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5/16” (8.26 mm) Monoconductor 1N32-S77 Corrosion Resistant

5/16” (8.26 mm) Monoconductor 1N32-S77 Corrosion Resistant

PROPERTIES:

Cable Diameter: 0.322” +0.005” - 0.002” (8.18mm + 0.13mm -0.05mm)
Minimum Sheave Diameter: 18” (46 cm)
Cable Stretch Coefficient: 1.6 ft/Kft/Klbs (1.35 m/Km/5KN)

ELECTRICAL:

Maximum Conductor Voltage: 1,500 VDC
Conductor AWG Rating: 15
Minimum Insulation Resistance: 1,500 MegaΩ/Kft @ 500VDC (457 MegaΩ/Km @ 500VDC)
Armor Electrical Resistance: 11.2 Ω/Kft (36.7 Ω/Km)

MECHANICAL:

Cable Breaking Strength:
Ends Fixed: 10,200 lbs (45.4 KN) Nominal
Maximum Suggested Working Tension: 5,100 lbs (22.7 KN)
Number and Size of Wires:
Inner Armor 12 x 0.0445” (1.130 mm)
Outer Armor 18 x 0.0445” (1.130 mm)
Average Wire Breaking Strength:
Inner Armor 373.4 lbs (1.66 KN)
Outer Armor 373.4 lbs (1.66 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
1N32WTZ-S77See
Below
ETFE0.0175
0.444
19x0.0142
19x0.361
3.2
10.8
45
148
0.155
3.937
198
294
163
243
See
Below
FEP0.0245
0.622
19x0.0142
19x0.361
3.2
10.5
45
148
0.120
3.048
198
294
163
243
  • Insulation is rated to 500° F. Armor wires are rated to 425° F at medium levels of H2S & CO2.
  • The armor wires are made of a corrosion resistant alloy steel. Wires are preformed.
  • The nickel coated copper wires are made according to the ASTMB355 Class 10 and they are used to increase corrosion protection.
  • Core assembly – Copper strand consists of a total of nineteen wires. 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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