MV Aerial Bundled Cable

MV Aerial Bundled Cable

Aerial bundled cables are mainly used for secondary overhead lines on poles or as feeders to residential premises.

MV Aerial Bundled Cable

We supply Medium Voltage Aerial Bundle Cables, in voltages of 6.35/11kV, 12.7/22kV and 19/33kV. Manufactured in accordance with IEC 60502-2, we also have variants made specifically to Australian and New Zealand standards AS/NZS 3599 Part 1. In addition to the XLPE insulation, these higher voltage cables are sheathed with High Density Polyethylene (HDPE). They are available with and without additional screening, in light and heavy duty copper wire or tape, depending on the installation parameters and requirements.

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Conductor: Round, Aluminium Conductor
Conductor Screen: Extruded semi-conductive layer.
Insulation: XLPE
insulation Screen: Extruded semi-conductive layer.
metallic Screen(optional): Copper wire screen or copper tape screen.
Separator: Semi-conductive swellable tape.
Outer Sheath: HDPE.
Messager wire: Galvanized steel wires.
Assembly: Three XLPE insulated screened cores are bundled around the galvanized steel wires in a right hand lay.
MV Aerial Bundled Conductor ABC Cables Application:
Aerial bundled cables are mainly used for secondary overhead lines on poles or as feeders
to residential premises.
The Function of messenger wire:
A) It acts as load bearing wire.
B) It acts as earth or neutral conductor

IEC 60502 6/10 kV MV Aerial Bundled Conductor ABC Cables

Number of Cores x
Nominal Cross Section
Phase
Conductor
Messenger
Suspension Unit
Continuous current
rating at 300C ambient temp
Stranding Nominal
Sectional Area
Maximum
Conductor Resistance
Stranding Nominal
Sectional Area
Breaking
Load
No.×mm^2 No.×mm mm^2 Ω/Km No.×mm mm^2 KN A
3X50 + 1X50 19/1.78 50 0.641 7/3.0 50 60 165
3X150+ 1X50 37/2.25 150 0.206 7/3.0 50 60 315
3X185+1X70 37/2.52 185 0.164 7/3.57 70 91 355
3X70 +1X50 19/2.14 7 0.443 7/3.15 50 62 250
3X150 +1X50 37/2.25 150 0.206 7/3.15 50 62 370

IEC 60502 18/30 kV MV Aerial Bundled Conductor ABC Cables

Number of Coresx
Nominal Cross Section
Phase
Conductor
Messenger
Suspension Unit
Continuous
current
rating at 30 ambient temp
Stranding Nominal
Sectional Area
Maximum
Conductor Resistance
Stranding Nominal
Sectional Area
Breaking
Load
No.×mm2 No.×mm mm2 Ω/Km No.×mm mm2 KN A
3X50 + 1X50 19/1.78 50 0.641 7/3.0 50 60 165
3X150+ 1X50 37/2.25 150 0.206 7/3.0 50 60 315
3X185+1X70 37/2.52 185 0.164 7/3.57 70 91 355
3X70 +1X50 19/2.14 7 0.443 7/3.15 50 62 250
3X150 +1X50 37/2.25 150 0.206 7/3.15 50 62 370

AS/NZS 3599 PART 1 6.35/11 KV AL/XLPE /HDPE NON-SCREENED CABLES

Number of Cores x
Nominal Cross Section

Phase
Conductor
Messenger
Suspension Unit
Nominal
Sectional Area
Breaking
Load
Diameter of
Conductor
Thickness of
Insulation
Thickness of
Insulation Screen
Thickness of
Sheath
Stranding
3×35 6.9 3.4 0.8 1.2 7/4.75 52.4 1370
3×50 8.1 3.4 0.8 1.2 7/4.75 54.6 1530
3×70 9.7 3.4 0.8 1.2 7/4.75 57.8 1790
3×95 11.4 3.4 0.8 1.2 7/4.75 61.3 2100
3×120 12.8 3.4 0.8 1.2 19/3.50 67.3 2540
3×150 14.2 3.4 0.8 1.2 19/3.50 70.1 2840
3×185 15.7 3.4 0.8 1.2 19/3.50 73.1 3190

