cable bond

cable bond

An electrical connection (a) between the armor or sheath of one cable and that of an adjacent cable, (b) across a joint in the armor or sheath of a cable, or (c) between the armor or sheath and the earth.
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He added: "We are still replacing the missing cable and repairing the cable bonds. We've had to briefly switch off the power between Gateshead Stadium and Pelaw, but trains are running in this area again now."
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