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Okoguard URO-J cables provide maximum circuit longevity in underground residential distribution systems. They can be buried directly or installed in underground ducts or conduits.
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 unequaled in other solid dielectrics. Okoguard insulation, with the distinctive red color and a totally integrated EPR system, provides the optimum balance of electrical and physical properties for long, problem free service.
The triple tandem extrusion of the screens with the insulation provides optimum electrical characteristics.
An insulation screen of ethylene-propylene rubber is extruded over the insulation. The bare copper concentric wires are uniformly spaced around the insulation screen. The overall polyethylene jacket provides protection against mechanical damage and corrosion.
Product identification is provided through the use of three red stripes placed 120° apart in the black jacket with an NESC lightning bolt.
Central Conductor: Aluminum per ASTM B-609 Class B stranded per B-231.
Conductor Screen: Extruded semiconducting ethylene-propylene rubber meets or exceeds the requirements of ICEA S-94-649 and AEIC CS8.
Insulation: Extruded Okoguard meets or exceeds the requirements of ICEA S-94-64 and AEIC CS8.
Insulation Screen: Extruded semiconducting ethylene-propylene rubber meets or exceeds the requirements of ICEA S-94-649 and AEIC CS8.
Concentric Conductor: Bare copper wires. Conductivity equal to central conductor.
Jacket: Black Okolene with red extruded stripes and NESC lightening bolt meets or exceeds the requirements of ICEA S-94-649 for polyethylene jackets.