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Reference IEC 61462 ed1.0 withdrawn corrigendum
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Title Composite hollow insulators - Pressurized and unpressurized insulators for use in electrical equipment with rated voltage greater than 1 000 V - Definitions, test methods, acceptance criteria and design recommendations
Publication date 2007-02-23
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230.- 81 pages
230.- 833 Kb
 
Abstract This International Standard applies to composite hollow insulators consisting of a load-bearing insulating tube made of resin impregnated fibres, a housing (outside the insulating tube) made of elastomeric material (for example silicone or ethylene-propylene) and metal fixing devices at the ends of the insulating tube. The object of this standard is: To define the terms used; to prescribe test methods; and to prescribe acceptance criteria.
Technical Committee 36 - Insulators  RSS
ICS Codes
29.080.10 Insulators
*Including fittings and other components for insulators
 
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Stability date 2017
 
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