The tension clamp was invented for creating the line in tight spaces. We offer clamps for every situation, and they all perform well in the most challenging climates.
They are intended for branching and sealed connection of lighting wires and subscriber wires, fixing a supporting insulated wire on branches and mains, for fixing a subscriber line (two-four), and a carrier neutral on supports.
For the production of clamps, high-quality (high-alloy, non-corrosive) steels and alloys (high-tech and extra strong), resistant plastics are used that do not change their properties even after prolonged exposure to sunlight. The plastics used in our clamps remain strong at temperatures down to minus 52 degrees. All types of these fasteners have a good margin of mounting dimensions and strength, so that you can work with a very wide range of cables and mounting points.
Almost no one's work on laying networks can be done without special devices, such as clamps. Let's take a look at the advantages and characteristics of some of them. For example, there is a group of tension anchor clamps that are used to secure and hold two-core and four-core wires.
The clamp is installed on a special hook fixed to the pole. The wire is placed directly into the grooves of the clamp. Tensioning is done using a special winch. After installation, you need to inspect the wire for insulation damage. To increase reliability, the wire is additionally tightened with a cable clamp at a distance of 20-40 cm from the clamp.
It is important to use an intermediate suspension clamp for fastening straight sections in a span. It is used for auxiliary suspension of the cable on a perpendicularly laid steel cable, which is often done in urban environments. When laying transmission lines, both universal supporting clamps and specially selected for a certain type of cable are used. When choosing, it is also important to focus on the number of connected cores.
Universal supporting сlamp P1 for all types of cable is used for fastening self-supporting optical cables on intermediate supports with line spans up to 100 m.It is designed for fixing round cables with an outer diameter of 5.5-13 mm and optical cables of type 8.
Anchoring tension clamp H24 is suitable for the most comfortable attachment of flat self-supporting cables
There are two types of self-supporting cables: conventional or with an external power element. A conventional self-supporting cable contains a power element inside, in fact, the cable housing. A steel or fiberglass cable is the core of such a cable. This type of cable is used in all possible types of overhead lines.
When installing overhead cables, it is extremely important to choose a good, high quality and correct mount. There are three main types of cable fastening: tension, support and combined.
In the modern world, optical fiber is playing an increasing role. Cable TV, communications, the Internet - now optical fiber has practically replaced conventional copper cables. However, the use of an optical cable has some nuances. One of the most important features of using fiber is its routing. When laying the cable, it is necessary to strictly avoid bending it, hitting the cable, stretching it, to avoid damage to the optical fiber of the cable. Therefore, they usually try to lay optical fiber in the ground or cable ducts, but this is not always possible. If it is impossible, inexpedient, or unprofitable to lay the cable in the open ground or cable duct, usually overhead fiber-optic lines are built, while the cable is mounted on existing supports of overhead communication lines, power transmission line supports, etc.