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5 Ton Power Construction Cable Winch with Fast Speed


5 Ton Power Construction Cable Winch with Fast Speed is used for tower erection,pole setting,stringing wire in electrical power line construction.

Winch can be modified as per requirement, such as changing curve capstan into straight even cylindrical  shape and coming with steel rope.

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Q:What is the difference between NEC , NFPA , IEC & NEMA standards for electrical eng.(installations&motors)?
NFPA - National Fire Protection Association - National code that covers anything to do with flamable stuff (electrical, dust, combustibles, sprinklers, fire alarms, etc) (United States) NEC - National Electric Code a.k.a NFPA 70 (NEC is a section of the NFPA code) - Addresses proper installation of electrical equipment, devices and wiring(United States) NEMA - National Electric Manufacturers Association- trade organization for electrical manufacturers. Sets common rules, practices and certification for the manufacture of electrical components and devices (United States) IEC - International Electric Code - International version of NEMA IEC would most likely cover devices made for use in Egypt. I'm not sure what organization or governing body would address the installation there.
Q:Is mounting Pad-mounted equipment overhead illegal?
I don't believe that there is anything in the NEC that addresses this. Obviously, installing anything on a structure presents challenges that require the attention of a qualified structural engineer. And depending on the location, you could be facing some additional concerns. You would need to check on seismic activity in the area, and since 'pad mount' equipment has a broad profile, wind-loading could be more challenging if you have a wind-force specification to meet. The other issue you would need to consider is whether installation on a structure presents any particular safety concerns. Without knowing any more, my inclination would be to think that you might want to provide an enclosure around the structure to prevent civilians (rmeaning 'teenagers and drunk college students) from climbing it. Just out of curiosity - why does your client want this? We know that the client is always right - even when he insists to stupid things. I trust there is a good reason for asking for something that is bound to increase installation cost by probably 100%.
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The EMP has the capacity to damage electrical equipment regardless of the source powering the electrical equipment, especially now that power generation devices depend heavily on sensitive microelectronics.
Q:Question for Electrical Engineer or student?
Simply put: You are expected to know all the ways the job can be done. They will tell you which way they want it done.
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I'm in EE and it's fairly difficult. I hear it's one of the harder ones (according to other engineers), but I enjoy it. It's still not TOO hard. I think that both are fairly important, but I believe that presently the big issue is interfacing with the nervous system/brain, so I might lean toward electrical. But then again, the bionic part itself is mechanical, so I think it just boils down to personal preference.
Q:what is the important of the earth line in 3-phase, and what are his advantages?
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