DR 724 P Spreader

PUR reeling cable for spreader application

Marking for DR 724 P Spreader 07244610: SAB BRÖCKSKES · D-VIERSEN · DR 724 P Spreader 46 G 1,0 mm² CE

Marking for DR 724 P Spreader 07244610: SAB BRÖCKSKES · D-VIERSEN · DR 724 P Spreader 46 G 1,0 mm² CE

Application

The DR 724 P Spreader is for use in reeling applications with heavy duty mechanical stress e.g. in motor driven drums in container cranes.

Outstanding features

  • path feed rate up to 240 m/min.
  • high winding and unwinding strength EN
  • for high mechanical stress in reeling processes
  • flame retardant and self-extinguishing
  • small outer diameter
  • small cable weight

Construction

Conductor

bare copper strands acc. to IEC 60228, VDE 0295, class 5

Insulation

special polymer

Colour code

coloured acc. to HD 308 (VDE 0293-308), from 6 cores black cores with consecutive numbers

acc. to EN 50334 + VDE 0293-334, from 3 cores a green-yellow earth wire

Stranding

specially adjusted layering around central Aramid suspension unit

Inner sheath

PUR, TMPU acc. to EN 50363-10-2 + VDE 0207-363-10-2

Torsion protecting net

Aramid

Sheath material

PUR, TMPU acc. to EN 50363-10-2 + VDE 0207-363-10-2

Sheath colour

black (RAL 9005)

Conductor

bare copper strands acc. to IEC 60228, VDE 0295, class 5

Insulation

special polymer

Colour code

coloured acc. to HD 308 (VDE 0293-308), from 6 cores black cores with consecutive numbers

acc. to EN 50334 + VDE 0293-334, from 3 cores a green-yellow earth wire

Stranding

specially adjusted layering around central Aramid suspension unit

Inner sheath

PUR, TMPU acc. to EN 50363-10-2 + VDE 0207-363-10-2

Torsion protecting net

Aramid

Sheath material

PUR, TMPU acc. to EN 50363-10-2 + VDE 0207-363-10-2

Sheath colour

black (RAL 9005)

Technical data

Nominal voltage

Uo/U 0.6/1 kV

Testing voltage

4000 V

Min. bending radius

for laying and installation (fixed laying): 5 x d

 

for repeated winding action (flexible): 7,5 x d

 

guided on pulleys (flexible): 10 x d

Temperature range

fixed laying: -50/+90°C

flexible application: -40/+90°C

Halogen-free

acc. to IEC 60754-1 + VDE 0482-754-1

Oil resistance

very good - TMPU acc. to EN 50363-10-2 + VDE 0207-363-10-2

Chem. resistance

good against acids, alkalines, solvents, hydraulic liquids, etc.

Fire performance

flame retardant and self-extinguishing acc. to IEC 60332-1-2 + VDE 0482-332-1-2

Weather resistance

very good

Sunlight resistance

very good - enhanced due to black sheath colour

Tensile strength

acc. to DIN VDE 0298-3 section 7.1

Mechanical characteristics

the main mechanical characteristics accomplished by the PUR outer sheath are:

- high tensile strength

- high tear strength

- high abrasion resistance

- high notch resistance

Absence of harmful substances

acc. to RoHS directive of the European Union

Nominal voltage

Uo/U 0.6/1 kV

Testing voltage

4000 V

Min. bending radius

for laying and installation (fixed laying): 5 x d

 

for repeated winding action (flexible): 7,5 x d

 

guided on pulleys (flexible): 10 x d

Temperature range

fixed laying: -50/+90°C

flexible application: -40/+90°C

Halogen-free

acc. to IEC 60754-1 + VDE 0482-754-1

Oil resistance

very good - TMPU acc. to EN 50363-10-2 + VDE 0207-363-10-2

Chem. resistance

good against acids, alkalines, solvents, hydraulic liquids, etc.

Fire performance

flame retardant and self-extinguishing acc. to IEC 60332-1-2 + VDE 0482-332-1-2

Weather resistance

very good

Sunlight resistance

very good - enhanced due to black sheath colour

Tensile strength

acc. to DIN VDE 0298-3 section 7.1

Mechanical characteristics

the main mechanical characteristics accomplished by the PUR outer sheath are:

- high tensile strength

- high tear strength

- high abrasion resistance

- high notch resistance

Absence of harmful substances

acc. to RoHS directive of the European Union

Highly flexible cables according to your special requirements

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