Bis Certification For Specification for Elastomer Insulated Cables Part 2 For Working Voltages From 3.3 kV Up to and Including 33 kV

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Bis Certification For Specification for Elastomer Insulated Cables Part 2 For Working Voltages From 3.3 kV Up to and Including 33 kV

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The ISI Certification (BIS) for Elastomer Insulated Cables (3.3-33kV) under IS 9968 Part 2 is a crucial standard mandated by the Ministry of Commerce and Industry

BIS Certification For Specification for Elastomer Insulated Cables Part 2 For Working Voltages From 3.3 kV Up to and Including 33 kV IS 9968 (Part 2)

Introduction:

The ISI Certification (BIS) for Elastomer Insulated Cables (3.3-33kV) under IS 9968 Part 2 is a crucial standard mandated by the Ministry of Commerce and Industry, Department for Promotion of Industry and Internal Trade. This ISI stamp of approval means that cable makers have to nail their quality and testing game, making sure the Elastomer Insulated Cables can handle the heat when it comes to powering up different spots safely.

Tests Carried Out:

  1. Cu Purity Test: We test the copper's purity in our cables to make sure they conduct electricity really well and work like a charm.

  2. High Voltage Test: Evaluates the cable's insulation against high voltage stresses to prevent breakdowns during operation.

  3. Partial Discharge Test: Detects any partial discharge within the cable insulation, indicating potential insulation weaknesses.

  4. Tape, Centre & Fillers: Checks the integrity of tape, center, and filler materials used in cable construction.

  5. Screening: To avoid any hitches from electromagnetic interference, it's crucial to have a tight screening process in place.

  6. Laying up of Cores: Assesses the arrangement and positioning of cable cores for optimal performance.

  7. Persulphate Test: Determines the presence of persulphates, which can affect cable performance.

  8. Annealing Test (For Copper): Validates the thermal stability and conductivity of copper conductors.

  9. Tensile Test (Aluminium): Measures the tensile strength of aluminum conductors to ensure durability.

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 ISI Certification for Elastomer Insulated Cables (3.3-33kV) ensures adherence to stringent quality standards and testing procedures, essential for reliable electrical infrastructure. Through comprehensive testing and evaluation, manufacturers guarantee the safety, reliability, and performance of these cables, crucial for various applications.

FAQs:
What makes ISI Certification crucial for cables with elastomer insulation?

Bagging an ISI Certification means a product has nailed the government's quality checks, making sure our electrical stuff is both safe and solid.

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

If you don't play by the rules, expect to get hit with fines or even have your products pulled off shelves – both of which can really drag down your company's good name and its chances in the marketplace.

What part does EVTL Private Limited take in the process of certification?

EVTL Private Limited plays by the book, making sure companies nail those Indian standards and smoothes out the whole certification deal with top-notch advice every step of the way. 

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