Kontaktledning/Liner, tråd, ledning og kabel

1 SCOPE

These specifications apply to the production and delivery of lines, strands and wires for contact lines to Bane NOR SF (BN) in connection with the conclusion of one or more framework agreement (s). This also includes: contact wires, catenary wires, droppers, stitch wires, jumpers, feeders, switch wires, reinforcement feeder, by-pass feeders, feeder line, return feeders, tension line, bracing line, soldering line, by-pass connection wire, connection wire for earth, connection feeders and cables. This specification also includes wires for negative and positive feeder in AT system.

BN apply several types of lines with different functions. These have different names according to the function they have in the power grid system.

Generally these part of a structure or circuit whose specific purpose of carrying electrical current, usually consisting of either a strand or several twisted strands in electrical contact.

2 FUNCTIONAL REQUIREMENTS

2.1 General requirements

2.1.1 Additional information

a) Insulation: Insulation level used in BNs overhead contact lines systems are stated in the table below:

Insulation levels
Components U0
[kV]
U (Um)
[kV]
U
[kV]
Medium voltage cables 18 30 (36) - 36
Return line 0,45 - 0,75
Earth wires and connection feeders 0,45 - 0,75

b) Normative standards: All cables shall be made in accordance to the product standards from NEK, CENELEC or IEC. BN may specify a specific standard if required for individual items. In some cases we also use DIN standards.

c) Four letter code: For a description of wire and cable insulation structure and designations, the four letter code shall be applied. This code is described in this document General.

  1. The Contractor's interpretation of the four letter code shall be provided by the offer (or as the basis for technical approval).

2.2 Special tools

a) Lines, strands, feeders and cables shall be installed without the use of special tools.

  1. If special tools are needed, it shall be announced with any offer, and the special tool(s) shall be included in every delivery.
  2. If necessary the Contractor shall provide procedure(s) with instructions for the use of special tools.
  3. Special tools shall be designed not to damage lines, strands, feeders and cables. There should be no reduction of quality or function. Special attention should be paid to contact wires.

2.3 Labels

a) Insulated lines and cables shall be marked at every tenth meter with:

  • the date (minimum month and year) for the production batch,
  • the name of the manufacturer,
  • the cross section area of conductor(s),
  • the type of cable.

b) The labels shall be durable and readable during the whole life cycle, and should not reduce the quality of the line/cable.

c) Drums with cables or lines shall be marked with:

  • the name of the manufacturer,
  • the drum number,
  • the designation of the line/cable,
  • the length,
  • the cross section area,
  • information about the material(s), any catalogue number.

d) On request synthetic DNA (SmartWater, selectaDNA or similar method with a traceable system) shall be applied to lines, strands and cables. Other methods for protection may be agreed.

2.4 Drums

a) Preferred drums for delivery to BN are the common Swedish, Finish and Norwegian K-drums.

b) The drums shall be in good condition and bolts firmly tightened when winded and on delivery.

c) The drums shall be closed for transportation.

d) Preferred sizes of drums to fit unwinding tools used in BN:

Product Max drum size
contact wire and catenary wire K11 alternatively F14 acc. DIN 46139
droppers and insulated copper conductors K6
aluminium, copper and bronze conductors K14
Medium voltage cable K22

2.5 Package of lines, strands, feeders and cables

a) Practical delivery lengths shall be specified and may have a tolerance in length of -0 m, +20 m.

  1. If not otherwise stated the delivery shall be on drums with an inner diameter of 0,80 m.
  2. The inner end of the line/cable shall be accessible on the outer side of the drum and the first mark indicating the length shall be visible.
  3. The windings of the line/cable shall be smoothly and closely laid to avoid kinks.
  4. Contact wire only: The contact wire shall be winded with an elevation angle of 35 degrees with reference to the drum and with a layer of pasteboard between each layer of contact wire.

