Adam Harrison, an AFL Application Engineer, discusses deployment options for fiber optics in high voltage transmission environments, greater than 69kV, including Optical Groundwire, Tracking Resistant All-Dielectric Self Supporting cable, and Skywrap. Learn more: http://bit.ly/ADSSyt
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This blog showcases AFL's SkyWrap® cable installation for a TELE-POST project in Greenland.
Read this white paper to learn how the new ANSI-qualified AFL SOLO HD compression system utilizes a specialized core grip to eliminate speculation from the compression process and more.
AFL's Steven Kranz, PE, provides Stockbridge Damper orientation instructions.
Presenting the Solo HD compression system, the perfect option to reduce installation costs and increase productivity. Learn more on our website: https://bit.ly/34JyxtE
A white paper discusses using Anti-rotational devices (ARD) in optical ground wire (OPGW) installations.
The white paper explores the advantages and typical applications of single-jacket and double-jacket ADSS cable designs.
Watch and learn about AFL's new 200 um OPGW (optical ground wire) fiber optic cable.
AFL's AccessWrap solution is small and light weight allowing access to remote or hard to reach locations as well as removing the need for heavy installation equipment.
Video that shows AFL OPGW installation. This type of cable can be installed using typical conductor and shield wire stringing methods.
AFL's SkyWrap® provides an optical fibre bypass to allow replacement of damaged OPGW on high voltage transmission line for one of the largest electricity transmission companies in Europe.
AccessWrap™ Installation Case Study for E.ON Distribution in Czech Republic.
A large electricity transmission company in the Middle East uses AFL SkyWrap® to upgrade their communications network using the overhead power transmission lines.
AFL's AccessWrap™ is installed at the fibre optic network of a large Central Asian oil generation company.
Alumoweld®'s high strength, excellent conductivity, superior corrosion resistance and compatibility with solid aluminum wire makes AFL’s aluminum clad steel products highly desirable.
Selecting the best bonding assembly configuration is dependent on proximity from the termination or suspension hardware to the support structure, terrain and wind conditions and tower hardware.
For more than 30 years, AFL has provided electric utilities with aerial cable systems that include OPGW and ADSS fiber optic cable plus associated attachment hardware.
AFL provides this Quick Reference Guide to provide highlights of OPGW installation instructions needed in the field.
Demand for power continues to increase at an alarming rate, forcing utilities to put greater and greater electrical loads on their existing lines.
This video covers the conversion of a first and second generation ATGN Trunnion to a Dual Trunnion tangent support.
This video covers the differences in the cable prepping procedures of stainless steel tube designs and plastic buffer tube designs.