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Okoguard-Okoclear-TS 2.4 kV cables are heavy duty nonshielded cables designed for use at up to 2.4 kV phase-to-phase in wet or dry locations in accordance with NEC Section 310.10.
Okoguard-Okoclear-TS nonshielded cables are recommended for power distribution and motor circuits in generating plants and substations; in industrial and commercial buildings. Cables are designed for applications where in the event of a fire, smoke or halogen off gases could be a concern.
Single conductors may be installed in industrial or commercial occupancies in triplexed or random lay in any raceway or duct in wet or dry locations, or in open runs as permitted by NEC Article 396.
Sizes 1/0 AWG and larger, may be installed in cable trays where permitted by NEC Section 392.10.
Okoguard is Okonite?s registered trade name for its exclusive ethylene-propylene rubber (EPR) based, thermosetting compound, whose optimum balance of electrical and physical properties is unequalled in other solid dielectrics. Okoguard insulation, with the distinctive red color and a totally integrated EPR system, provides the optimum balance for long, problem free service.
The Okoclear-TS jacket on this cable is a low
smoke, non-halogenated, vulcanized crosslinked polyolefin (XLPO) based compound. It provides excellent resistance to mechanical abuse, flame, weathering, most oils, acids and alkalis.
Conductor: Uncoated copper compact stranded per ASTM B-496.
Strand Screen: Extruded semiconducting EPR strand screen. Meets or exceeds electrical and physical requirements of ICEA S-96-659/NEMA WC71 and UL 1072.
Insulation: Meets or exceeds electrical and physical requirements of ICEA S-96-659/NEMA WC71 and UL 1072.
Jacket: Meets or exceeds electrical and physical requirements of ICEA S-96-659/NEMA WC71 for Type II crosslinked polyolefin jackets.
1/C non-shielded cables can surface discharge in service when in a random phase spacing or when in contact with grounded surfaces.
Okoguard cables meet or exceed all recognized industry standards (UL, NEMA/ICEA and IEEE).