2.5.1 Preferred delivery lengths

a) Upon delivery of wires and cables the following delivery should be used, see table below:

Means of delivery
Product Delivery on Drums Delivery in bundles Length [m]
Contact wire X 1600
or in accordance with order
Catenary wire X 1600
or in accordance with order
Stitch wire X 1600
Dropper X 500
Electrical connections X 500
Feeders to switches X 375
Feeding wires X Depends of cross section area
By-pass line X 800
Wires for AT system X 1200
Return feeder X 1200
Insulated earth wire X 500
Feeding cables X Depends of cross section area
Cables for AT system X Depends of cross section area
Return cables X Depends of cross section area
Tensioning wire for weight X 250
or in accordance with order


2.5.2 Mechanical joints

The requirements stated here applies only to overhead lines.

a) The joints shall preserve the current carrying capacity and damaging heating shall be avoided.

b) The joint shall be smooth without fractures. The single joints of a line or wire shall have a spread of 20 m or more.

c) The contact wire shall be without joints.

d) Testing of contact wire shall be performed according to EN 50149.

2.6 Documentation

a) The products shall be CE-marked

b) Electric cables shall have fire classification in accordance with COMMISSION DELEGATED REGULATION (EU) 2016/364 and a classification equal to or better than Eca (for classification D or better the following parameters applies additionally, s2a2 i.e. Dcas2a2).

c) The Contractor shall provide documentation for the components (i.e. performance, drawings, measures and tolerances, handling, test procedures etc.).

  1. The documents shall be available for BN on request.
  2. The Contractor shall retain documentation for at least 10 years.

d) The Contractor shall provide product data sheets for every component offered.

e) The Contractor shall provide a copy of any test certificate.

f) Guides for handling and installation shall be available in Norwegian.

g) Test protocols from routine tests shall be available for each production batch or drum,

  1. Any explicit request for test shall be included (i.e. contact wire, tensile test for tensile line etc.).

3 TECHNICAL REQUIREMENTS AND MATERIAL PROPERTIES FOR WIRES, LINES AND CABLES

3.1 General

In the column Process the following codes may be present (i.e. KGM, AHF etc):

  1. letter: A=aluminium, K=copper/bronze
  2. letter: G=annealed, H=hard-drawn
  3. letter: E=single strand, F=limited number of strands, M=many strands (flexible cable)

In the column Type for insulated conductors of copper or aluminium the following codes may be present (i.e. IX, IXXI, PN, RQ, TSLE etc.)

  1. letter: I=flame retardant polymer, P=polyvinylchloride, R=EP rubber, T=PEX (cross-bound PE)
  2. letter: N=X=void, Q=zero halogen, S=fill/wrapping
  3. letter: L=aluminium, X=void
  4. letter: E=polyethylene/polypropylene, I=flame retardant polymer, P=polyvinylchloride

3.2 Contact wires

The contact wire is suspended over the track and makes electrical contact with the current collector of a locomotive.

a) Material: The contact wire is made of electrolytic hard drawn copper or copper/silver alloy.

  1. The contact wire shall have a defined profile in accordance to EN 50149, type A.
  2. The contact wire shall be in one length without joints.

b) Preferred types: The preferred type and range of use in BNs infrastructure is stated in the table beneath.

Contact wire
Type Nominal cross
section area
Outer
diameter
Weight Material Process Standards F.no.
EN 50149 – AC-100 – Cu-ETP 100 mm² 12,0 mm 8,9 N/m or 0,89 kg/m Cu (copper) electrolytic, hard-drawn EN 50149,
EN 50119
EN 50149 – AC-100 – CuAg0,1 100 mm² 12,0 mm 8,9 N/m or 0,89 kg/m CuAg (copper/silver) electrolytic, hard-drawn
EN 50149 – AC-120 – Cu-ETP 120 mm² 13,2 mm 10,70 N/m Cu (copper) electrolytic, hard-drawn
EN 50149 – AC-120 – CuAg0,1 120 mm² 13,2 mm 10,70 N/m CuAg (copper/silver) electrolytic, hard-drawn
All wires in lines above Maximum resistivity: 0,017593•10-6 Ωm @ 20 °C

3.3 Hard drawn bronze conductors (KHF)

Hard drawn bronze conductors are used in several types of feeder constellations and cross section areas in BNs overhead contact line systems.

a) Material: The conductors shall be made of right laid strands of hard drawn bronze wire in accordance with DIN 48201-2

  1. The catenary wire may be insulated.

b) Preferred types: The preferred type and range of use in BNs infrastructure is stated in the table beneath.

