NPFC - KSC-STD-132
POTTING AND MOLDING ELECTRICAL CABLE ASSEMBLY TERMINATIONS, STANDARD FOR
|Publication Date:||5 September 2019|
The purpose of this document is to establish a standard process for potting and molding electrical cable assembly terminations using epoxy-resin potting compositions and elastomeric dielectric compounds.
This standard describes the materials and methods to be used in potting and molding electrical cable assembly terminations with epoxy-resin potting compositions and elastomeric dielectric compounds and describes the facilities and equipment required to perform the potting and molding processes. The standard dimensional requirements for potting and molding specific types of cable assemblies are specified in Appendix A. Appendix B is a Guideline for Fabricating Molds Used with Elastomeric Compounds to Mold Electrical Connectors and Cable Sheaths.
This standard is intended to be used in the establishment of uniform engineering practices and methods and to ensure the inclusion of essential requirements in the fabrication of electrical... View More
This standard is intended to be used in the establishment of uniform engineering practices and methods and to ensure the inclusion of essential requirements in the fabrication of electrical terminations for cables used in instrumentation and control systems of facilities, systems, and equipment used to support the operations of test, checkout, servicing, and launch of space vehicles and payloads at KSC.
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