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Silicone Rubber Cutouts

Application
Design Features
Silicone rubber has been utilized for more than 25 years as an outdoor
Lighter weight than porcelain
insulation material and has become the most used, fastest growing
polymeric material for medium and high voltage outdoor insulation. Ideal for cold weather applications
ABB selected silicone material for its premium cutouts due to its
Perfect for highly contaminated
superior performance, durability and insulation properties.
environments
ABB silicone cutouts weigh 30-50% less than its porcelain counter- Not susceptible to UV degradation
parts. The insulators are injection molded into one piece, a feature
that eliminates moisture ingress and thus prevents breakage from Non brittle and vandal resistant
freeze/thaw cycles.
Interchangeable with S&C Type XS,
The hydrophobic properties allow silicone to outperform other Cooper Type L and Chance Type C
materials because of better tracking resistance. As a result, silicone is cutouts
an excellent choice for use in seacoast applications and other areas of Durability eliminates typical breakage
high contamination where tracking is a problem. In addition, ABBs from shipping, storage and installation
silicone cutouts offer the greatest creepage distance over any standard
cutout available today, thus making them a better alternative for high Greatest creepage distance over any
contamination environments. standard cutout

Silicone has the unique ability to maintain its hydrophobicity during


the lifetime of the insulation. Other polymeric materials such as EPDM
may also be hydrophobic, but they lose this property after a relatively
short time in service. Furthermore, silicone offers greater stability
against heat and UV-radiation compared to other polymers.

From the time it leaves the factory, to the time it reaches the service
pole, a cutout goes through a large amount of handling. Typical
consequences of such handling include nicks and cracks, and broken
units that have to be scrapped. ABB silicone cutouts are non-brittle so
they can withstand the rough handling that is often associated with

ABB
this type of equipment. By reducing handling damage, ABB brings
added value to the end users bottom line.
Ordering Information

ABB ICX PLH Cont. Interrupting


Style Style Voltage Current Current Terminal Creep
Number Number (kV) (A) (kA) BIL Cap Connector Bracket (in/mm)

X1JCNNAM11 SIL-115-195P 15 100 10 110 Solid Parallel Groove No Bracket 15/380

X1JENNAM11 SIL-115-195L 15 100 10 110 Solid Eyebolt No Bracket 15/380

Train of Thought Marketing, Inc. 919-481-1481


X2JCBNAM12 SIL-127-1125PN 27 100 8 125 Solid Parallel Groove NEMA B 19/480

306 E. Chatham Street, Cary, NC 27511


X2JCNNAM12 SIL-127-1125P 27 100 8 125 Solid Parallel Groove No Bracket 19/480

X2JCNNBA22 SIL-227-3125P 15 200 10 125 Solid Parallel Groove No Bracket 19/480

X2JCNNMM12 SIL-127-2125P 27 100 12 125 Link Extender Parallel Groove No Bracket 19/480

X2JCNNVA22 SIL-227-3125P 27 200 12 125 Link Extender Parallel Groove No Bracket 19/480

X2JCNNDA32 SIL-327-4125P 27 300 DISC 125 DISC Parallel Groove No Bracket 19/480

X4JCBNAM12 SIL-127-1180PN 27 100 8 150 Solid Parallel Groove NEMA B 19/480


X4JCBNMM12 SIL-127-2150PN(HP) 27 100 12 150 HP Link Extender Parallel Groove NEMA B 23.6/600

X4JCNNMM12 SIL-127-2150P(HP) 27 100 12 150 HP Link Extender Parallel Groove No Bracket 23.6/600

X4JEBNMM12 SIL-127-2150EN(HP) 27 100 12 150 HP Link Extender Eyebolt NEMA B 23.6/600

X5JCNNMM12 SIL-127-2150P 27 100 12 150 Link Extender Parallel Groove No Bracket 19/480

X5JENNMM12 SIL-127-2150EN(HP) 27 100 12 150 HP Link Extender Eyebolt No Bracket 23.6/600

Contact factory for NCX and LBU-II style numbers.

For additional information, please contact your ABB Sales Representative


or visit our website at www.abb.com/mediumvoltage.

Copyright 2004 ABB. All rights reserved.


1VAG272601-FL Rev A January 2004

ABB
ABB Inc.
406 Banner Avenue
Greensboro, NC 27401 USA
Tel: +1 252-827-3212
Fax: +1 252-827-4286
www.abb.com/mediumvoltage