Bronze conductor
Type Nominal cross
section area
Outer
diameter
Strand
diameter
Number of
strands
Weight Material Process Insulation Used in OCL design Standards F.no.
DIN 48201 – 10 – Bz II 10 mm² 4,5 mm 0,5 mm 49 0,89 N/m Bronze braided --- All DIN 48200-2, DIN 48201-2,
DIN 48203-2
DIN 48201 – 25 – Bz II 25 mm² 6,3 mm 2,10 mm 7 2,18 N/m Bronze Right-laid --- 20
DIN 48201 – 35 – Bz II 35 mm² 7,5 mm 2,50 mm 7 3,10 N/m Bronze Right-laid --- 25
DIN 48201 – 50 – Bz II 50 mm² 9,0 mm 1,80 mm 19 4,37 N/m Bronze Right-laid --- 20
DIN 48201 – 50 – Bz II
insulated
50 mm² ≥ 11,25 mm 1,80 mm 19 4,8 N/m Bronze Right-laid HDPE,
15 kV
20
DIN 48201 – 70 – Bz II 70 mm² 10,5 mm 2,10 mm 19 5,96 N/m Bronze Right-laid --- 25
DIN 48201 – 70 – Bz II
insulated
70 mm² ≥ 12,75 mm 2,10 mm 19 5,96 N/m Bronze Right-laid HDPE,
15 kV
25
DIN 48201 – 95 – Bz II 95 mm² 12,5 mm 2,50 mm 19 8,29 N/m Bronze Right-laid ---
DIN 48201 – 150 – Bz II 150 mm² 15,8 mm 2,25 mm 37 13,12 N/m Bronze Right-laid ---

3.4 Annealed copper conductors (KGF or KGM)

Annealed copper conductors are used in several types of feeder constellations and cross section areas in BNs overhead contact line systems.

a) Material: The conductor shall be made of right laid strands of annealed copper wire in accordance with DIN 48200-2

  1. If necessary due to corrugation between different types of metals the uninsulated conductor can be equipped with plastic insulation in purpose of dividing different types of metals.
  2. Conductors specified to be insulated shall be equipped with materials capable to withstand specified voltage as described in the table.

b) Preferred types: The preferred type and range of use in BNs infrastructure is stated in the table beneath.

Copper conductor
Type Nominal cross
section area
Outer
diameter
Strand
diameter
Number of
strands
Weight Material Process Insulation Standards F.no.
DIN 48201 – 50 – Cu 50 mm2 9,0 mm 3,0 mm 7 4,38 N/m Copper Annealed, KGF - DIN 48200-1, DIN 48201-1,
EN 48203-1
DIN 48201 – 70 – Cu 70 mm2 9,8 mm 2,25 mm 19 5,79 N/m Copper Annealed, KGF -
DIN 48201 – 95 – Cu 95 mm2 12,6 mm 2,52 mm 19 4,74 N/m Copper Annealed, KGF -
DIN 43138 – 70 – Cu 70 mm2 13 mm 0,70 mm ~ 189 6,8 N/m Copper Annealed, Bundled, KGM - DIN 43138
DIN 43138 – 95 – Cu 95 mm2 14,7 mm 0,70 mm ~ 259 9,35 N/m Copper Annealed, Bundled, KGM -
DIN 48201 – 150 – Cu 150 mm2 15,8 mm 2,25 mm 37 13,37 N/m Copper Annealed, KGF - DIN 48200-1, DIN 48201-1,
EN 48203-1
DIN 48201 – 150 – Cu 150 mm2 15,8 mm 2,25 mm 37 13,37 N/m Copper Hard-drawn, KHF -
IEC 60228 – 35 – Cu
transparent
35 mm2 8,5 mm
+ insulation
0,10 mm ≈ 4500 3,65 N/m Copper Annealed, KGM PVC, 1-12 kV IEC 60228
IEC 60228 – 50 – Cu 50 mm2 12 mm 0,28 mm ≈ 805 4,54 N/m Copper Annealed, KGM - IEC 60228
Note 1
IEC 60228 – 70 – Cu 70 mm2 9,5 mm 0,25 mm ≈ 1450 6,36 N/m Copper Annealed, KGM -
IEC 60228 – 70 – Cu
Black
70 mm2 9,5 mm
+ insulation
0,25 mm ≈ 1450 6,8 N/m Copper Annealed, KGM PVC, 1-12 kV
IEC 60228 – 50 – Cu
Orange
50 mm2 12,5 mm 0,28 mm ≈ 805 4,8 N/m Copper Annealed, KGM PVC, 15 kV
IEC 60228 – 70 – Cu
Orange
70 mm2 13,5 mm 0,25 mm ≈ 1450 6,8 N/m Copper Annealed, KGM PVC, 15 kV
Note 1: A small number of the strands may have a greater diameter and constitutes a braid protecting the conductor.

