strain insulator


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strain insulator

[′strān ‚in·sə‚lād·ər]
(electricity)
An insulator used between sections of a stretched wire or antenna to break up the wire into insulated sections while withstanding the total pull of the wire.
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Wood strain insulator used on trolley and transmission high voltage lines.
This item could also be used as a guy-wire strain insulator.
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Tenders are invited for Qty 120 - strain insulator, 54" of fiberglass, clevis with roller on one end, thimble/eye on other end.
Tenders are invited for 230 ea of strain insulator, 54" of fiberglass, clevis with roller on one end, thimble/eye on other end.
For guy wire or fiberglass guy strain insulator, malleable or ductile iron, without integral spurs, galvanized, minimum ultimate strength of 21,000 lbs.
The City of Ames needs to purchase connectors, sleeves, underground cable repair splice, bolts, clamps, guy guards, squirrel/bird guards, guy strain insulator, polymer deadend insulators, lag screws, ground rods, fuse links, lamps, street light control relay, couplings, end plugs, fiberglass pedestals, fiberglass pads, fuses, aluminum cable, copper cable, soft drawn bare copper, to replenish inventory for Electric Distribution.