What is Cableizer?

Cableizer is a software package for the design of power cable systems using electrical, mechanical, thermal and environmental calculations. Being web-based you can work on Windows and Mac or on site using your tablet.

We started 2016 and are developing heavily.

We offer monthly subscriptions for a fair price.
No need to buy an expensive software with service contract.

We are a small team working in the cable business for years.

Features

Check out all the features of Cableizer such as:

  • Software guided design of cables up to 500 kV!
  • Cable calculations including cable mass, heat of combustion, mechanical forces, ..
  • System calculations of current rating and cable pulling
  • Environmental calculations incl. magnetic fields and soil temperature rise
  • Web-based = no installation and no more dongle
  • Share the work easily with co-workers, client or consultant
  • Support from engineers with many years of practical experience
  • Updates and new features included

Latest Blog Posts

Heat of Combustion (Mar 22 2018)
The gross heat of combustion value - also known as energy value or calorific value - is used to quantify the energy content of a cable in case of a fire. Cableizer calculates the value automatically for each cable.

Cable pulling calculation tool (Feb 28 2018)
With the help of Cableizer, you can prevent problems by calculating the maximum allowable pulling tension for any installation. You can easily model the cable route with sections, slopes, bends and cable pushers including a fantastic 2D and 3D preview.

Considerations for cable laying (Feb 27 2018)
The service reliability of a cable systems depends not only on the quality of the cable itself, but also to a large extent on the methods used and the care taken in laying the cable. In this blog post we list some things you should consider.

Two phase concentric cables (Jan 21 2018)
A concentric cable has a conductor around the core for a return path. DC cables may be of concentric type as is the case in an integrated return conductor cable, where the return conductor is installed around the core conductor. Such cables are not directly covered by IEC 60287 but Cableizer implemented a method from CIGRE.

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