How to store high-voltage cables - Newheek X ray Cable

How to store high-voltage cables

high-voltage cables
How to store high-voltage cables?
High-voltage cables are also called HV cables or HV cables or HV wires.
Large and medium-sized X-ray machines use high-voltage cables to connect the high-voltage generator and the X-ray tube. The high-voltage generator outputs to the poles of the X-ray tube, and the heating voltage of the filament is to the X-ray tube filament. High-voltage cables generally have 75KV and 90KV, of which 75KV to Ya cables are used for 125KV tubular X-ray machines, 90KV high-voltage cables are used for 150KV tubular X-ray machines, and 75KV high-voltage cables can also be used for 150KV tubular X-ray machines, but they will shorten the high-voltage cables. The service life of this product is generally not recommended. Newheek’s high-voltage cables are divided into straight and elbows, which can be used in various types of X-ray machines and have a wide range of uses. The length can be customized according to customer needs
In addition, care should be taken to prevent excessive bending of high-voltage cables. The bending radius should not be less than 5-8 times the diameter of the cable to avoid cracks and reduce the insulation strength. Generally, the cables should be kept dry and clean to avoid oil, moisture and harmful gases to avoid rubber aging.