glass insulator

glass insulator

[¦glas ′in·sə‚lād·ər]
(materials)
An insulator for a power transmission line made of annealed or toughened (tempered) glass.
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This one-of-a-kind pint glass insulator provides bar and tavern patrons with a dry comfortable non-slip glass grip and beer companies with a mini billboard on which to advertise their brand messages," the company said.
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The impact of the crash broke a glass insulator on top of the pole, causing voltage to pass down the pole to the wet pavement below.
They didn't know the glass insulator, a pretty light aqua-green, dated to the 1890s and was known to an avid subculture of collectors as a CD 180.
The stress of these conditions can lead to catastrophic fracture of a ceramic or glass insulator.
King, 20, of North Road in Hardwick struck the pole, causing the primary electrical wire to break away from its glass insulator.
The tender is to buy glass insulator bells for 400 kV AC overhead lines.
Tenders are invited for Insulators and Insulators 24 Kv, 110 Kv Glass Insulator
ropes C-50 in the work area;- Complete replacement of wire and reuse the existing fit glass insulator elements;- Installation of grounding of all new posts.
Clean Line lined up Arkansas-based suppliers, tapping General Cable of Malvern to deliver $135 million in conductive wires, and Sediver, a French company, to supply $60 million worth of glass insulators.
The overwhelming majority of 6, 10 kV electric networks are made on supports of reinforced concrete racks made of vibrating reinforced concrete, with fastening of wires with the help of pin porcelain or glass insulators.
Norm was handy and creative; building lamps out of things like telephones, glass insulators, and antique root beer jugs.