AS/NZS 3599 part 1 6.35/11 AL/XLPE /CWS/HDPE Screened Cables

Number of Cores x Nominal
Cross Section
Diameter of
Conductor
Thickness of
Insulation
Thickness of
insulation screen
Copper wire
screen stranding
Thickness of
sheath
Galvanized steel
wire stranding
Nominal
Sectional Area
Breaking
Load
No.×mm² mm mm mm No.×mm mm NO.×mm mm² KN
Light Duty Screen
3×35 6.9 3.4 0.8 25/0.85 1.8 7/2.00 54.1 1820
3×35 6.9 3.4 0.8 25/0.85 1.8 19/2.00 58.1 2130
3×50 8.1 3.4 0.8 25/0.85 1.8 19/2.00 60.4 2300
3×70 9.7 3.4 0.8 25/0.85 1.8 19/2.00 63.6 2570
3×95 11.4 3.4 0.8 25/0.85 1.8 19/2.00 67 2900
3×120 12.8 3.4 0.8 25/0.85 1.8 19/2.00 69.8 3190
3×150 14.2 3.4 0.8 25/0.85 1.9 19/2.00 73 3530
3×185 15.7 3.4 0.8 25/0.85 1.9 19/2.00 76 3890
Heavy Duty Screen
3×35 6.9 3.4 0.8 40/0.85 1.8 7/2.00 54.1 2050
3×35 6.9 3.4 0.8 40/0.85 1.8 19/2.00 58.1 2360
3×50 8.1 3.4 0.8 23/1.35 1.8 19/2.00 62.4 2820
3×70 9.7 3.4 0.8 32/1.35 1.8 19/2.00 65.6 3440
3×95 11.4 3.4 0.8 39/1.35 1.8 19/2.00 69 4030
3×120 12.8 3.4 0.8 39/1.35 1.8 19/2.00 71.8 4320
3×150 14.2 3.4 0.8 39/1.35 1.9 19/2.00 75 4670
3×185 15.7 3.4 0.8 39/1.35 1.9 19/2.00 78 5020

AS/NZS 3599 Part 1 12.7/22 kV AL/XLPE /HDPE Non-Screened Cables

Number of Cores x
Nominal Cross Section
Phase
Conductor
Messenger
Suspension Unit
Nominal
Sectional Area
Breaking
Load
Diameter of
Conductor
Thickness of
Insulation
Thickness of
Insulation Screen
Thickness of
Sheath
Stranding
No.×mm^2 mm mm mm mm No.×mm mm^2 KN
3×35 6.9 5.5 0.8 1.2 7/4.75 61 1780
3×50 8.1 5.5 0.8 1.2 7/4.75 63.3 1970
3×70 9.7 5.5 0.8 1.2 7/4.75 66.5 2260
3×95 11.4 5.5 0.8 1.2 7/4.75 69.9 2600
3×120 12.8 5.5 0.8 1.2 19/3.50 75.9 3070
3×150 14.2 5.5 0.8 1.2 19/3.50 78.7 3390
3×185 15.7 5.5 0.8 1.2 19/3.50 81.7 3760

AS/NZS 3599 part 1 12.7/22 kV AL/XLPE /CWS/HDPE Screened Cables

Number of Cores x
Nominal Cross Section
Diameter of
Conductor
Thickness of
Insulation
Thickness of
insulation screen
Copper wire
screen stranding
Thickness of
sheath
Galvanized steel
wire stranding
Nominal
Sectional Area
Breaking
Load
No.×mm² mm mm mm No.×mm mm No.×mm mm² KN
Light Duty Screen
3×35 6.9 5.5 0.8 25/0.85 1.8 7/2.00 62.7 2280
3×35 6.9 5.5 0.8 25/0.85 1.8 19/2.00 66.7 2580
3×50 8.1 5.5 0.8 25/0.85 1.8 19/2.00 69 2780
3×70 9.7 5.5 0.8 25/0.85 1.9 19/2.00 72.6 3110
3×95 11.4 5.5 0.8 25/0.85 1.9 19/2.00 76 3460
3×120 12.8 5.5 0.8 25/0.85 2 19/2.00 79.2 3810
3×150 14.2 5.5 1 25/0.85 2 19/2.00 82.8 4230
3×185 15.7 5.5 1 25/0.85 2.1 19/2.00 86.2 4650
Heavy Duty Screen
3×35 6.9 5.5 0.8 40/0.85 1.8 7/2.00 62.7 2510
3×35 6.9 5.5 0.8 40/0.85 1.8 19/2.00 66.7 2810
3×50 8.1 5.5 0.8 23/1.35 1.8 19/2.00 71 3300
3×70 9.7 5.5 0.8 32/1.35 1.9 19/2.00 74.6 3970
3×95 11.4 5.5 0.8 39/1.35 1.9 19/2.00 78 4600
3×120 12.8 5.5 0.8 39/1.35 2 19/2.00 81.2 4950
3×150 14.2 5.5 1 39/1.35 2 19/2.00 84.8 5360
3×185 15.7 5.5 1 39/1.35 2.1 19/2.00 88.2 5790

Technical Data

Nominal cross section Continuous current rating
Still air 1m/s wind 2m/s wind
mm² A A A
35 105 145 165
50 125 170 200
70 150 215 250
95 180 260 300
120 205 300 350
150 230 340 395
185 265 390 450

Aerial Bundle Cables, often mentioned as Aerial Bundled Conductors or just ABC, are cables for overhead line power, so involved combining multiple single core cables together. With applications including temporary power distribution to street lighting and secondary pole-to-pole service cables, they’re lightweight stranded aluminium conductors, both single core and multi-cores. Whilst Aerial Bundle Cables are utilized in rural power distribution in some countries, they’re more commonly utilized in temporary power installations like on construction sites. As insulated cables they’re often preferred to reveal conductors which are installed and separated by air gaps but where sparks and shorts within the event of high winds may cause resulting bushfires in dry climates or risk nearby property. The XLPE insulation material, and where relevant the sheathing material, allows the ABC to be tightly bundled together – additional steel wire supports almost like those in ACSR also can be incorporated as catenary wires .

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