3.5 Insulated copper conductors (KGF og KGM)

Insulated copper conductors are used in several types of feeder constellations and cross section areas in BNs overhead contact line systems.

a) Materials: The conductor shall be made of right laid strands of annealed copper wire in accordance with EN 13602

b) Preferred types: The preferred type and range of use in BNs infrastructure is stated in the table beneath.

Insulated copper conductor
Type Nominal cross
section area
Outer
diameter
Number of
strands
Weight Material Process Insulation Flame retardant,
zero halogen
Standards F.no.
IX 50/19 Cu Yellow/green 50 mm2 12,0 mm 19 4,61 N/m Copper Annealed, KGF 750 V FR ZH IEC 60332-1,
IEC 60754-1,
IEC 61034
IX 70/19 Cu Yellow/green 70 mm2 14,0 mm 19 6,87 N/m Copper Annealed, KGM 750 V FR ZH
IX 95/19 Cu Yellow/green 95 mm2 16,0 mm 19 9,62 N/m Copper Annealed, KGM 750 V FR ZH
PN 70/19 Cu Black 70 mm2 14,5 mm 19 7,0 N/m Copper Annealed, KGF 750 V FR IEC 60332-1,
EN 50525-2-31,
DIN 48201-1
PN 95/19 Cu Black 95 mm2 16,7 mm 19 8,9 N/m Copper Annealed, KGF 750 V FR
PN 70/19 Cu Black 70 mm2 14,5 mm 19 7,0 N/m Copper Annealed, KGF 750 V FR
PN 150/37 Cu Black 150 mm2 18,0 mm 37 14,0 N/m Copper Annealed, KGF 750 V FR
IX 95/19 Cu Black 95 mm2 16,7 mm 19 8,9 N/m Copper Annealed, KGM 750 V FR ZH IEC 60332-1,
IEC 60754-1,
IEC 61034
IX 150/37 Cu Black 150 mm2 18,0 mm 37 14,0 N/m Copper Annealed, KGM 750 V FR ZH

3.6 Hard drawn aluminium conductors (AHF)

Hard drawn aluminium conductors are used in several types of feeder constellations and cross section areas in BNs overhead contact line systems.

a) Material: The conductor shall be made of right laid strands of hard drawn aluminium wire in accordance with EN 50182.

b) Preferred types: The preferred type and range of use in BNs infrastructure is stated in the table beneath.

Aluminium wire
Type Nominal cross
section area
Outer
diameter
Strand
diameter
Number of
strands
Weight Material Process Standards F.no.
239-AL1 - 243-AL1 238,2 - 242,5 mm2 20,0 - 20,3 mm 2,25 - 4,0 mm 19 - 61 6,4 - 6,6 N/m Aluminium Hard-drawn, AHF EN 50182
381-AL1 - 400AL1 380,8 - 400,1 mm2 25,3 - 26,0 mm 2,89 - 3,62 mm 37 - 61 10,3 - 10,9 N/m Aluminium Hard-drawn, AHF

3.7 Insulated aluminium conductors (AHF)

Insulated aluminium conductors are used in several types of feeder constellations and cross section areas in BNs overhead contact line systems.

a) Material: The conductor shall be made of right laid strands of hard drawn aluminium wire in accordance with the description stated in the table beneath.

b) Preferred types: The preferred type and range of use in BNs infrastructure is stated in the table beneath.

