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Scope

This recommended practice establishes requirements for three-conductor round-and-flat-type oil-well cable used in supplying three-phase ac electric power to submersible pump motors. The major cable components are copper conductors, polypropylene insulation, polymeric jacket, and galvanized metallic armor.

Purpose

Provide guidelines for specifying ESP cable with Polypropylene Insulation.

Abstract

Revision Standard - Active. Minimum requirements for the design, construction, manufacturing, testing, purchasing, and application of electric submersible pump cable are presented. The cable is round or flat, with polypropylene rubber insulation, nitrile or polyethylene jacket, and armor. These cables are for voltages not exceeding 3 kV or 5 kV (phase to phase) and conductor temperatures not exceeding 96 A?C (205 A?F) maximum for nitrile or a maximum minimum of ¿¿¿10 A?C (14 A?F) minimum. Conductors, insulation, assembly and with or without jacket, armor, requirements for testing by the manufacturer, and cable ampacity are all covered in the document.
 

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  1. IEEE 1019-2013

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    IEEE Recommended Practice for Specifying Electric Submersible Pump Cable¿¿¿Polypropylene Insulation

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  2. IEEE 1019-2004


    IEEE Recommended Practice for Specifying Electric Submersible Pump Cable - Polypropylene Insulation

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  3. IEEE 1019-1991


    IEEE Recommended Practice for Specifying Electric Submersible Pump Cable - Polypropylene Insulation

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  4. IEEE 1019-1985


    IEEE Recommended Practice for Specifying Electric Submersible Pump Cable - Polypropylene Insulation

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