PLANNING AND STRINGING OPERATIONS IN PROXIMITY TO HIGH-VOLTAGE LINES

DURATION: 

1.5 days

CONTENT THEORETICAL PART:

  • Planning of the stringing operation (work & time calculation)
  • Basics about tensioning levels, minimum distance & safety distance, earth fault, delimitations for work under live lines step voltage, grounding resistance
  • Special features of the OPGW, OPPC installation and stringing operation of LWL lines
  • Installation methods (twin-line system, tri-line system)
  • Calculating the number of cradle blocks & synthetic fiber ropes (including application examples)
  • Calculating ropes
  • Alternatives to the default procedure
  • Accident prevention & occupational safety

CONTENT PRACTICAL PART:

  • Safe handling & proper mounting of the pulling robot
  • Correct use of cradle blocks, recovering device & line tensioner
  • Correct battery change
  • Operating the pulling robot in the testing area

QUALIFICATION/TARGET GROUP: 

Engineers, site managers and specialists of network operators

THEORY/PRACTICE: 

Approx. 80 % theory & 20 % practice

PURPOSE: 

Gaining basic knowledge and expertise of planning and stringing operations in proximity to live parts and system components. Successful participation will be verified through a certificate.

LOCATION: 

ZECK GmbH | Columba-Schonath-Str. 6 | 96110 Schesslitz

PRICE: 

On request

PARTICIPANTS: 

8-10 persons

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