Wind Turbine Cable Support Socks & Grips – 316 Stainless Steel
These cable socks manufactured from offshore/marine grade type 316 Stainless Steel are suitable for use in the renewable energy sector in applications such as cable installation (onshore and offshore), cable support inside wind turbines and cable management – used to pull, protect and support wind turbine cables.
Wind turbine cable support socks and grips include special features that have been adapted to allow for minimal contact with the actual LV-HV cable while still allowing excellent working loads and cable support for onshore, offshore and subsea power cables and umbilicals.
316 Stainless Steel Cable Socks
The Slingco wind turbine support cable sock or grip is manufactured from 316 Stainless Steel and provides cable support and control inside the wind turbine. It features rounded copper ferrules and offers reduced cable contact for high vibration environments.
Custom cable grips can be adapted to meet and support any requirement including LV Low Voltage, MV Medium Voltage and HV High Voltage cable installations.
Selection Table For Wind Turbine Cable Support Socks & Grips
The following table enables the specification and selection of wind turbine cable support socks – we also stock and supply a complete range of cable socks for installation of LV MV HV underground cables through cable ducts, conduits and trenches.
To support the installation of MV HV power cables T&D also distribute a complete range of cable joints, terminations and connectors for use up to 33kV/66kV from market leading manufacturers including Pfisterer CONNEX, Nexans Euromold and 3M Cold Shrink.
For LV cable repairs to outer sheaths/jackets incurred during normal service or during the cable pulling installation to the wind turbine we can offer a complete range of offshore cable joints suit for single and multi-core nacelle power and control cables up to 1kV.
|Slingco Part Code||Rope Diameter Range Inches||Rope Diameter Range mm||Lattice Length Inches||Lattice Length mm||Cable Sock Break Load lb||Cable Sock Break Load kg|
|ZCS2844||0.31 – 0.40||8 – 10||25||635||1,485||670|
|ZCS2845||0.40 – 0.60||10 – 15||26||660||2,295||1,040|
|ZCS2846||0.60 – 0.80||15 – 20||28||711||2,900||1,315|
|ZCS2847||0.80 – 0.99||20 – 25||29||736||4,550||2,080|
|ZCS2848||1.0 – 1.19||25 – 30||29||736||5,450||2,475|
|ZCS2849||1.20 – 1.58||30 – 40||31||787||7,800||3,575|
|ZCS2850||1.58 – 1.98||40 – 50||39||990||10,750||4,890|
|ZCS2851||1.98 – 2.37||50 – 60||39||990||10,750||4,890|
|ZCS2852||2.38 – 2.77||60 – 70||47||1194||14,000||6,420|
|ZCS2853||2.77 – 3.55||70 – 90||47||1194||14,000||6,420|
|ZCS2854||3.55 – 4.33||90 – 110||47||1194||18,000||8,165|