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The Role Of Electrical Fittings In Power Systems

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Power fittings are metal accessories used to connect and combine various devices in the power system, which play a role in transmitting mechanical loads, electrical loads and some protective functions. These fittings are usually used in places such as overhead lines, substations and power plants.
There are many types of power fittings. For example, line fittings mainly include: Suspension clamp, tension clamps, connection fittings, splicing fittings, protection fittings, wire pulling fittings, equipment clamps, T-type clamps, busbar fittings, down conductor clamps, insulator fittings and other categories. Substation fittings mainly include: equipment clamps, spacers, grading rings, shielding rings, grounding clamps, etc.
These fittings are made of forgeable cast iron, cast steel, copper alloy, forged aluminum alloy, and ordinary carbon steel and galvanized for those with low strength requirements.
In short, power fittings play an indispensable role in the power system and are an important part of ensuring the normal operation and safe transmission of electricity.

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