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Connectors for power transmission and distribution

Bolt and press connectors for conductors covering split bolt connectors for copper to copper conductors and aluminum to aluminum conductors. ISO 9001:2000 certificate issued by an authorized inspection agency, detail drawing from the manufacturer of the items assured high quality regulations. We fulfil following connectors standards: IEC 61284 – overhead lines requirements and tests for fittings, DIN 17666 – low alloy wrought copper alloys, DIN 48215- clamps and connectors for overhead power lines, items manufactured according to other standards are approved by the customers. The split bolt connector and press connector are designed for connecting between stranded cooper conductors. All the parts are manufactured from copper alloy and aluminum alloy. The split bolt connector is suitable for connecting between copper conductors. The dimensions of connectors is indicated in connectors drawing. The split bolt connectors is free from porosity and imperfections. The interior surfaces is smooth and free from sharp edges. The exterior surface of connectors is smooth and free from extraneous material spangles. The i connectors are supplied properly cleaned. The nut moves smoothly through the thread before and after tightening. The bolt connectors, press connectors are reusability. After increasing the recommended torque to the specified installation value times a factor of at least 1.1, the threaded connection remains serviceable for any number of subsequent installations or removals, and all components comprising the split bolt remains intact. No damages occur to the conductor inside the split bolt. Connectors had test as following: Visual examination. Visual examination shall verified if the proposed item have no faults. Dimensional verification. Dimensional verification consists in the verification of geometric descriptions indicated in the proved detail drawing. Connectors pullout test: The failure load will be recorded. Torque to failure: Two conductors (maximum range) were inserted in the connector and the connectors nut have to be tighten until failure occurred. The failure torque will be recorded (it should be at least 10% more than the recommended tightening torque). The tests made on 3 connectors for each item. Marking: The split bolt connectors, press connectors body marked with the following: trademark of the manufacturer , connector sizes. Connectors packing: The split bolt connectors is supplied in carton boxes. The quantity of the items in each box will be up to 100 pcs. The boxes are properly packed and lagged in wooden boxes to prevent the items from possible damage during shipment and storage. Each shipping box has packing list and, in addition, marked with the following information: Contractor’s name and address, Descriptive name of the spilt bolt connectors. Order number, Quantity packed in the box. Gross weight of the box. Package volume of the box. Complete destination marking. Catalogue number. Quality assurance program meets the requirements described in ISO 9001:2000.

Connectors portfolio for power transmission and distribution systems

In order to be able to determine the correct connectors for contacting cable conductors, a wide variety of criteria must be considered. First of all, a distinction must be made between bare and insulated conductors. For bare conductors, a simple pressure screw is sufficient, while insulated conductors require a screw that first penetrates the insulation of the conductor and then builds up the contact force. It must also be clarified whether the connector is to be designed as a simple grub screw or with a shear head. The decision for a grub screw would be correct if the connector does not play a role after assembly or if the fitter can ensure the correct tightening torque, for example, with a torque wrench or based on his experience. The decision for a connector with shear head would be correct if the connector is only allowed to protrude a certain amount beyond the clamp body after assembly or if the tightening torque should not depend on either the assembler or the tool. For connectors with shear head, the number of predetermined breaking points must still be specified, but this is mainly determined by the cross-sectional area of the cable conductors that can be clamped and by the permissible connector after assembly. A further distinction for connectors with shear head is between releasable and non-releasable screws.

Cost-efficient and well-proven connectors for AIS substations, GIS substations, overhead lines, substation services

In addition to crimping technology, connector technology plays a major role in the production of all types of cable connections. One argument in favor of the connectors is the large cross-sectional areas that can be covered with one connecting element. Another argument is the simple and fast assembly, which can be carried out with small and light tools. The core element of connection technology is the contact connector, whereby a variety of requirements has produced different connector types. The purpose of this paper is to explain the main characteristics of contact connectors and their selection criteria. The primary task of connectors is to generate a contact force in order to create as many actual contact areas as possible between two metallic bodies. By deforming the bodies, existing foreign layers such as an oxide skin are destroyed at the same time. The more actual contact areas are created, the lower the contact resistance. Another task is to hold the two bodies together against mechanical forces that occur, so that the contact surfaces are maintained for a long time. For cable connections, this means that the contacting must withstand all loads for 50 years or more. Since connectors directly contact at least one of the current-carrying bodies, interactions occur between the screw and this body, which can lead to chemical or mechanical damage to the actual contact surfaces. Therefore, the right connector selection is a prerequisite for a durable good contact.

