WELDING CABLES / SUBMERSIBLE CABLES


Application
For the transmission of high currents from the electric welding machine to the welding tool. Suitable for flexible use under rough conditions, on assembly lines and conveyor systems, in machine tool and motor car manufacturing, ship building, for manually and automatically operated line and spot welding machines.
Standards   
As per BS638 Part 4
Conductor
Class 6 extra flexible plain copper conductors to BS EN 60228:2005 (previously BS6360)(Class 5 flexible plain copper conductors for 120mm2 and above)
Insulation
EPR (Ethylene Propylene Rubber) to BS7655
Sheath
HOFR (Heat and Oil Resistant and Flame Retardant) Sheath to BS7655
Sheath Color
Black
Voltage Rating100V (450V for non-welding applications if suitably protected from mechanical damage)
Temperature Rating-20°C to +85°C

No. of Cores x Nominal Cross Sectional Area

No./Dia. of Strand

Nominal Thickness of Insulation

Nominal Overall Diameter

Nominal Weight

x mm²

No. / mm

mm

mm

kg/Km

1 x 16

512 x 0.21

0.9

9.7

215

1 x 25

800 x 0.21

0.9

11.2

305

1 x 35

1120 x 0.21

0.9

12.4

400

1 x 50

705 x 0.31

0.9

14.3

587

1 x 70

990 x 0.31

0.9

16.3

775

1 x 95

1340 x 0.31

1.0

18.6

1040

1 x 120

1690 x 0.31

1.0

20.3

1256

1 x 150

2123 x 0.31

1.1

22.6

1360

1 x 185

1470 x 0.41

1.2

24.7

1875

1 x 240

1905 x 0.41

1.3

27.8

2534

AS PER H07 RN-F 450/750V H D 2 2. 6


Construction
*Copper conductor acc. to IEC, class 5 (tinned up to 16 mm2)
*Separator tape (only for sections above 16 mm2)
*EPR rubber insulation acc. to HD22, type El 4
*Elastomeric outer sheath acc. to HD22, type EM2
*Very good behavior to variations of outdoor temperature: mobile use: -25 ... + 50°C


Applications
• For medium level mechanical loads, for use in dry and damp locations, for outdoor use
  or in locations subject to explosion hazards 
• For industrial and workshop equipment
• For connection of mobile machines and engines on construction sites.
• Ax fixed installation, for example as installation on plaster in temporary building.

