A semi-conductive conductor is a material used in the construction of cables that helps to manage the flow of electricity by distributing the electric field evenly across the surface of the cable. It helps to reduce the risk of electrical breakdown and ensures that the cable functions safely and efficiently.
XLPE (cross-linked polyethylene) is a thermoset material that is widely used in the insulation of high-voltage power cables. It offers excellent electrical properties, good thermal stability, and high resistance to moisture and chemicals.
The 101B silane XLPE compound is a type of XLPE insulation material that is cross-linked using a silane-based chemical process. This method helps to create a more uniform and stable material, resulting in better electrical performance and increased durability.