Insulated aluminium conductor/cable
Type Nominal cross
section area
Screen cross
section area
Outer
diameter
Strand
diameter
Number of
strands
Weight Material Process Insulation Flame retardant,
zero halogen
Standards F.no.
TXXX 240/61 AHF 240 mm2 - 25,2 mm 2,25 mm 61 9,1 N/m Aluminium Hard-drawn, AHF 750 V ZH IEC 60754-1,
IEC 61034
TXXX 240/37 AHF 240 mm2 - 25,2 mm 2,9 mm 37 9,1 N/m Aluminium Hard-drawn, AHF 750 V ZH
IXXX 240/61 AHF 240 mm2 - 25,2 mm 2,25 mm 61 9,1 N/m Aluminium Hard-drawn, AHF 750 V FR ZH IEC 60332-1,
IEC 60754-1,
IEC 61034
IXXX 240/37 AHF 240 mm2 - 25,2 mm 2,9 mm 37 9,1 N/m Aluminium Hard-drawn, AHF 750 V FR ZH
TXXP 240/61 AHF 240 mm2 - 25,2 mm 2,25 mm 61 9,1 N/m Aluminium Hard-drawn, AHF 750 V FR IEC 60332-1
TXXP 240/37 AHF 240 mm2 - 25,2 mm 2,9 mm 37 9,1 N/m Aluminium Hard-drawn, AHF 750 V FR
TXXI 240/61 AHF 240 mm2 - 25,2 mm 2,25 mm 61 9,1 N/m Aluminium Hard-drawn, AHF 750 V FR ZH IEC 60332-1,
IEC 60754-1,
IEC 61034
TXXI 240/37 AHF 240 mm2 - 25,2 mm 2,9 mm 37 9,1 N/m Aluminium Hard-drawn, AHF 750 V FR ZH
IX 50 Al Black 50 mm2 - 12 mm - 1, 7 or 19 1,5 N/m Aluminium Annealed, AGE/AGF 750 V FR ZH IEC 60332-1,
IEC 60754-1,
IEC 61034
IX 50 Al Yellow/Green 50 mm2 - 12 mm - 1, 7 or 19 1,5 N/m Aluminium Annealed, AGE/AGF 750 V FR ZH
IX 50 Al Yellow/Green/Blue 50 mm2 - 12 mm - 1, 7 or 19 1,5 N/m Aluminium Annealed, AGE/AGF 750 V FR ZH
IX 95 Al Black 95 mm2 - 15 mm - 1, 7 or 19 3 N/m Aluminium Annealed, AGE/AGF 750 V FR ZH
IX 95 Al Yellow/Green 95 mm2 - 15 mm - 1, 7 or 19 3 N/m Aluminium Annealed, AGE/AGF 750 V FR ZH
IX 95 Al Yellow/Green/Blue 95 mm2 - 15 mm - 1, 7 or 19 3 N/m Aluminium Annealed, AGE/AGF 750 V FR ZH
IX 150 Al Black 150 mm2 - 18 mm - 1, 7 or 19 4,4 N/m Aluminium Annealed, AGE/AGF 750 V FR ZH
IX 150 Al Yellow/Green 150 mm2 - 18 mm - 1, 7 or 19 4,4 N/m Aluminium Annealed, AGE/AGF 750 V FR ZH
IX 150 Al Yellow/Green/Blue 150 mm2 - 18 mm - 1, 7 or 19 4,4 N/m Aluminium Annealed, AGE/AGF 750 V FR ZH
IX FlexAlum 95 Al Yellow/green 95 mm2 - - Aluminium Annealed, AGM 750 V FR ZH
IX FlexAlum 120 Al Yellow/Green 120 mm2 - - Aluminium Annealed, AGM 750 V FR ZH
IX FlexAlum 150 Al Yellow/Green 150 mm2 - - Aluminium Annealed, AGM 750 V FR ZH
IX FlexAlum 95 Al Black 95 mm2 - - Aluminium Annealed, AGM 750 V FR ZH
IX FlexAlum 120 Al Black 120 mm2 - - Aluminium Annealed, AGM 750 V FR ZH
IX FlexAlum 150 Al Black 150 mm2 - - Aluminium Annealed, AGM 750 V FR ZH

3.8 Steel wires

Steel wires are used in several types of constellations and cross section areas in BNs overhead contact line systems.

a) Material: The steel wires shall be constructed in accordance with the description stated in the table beneath.

b) Preferred types: The preferred type and range of use in BNs infrastructure is stated in the table beneath.

