Insulators Sample Clauses

Insulators. In general, the type and material of the insulators shall be selected based on the characteristics of the zones that cross the lines, taking into consideration the good practices and experiences of the transmission lines built in Peru and in similar zones. In this regard, the Concession Holder shall investigate what contaminating agents or potential sources of contamination are present in the zone, which may affect the insulators’ operation. The insulation coordination studies shall comply with standards IEC 60815-1 and IEC 60815-2, in particular with regard to contamination From the results of this research, the measures to minimize the impact of contamination, such as the use of glass insulators with silicone liner, line section layout, increase of creepage distance, use of equipotential rings to improve the performance of insulators contaminated in wet areas, etc., shall be determined. The insulators of 220 kV lines shall be selected from the tempered glass or porcelain types, with a homogeneous structure and standard and/or anti-mist (fog) type, with forged steel or galvanized malleable iron metal parts, provided with lock pins manufactured with corrosion- resistant material. The insulator chains shall be comprised of the number of units required to ensure a suitable creepage length according to a) the contamination level of the areas crossed by the lines, b) their altitude above sea level and c) the maximum voltage level of the system. Similarly, these chains shall ensure the insulation level required against atmospheric surges, switching surges and industrial frequency surges, for the same altitude conditions previously discussed and the insulation level defined in section 2.2.4 of this annex. The number of insulators to be considered per suspension chain -based on the altitude and voltage level of the facilities- is the one indicated as a reference below, which shall be assessed in the Pre-Operability Study: Altitude Units per suspension chain 220 kV
Insulators. Each insulator shall be of such pattern, design and material that, when mounted on its pin, it will withstand, without injury, and without being pulled off the pin, the ultimate strength of the conductor which it supports.
Insulators. Entire area of both sides of spring units to be covered with Perm-a-later wire insulators with a maximum wire spacing of 1 ¼” over the wire insulators shall be placed perimeter sized rubberized fiber pad insulators, 2.5 oz per sq. ft. minimum, hog-ringed to each side of the spring unit.
Insulators. All wires crossing the track shall be supported at each end and each line conductor shall be supported by means of insulator units. The insulator may be of the suspension, tension or pin type as required. All insulator units and their attachments to the conductors shall be capable of supporting the transmission /distribution lines with the factor of safety of not less than three, when any conductor affecting the transmission /distribution lines is broken. Where the transmission /distribution lines is supported by multiple strings of tension or suspension insulators by a common yoke or straddle wires, each insulator unit with its connection shall consist of not less than two separate strings and each strings shall be of such strength that, with one string broken the remaining string or strings shall be capable of withstanding the maximum loads with a factor of safety of three under the worst loading conditions. Where the transmission /distribution lines is supported by pin type insulators in duplicate with a bridle wire, each insulator unit with its connection to the conductor shall have a factor of safety of three under the worst loading condition and with the other unit broken. The use of duplicate conductors bound together across the crossings span shall not be permitted. (d)

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  • Insulation Insulation installed in the Property shall be as follows:

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  • Sprinklers 29. Anything elsewhere in this lease to the contrary notwithstanding, if the New York Board of Fire Underwriters or the Insurance Services Office or any bureau, department or official of the federal, state or city government require or recommend the installation of a sprinkler system or that any changes, modifications, alterations, or additional sprinkler heads or other equipment be made or supplied in an existing sprinkler system by reason of Tenant's business, or the location of partitions, trade fixtures, or other contents of the demised premises, or for any other reason, or if any such sprinkler system installations, changes, modifications, alterations, additional sprinkler heads or other such equipment become necessary to prevent the imposition of a penalty or charge against the full allowance for a sprinkler system in the fire insurance rate set by any said Exchange or by any fire insurance company. Tenant shall, at Tenant's expense, promptly make such sprinkler system installations, changes, modifications, alterations, and supply additional sprinkler heads or other equipment as required whether the work involved shall be structural or non-structural in nature, Tenant shall pay to Owner as additional rent the sum of $ , on the first day of each month during the term of this lease, as Tenant's portion of the contract price for sprinkler supervisory service. HEAT, CLEANING:

  • Elevators Elevators for the use of all tenants and the general public for access to and from all floors of the Building, programming of elevators (including, but not limited to, service elevators), shall be as Landlord from time to time determines best for the Building as a whole.

  • Rubric The rubrics are a scoring tool used for the Educator’s self-assessment, the formative assessment, the formative evaluation and the summative evaluation. The districts may use either the rubrics provided by ESE or comparably rigorous and comprehensive rubrics developed or adopted by the district and reviewed by ESE.

  • Electrical Provide drawings for the following systems:

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  • Ventilation Where noxious or poisonous gases may accumulate, the City shall provide proper protection and ventilation. Proper lighting and ventilation shall be provided for all enclosed working spaces. All work in enclosed and confined spaces shall be performed in accordance with applicable Federal, State and local regulations. Spray painting shall be done only by qualified painters.

  • Heating The Hirer shall ensure that no unauthorised heating appliances shall be used on the premises when open to the public without the consent of the management committee. Portable Liquefied Propane Gas (LPG) heating appliances shall not be used.