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Type UL MV90 Single Conductor PVC Jacket 133% Copper Power Cable 15kV
The mv90 copper cable is an electrical wire used for power circuits up to 15,000 Volts when fixed in open air, conduit, or duct; in applications such as chemical plants, refineries, steel mills, industrial plants, commercial buildings, utility substations, and generating stations. The National Electric Code accepts this electrical cable for uses within 90°C for continuous operation, 130°C for emergency overload conditions, and 250°C for short circuit conditions.
Also Known As:
Medium voltage power cables, mv power cable, mv90 cable, mv90, mv 90 air compressor, pvc jacket.
- ICEA S-93-639
- NEMA WC74
- AEIC CS8
The MV power cable conductor is made of copper with a semi-conducting conductor shield: soft bare annealed copper per ASTM B-3, Class B stranding per ASTM B-8 (compressed), or ASTM B-496 (compact).
A strong and enduring ethylene-propylene rubber (EPR) is used as the insulation system. The good thing about this insulation is how friendly it is to human hands since it is a rubber, a material that tends to be soft but guarantees profound and reliable safety wires. This insulation is also environmentally friendly, it doesn’t have some toxins which can cause harm to human, animals, and plants health.
Reinforced insulation is provided by a PVC jacket, which is sunlight-resistant, per ICEA S-97-682 and UL Standard 1072.