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What Are The Inspections Of Electrical Fittings

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Tightening of electrical fittings
1. Regularly check the fasteners of electrical fittings, such as bolts and nuts, to ensure that they are reliably fastened.
2. Use appropriate tools for tightening to avoid using excessive force to damage the fittings.
3. Loose fasteners should be tightened or replaced in time.
Conductivity inspection of electrical fittings
1. Regularly conduct conductivity inspections on Aerial Electrical Fitting to ensure that their conductivity is good.
2. Use appropriate testing tools and methods to check the contact resistance and conductivity continuity of the fittings.
3. If poor conductivity or poor contact is found, the fittings should be handled or replaced in time.
Insulation inspection of electrical fittings
1. Regularly inspect the insulation part of the electrical fittings to ensure that their insulation is good.
2. Use insulation testing instruments to perform insulation tests to check insulation resistance and withstand voltage.
3. If insulation performance is reduced or damaged, it should be replaced or repaired in time.
Environmental monitoring of electrical fittings
1. Monitor the environment in which the electrical fittings are located to understand whether their operating environment is harsh.
2. Monitor the temperature, humidity, salt spray and other factors in the environment, as well as whether there are chemical corrosive substances.
3. Take appropriate protective measures based on the environmental monitoring results to ensure the normal operation of electrical fittings.

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