Steel wire
Type Nominal cross
section area
Outer
diameter
Strand
diameter
Number of
strands
Weight Ultimate
strengt
Yield
strengt
Material Process "System" Standards F.no.
50/175
w/bitumen
50 mm2 9,5 mm 0,60 mm 175 4,7 N/m 74000 N Steel, hot dip galvanized
w/ bitumen and fibres
Right-laid 35, 20, 25
60/222
w/bitumen
60 mm2 13,0 mm 0,60 mm 222 6,7 N/m Steel, hot dip galvanized
w/ bitumen and fibres
Right-laid 20
16/133 16 mm2 6,0 mm 0,40 mm 133 1,4 N/m 18000 N 1570 N/mm2 Stainless steel Right-laid 20, 25 EN 12385-4
30/7 30 mm2 7,0 mm 2,30 mm 7 2,2 N/m 38000 N 1370 N/mm2 Steel, hot dip galvanized Right-laid 35 EN 12385-4
Note 1
50/19 50 mm2 9,0 mm 1,8 mm 19 3,8 N/m 63000 N 1370 N/mm2 Steel, hot dip galvanized Right-laid 20
70/19 70 mm2 11,0 mm 2,15 mm 19 5,4 N/m 90000 N 1370 N/mm2 Steel, hot dip galvanized Right-laid 20, 25
80/19 80 mm2 11,5 mm 2,30 mm 19 6,1 N/m 113600 N 1420 N/mm2 Steel, hot dip galvanized Right-laid 35
95/19 95 mm2 12,8 mm 2,55 mm 19 7,5 N/m 126000 N 1370 N/mm2 Steel, hot dip galvanized Right-laid 20, 25
Note 1: Minimum deposit of zinc: 200 g/m2

3.9 Cables (medium voltage)

Medium voltage cables are used in several types of feeder constellations and cross section areas in BNs overhead contact line systems.

a) Materials: The cables conductor shall be made of right laid strands of hard drawn aluminium wire in accordance with IEC 60288.

b) Insulation: Medium voltage cables shall be produced according to IEC 60502-2 for insulation level U0/U(Um) = 18/30(36) kV.

c) Preferred types: The preferred type and range of use in BNs infrastructure is stated in the table beneath.

Insulated aluminium conductor/cable
Type Nominal cross
section area
Screen cross
section area
Outer
diameter
[mm]
Weight
[N/m]
Material Process Insulation Flame retardent,
zero halogen
Standards F.no.
TSLI 240 AHF, 36 kV 240 mm2 ≥ 35 mm2

Note 2

≈44,0 ≈19 Aluminium Hard-drawn, AHF 36 kV ZH HD620 S2,
IEC 60502-2,
IEC 60228,
IEC 60754-1,
IEC 61034
Note 1
TSLI 400 AHF, 36 kV 400 mm2 ≥ 35 mm2

Note 2

≈51,0 ≈26 Aluminium Hard-drawn, AHF 36 kV ZH
TSLI 630 AHF, 36 kV 630 mm2 ≥ 50 mm2

Note 2

≈57,0 ≈35 Aluminium Hard-drawn, AHF 36 kV ZH
TSLE 240 AHF, 36 kV 240 mm2 ≥ 35 mm2

Note 2

≈44,0 ≈19 Aluminium Hard-drawn, AHF 36 kV ZH HD620 S2,
IEC 60502-2,
IEC 60228,
IEC 60754-1,
IEC 61034
Note 1
TSLE 400 AHF, 36 kV 400 mm2 ≥ 35 mm2

Note 2

≈51,0 ≈26 Aluminium Hard-drawn, AHF 36 kV ZH
TSLE 630 AHF, 36 kV 630 mm2 ≥ 50 mm2

Note 2

≈57,0 ≈35 Aluminium Hard-drawn, AHF 36 kV ZH
Note 1: The insulated conductor shall be reinforced to withstand the strain at the fixing points of a suspended installation (circular cable shape).
Span lengths will be limited to approx. 60 m, and the maximum tension in fixing points will be limited to 15 kN.

Note 2: The cable screen shall be made of copper.

