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Solar Radiation Calculator

Posted on June 9, 2018

The solar radiation calculator is a tool that estimates the intensity of solar radiation for a given day and a given place depending on its location and altitude.

Credit Card Payment, Currencies and Taxes

Posted on May 30, 2018

We have introduced the possibility to pay with credit card. All major credit cards are accepted.

Cable pulling calculation tool

Posted on February 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.

Variation of spacing between sheath bonding points

Posted on July 3, 2016

For single-core cable circuits with sheaths solidly bonded at both ends and possibly at intermediate points, the circulating currents and the resulting losses increase as the spacing increases, and it is advisable to use as close a spacing as possible. The optimum spacing is achieved by considering both losses and mutual heating between cables.

Phase splitting

Posted on June 26, 2016

Phase splitting can be used to drastically reduce the magnetic fields of buried power cables. Also, the conductor cross-section can be less than half because the current is only half per split system and it can give a partial redundancy of about 60% or even more in case of a cable failure on one split system.

Two-/Three-core cables

Posted on December 18, 2015

Enhanced modelling of multi-core cables and redefined calculation of its screen/sheath losses and internal thermal resistances.

Armour losses and double-layer armour

Posted on November 20, 2015

The IEC standard 60287-1-1 describes methods to calculate the armour loss factor but does so for one layer of armour only. Other ampacity calculation programs allow the user to model as well only one layer. This poses a certain problem to correctly calculate the losses of a cable with two armour layers such as submarine cables or certain three-core cables. In addition, Cableizer offers some further improvements in calculating armour losses as compared to its competitors or the IEC standard.