aerial cable

aerial cable

An overhead electric cable (field-assembled at a construction site) which is attached to poles or other supporting structures.
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Teesside Crown Court heard how he put an aerial cable around his neck at one point, saying: "I'm not coming down from this roof alive.
The proposal for an aerial cable car network was approved by the Muharraq Municipal Council during its final meeting of the municipal term and referred to Works, Municipalities and Urban Planning Affairs Minister Essam Khalaf.
In total, crews placed 205 miles of underground cable and 123 miles of both aerial service wire and aerial cable.
Satellite aerial cable cut on outside of house April 20.
PRODUCTION LINE Boiler businesses, floor and cloth dealers, fish merchants, aerial cable Manufacturers and engine makers took adverts in the shape of ornate drawings.
One of the key tools benefitting IOUs is the Aerial Cable Systems Solutions Center, a cloud-based knowledge database, allowing multi-directional communication between the utility's personnel and distribution-hardening experts across various levels of an organization from any computer, laptop or smart phone.
GMP's aerial cable lashing machines, Adams[R] continuous duty winches and fiber optic cable pullers are accepted as the industry standard.
DO visit either Badaling or Mutianyu if you have mobility concerns; they both have aerial cable cars.
RESIDENTS in Bedwas and Caerphilly are being asked to be vigilant following a recent spate of aerial cable thefts.
An inquest heard the 42-year-old could have been sitting on a staircase in the garage at his home "for some time" with an aerial cable tied around his neck.
John Lloyd, prosecuting, said they took 700 metres of underground cable and 350 metres of aerial cable which they bundled into a van.
The giant climbing pinnacle, aerial cable climb and minus-25-degree chill chamber?

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