Training Cable Termination Utilizing the Medium Voltage termination kits

Solid dielectric power cable systems are subject to higher voltages than ever before. Inadequate installation and testing of cable splices and terminations is the number one cause of failure (IEEE Std 493-2007 Table 10-33). Yet over the last few decades, cable splicing as a profession has declined as multi-crafting and departmental merges have made it just a function among many. Proper installation of cable splices and termina-tions drastically improves the lifetime of cables and prevents damage to downstream equipment and nearby personnel.
This hands-on course is intended for new or experienced electri-cians and technicians that install, maintain, repair or troubleshoot5-35 kV solid dielectric power cables. The student should have some field experience and basic knowledge of AC/DC electricity.

Learning Objectives:

Upon completion of this course, the participant should be able to:
  • Explain medium voltage cable components and construction
  • Identify applications of different cable types including marine, offshore, mining, underground (URD) and tech Prepare cable for splicing utilizing hand tools, abrasives and solvents
  • Install taped, molded and heat shrink splices on tape-shielded and jacketed concentric (JCN) cables
  • Install taped, cold shrink and molded elbow terminations
  • Utilize a high potential tester for performing withstand tests on assembled splices
  • Identify the causes of splice and termination failures
  • Explain procedures for buried, duct and tray installation and relevant OSHA safety requirements

 

Course Outline

I. Introduction
A. Pretest
B. Schedule
C. Course Outline
II. Medium Voltage Splicing and Termination
A. Material Technology
B. Human Factors in Splicing
III. Types of High Voltage Cables

A. Tape Shielded
B. Drain Wire Shielded
C. BICC UniShield
D. Concentric Neutral (CN)
E. Jacketed Concentric Neutral (JCN)
F. Type of Configurations
IV. High Voltage Cable Components
A. Conductor
B. Strand Shielding
C. Insulation
D. Insulation Shield System
E. Bedding Tape
F. Jacket
G. How Solid Dielectric Cables are Made
V. Cable Installation and Handling
A. Safety
B. Environmental Protection
C. Light, Power and Ventilation
D. Housekeeping
E. Cable Handling
F. Direct Bury
G. Causes of Cable Failures
VI. Cable Preparation
A. Safety
B. Hand Tools
C. Abrasives and Solvents
D. Supplies and Materials
E. Part I – Cable Preparation
F. Part II – Cable Preparation
VII. Cable Splicing
A. Application of Tapes
B. Making a Splice
C. Splicing URD Cable
D. Construction of a T-Splice
E. Corona
F. Soldering
VIII. Cable Terminations
A. Classification of Terminations
B. Stress Control
C. External Leakage Insulation
D. Seal to the External Environment
E. Making a Termination
F. Terminating URD Cable
IX. Cable Testing
A. Testing Safety
B. DC Withstand
C. VLF Withstand
D. Withstand Test Lab

TRAINING METHOD

Presentation, Discussion, Case Study & Evaluation.

FACILITIES

Training Kit, Flash disk, Handout, Certificate, Lunch + 2X Coffee Breaks / Day, Souvenir.

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