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ICEA T-31-610

TEST METHOD FOR CONDUCTING LONGITUDINAL WATER PENETRATION RESISTANCE TESTS ON BLOCKED CONDUCTORS

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Organization: ICEA
Publication Date: 1 January 2018
Status: active
Page Count: 12
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This test method provides for qualification and production test procedures for determining the effectiveness of water blocking components incorporated into the interstices of the stranded and insulated conductor as an impediment to longitudinal water penetration into the conductor. Cables qualified under previous editions of T-31-610 do not need to be retested.

Document History

ICEA T-31-610
January 1, 2018
TEST METHOD FOR CONDUCTING LONGITUDINAL WATER PENETRATION RESISTANCE TESTS ON BLOCKED CONDUCTORS
This test method provides for qualification and production test procedures for determining the effectiveness of water blocking components incorporated into the interstices of the stranded and...
January 28, 2014
TEST METHOD FOR CONDUCTING LONGITUDINAL WATER PENETRATION RESISTANCE TESTS ON BLOCKED CONDUCTORS
This test method provides for qualification and production test procedures for determining the effectiveness of water blocking components incorporated into the interstices of the stranded and...
October 31, 2007
TEST METHOD FOR CONDUCTING LONGITUDINAL WATER PENERTRATION RESISTANCE TESTS ON BLOCKED CONDUCTORS
This test method provides for qualification and production test procedures for determining the effectiveness of water blocking components incorporated into the interstices of the stranded and...
July 1, 1994
A LONGITUDINAL WATER PENETRATION RESISTANCE TEST FOR SEALED CONDUCTOR
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