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NEMA - ANSI/NEMA C29.12

Composite Insulators — Transmission Suspension Type

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Organization: NEMA
Publication Date: 1 January 2020
Status: active
Page Count: 18
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This Standard covers composite suspension (tension) insulators with a minimum section length of 46 inches (1168.4 millimeters) made of a fiberglass-reinforced resin matrix core, polymer material weathersheds, and metal end fittings intended for use on overhead transmission lines for electric power systems. Mechanical and electrical performance levels specified herein are requirements for new insulators.

Document History

ANSI/NEMA C29.12
January 1, 2020
Composite Insulators — Transmission Suspension Type
This Standard covers composite suspension (tension) insulators with a minimum section length of 46 inches (1168.4 millimeters) made of a fiberglass-reinforced resin matrix core, polymer material...
January 1, 2013
For Composite Insulators — Transmission Suspension Type
This standard covers composite suspension (tension) insulators with a minimum section length of 46 inches (1168.4 mm) made of a fiberglass-reinforced resin matrix core, polymer material weathersheds,...
January 1, 1997
For Insulators Composite — Suspension Type
This standard covers composite suspension insulators made of a fiberglass-reinforced resin rod core, polymer material weathersheds, and metal end fittings intended for use on overhead transmission...
January 1, 1997
Insulators Composites - Suspension Type
This standard covers composite suspension insulators made of a fiberglass-reinforced resin rod core, polymer material weather-sheds, and metal end fittings intended for use on overhead transmission...

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