Some of the reasons for damage to high-voltage cables - Newheek X ray Cable

Some of the reasons for damage to high-voltage cables

Long-term exposure to moisture or long-term exposure to ultraviolet rays will cause the rubber to age, reduce the insulation strength, and cause the breakdown of high-voltage cables.
The quality of the high-voltage cable is poor, the thickness of the rubber layer and the core wire is uneven, the cutting is accidentally damaged during assembly, the rubber is burned during welding, the surface is not cleaned thoroughly, and the core wire and the plug are poorly welded.
The insulating strength of the filled filler is low, causing breakdown.
Frequent twisting, hard bending or heavy pressure can cause the insulation layer to crack and break down.
There is no surge resistance or damage to the surge resistance, and the high-voltage cable of the self-rectifying X-ray machine is easy to breakdown
The rectifier tube is leaking, and the leakage is short-circuited and breakdown.
Corroded by gasoline and transformer oil, rubber swells, and insulation decreases.
Our company’s high voltage cables are divided into 75KV and 90KV, and the length is divided into different lengths such as 5m, 6m, 7m, 8m, 9m, etc., which can meet your different procurement needs.
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