MV Cables - An Expert's Guide

In 2023, the global medium voltage cables market was valued at a staggering $31.86 billion. What’s more, forecasts indicate that it will reach over $43.93 billion by 2028 – demonstrating continued growth.

Medium voltage cables have long been a crucial component of modern electrical distribution systems. Carrying power from substations to various endpoints such as homes, businesses and industrial facilities, they ensure an efficient, reliable supply of electricity that meets our daily needs.

There’s a reason for this surge in demand. Factors such as urbanisation, industrialisation, the expansion of renewable energy sources and the electrification of transportation are all fuelling increased use of MV cables across various sectors.

As they become more frequently specified, understanding the features, functions and applications of medium voltage cables is hugely important. This eBook provides a detailed guide to MV cables, examining them from the inside out to help you navigate their complexities, ensure optimal cable performance and keep downtime to a minimum.

Most medium voltage cables will follow a typical construction pattern consisting of several key layers: the current-carrying conductor, a layer of insulation and a protective cable sheath. Depending on the requirements of your project however, there will be wide range of MV cables for you to choose from, each with their own range of additional features and functions.

To help you better understand these various constructions, we’ve highlighted four examples of commonly specified MV cables – and identified the components you might want to consider when selecting your next MV cable.

... Click to read on for a detailed look at key products, their accessories, and the industries they are used in, as well as guidance on navigating installation challenges.  MV eBook - An Expert's Guide

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