
3×240+1×120 (sector) 1.0 54.4 9012



Nominal conductor cross-section, mm Rated voltage, kV Nominal overall diameter, mm Weight of 1 km cable, kg
AVVGngLSHF (sector-shaped conductor)
3×70 (sector) 1.0 29.0 1118
3×95 (sector) 1.0 32.7 1427
3×120 (sector) 1.0 36.3 1737
3×150 (sector) 1.0 38.9 2081
3×185 (sector) 1.0 42.6 2491
3×240 (sector) 1.0 48.2 3183
4×70 (sector) 1.0 36.0 1501
4×95 (sector) 1.0 37.8 1886
4×120 (sector) 1.0 41.6 2251
4×150 (sector) 1.0 45.4 2753
4×185 (sector) 1.0 49.4 3294
4×240 (sector) 1.0 55.6 4203
3×70+1×25 (sector) 1.0 33.5 1276
3×70+1×35 (sector) 1.0 33.5 1310
3×70+1×50 (sector) 1.0 34.4 1402
3×95+1×35 (sector) 1.0 37.8 1658
3×95+1×50 (sector) 1.0 37.8 1712
3×120+1×35 (sector) 1.0 40.0 1926
3×120+1×70 (sector) 1.0 41.7 2067
3×150+1×50 (sector) 1.0 43.6 2334
3×150+1×70 (sector) 1.0 43.6 2403
3×185+1×50 (sector) 1.0 48.4 2799
3×185+1×95 (sector) 1.0 48.9 2978
3×240+1×70 (sector) 1.0 54.4 3528
3×240+1×120 (sector) 1.0 54.4 3713



Nominal conductor cross-section, mm Rated voltage, kV Nominal overall diameter, mm Weight of 1 km cable, kg
VBbSHvngLSHF
2×16 0.66 20.9 921
2×25 0.66 24.3 1275
2×35 0.66 26.9 1610
2×50 0.66 30.4 2066
3×16 0.66 21.9 1093
3×25 0.66 25.9 1564
3×35 0.66 28.4 1963
3×50 0.66 32.1 2537
4×10 0.66 20.1 919
4×16 0.66 23.7 1309
4×25 0.66 28.2 1891
4×35 0.66 30.9 2391
4×50 0.66 35.1 3108
3×10+1×6.0 0.66 19.5 859
3×16+1×10 0.66 23.0 1222
3×25+1×10 0.66 26.6 1664
3×25+1×16 0.66 28.2 1827
3×35+1×10 0.66 29.2 2068
3×35+1×16 0.66 29.9 2174
3×35+1×25 0.66 30.9 2323
3×50+1×16 0.66 33.0 2692
3×50+1×25 0.66 33.9 2843
3×50+1×35 0.66 35.1 3024



Nominal conductor cross-section, mm Rated voltage, kV Nominal overall diameter, mm Weight of 1 km cable, kg
AVBbSHvngLSHF
2×16 0.66 19.8 658
2×25 0.66 24.3 956
2×35 0.66 26.9 1166
2×50 0.66 30.4 1464
3×16 0.66 20.7 726
3×25 0.66 25.9 1086
3×35 0.66 28.4 1296
3×50 0.66 32.1 1633
4×10 0.66 20.1 668
4×16 0.66 22.3 832
4×25 0.66 28.2 1253
4×35 0.66 30.9 1503
4×50 0.66 35.1 1903
3×10 +1×6.0 0.66 19.5 633
3×16 +1×10 0.66 21.7 785
3×25+1×10 0.66 26.6 1123
3×25+1×16 0.66 28.2 1242
3×35+1×10 0.66 29.2 1339
3×35+1×16 0.66 29.9 1401
3×35+1×25 0.66 30.9 1497
3×50+1×16 0.66 33.0 1681
3×50+1×25 0.66 33.9 1780
3×50+1×35 0.66 35.1 1898



Nominal conductor cross-section, mm Rated voltage, kV Nominal overall diameter, mm Weight of 1 km cable, kg
VBbSHvngLSHF
2×6.0 1.0 16.7 550
2×10 1.0 18.3 685
2×16 1.0 21.3 946
2×25 1.0 24.7 1304
2×35 1.0 27.3 1642
2×50 1.0 30.8 2101
2×70 1.0 34.3 2715
2×95 1.0 38.9 3559
2×120 1.0 41.9 4213
2×150 1.0 46.0 5139
2×185 1.0 50.1 6185
2×240 1.0 56.5 7959
3×6.0 1.0 17.4 628
3×10 1.0 19.1 800
3×16 1.0 22.3 1121
3×25 1.0 26.4 1597
3×35 1.0 28.8 1998
3×50 1.0 32.5 2576
4×6.0 1.0 18.6 723
4×10 1.0 20.5 946
4×16 1.0 24.2 1342
4×25 1.0 28.6 1929
4×35 1.0 31.4 2433
4×50 1.0 36.0 3191
3×10 +1×6.0 1.0 20.0 884
3×16+1×10 1.0 23.5 1252
3×25+1×10 1.0 27.1 1698
3×25+1×16 1.0 28.6 1865
3×35+1×10 1.0 29.6 2104
3×35+1×16 1.0 30.4 2213
3×35+1×25 1.0 31.4 2365
3×50+1×16 1.0 33.5 2732
3×50+1×25 1.0 34.4 2886
3×50+1×35 1.0 36.0 3108



Nominal conductor cross-section, mm Rated voltage, kV Nominal overall diameter, mm Weight of 1 km cable, kg
AVBbSHvngLSHF
2×6.0 1.0 16.7 474
2×10 1.0 18.3 560
2×16 1.0 20.2 682
2×25 1.0 24.7 985
2×35 1.0 27.3 1198
2×50 1.0 30.8 1499
2×70 1.0 34.3 1849
2×95 1.0 38.9 2353
2×120 1.0 41.9 2713
2×150 1.0 46.0 3256
2×185 1.0 50.1 3837
2×240 1.0 56.5 4855
3×6.0 1.0 17.4 515
3×10 1.0 19.1 612
3×16 1.0 21.1 752
3×25 1.0 26.4 1119
3×35 1.0 28.8 1332
3×50 1.0 32.5 1673
4×6.0 1.0 18.6 572
4×10 1.0 20.5 695
4×16 1.0 22.8 862
4×25 1.0 28.6 1291
4×35 1.0 31.4 1544
4×50 1.0 36.0 1987
3×10+1×6.0 1.0 20.0 658
3×16+1×10 1.0 22.2 813
3×25+1×10 1.0 27.1 1156
3×25+1×16 1.0 28.6 1290
3×35+1×10 1.0 29.6 1375
3×35+1×16 1.0 30.4 1449
3×35+1×25 1.0 31.4 1539
3×50+1×16 1.0 33.5 1731
3×50+1×25 1.0 34.4 1823
3×50+1×35 1.0 36.0 1982

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