- Cable Construction and Dimensional Testing
- Conductor Resistance Testing
- RoHS Compliance Testing
- Cable Insulation Tensile Elongation Measurement
- Shrinkage Tests for Cable Insulation
- Cable Hot Set Testing
- Cable Pressure Testing High Temperatures
- Cable Heat Shock Testing
- Cable Insulation Resistance Testing
- Vertical Flame Test
- Smoke Density Testing for Cables
- Cable Cold Bend Testing
- Cable Cold Elongation Testing
- Gas Emissions Testing for Cables
- Cable Spike Testing
- Cable Tensile Testing After Ageing
- Sheath Resistance Testing
- Mechanical test for Flexible Cable
- Cord Bend Testing
- Cable Snatch Testing
- Cold Impact Test
- Shore A Hardness Cable Testing
- Flex Test for Lift Cables
- Cable Solder Ability Testing
- Thermal Stability Cable Testing
- Crimp & Lug Testing
- Cable Ozone Resistance Testing
- VLF Testing for MV Cables
- UV accelerated Weathering Testing
- Over-Sheath Continuity Testing
- Oil Immersion Testing
- Static Flexibility Testing
- Wear Resistance Testing for Cables
- Water Resistance testing - Mechanical properties of sheath after water immersion
- Heat Resistance Testing for Textile Braids
Wear Resistance Testing for Cables
The purpose of the wear resistance test is to demonstrate that the extruded oversheath of a flexible cables will withstand the wear and tear anticipated with being repeatedly moved and flexed. The test and apparatus used is designed to comply with the standards IEC 60245-1 clause 22.214.171.124 and IEC 60245-2 clause 3.3
The wear resistance test is conducted on samples from three sets of pairs of flexible cable, each sample having a length of approximately 1 metre. In each pair one sample is wound so as to give nearly two turns on a fixed reel with a diameter of 40mm - the distance between the flanges of the reel being such that the turns are in close contact with each other. The sample is securely fixed to prevent any movement relative to the reel. The remaining sample is then placed in the groove formed by the turns and a 500g weight is attached to one end. The other end is free to be moved up and down over a distance of 0.10m, at a rate of about 40 single strokes per minute for a full cycle of 20,000 strokes.
On completion, the insulation of the fixed sample shall not be visible over a total length of more than 10mm. Following the test, the fixed sample is then subject to a further voltage withstand test of 2.5kV in accordance with IEC 60245-2 clause 2.2, applied between the conductors and water the cable is immersed in to ensure it continues to deliver the electrical continuity and performance required of it.
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About Eland Cables
Established in 1975, Eland Cables is a supplier of power, data, instrumentation and control cables and cable accessories to the world's most demanding industries and to some of its most prestigious projects. Our reputation is built on an unswerving focus on quality, technical expertise and customer service.
Our focus on quality has resulted in our in-house specialist cable testing facility securing the ISO 17025 accreditation. This certifies the competence, impartiality and performance capability of our laboratory and its evaluations. In turn, it means peace of mind for our customers with regard to the quality of the cables they source from us.
Our highly-qualified technical team is on hand to provide technical support with all aspects of cable selection, technical specification, regulatory requirements, and bespoke cable design and manufacture.
We are a key contributor to projects in over 100 countries every year, adding value through comprehensive technical support, reliable logistics, innovative solutions, and a customer-centric approach.