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Induscabos’ medium-voltage cables are manufactured with the most advanced extrusion technology in the country. The cables go through several stages until the completion of their production, all equipped with technologies to ensure a high-level connection in any installation. Those who buy and install trust ⚡

Follow our manufacturing processes:

– Three extruders simultaneously apply the layers: internal semiconductor, insulation, and external semiconductor, eliminating the possibility of contaminants in the insulation and providing a secure and homogeneous interface between the layers

– In the catenary, dry-curing vulcanization takes place, eliminating moisture and resulting in a product with high dielectric rigidity.

– During the manufacturing process, we foresee the storage of insulating material (EPR or XLPE) in a controlled environment – a clean room – eliminating the probability of physical contamination through handling and the environment.

– The quality of the products is measured in a comprehensive laboratory equipped to test medium and high-voltage extruded solid insulation cables. The partial discharge test, one of the main indicators of the intrinsic quality of the insulation, is conducted in a shielded environment against electromagnetic interference – a Faraday cage – designed and built to the highest standards of world technology.

Who are they? Where are they installed? Who buys?

We talk about Induscabos’ manufacturing with quality and safety for the product. But after production, where can these cables go? So here’s a list of installations and their respective models of medium-voltage cables, according to the needs of each:

Epronax 105, Epronax Slim 105, and Ecopower Slim 105 cables: suitable for installations that operate in permanent contact with water;

Indulink Cables: suitable for installations with prolonged contact with water, these are insulated in XLPE;

Subways: for underground installations in metro lines, non-halogenated cables with low smoke emission, known as Atox, are recommended. The cable’s functionality is confirmed by measuring gas acidity, quantity, and opacity of smoke during burning in the environment.

Overhead installations: this is the model adopted by most electricity concessionaires in Brazil, using covered cables fixed on spacers.

Overhead installations with isolated networks: require multiplexed cables composed of three aluminum phase conductors, with XLPE 90oC cross-linked polyethylene insulation.

Wind farms: cables with a voltage class of 20/35 kV are used, with insulated conductors with EPR or XLPE and a crown of copper wires with high-density polyethylene covering.

Need medium-voltage cables? Request a quote.

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