Superseded Standard

IEEE 1019-2004

IEEE Recommended Practice for Specifying Electric Submersible Pump Cable - Polypropylene Insulation

Minimum requirements for the construction, manufacturing, purchasing, and application of electric submersible pump cable are presented. The cable is round or flat, with polypropylene rubber insulation, nitrile jacket, and armor. These cables are for voltages not exceeding 3 kV or 5 kV (phase to phase) and conductor temperatures not exceeding 96 ºC (205 ºF) for nitrile or a maximum of –10 ºC (14 ºF). Conductors, insulation, assembly and jacket, armor, requirements for testing by the manufacturer, and cable ampacity are covered.

Sponsor Committee
IAS/PCI - Petroleum and Chemical Industry
Learn More
Status
Superseded Standard
PAR Approval
1998-09-16
Superseded by
1019-2013
Superseding
1019-1991
Board Approval
2004-09-23
History
ANSI Approved:
2005-02-01
Published:
2005-04-13

Working Group Details

Society
IEEE Industry Applications Society
Learn More
Sponsor Committee
IAS/PCI - Petroleum and Chemical Industry
Learn More
Working Group
ESP WG - ESP Working Group
Learn More
IEEE Program Manager
Patricia Roder
Contact
Working Group Chair
Robert Durham

P1017.4

Recommended Practice for Testing and Rating of Electrical Submersible Pump Motors

This standard specifies procedures and test values for testing and rating of Electrical Submersible Pump (ESP) motors as well as installation and handling practices. The specified procedures and test values apply to ESP motor systems rated 3 kV through 8 kV (phase to phase).

Learn More

1017.1-2021

IEEE Recommended Practice for Testing of Electric Submersible Pump Cable

Procedures and test voltage values for factory, acceptance, and maintenance testing of electric submersible pump (ESP) cable systems are presented. This recommended practice applies to cable systems rated 3 kV through 8 kV (phase to phase) and is intended only for this special purpose cable. The intent is to provide uniform test procedures and guidelines for evaluation of the test results.

Learn More

1017.2-2021

IEEE Recommended Practice for Specifying Electric Submersible Pump Cable--Ethylene-Propylene Rubber Insulation

Minimum requirements for the design, construction, manufacturing, testing, purchasing, and application of electric submersible pump (ESP) cable are presented. The cable is round or flat, with ethyleneu2013propylene rubber insulation, nitrile jacket, ethyleneu2013propylene diene monomer (EPDM) jacket or metallic barrier, and armor or encapsulating material. These cables are for voltages not exceeding 8 kV (phase to phase) and conductor temperatures not exceeding 140 u00baC (284 u00baF) for nitrile or a maximum of 232 u00baC (450 u00baF) for EPDM jacket or metallic barrier cable. Conductors, insulation, barrier (optional), assembly with or without jacket, armor, requirements for testing by the manufacturer, and cable ampacity are all covered in the document.

Learn More

1017.3-2021

IEEE Recommended Practice for Specifying Electric Submersible Pump Cable--Polypropylene Insulation

Minimum requirements for the design, construction, manufacturing, testing, purchasing, and application of electric submersible pump cable are presented. The cable is round or flat, with polypropylene insulation, nitrile or polypropylene jacket, or metallic barrier or armor. These cables are for voltages not exceeding 8 kV (phase to phase) and conductor temperatures not exceeding 96 u00b0C (205 u00b0F) maximum or u201310 u00b0C (14 u00b0F) minimum. Conductors, insulation, barrier(optional), assembly with or without jacket, and armor or encapsulating material, requirements for testing by the manufacturer, and cable ampacity are all covered in the document.

Learn More

1017-2004

IEEE Recommended Practice for Field Testing Electric Submersible Pump Cable

Procedures and test voltage values for acceptance and maintenance testing of electrical submersible pump (ESP) cable systems are presented. This recommended practice applies to cable systems rated 3 kV and 5 kV (phase to phase) and is intended only for this special-purpose cable. The intent is to provide uniform test procedures and guidelines for evaluation of the test results.

Learn More

1017-2013

IEEE Recommended Practice for Field Testing Electric Submersible Pump Cable

Procedures and test voltage values for acceptance and maintenance testing of electric submersible pump (ESP) cable systems are presented. This recommended practice applies to cable systems rated 3 kV and 5 kV (phase to phase) and is intended only for this special-purpose cable. The intent is to provide uniform test procedures and guidelines for evaluation of the test results.

Learn More

1018-2004

IEEE Recommended Practice for Specifying Electric Submersible Pump Cable - Ethylene-Propylene Rubber Insulation

Minimum requirements for the construction, manufacturing, purchasing, and application of electric submersible pump cable are presented. The cable is round or flat, with ethyleneu2013 propylene rubber insulation, nitrile jacket, ethyleneu2013propylene diene monomer (EPDM) jacket or lead sheath, and armor. These cables are for voltages not exceeding 3 kV or 5 kV (phase to phase) and conductor temperatures not exceeding 140 u00baC (284 u00baF) for nitrile or a maximum of 204 u00baC (400 u00baF) for EPDM jacket or lead sheath cable. Conductors, insulation, barrier (optional), assembly and jacket, armor, requirements for testing by the manufacturer, and cable ampacity are covered.

Learn More

1018-2013

IEEE Recommended Practice for Specifying Electric Submersible Pump Cable--Ethylene-Propylene Rubber Insulation

Minimum requirements for the design, construction, manufacturing, testing, purchasing, and application of electric submersible pump (ESP) cable are presented. The cable is round or flat, with ethyleneu2013propylene rubber insulation, nitrile jacket, ethyleneu2013propylene diene monomer (EPDM) jacket or lead sheath, and armor. These cables are for voltages not exceeding 3 kV or 5 kV (phase to phase) and conductor temperatures not exceeding 140 u00baC (284 u00baF) for nitrile or a maximum of 232 u00baC (450 u00baF) for EPDM jacket or lead sheath cable. Conductors, insulation, barrier (optional), assembly with or without jacket, armor, requirements for testing by the manufacturer, and cable ampacity are all covered in the document.

Learn More

1019-2013

IEEE Recommended Practice for Specifying Electric Submersible Pump Cable–Polypropylene Insulation

Minimum requirements for the design, construction, manufacturing, testing, purchasing, and application of electric submersible pump cable are presented. The cable is round or flat, with polypropylene rubber insulation, nitrile or polyethylene jacket, and armor. These cables are for voltages not exceeding 3 kV or 5 kV (phase to phase) and conductor temperatures not exceeding 96 u00baC (205 u00baF) maximum for nitrile or a maximum minimum of u201310 u00baC (14 u00baF) minimum. Conductors, insulation, assembly and with or without jacket, armor, requirements for testing by the manufacturer, and cable ampacity are all covered in the document.

Learn More

No Inactive-Withdrawn Standards
No Inactive-Reserved Standards
Newswire

Sign up for our monthly newsletter to learn about new developments, including resources, insights and more.