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A comparison of three SZ methods for stranding and cabling power and control cable conductors

A comparison of three SZ methods for stranding and cabling power and control cable conductors

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In the SZ (reverse lay) stranding or cabling process the direction of the lay of the conductors is periodically reversed. This system is widely used in Europe in the manufacture of power, control an ...
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Number of pages:5
Year published:1990
Weight:0.2500
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By G. Ziemek, R. Duewelhenke, D.R. Stein, Kabelmetal Electro GmbH, Hanover, W. Germany.
1990
 
In the SZ (reverse lay) stranding or cabling process the direction of the lay of the conductors is periodically reversed.This system is widely used in Europe in the manufacture of power, control and communications cables.The advantages of the system are:longer continuous lengths, limited only by available conductor lengths and capacity of take-up reel, higher production speed, stationary pay- offs and take-up
  
 
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