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7/32" (5.69 mm) Monoconductor 1K22 MP-35N Corrosion Resistant

7/32" (5.69 mm) Monoconductor 1K22 MP-35N Corrosion Resistant

PROPERTIES:

Cable Diameter: 0.224” +0.005” - 0.002” (5.69mm + 0.13mm -0.05mm)
Minimum Sheave Diameter: 14” (36 cm)
Cable Stretch Coefficient: 2.9 ft/Kft/Klbs (3.30 m/Km/5KN)

ELECTRICAL:

Maximum Conductor Voltage: 1,200 VDC
Recommended Operating Conductor Voltage: 500 VDC
Conductor AWG Rating: 18
Minimum Insulation Resistance: 1,500 MegaΩ/Kft @ 500VDC (457 MegaΩ/Km @ 500VDC)
Armor Electrical Resistance: 22.0 Ω/Kft (72.2 Ω/Km)

MECHANICAL:

Cable Breaking Strength:
Ends Fixed: 5,200 lbs (23.0 KN) Nominal
Maximum Suggested Working Tension: 2,600 lbs (11.6 KN)
Number and Size of Wires:
Inner Armor 15 x 0.0243” (0.617 mm)
Outer Armor 15 x 0.0358” (0.909 mm)
Average Wire Breaking Strength:
Inner Armor 125 lbs (0.56 KN)
Outer Armor 272 lbs (1.21 KN)
Cable TypeCore DescriptionCable Weight
 Temp RatingPlastic TypeInsulation ThicknessCopper ConstructionRes TypicalCap TypicalO.D. EachIn AirIn H2OSpec. Gravity
 °F
°C
 in
mm
in
mm
Ω/Kft
Ω/Km
pf/ft
pf/m
in
mm
lbs/Kft
Kg/Km
1K22SA–MP-35NSee
Below
PFA0.0305
0.775
7x0.0159
7x0.404
6.7
22.0
43
141
0.108
2.743
100
149
86
128
  • Insulation is rated to 500° F. Armor wires are rated to 475° F at 100% levels of H2S + CO2.
  • The armor wires are made of UNS R30035 (MP35N), a nickel-cobalt corrosion resistant alloy steel. Wires are preformed.
  • The nickel coated copper wires are made according to ASTMB355 Class 10 and they are used to increase corrosion protection. Core assembly – Copper strand consists of six wires around one center wire. Conductor resistance is measured at 68° F. Voids in the copper strand are filled with a water-blocking agent to reduce water and gas migration.
  • SUPERSEAL, a special pressure seal agent, is applied between armor layers.
  • The temperature rating assumes a normal gradient for both temperature and weight.
  • All values shown are nominal or typical values.
  • Camesa recommends the use of a straight-pull cable head for termination of alloy cable to tool string. Conventional cable head terminations can cause stress cracking on alloy wire and are not recommended for sour service lines.

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