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Why silicone for HV insulators: Silicone compounds explained

Not all silicone is the same. It’s a chemistry thing. Silicone rubber is a mixture of many ingredients, and the actual silicone polymer base may be only about a third of it. Different materials are added for specific

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Why silicone for HV insulators: Silicone compounds explained

Author: Ryan Freeman

Minimizing the Risk of Wildfires with the Hubbell Fire Protection Disconnector

Wildfires continue to devastate portions of the western United States, Australia and other regions.

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The 5 Key Attributes of a Reliable Surge Arrester

MOV, or metal-oxide varistor, surge arresters are widely applied to protect critical utility.

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The Importance of Lead Length for Arrester Applications

A commonly overlooked consideration in arrester applications is the impact of lead length. The.

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Getting Started with Surge Arrester Specifications

With the recent and upcoming revisions of IEEE C62.11 and IEC 60099-4 surge arrester standards,.

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Arrester Field Testing

All Hubbell Power Systems surge arresters are factory tested according to IEEE C62.11 and IEC.

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Line Performance Improvement

Consumer demands for reliable electric power have continued to increase over the years with.

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The Evolution of Surge Protection Technology

Lightning protection devices date back to the mid 1700’s. Early technology, such as the lightning.

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11 Tips for Installing Line Arresters

Follow the directions, recommended work practices and be safe when installing line arresters..

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