BIS Certification For Cross-Linked Polyethylene Insulated Thermoplastics Sheathed Cables - PART 3

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BIS Certification For Cross-Linked Polyethylene Insulated Thermoplastics Sheathed Cables - PART 3

Product Description

An important standard required by the Ministry of Commerce and Industry, Department for Promotion of Industry and Internal Trade, is the ISI Certification (BIS) for Cross-Linked Polyethylene Insulated Thermoplastics Sheathed Cables (66-220KV) under IS 7098 Part 3. 

BIS Certification For Cross-Linked Polyethylene Insulated Thermoplastics Sheathed Cables - IS 7098 (Part 3)

Introduction

An important standard required by the Ministry of Commerce and Industry, Department for Promotion of Industry and Internal Trade, is the ISI Certification (BIS) for Cross-Linked Polyethylene Insulated Thermoplastics Sheathed Cables (66-220KV) under IS 7098 Part 3. 

This accreditation guarantees that producers follow strict quality standards and testing protocols for these cables, which are necessary for the provision of electricity in three-phase AC-earthed systems.

Test Executed:

  1. Copper purity test: Verifies the conductor material's quality, which is essential for effective electrical transmission.

  2. Conductor Resistance: Confirms that the conductivity of the material used for the conductor satisfies performance requirements.

  3. High voltage test: To minimize failures during operation, this test assesses how well the cable's insulation withstands high voltage strains.

  4. Armour Resistance: The strength and longevity of the cable's armoring for protection against mechanical forces is determined by its armor resistance.

  5. Annealing Test: The annealing test verifies the cable's resilience to temperature changes and thermal stability.

  6. Tensile test: Evaluates the mechanical robustness and tension-resistance of the cable.

  7. Wrapping test: Testing the integrity of the insulating sheath and cable wrapping is known as a wrapping test.

  8. Insulation sheath thickness: Ensures consistent insulation thickness for best possible electrical insulation.

  9. Tensile strength and insulation and sheath elongation: Indicates the flexibility and elongation characteristics of the cable.

  10. Insulation Resistance: Evaluates the resistance of the insulation material to electrical leaks.

  11. Test for shrinkage: Determines whether the cable's components are dimensionally stable under various circumstances.

  12. Hot deformation test: To stop distortion, do a hot deformation test to see how the cable behaves at high temperatures.

  13. Heat Shock test: The cable's resilience to abrupt temperature fluctuations is evaluated using the heat shock test.

  14. Cold bend test: The cold bend test assesses the performance and flexibility of the cable at low temperatures.

  15. Cold impact test: Examines the cable's ability to withstand mechanical impact at low temperatures using the cold impact test.

  16. Thermal stability: Assures the cable won't break when exposed to high temperatures over an extended period of time.

  17. Flammability Test: The cable's resistance to fire and combustion is established by the flammability test.

  18. Flame Retardance: Evaluates how well a cable can put out a fire on its own.

  19. Temperature Index: The maximum temperature at which the cable can function safely is indicated by the temperature index.

  20. Smoke density: An important safety factor in confined places, it evaluates the quantity of smoke released in the event of a fire.

BIS Documents For Domestic and Foreign Manufacturer Checklist

BIS ISI Registration for Simplified Process

BIS ISI Mark Certification Costing And Timeline

ISI Mark Certification Timeline and costing
Note: foreign applications will be submitted through an offline process only. we can only check the grant of CML no. on the BIS portal for foreign applications

Conclusion

The Cross-Linked Polyethylene Insulated Thermoplastics Sheathed Cables ISI Certification guarantees that strict quality requirements and testing protocols are followed, which is crucial for a dependable electric supply system. The safety, dependability, and performance of these cables—which are essential for the Indian market—are guaranteed by the producers through extensive testing and assessment.

FAQs:
Why is ISI Certification important for Cross-Linked Polyethylene Cables?

Safety, dependability, and performance are guaranteed by ISI Certification, which verifies that cables fulfil stringent quality criteria established by the government.

What are the repercussions if one does not receive ISI Certification?

Penalties for non-compliance may include material confiscation and fines, which might harm one's image and ability to access markets.

What are the advantages of ISI Certification for customers and manufacturers?

While customers are guaranteed safety and standard quality products, manufacturers gain market reputation and consumer confidence.

How does EVTL Private Limited contribute to the process of certification?

Throughout the certification process, EVTL Private Limited offers direction and support, guaranteeing adherence to Indian standards and promoting efficient certification procedures.

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