Cables specified in this standard are intended for use in fixed installations in industrial areas, buildings and similar applications. Five-core cables have been introduced, unarmoured cables removed and the range of multicore auxiliary cables extended to include up to 48 cores. Multi-user access to over 3, medical device standards, regulations, expert commentaries and other documents. Learn more about the cookies we use and how to change your settings.

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BS Electric cables. Language: English. This British Standard is applicable to cables for use in fixed installations in industrial areas, buildings or similar applications. NOTE 1 Limitation on the temperature of the cables may be imposed in situations where they might be touched or where they could touch other materials. NOTE 2 Annex A gives a guide to the use and installation of cables, Annex B gives armour wire tests, Annex C gives a compatibility test, Annex D gives an abrasion resistance test, Annex E gives an insulation resistance constant test on oversheath, Annex F gives the resistance of conductor and armour, Annex G gives the gross cross-sectional area of armour, Annex H gives a test for shrinkage of oversheath on cable, Annex I gives guidance on type tests and Annex J gives the standard United Kingdom reference codes.

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BS5467 SWA/PVC Cable IEC 60502 600/1000V

The Standard allows colour-coded or number-coded core identification. These low voltage cross-linked polyethylene XLPE insulated and polyvinyl chloride PVC sheathed armoured cables are designed to specifications that ensure the insulation and other components are suitable for sustained operations at a maximum conductor temperature of 90 o C, and at a maximum short-circuit conductor temperature of o C. Our extensive portfolio is backed by a wide range of services that help your project run smoothly, together providing a complete cable solution. Globally recognised as a mark of quality, the BSI Kitemark for Cable Testing Verification is the most intensive and granular testing programme on the market. BS Cable. They are hard-wearing and suitable for indoor, underground direct burial in free draining soil or embedded in concrete and outdoors without additional protection due to the mechanical protection afforded by their armour and the UV stable and water resistant nature of their sheathing. Your tailored quote direct to your inbox Your basket is currently empty.


BS 5467:1997+A3:2008


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