When it comes to choosing the correct distribution cable, you have a lot of alternatives. An all-dielectric self-supporting (ADSS) cable is one of them. When delivering power from one location to another, this is a self-supporting fiber optic line that does not require any support. These cables are generally put on utility poles and power lines, despite the fact that they are self-contained. ADSS cable attachments are useful in this situation. In this article, we will introduce several kinds of cable fittings and accessories.
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The thickness of flat steel (the fundamental material for immobility clamp) and the thickness of the galvanizing coating determine the quality of the immobility clamp. Flat steel is typically 4*40 or 5*50 in size. Our galvanizing coating thickness is around 100um, which exceeds the industry standard (85um). The stability, anti-corrosion properties, and RTS value are all affected by the thickness of the galvanizing coating. Rust will occur if the coating is too thin or uneven. To save money, some manufacturers may employ thin flat steel with a thin galvanizing coating.
Armor Grip Suspension
An Armor Grip Suspension, also known as a suspension helix, is formed of hot dip galvanized steel wires and aluminum alloy that are arranged side by side and connected together to form a loop in the mid area. The loop’s ends are modified to produce a tension-resistant helix that is positioned horizontally between the steel wires. The loops are intended to hold a thimble (clevis thimble), which, in turn, suspends the cable from the ole using a twisted link.
Preformed Tension Clamp
The preformed tension clamp, also known as the terminating helix, is comprised of hot-dip galvanized steel wires and aluminum alloy, providing it the longevity that sets it apart from the competition. The high-tensile wires are twisted together to form a loop. The loop is made to keep the thimble securely in place. The prefabricated tension clamp is designed with optimum strength in consideration, ensuring that any deformation that may occur where the cable and the fixture contact is minimized. This is feasible because the contact area in this precisely designed terminating helix has been increased.
The OPGW (optical ground wires) are supported by the downlead clamps from the upper part of the tower to the splice box. It provides appropriate strength and space without damaging the cable when the downlead clamps are properly installed. Because of its unique design, the clamp can establish a large cable range. When dealing with large wire diameters, this guarantees that the client’s stocking requirements are reduced. Steel tower clamps have adapters that prevent drilling. When working with lattice towers, steel poles, or wood, the clamp has four attachment points to increase adaptability. The device also has an usual spacing of 6-8 feet. All urethane materials can be utilized for flat or curved pole surfaces when applying OPGW or ADSS.
Crossover clamps are mostly used to attach strands of wire that are crossing each other at right angles in major transmission lines and communication line installations. They reduce the effects of wear and strain on the strands by doing so. The galvanized coating on the crossover clamp provides the best assurance of resilience, resistance, and durability. The galvanization complies with ASTM requirements. To reinforce their hold on the strands, the clamps are frequently fitted with bolts. The strands’ stability is additionally ensured by the fasteners. The clamp’s clever design further improves the overall connection’s stability. It also reduces the strand’s continual vibration. This helps to keep any energy loss to a minimum.
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Post time: 2021-06-09