Number of cores and size Max diam. of wires Insulation thickness Outer sheath   thickness  Outer diameter approx.  Copper weight  Weight of cable  approx.
 mm2 mm  mm mm  mm kg/km  kg/km
As per H07 RN-F
1 x 16 0,41 1,2 1,9 12,0 154 280
1 x 25 0,41 1,4 2,0 14,0 240 400
1 x 35 0,41 1,4 2,2 15,5 336 540
1 x 50 0,41 1,6 2,4 18,5 480 750
1 x 70 0,51 1,6 2,6 21,0 672 1000
1 x 95 0,51 1,8 2,8 24,0 912 1310
1 x 120 0,51 1,8 3,0 27,0 1152 1630
1 x 150 0,51 2,0 3,2 30,0 1440 2000
1 x 185 0,51 2,2 3,4 33,0 1776 2420
1 x 240 0,51 2,4 3,5 35,0 2304 2980
2 x 1 0,21 0,8 1,3 8,4 19 100
2 x 1,5 0,26 0,8 1,5 9,4 29 130
2 x 2,5 0,26 0,9 1,7 11,5 48 190
2 x 4 0,31 1,0 1,8 13,0 77 260
2 x 6 0,31 1,0 2,0 14,5 115 350
3 G 1 0,21 0,8 1,4 9,1 29 125
3 G 1,5 0,26 0,8 1,6 10,1 43 160
3 G 2,5 0,26 0,9 1,8 12,0 72 230
3 G 4 0,31 1,0 1,9 14,0 115 320
3 G 6 0,41 1,0 2,1 15,5 173 425
3 G 10 0,41 1,2 3,3 21,0 288 765
3 G 16 0,41 1,2 3,5 24,0 461 1060
3 G 25 0,41 1,4 3,8 29,0 720 1560
3 G 35 0,41 1,4 4,1 32,0 1008 1840
3 G 50 0,41 1,6 4,5 36,5 1440 2510
3 G 70 0,51 1,6 4,8 41,0 2016 3280
3 G 95 0,51 1,8 5,3 51,0 2736 4260
4 G 1 0,21 0,8 1,5 10,0 38 155
4 G 1,5 0,26 0,8 1,7 11,5 58 200
4 G 2,5 0,26 0,9 1,9 13,5 96 290
4 G 4 0,31 1,0 2,0 15,5 154 400
4 G 6 0,31 1,0 2,3 17,5 230 540
4 G 10 0,41 1,2 3,4 23,0 384 930
4 G 16 0,41 1,2 3,6 26,0 614 1300
4 G 25 0,41 1,4 4,1 32,0 960 1950
4 G 35 0,41 1,4 4,4 35,0 1344 2330
4 G 50 0,41 1,6 4,8 40,0 1920 3200
4 G 70 0,51 1,6 5,2 45,0 2688 4200
4 G 95 0,51 1,8 5,9 51,0 3648 5490
5 G 1 0,21 0,8 1,6 11,5 48 190
5 G 1,5 0,26 0,8 1,8 12,5 72 240
5 G 2,5 0,26 0,9 2,0 15,0 120 350
5 G 4 0,31 1,0 2,2 17,0 192 500
5 G 6 0,41 1,0 2,5 19,0 288 670
5 G 10 0,41 1,2 3,6 25,0 480 1140
5 G 16 0,41 1,2 3,9 29,0 768 1610
5 G 25 0,41 1,4 4,4 35,0 1200 2440
5 G 35 0,41 1,4 4,7 39,0 1680 2900
5 G 50 0,41 1,6 5,1 45,0 2400 4000
5 G 70 0,51 1,6 5,6 50,0 3360 5250
7 x 1,5 0,26 0,8 2,6 16,0 101 330
7 x 2,5 0,26 0,9 2,8 18,5 168 470
7 x 4 0,26 1,0 3,1 21,5 269 660
12 x 1,5 0,26 0,8 2,9 19,0 173 480
12 x 2,5 0,26 0,9 3,1 22,5 288 690
12 x 4 0,31 1,0 2,5 26,0 461 980
18 x 1,5 0,26 0,8 3,2 22,0 259 690
18 x 2,5 0,26 0,9 3,5 26,5 432 1010
18 x 4 0,31 1,0 3,9 30,5 691 1420
24 x 1,5 0,25 0,8 3,5 25,7 346 895
24 x 2,5 0,25 0,9 3,9 30,7 576 1325
27 x 1,5 0,25 0,8 3,5 26,2 389 970
27 x 2,5 0,25 0,9 3,9 31,3 648 1445
36 x 1,5 0,26 0,8 3,8 29,5 518 1260
36 x 2,5 0,26 0,9 4,3 35,5 864 1880


3CORE ROUND CABLES FOR SUBMERSIBLE PUMPS (1100 VOLTS)

CONDUCTOR  RUBBER INSULATION  TOTAL THICKNESS OF DOUBLE RUBBER SHEATH  Condu-ctor
Resis-tance at 20°C (max) ohms/km
CURRENT Rating at 40°C Amps.
Nominal
Area in 
Nos. & Dia.of wire Nominal
Thickness 
Nominal
Core Dia. 
Nominal
Thickness
Approx. Overall
Dimensions
Sq. mm. Nos. / mm  mm mm mm mm
2.5 36/0.30 0.9 3.84 1.5 11 7.41 18
4 56/0.30 1 4.5 1.6 13 4.95 26
6 85/0.30 1 5.3 1.6 14.6 3.3 31
10 140/0.30 1 6.5 2 18 1.91 42
16 226/0.30 1 8 2 21.2 1.21 57
25 354/0.30 1.2 10.1 2.15 26 0.78 72
35 495/0.30 1.2 11.3 2.15 28.3 0.554 90
50 703/0.30 1.4 13.6 2.25 33.5 0.386 115

3CORE FLAT CABLES FOR SUBMERSIBLE PUMPS (1100 VOLTS)

CONDUCTOR  RUBBER INSULATION  RUBBER SHEATH  Condu-ctor Resist-ance at 20°C (max) ohms/km CURRENT Rating at 40°C Amps.
Nominal
Area in 
Nos. & Dia.of wire Nominal
Thickness 
Nominal
Core Dia. 
Nominal
Thickness
Approx.
Overall
Dimensions
Sq. mm. Nos. / mm  mm mm mm Thickness Width
mm mm
2.5 36/0.30 0.9 3.84 1.15 6.4 14.6 7.41 18
4 56/0.30 1 4.5 1.15 7.4 16.8 4.95 26
6 85/0.30 1 5.3 1.15 7.9 18.7 3.3 31
10 140/0.30 1 6.5 1.4 9.9 23.7 1.91 42
16 226/0.30 1 8 1.4 11.4 28 1.21 57
25 354/0.30 1.2 10.1 2 14.7 35.5 0.78 72
35 495/0.30 1.2 11.3 2 16.2 39.5 0.554 90
50 703/0.30 1.4 13.6 2.2 18.3 45.5 0.386 115
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