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11kV ug cable

11kV ug cable

11kV ug cable

What is the length of 11kV ug cable which can draw in a single stretch

RE: 11kV ug cable

If cable pulling permissible maximum length it is your problem, then see-for instance:
ch. Multi-Conductor Cables
Table provides the maximum allowable pulling tensions when multi-conductor cables are pulled into a raceway or cable tray using a basket grip or similar device secured directly to the cable jacket. The pulling tensions are for multi-conductor cables with all the same size conductors and no subassemblies. The maximum allowable pulling tension must not exceed the values in Table, the sidewall bearing pressure, the pulling device tension capability, or 1000 lbs., whichever is lower. The pulling tensions are based on soft drawn copper conductors. Table may be used for multi-conductor cables with all the same size conductors and no subassemblies when a compression type attachment is secured directly to the conductors.

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