Published On: Tue, Feb 2nd, 2021

HIGH VOLTAGE OVERHEAD LINES WITH SELF-SUPPORTING CABLES

HIGH VOLTAGE OVERHEAD LINES WITH SELF-SUPPORTING CABLES

Making of 10 kV joint on air self-supporting cable in winter conditions.

As can be seen from the pictures, the installers had to lift a gas gas bottle to the top of the stairs to finish the job, instead of a service car crane with a basket, and to work much easier and more comfortably at low winter temperatures.

Tekst: Radoje Jankovic;  Photos: Slaviša Vučetić.

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HIGH VOLTAGE OVERHEAD LINES WITH SELF-SUPPORTING CABLES