Power transmission line poles

PTL poles are designed to arrange electrical power lines with a voltage of over 35 kV. These metal poles represent the main structural member of a complex system of high-voltage lines arrangement.

PTL poles types PTL poles are usually divided into two major groups — straight line poles and anchor type poles. In straight line poles the cables are attached to supporting clamps, and in anchor type poles they are attached using tension structures. These two basic types of pole, in turn, are divided into many subgroups. There are also special supports, which are used in non-standard conditions — for example, the transition from an overhead line to an underground cable gallery. High-voltage piles production Steel is the main material for PTL poles production. Reinforced concrete pillars that were previously widely used for various support structures, are now often replaced with new metal supports: they are more processable, but, in contrast to concrete, are apt to corrosion. This factor is mitigated through the use of a variety of coatings. PTL poles production is a complicated and technologically critical process. The reliability of power supply and high-voltage lines safety depends directly on the support structures reliability. It is important to consider many factors and have practical knowledge of the poles installation. We try to keep abreast of modern trends and actively implement the most advanced technologies. Our company includes production PTL poles of many different types. A wide range allows you to select an ideal option.

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