Heat Shrink Cable Joints – Benefits
DNV accepted heat shrink ships cable joints are available for power, control, instrumentation, signal and communications cables.
Heat shrink submersible cable joints are available for jointing pump cables on both onshore and offshore.
Heat shrink cable joints are specified where multiple cables are installed onto cable tray or ladder and space is at a premium
The finished diameter of the heat shrink cable joint adds limited incremental size to the actual overall diameter of the cable sheath, approximately 4-5mm.
1.1 Check the glass fiber reinforced plastic shell for the specifications and dimensions and the outer diameter of the cable and the middle head (stress cone or copper shell) with the size of the match;
1.2 Check the sealing material of the FRP shell (the sealing gasket of the opening of the HAF, the sealing material of the FRP shell
and the cable and the heat-shrink tube) are complete;
1.3 Check the high-voltage cable epoxy mud two-component cable plastic packaging is complete, the number of components 1s
2. Fiberglass housing assembly,For the installation of the FRP shell of the middle section of the cleaning process, install the upper and lower half of the fiberglass shell, leads to coaxial cable or grounding cable, tighten a number of bolts, explosion-proof box two-port and coaxial cable or grounding cable sealing treatment Waterproof sealing tape and shrink shrink tube};
3. Add talc to the epoxy mud, and then the two components of the high-voltage cable epoxy mud together to stir evenlγ；
4FiII the two ends of glass fiber reinforced plastic shell with epoxy mud; epoxy mud filled to the shell a little oblique part， and then wrapped around the waterproof belt. The two ports wrapped tightly.
5.Seal the cover,the installation is complete.
Note: the use of LPG spray gun shrink the material, with red flame is appropriate, position gradually to the ends of the uniform heating, should avoid local burn and high fever products. The use of propane spray gun or hair dryer heating shrinkage.