Aluminum alloy power cable interlocking armoring process
The interlocking armor is a single-layer armored structure, which is characterized in that the aluminum alloy power cable strip is pre-pressed into an "S" type curved surface and is rotated around the core of the core with the core as a center, and the "S" curved surface of each section is itself They are interlocked to form a self-locking armor layer.
The armored belt adopts 5000 series aluminum alloy power cable belt, which has good forming and processing properties, high strength, especially high fatigue resistance, corrosion resistance, and weldability, but poor cutting performance.
In addition to the equipment factors, the performance of the alloy strip material, the section geometry, the size, and the fastening gap are the key technologies in the armoring process. It is required that the armor pitch is uniform, even and flat, no cracking, no peeling, and can withstand armoring. Detection. Mold design and processing, adjustment of mold stations and tensions, and the accumulation of experience of operators are very important.