Application of dead end airdac strain clamp for abc cable overhead line
Generally speaking, the dead end strain clamp for abc cable overhead line is mainly used to fix the wire to withstand the tension of the wire and hang the wire to the tension string or the metal fitting of the tower. Meanwhile, the airdac strain clamp 10 16mm price at arb south africa are used for corners, splices, and terminal connections. But why the straining clamp price at arb south africa is expensive. Because of the spiral aluminum-clad steel wire has extremely strong tensile strength, no concentrated stress. So, it plays a role of protection and auxiliary vibration reduction for overhead lines.
NLL Series Strain Clamps Technical Data
|Model||Conductor Diameter(mm)||Dimension||Failure load not less than (KN)|
ABC cable wedge type Strain Clamps for overhead line
Airdac wedge strain clamp for overhead abc cable
Insulated neutral, Colour: black, blue and so on. Size: 50-70mm2, materail including both steel and aluminum
NLD bolted strain clap for malleable cast iron
This product is NLL series, made by aluminum casting. One set of the clamp include U-bolt, washers, nuts and aluminum body.
NY Hydraulic dead end clamp for ACSR conductor
Type both forged steel anchor and welded steel anchor, Material: body, jumper or hot dip galvanized steel and so on
How to get cheap straining clamp price at arb south africa
Whenever you buy the straining clamp price at arb south africa is lowest. Why say the types of cable is less than lower than other clamps? Firstly, hhe airdac strain clamp is a smaller than other types abc cable wedge train clamp. Therefore, when produce it, the use materials is very little. So, the product cost is also lowest.. Secondly, this cable structure is simple, many manufacturer can produce it. Because of the more and more factories join the filed, thedead end strain clamp for abc cable overhead line price become more and more lower in China. Huadong has exported the wedge clamp to Philippines, Thailand, Singapore, Vietnam, Yemen, Malaysia, Indonesia and so on.