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Heat shrink technology has been successfully used for more than 40 years in harsh environment applications in low, medium and high voltage networks. This paper showcases the different challenges to which heat shrink technology can answer such as: high UV, heavy pollution, salt fog, nuclear environment, fire resistant, flame retardant, oil barrier.
This paper points out the approach of establishment for composite hollow core technique in the station post application environment, and highlights some technical considerations made when adapting the well-introduced composite hollow core technique to the particular needs of this new application.
The range of problems caused by wildlife and experienced by substation and overhead line engineers who have to deal with them is enormous. This paper deals with the most common, and can be categorized as: migratory related, local specific, food (predator or prey), and shelter/security/nesting.