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  • Another Japanese nuclear power unit restarts Power supply gradually returns to nuclear power

    Another Japanese nuclear power unit restarts Power supply gradually returns to nuclear power

    It is reported that the nuclear power units that have been restarted under the new standard include the No. 1 and No. 2 units in Jiudianchuan, No. 3 units of Siguo Power Ifang, and No. 3 and No. 4 units of Gaoxi, Kansai Electric Power.

    2 years ago
  • Causes of Conductor Shielding Defects in Crosslinked Power Cables

    Causes of Conductor Shielding Defects in Crosslinked Power Cables

    Cross-linked polyethylene insulated power cables (referred to as xlpe power cables) with a rated voltage of 3.6 kV and above shall have a conductor shield and an insulation shield.

    2 years ago
  • Failure Analysis of  XLPE Power Cables

    Failure Analysis of XLPE Power Cables

    Failure Analysis of XLPE Power Cables

    2 years ago
  • The annual composite increase rate of the global high-voltage cable is 7.13%.

    The annual composite increase rate of the global high-voltage cable is 7.13%.

    The global high voltage cable market is expected to grow by 7.13% between 2018 And 2022, according to the global high voltage cable report released by Research And Markets, an international market Research firm.

    2 years ago
  • The global average annual wind power increment will exceed 65 gigawatts by 2018-2027.

    The global average annual wind power increment will exceed 65 gigawatts by 2018-2027.

    Wood Mackenzie, the company's market research and Consulting group research institutions MAKE Consulting forecasts that between 2018 and 2027, the annual average wind power installed capacity of more than 65 GW, partly because of the offshore wind increased demand and contribution to expand in emerging markets.

    2 years ago
  • Causes of cable aging

    Causes of cable aging

    The most direct cause of aging failures of wire and cable is breakdown. Including commonly used pvc insulated power cables, electric wires, control cables, commonly used in underground laying of armored power cables, concentric cables.

    2 years ago
  • The demand of submersible pump cable for global market will reach USD$4.4 billion in 2023

    The demand of submersible pump cable for global market will reach USD$4.4 billion in 2023

    The submersible pump cable, laid in the oil well, which is a special cable used by the submersible electric pump unit . The lower end of the cable is connected to the lead cable and the upper end is connected to the ground control cabinet. According to the latest research report released by TMR, in 2014, the global market size of submersible pump cables will reach USD$ 3 billion dollars. It is estimated that by 2023, this figure will increase to 4.4 billion U.S. dollars and the annual compound growth rate will reach 4.7% during the period.

    2 years ago
  • Norway - British submarine power cable NorthConnect maybe cancelled.

    Norway - British submarine power cable NorthConnect maybe cancelled.

    Norwegian parliament's energy committee leaders Espen Barth Eide, said on Wednesday due to Norway by the latest eu energy legislation, the planned private submarine power cable between Norway and Scotland NorthConnect may be cancelled.

    2 years ago
  • Difference between wire and cable

    Difference between wire and cable

    Wires and cables are generally composed of three parts: wire and cable conductors, insulation layers and jacket layers. In terms of specific differences, a wire generally refers to a type of wire and cable composed of a single or multiple copper or aluminum conductors, and an insulating layer or a jacket layer formed on the outside of a wire and cable conductor. The cable is generally composed of one or more conductors, and each conductor of the cable is formed by stranding one or more strands of conductors, and then insulated or sheathed.

    2 years ago
  • What is the difference of flame-retardant cables and fire-retardant cables?

    What is the difference of flame-retardant cables and fire-retardant cables?

    The difference in principle between flame-retardant cables and fire-resistant cables: The flame-retardant principle of halogen-containing cables relies on the flame-retardant effect of halogens; the flame-retardant principle of halogen-free cables relies on the precipitation of water to lower the temperature to extinguish fire extinguishing.

    2 years ago