Causes of damage to 90kv DC high-voltage cables - Newheek X ray Cable

Causes of damage to 90kv DC high-voltage cables

The high-voltage cables produced by our Newheek are divided into 75KV and 90KV, which are connected to different high-voltage generators and are suitable for different X-ray machines.
The 90kv high-voltage cable is a power transmission bridge between the tube and the high-voltage generator, and plays a role in power transmission. It is widely used, so it often fails. Therefore, we briefly analyze the causes of common problems with high-voltage cables. According to the failure causes of high-voltage cables, they can be divided into the following categories: manufacturing reasons, construction quality reasons, design reasons by the design unit, and external force damage. Based on these reasons, we have analyzed the matters that should be paid attention to when using high-voltage cables, first of all to prevent excessive bending. In addition, the bending radius of the high-voltage cable should not be less than 5-8 times the cable diameter, so as not to cause cracks and reduce the insulation strength. Secondly, keep the high-voltage cables dry at ordinary times to avoid the erosion of oil, moisture and harmful gases to prevent the rubber from aging.
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