The 3M™ Cold Shrink QS4s Integrated Short Splice Kit QS4s-15SP Series is a 15 kV-class inline splice for joining jacketed concentric neutral (JCN), flat strap, tape shield and longitudinally corrugated (LC) power cables.
The 3M™ Cold Shrink QS4s Integrated Short Splice QS4s-15SP Series is a 15 kV-class inline splices for joining jacketed concentric neutral (JCN), flat strap,tape shield and longitudinally corrugated (LC) power cables.
The cold shrink design is sized to fit Type MV-90 or Type MV-105 cables with copper or aluminum conductor sizes ranging from 2 AWG to 1000 kcmil (35 to 500 mm2). The cold shrink splice body is a one-piece molded design made of specially formulated silicone rubbers, while the jacketing is made of EPDM rubber for physical protection. Each splice manufactured is factory tested to provide reliability.
It can be used with 3M™ Shearbolt Connectors QCI Series and can be used for size transitions within the listed kit size range. The 3M™ Cold Shrink QS4s Integrated Short Splice Kit QS4s-15SP Series meets or exceeds the 15 kV Voltage Class rating requirements of ANSI/IEEE Std. 404.
For splicing 15 kV shielded power cables:
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