Connectors for power transmission and distribution

Bolt and press connectors for conductors covering split bolt connectors for copper to copper conductors and aluminum to aluminum conductors. ISO 9001:2000 certificate issued by an authorized inspection agency, detail drawing from the manufacturer of the items assured high quality regulations. We fulfil following connectors standards: IEC 61284 – overhead lines requirements and tests for fittings, DIN 17666 – low alloy wrought copper alloys, DIN 48215- clamps and connectors for overhead power lines, items manufactured according to other standards are approved by the customers. The split bolt connector and press connector are designed for connecting between stranded cooper conductors. All the parts are manufactured from copper alloy and aluminum alloy. The split bolt connector is suitable for connecting between copper conductors. The dimensions of connectors is indicated in connectors drawing. The split bolt connectors is free from porosity and imperfections. The interior surfaces is smooth and free from sharp edges. The exterior surface of connectors is smooth and free from extraneous material spangles. The i connectors are supplied properly cleaned. The nut moves smoothly through the thread before and after tightening. The bolt connectors, press connectors are reusability. After increasing the recommended torque to the specified installation value times a factor of at least 1.1, the threaded connection remains serviceable for any number of subsequent installations or removals, and all components comprising the split bolt remains intact. No damages occur to the conductor inside the split bolt. Connectors had test as following: Visual examination. Visual examination shall verified if the proposed item have no faults. Dimensional verification. Dimensional verification consists in the verification of geometric descriptions indicated in the proved detail drawing. Connectors pullout test: The failure load will be recorded. Torque to failure: Two conductors (maximum range) were inserted in the connector and the connectors nut have to be tighten until failure occurred. The failure torque will be recorded (it should be at least 10% more than the recommended tightening torque). The tests made on 3 connectors for each item. Marking: The split bolt connectors, press connectors body marked with the following: trademark of the manufacturer , connector sizes. Connectors packing: The split bolt connectors is supplied in carton boxes. The quantity of the items in each box will be up to 100 pcs. The boxes are properly packed and lagged in wooden boxes to prevent the items from possible damage during shipment and storage. Each shipping box has packing list and, in addition, marked with the following information: Contractor’s name and address, Descriptive name of the spilt bolt connectors. Order number, Quantity packed in the box. Gross weight of the box. Package volume of the box. Complete destination marking. Catalogue number. Quality assurance program meets the requirements described in ISO 9001:2000.

Connectors portfolio for power transmission and distribution systems

In order to be able to determine the correct connectors for contacting cable conductors, a wide variety of criteria must be considered. First of all, a distinction must be made between bare and insulated conductors. For bare conductors, a simple pressure screw is sufficient, while insulated conductors require a screw that first penetrates the insulation of the conductor and then builds up the contact force. It must also be clarified whether the connector is to be designed as a simple grub screw or with a shear head. The decision for a grub screw would be correct if the connector does not play a role after assembly or if the fitter can ensure the correct tightening torque, for example, with a torque wrench or based on his experience. The decision for a connector with shear head would be correct if the connector is only allowed to protrude a certain amount beyond the clamp body after assembly or if the tightening torque should not depend on either the assembler or the tool. For connectors with shear head, the number of predetermined breaking points must still be specified, but this is mainly determined by the cross-sectional area of the cable conductors that can be clamped and by the permissible connector after assembly. A further distinction for connectors with shear head is between releasable and non-releasable screws.

Cost-efficient and well-proven connectors for AIS substations, GIS substations, overhead lines, substation services

In addition to crimping technology, connector technology plays a major role in the production of all types of cable connections. One argument in favor of the connectors is the large cross-sectional areas that can be covered with one connecting element. Another argument is the simple and fast assembly, which can be carried out with small and light tools. The core element of connection technology is the contact connector, whereby a variety of requirements has produced different connector types. The purpose of this paper is to explain the main characteristics of contact connectors and their selection criteria. The primary task of connectors is to generate a contact force in order to create as many actual contact areas as possible between two metallic bodies. By deforming the bodies, existing foreign layers such as an oxide skin are destroyed at the same time. The more actual contact areas are created, the lower the contact resistance. Another task is to hold the two bodies together against mechanical forces that occur, so that the contact surfaces are maintained for a long time. For cable connections, this means that the contacting must withstand all loads for 50 years or more. Since connectors directly contact at least one of the current-carrying bodies, interactions occur between the screw and this body, which can lead to chemical or mechanical damage to the actual contact surfaces. Therefore, the right connector selection is a prerequisite for a durable good contact.