The manufacturer has detailed instructions on how to prepare termination on an MI cable. It is VERY tricky.(Some MV kits are actually simpler.) Make sure you leave a loop at each termination in case you ruin it. Practice the termination on a scrap piece of cable several times, before you feel profficient and head for the real thing. Special termination kits are also needed. The main issue is how to finish up the compressed magnesium oxide insulation, so that it does not 'leak' out and water does not migrate into the material which is highly hygroscopic. Meggering is very important to prove that there is no grounding or shorting happened.
Originally Posted by electricalperson
This is what I remember, now lets see what they say:
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