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Henkel / TIA-CE / cable hotmelts / cable_eng.ppt2 Cable hotmelts Contents Adhesive applications in different cables Application machines
Henkel / TIA-CE / cable hotmelts / cable_eng.ppt3 Cable types Energy cable Low voltage to0,6/1 kV Medium voltageto18/30 kV High voltage >26/45 kV Communication cables Coaxial cable Copper-Telecommunication cable Optical fibre cable Cable hotmelts
Henkel / TIA-CE / cable hotmelts / cable_eng.ppt4 Cable types Energy cable Low voltage application cable type jacket bonding Aboveground cable Target: Increase of the mechanical strength Cable hotmelts
Henkel / TIA-CE / cable hotmelts / cable_eng.ppt5
Henkel / TIA-CE / cable hotmelts / cable_eng.ppt6 Energy cable Medium voltage Application cable type overlap bonding more layer cable Bonding of jacket on metal shielding Cable types Cable hotmelts
Henkel / TIA-CE / cable hotmelts / cable_eng.ppt7 Viscoeleastic requirements for an overlap bonding Cable hotmelts
Henkel / TIA-CE / cable hotmelts / cable_eng.ppt8 Energy cable Cable hotmelts
Henkel / TIA-CE / cable hotmelts / cable_eng.ppt9 Communications cable Coaxial cable Sealing between jacket and shielding Copper telecommunication cable overlap bonding Optical fibre cable overlap bonding Bonding of the stress elements with the outer jacket (Aramid or Glass) Tube fixing waterblocking Cable hotmelts
Henkel / TIA-CE / cable hotmelts / cable_eng.ppt10 Cable hotmelts
Henkel / TIA-CE / cable hotmelts / cable_eng.ppt11 Cable hotmelts
Henkel / TIA-CE / cable hotmelts / cable_eng.ppt12 Optical fibre cable Cable hotmelts
Henkel / TIA-CE / cable hotmelts / cable_eng.ppt13 Cable Adhesives Product range for communications cable Cable hotmelts
Henkel / TIA-CE / cable hotmelts / cable_eng.ppt14 Cable Adhesives Product range for energy cable Cable hotmelts
Henkel / TIA-CE / cable hotmelts / cable_eng.ppt15 Application machines Hotmeltunit (melting tank, gear pump, hose) or Extruder Different application heads coating bead spray Cable hotmelts
Henkel / TIA-CE / cable hotmelts / cable_eng.ppt16 Cable hotmelts
Henkel / TIA-CE / cable hotmelts / cable_eng.ppt17 Cable hotmelts
Henkel / TIA-CE / cable hotmelts / cable_eng.ppt18 wheel bead FoamMelt spray point bead film coating Cable hotmelts
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