The Production Process of PV Cables and Electrical Power Cable

1.Material preparation:

This involves preparing the raw materials required for wire production, such as copper, aluminum, or other metal wires, and insulating materials.


In this step, the individual wires are bundled together to form a single strand. This is done to improve the strength and flexibility of the wire.

3.Wire Extrusion:

The core wire is then extruded or drawn through a die to give it the desired shape and size. This process is typically used to produce solid core wires or stranded wires with a core made of multiple wires.

4.Cable Formation:

The wires are then twisted or braided together to form a cable. This process can involve a variety of techniques depending on the desired cable configuration, including twisting, braiding, or wrapping the wires together.

5.Jacket Extrusion:

A protective jacket or sheath is extruded over the cable to provide additional protection and insulation. This process can also involve a variety of techniques, including extrusion or injection molding.


The finished wire or cable is then packaged and labeled for distribution to customers.