4 REFERENCES AND STANDARDS

Standard Specifications
DIN 43138 Flexible Seile für Fahrleitungsanlagen und Rückleitungen
Flexible cables for overhead equipment and return current
DIN 48200-1 Drähte für Leitungsseile; Drähte aus Kupfer
Copper wires for stranded conductors
DIN 48200-2 Drähte für Leitungsseile; Drähte aus Kupfer-Knetlegierungen (Bz)
Bronze wires for stranded conductors
DIN 48200-7 Drähte für Leitungsseile; Drähte aus Stahlkupfer (Staku)
Copper clad steel wires for stranded conductors
DIN 48201-1 Leitungsseile - Seile aus Kupfer
Copper stranded conductors
DIN 48201-2 Leitungsseile; Seile aus Kupfer-Knetlegierungen (Bz)
Bronze stranded conductors
DIN 48203-1 Drähte und Seile für Leitungen aus Kupfer; Technische Lieferbedingungen
Copper wires and copper stranded conductors; technical delivery conditions
DIN 48203-2 Drähte und Seile für Leitungen aus Kupfer-Knetlegierungen (Bz); Technische Lieferbedingungen
Wrought copper alloy (Bz) wires and conductors; technical delivery conditions
EN 12385-4 Steel wire ropes - Safety - Part 4: Stranded ropes for general lifting applications
EN 13602 Copper and copper alloys - Drawn, round copper wire for the manufacture of electrical conductors
EN 50119 Railway applications - Fixed installations - Electric traction overhead contact lines
EN 50149 Railway applications - Fixed installations - Electric traction - Copper and copper alloy grooved contact wires
EN 50182 Conductors for overhead lines - Round wire concentric lay stranded conductors
EN 50525-2-31 Electric cables - Low voltage energy cables of rated voltages up to and including 450/750 V (U0/U) -- Part 2-31: Cables for general applications - Single core non-sheathed cables with thermoplastic PVC insulation
HD620 S2 Distribution cables with extruded insulation for rated voltages from 3,6/6 (7,2) kV up to and including 20,8/36 (42) kV.
IEC 60228 Conductors of insulated cables
IEC 60332-1 Tests on electric and optical fibre cables under fire conditions, Test for vertical flame propagation for a single insulated wire or cable – Apparatus
IEC 60332-3 Tests on electric and optical fibre cables under fire conditions, Test for vertical flame spread of vertically-mounted bunched wires or cables – Apparatus
IEC 60502-2 Power cables with extruded insulation and their accessories for rated voltages from 1 kV (Um = 1,2 kV) up to 30 kV (Um = 36 kV) — Part 2: Cables for rated voltages form 6 kV (Um = 7,2 kV) up to 30 kV (Um = 36 kV)
IEC 60754-1 Test on gases evolved during combustion of materials from cables, Determination of the halogen acid gas content
IEC 60754-2 Test on gases evolved during combustion of materials from cables, Determination of acidity (by pH measurement) and conductivity
IEC 61034 Measurement of smoke density of cables burning under defined conditions
IEC 61089 Round wire concentric lay overhead electrical stranded conductors

5 TERMS – ENGLISH / NORWEGIAN

English Norwegian
contact wire kontakttråd
catenary wire bæreline
stitch wire y-line
droppers hengetråd

6 CHECKLIST

Checklist to be filled out by supplier
Requirement Fulfilled
(Yes/No)
Supplier's
reference
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2 FUNCTIONAL REQUIREMENTS
2.1 General requirements
2.1.1 Additional information
2.2 Special tools
2.3 Labels
2.4 Drums
2.5 Package of lines, strands, feeders and cables
2.5.1 Preferred delivery lengths
2.5.2 Mechanical joints
2.6 Documentation
3 TECHNICAL REQUIREMENTS AND MATERIAL PROPERTIES FOR WIRES, LINES AND CABLES
3.2 Contact Wire
3.3 Hard drawn bronze conductors (KHF)
3.4 Annealed copper conductors (KGF or KGM)
3.5 Insulated copper conductors (KGF or KGM)
3.6 Hard drawn aluminium conductors (AHF)
3.7 Insulated aluminium conductors (AHF)
3.8 Steel wires
3.9 Cables (medium voltage)