Three Core Flat Cable

Thermoset Insulated & Silicon Sheathed
Flat Cable for Submersible Pump Motors


Current Carrying Capacity (Amps) Comparison Chart
at standard voltage 50Hz cycles and ideal conditions as per IS:8034/2002

Silicon offers good resistance to extreme temperatures. At extreme temperatures, the tensile strength, elongation, tear strength and compression set can be far superior to conventional PVC. PVC has a carbon to carbon backbone which can leave them susceptible to ozone, UV, heat and other ageing factors that silicon can withstand well. This makes it one of the best elastomers of choice in many extreme environments.

  • Double Sheathed.
  • Fully protected inner core with Safety Walls to prevent water penetration and heat transfer to another core.
  • Silicon coated sheath to protect core from External Heat, Moisture etc
  • Special Ribs for outer protection
  • Twin coated inner core for protection against U.V., Heat & Voltage Fluctuation


Thermoset Insulated & Silicon Sheathed Three Core Flat Submersible Cable

Construction Characteristics

  • Conductor flexibility: Flexible bunched Electrolytic grade copper as per class 2 or 5 of IS: 8130/1984
  • Sheath Colour: Steel Grey
  • Conductor Material: Annealed Bare copper

Dimensional Characteristics

Electrical Characteristics

  • Rated Voltage Uo/U (Um) : 450/750 V
  • Test voltage: 3.0 KV for five minutes
  • Short Circuit Temp.: 225°C

Mechanical Characteristics

  • Cable flexibility: Flexible
  • Min. bending radius: 4 X D ~ 5 X D

Usage Characteristics

  • Flame retardant: as per IS: 694/1990
  • Chemical resistance: Accidental
  • Oil resistance: Yes
  • Operating temperature, range: (-)40 (+)80°C
  • Weather resistance: Better than PVC & Rubber
  • Min. ambient temp.: -40°C ~ -15°C
  • Max operation temp.: +80°C in Mobile Installation and +90°C in Fixed Protected installation.
  • Minimum laying temp.: -40°C
  • Certification:logos_isologos_isi both
  • Norms: IS:694, BS6500, IEC-60227