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Covers materials, characteristics, fixing arrangements, and type, batch and routine tests, for insulators and insulator units designed to provide rigid support for busbars, parts of isolators, parts of air-break switches and other conductors in stations and for similar applications, but does not apply to insulators for supporting overhead transmission line conductors nor to bushing insulators. An appendix deals with selection and application of post insulators.
 

Document History

  1. AS 4398.1-1996


    Insulators - Ceramic or glass - Station post for indoor and outdoor use - Voltages greater than 1000 V a.c., Part 1: Characteristics

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  2. AS 1137.3-1981

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    Insulators - Porcelain and glass indoor and outdoor station post insulators (for voltages greater than 1000 V a.c.)

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  3. AS 1137.3-1972


    Insulators - Porcelain and glass indoor and outdoor station post insulators (for voltages greater than 1000 V a.c.)

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