Silane XLPE compound of Sioplas method is a type of insulation material used for cables. It is made by grafting silane onto polyethylene (PE) molecules, which results in a cross-linked polyethylene material (XLPE). The Sioplas method is a specific way of producing XLPE, which involves adding a catalyst to the PE and then extruding the material through a cross-linking reactor. This process results in a material with improved mechanical, electrical, and thermal properties compared to regular PE.
YJ-35 peroxide XLPE insulation compound is a type of XLPE insulation material that is suitable for medium voltage (MV) cables up to 35kV. It is made using the peroxide cross-linking method, which involves adding a peroxide catalyst to the PE and then heating the material to initiate cross-linking. The resulting material has improved thermal and electrical properties compared to regular PE insulation. This type of insulation compound is commonly used in the power transmission and distribution industry for medium voltage cables.