New additions for medium voltage full covered conductors


Ensto is launching Suspension fittings and IP connector for medium voltage covered conductors 
(MV CC). Now we can offer a full range of products up to 241 mm² conductors and complement our full covered conductor (MV FCCS) range.

 

 

NEW SLW34 – IP/bare covered conductor connector is complementing the range

The connectors form the most essential group of the network's accessories. Ensto's connectors have been used around the world since the mid 1960's. The connector can be used for medium voltage covered conductor to bare conductor connections. SLW34 is excellent connector with unique Ensto design which has robust 3K molding, single bolt with delta-coated stainless steel and it is type tested.

Main conductor mm²: 35-157 mm² AlMgSi 

Branch conductor mm²: 50-241 mm² AlMgSi

IP / Bare connector SLW34 - Ensto

SLW34

 

 

NEW SO183S  – Suspension Clamp

The suspension clamp has no loose parts, so it is easy to handle even in difficult conditions. The insulation piercing contact part has a silicone seal which prevents the moisture getting into the conductor. The new SO0183S is a "big brother" for the smaller SO181.6S (157 mm²).

Suspension Clamp SO183S  – Ensto

SO183S

 

 

NEW SO257S – Tension Clamp

The new and the biggest Tension clamp for covered conductors PAS/BLL AlMgSi. Easy to install – no need to peel the conductor. The new SO257S is a "big brother" for the smaller SO256S (157 mm²). Both SO183S and SO257S have a unique Ensto design with integrated IP-connector.

  Tension Clamp SO257S – Ensto

SO257S 

 

Both SO183S and SO257S insulation piercing parts have following benefits:

  • Keep the parts of the clamp at the same potential
  • Prevent partial discharges and radio disturbances
  • Make it possible to add Power Arc Device and Earthing Horn to the clamps
  • Up to 241 mm²

The new products have installation videos and instructions on product pages. 

 

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