Insulation bar storage and storage precautions
Insulating bars are insulating tools used to operate live equipment for a short period of time, such as turning on or off high-voltage disconnectors, drop fuses, and so on. Insulating rods are one of the most commonly used safety tools for grass-roots rural power workers. They are mainly used to stop power transmission to rural distribution transformers and line switches. They are directly in contact with high-voltage electrified bodies. Therefore, it is necessary to properly master the insulation levers. Use requirements and precautions.
1. An ac voltage withstand test must be conducted every year. Unqualified insulation rods shall be scrapped and destroyed immediately. They shall not be reduced in standard use, and shall not be put together with qualified insulation rods.
2. Select a well-ventilated, clean and dry place when storing, and hang the square on the special gate bar, and manage it by someone else. The insulation plate should not be in contact with the wall to prevent it from getting wet.
3. Once the surface of the insulating rod is damaged or wet, it should be treated and dried in time. Damage to the surface of the shaft should not be tangled with ribbons such as wire or plastic tape. When drying, it is best to use the natural drying method of sunlight. After handling and drying, the gate must be tested before it can be reused.
4, an insulating rod generally consists of three sections. When storing or carrying, the sections should be disassembled and then the exposed threads should be put into special special tool bags with their ends facing upwards to prevent scratches on the surface of the shaft or damage to the threads.