OVERHEAD TRANSMISSION LINE FITTINGS
DEAD END CLAMP
Dead-end clamps are often used at two spots in the distribution system. They are used to anchor the line conductor from the pole and when the line’s direction is being changed (at extreme angles). Thus, Dead-end clamps are installed at the start & end of the line and also at the places where the line is taking the extreme turns.
SPACERS USED IN TRANSMISSION LINE Typically a line spacer is used to separate the multiple conductors of one phase of a three-phase line. As an example, one of the three phases may have two, three or more conductors run from transmission tower.
available Material: High quality Copper alloy & High-quality Aluminum Alloy.
Parallel Groove Clamps Provide Electrical Connection between two conductors, other connection in substations, and ground wire earth continuity connections. Designed for low electrical joint resistance and Power transmission between conductors
Material: Aluminum Alloy.
What is Cable Cleat?
The international standard governing cable cleats used in electrical installations is IEC 61914:2015.
In this standard cable cleats are defined as “Devices are designed to provide securing of cables when installed at intervals along the length of the cable “.
Simply cable cleats are used to secure, fix and route electrical cables in the position required in an electrical installation.
They can Consist of single or multiple parts, plastic or metal material and include some sort of provision for securing itself to a surface or structure.
Mounting surfaces that may be specified include, ladder, tray, strut, rail, wire and beam.