Short Course: High Voltage Cable Splicing and TerminationDate Posted: 8/9/2017
(Registration/Application is on-going! The class will begin on Aug. 30 until Sep. 1.)
For inquiries, call 633-3623, email firstname.lastname@example.org, or text 0927-2687116 / 0939-8398314. You can also pre-register here.
Course Description: This course equips the participants with essential knowledge and skills on proper cable preparation, splicing, and termination. The course is perfect for new and experienced electricians and technicians who install, maintain, repair or troubleshoot 5-35 kV solid dielectric power cables. Relevant demonstrations and practical, hands on activities on cable preparation and proper taping technique are included for optimal skills learning.
Course Duration: 3 days
Use tools such as cable stripper, various types of crimping tools (hydraulic crimper, manual crimper, battery operated crimper)
Prepare cable for splicing utilizing hand tools, abrasives and solvents
Install taped, molded heat shrink splices on tape-shielded and jacketed concentric(JCN) cables
Install taped, cold shrink, heat shrink, and molded elbow terminations
Cable Testing using a DC HI-Pot from 5kV-35kV to proof-test terminations and splices performed in workshop
Insulation Testing of cable up to 10kV
Identify the causes of splice and termination failures
OSHA safety requirements regarding medium voltage cable splicing and termination
Pre-requisite skills: Fundamentals of electricity gained thru study or work experience