The rescue hooks are intended to take out a man or his limbs away from the live installation – it enables to undertake an immediate rescue action without the necessity of waiting for turning off the installation.
The small HEM rescue hook enables to pull away limbs /arm or leg/ and may be used for the installations having appropriate rated voltage up to 1 kV.
The big HED rescue hook enables moving off the entire person (in the waist or chest) and may be used for the installations having appropriate rated voltage up to 30 kV.
OPL portable, light fence is used for protecting workplace at electrical power installations.The fence contains posts, bases and chain links. The posts are made of glass-EP bars, and are terminated with the metal sleeves at their bottom, used for connecting to the base. The cover plates on the posts allow
fastening chain links or separating band on them.
PDG Saw is designed for cutting tree’s branches which are close to overhead lines or other uninsulated
electric devices which working voltage up to 110kV. Device works with conjution with UDI insulating
pole. Saw has fitting which provide mounting in UDI pole’s head.
Length: L= 606 mm
Net weight: 0.4 kg
The PI-45 insulating platform is used as additional safety equipment for servicing indoors electrical equipment with rated voltage up to 45 kV.
The platform is made as a plastic moulded piece. The plastic is not a hygroscopic material and has very good insulating properties.
The KI-B insulating tongs are designed for installing and removing fuse cartridges, insulating shields, insulating barriers and the like in electrical equipment with rated voltage up to 10 kV or up to 30 kV.
The ChM/BM clamshell is designed for installing and removing fuse cartridges – sizes: 1, 2, 3. The arms and clamp jaws of the clamshell (made of plastic of high mechanical strength) are fitted with articulated joint on a steel bolt. Rotation of the bolt causes the clamping or releasing the jaws of the clamshell. The tip of the screw is adapted to snap it into the head of the UDI-B pole.
The unit package of the clamshell makes protective cover made of coated waterproof fabric.
The ChM clamshell is designed for installing and removing fuse cartridges, insulating shields, insulating screens etc. in electrical equipment with voltage up to 110 kV. The arms and clamp jaws of the clamshell (made of high mechanical strength plastic) are fitted with articulated joint on a steel bolt. Rotation of the bolt brings about the clamping or releasing the clamshell jaws.
The PWP instrument is designed for fast, easy and reliable connecting central heating pipes, water, sewage and gas pipes, on which there is need to equalize voltage potentials (up to 1 kV) during repair and maintenance works, e.g. exchange gas-meter, water-meter,heating-meter and so on.
Instrument consists of two clamps with holder up to 1 kV and conductor of 16 mm2 cross-section which is a copper cable coated with a flexible transparent plastic cover. Deflection elements protect the conductor against damage in the fastening place. Clamps are so designed to easy fasten them on the pipes we want to equalize potentials, even in the case when the pipes are covered with thick layer of paint.
The device is designed for discharging a battery of capacitors from static electricity. Its application is possible only together with the UDI insulating pole having appropriate rated voltage for network voltage.
The device is designed for discharging static electricity. There are four versions of the device: A, B, C and D.
The versions A and B are supplied with probes driven into the earth – they are used in places where there are no stationary earth electrodes.
In the versions C and D the drainage of electric charge follows the clamp tightened on to a stationary earth electrode.
Versions A and C are equipped with the clamp that takes over the electrostatic charges. The clamp is suitable to fasten on elements 5 mm thick.
In the versions B and D (also after the clamps have been fastened) the drainage of static electricity from elements 20 mm thick is possible. An advantage of this solution is self-acting disconnection of the clamp in the cases when the object being the subject of drainage moves (e.g. a car or wagon) and one forgot to disconnect the device.