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ALPHABETICAL INDEX
Type Page Type Page Type Page 21 ............................................................ 32 22 ............................................................ 31 AFGS ...................................................... 73 BHVSD ................................................... 57 BHVSF.................................................... 56 CCL-EHV .................................................. 6 CCLS-EHV................................................ 7 EVBCF.................................................... 45 EVBETSH ............................................... 54 EVDCH ................................................... 41 EVDCS.................................................... 39 EVEDST.................................................. 63 EVEDST-90 ............................................. 65 EVEF-D................................................... 84 EVETF .................................................... 15 EVETS .................................................... 49 EVHS ...................................................... 82 EVIS........................................................ 53 EVKES.................................................... 48 EVKET .................................................... 14 EVLCF ...................................................... 4 EVPC ...................................................... 81 EVS2C .................................................... 75 EVS2CT .................................................. 79 EVS3C .................................................... 77 EVSF2..................................................... 59 EVSF3..................................................... 60 EVSF3B .................................................. 61 EVSF4..................................................... 62 EVSP ...................................................... 72 EVSTF ...................................................... 3 EVST2F .................................................. 24 EVST3F .................................................. 23 EVSTT .................................................... 18 EVT2F-D ................................................. 17 EVT2S..................................................... 55 EVT3F-D ................................................. 17 EVTBCC ................................................. 29 EVTCF .................................................... 28 EVTEB .................................................... 67 EVTGS.................................................... 69 EVTS....................................................... 37 EVTT2F................................................... 36 EVTT3F................................................... 35 EVTTF..................................................... 27 EVTTT..................................................... 25 EVVBS.................................................... 46 EVWETT ................................................. 21 EVWTEB................................................. 68 EVWTF ................................................... 34 EVWTGSR.............................................. 74 HV2CF ...................................................... 5 HVBETS ................................................. 54 HVCF-EHV................................................ 4 HVCGS ................................................... 70 HVCS ...................................................... 38 HVDCH ................................................... 41 HVDCS ................................................... 39 HVEDST ................................................. 63 HVEDST-90............................................. 65 HVETF .................................................... 15 HVETS .................................................... 49 HVHS-90D .............................................. 83 HVPC ...................................................... 81 HVRTE .................................................... 13 HVRTS .................................................... 47 HVS2C .................................................... 75 HVS2CT.................................................. 79 HVSCCS ................................................. 51 HVSEES ................................................. 52 HVSF ...................................................... 58 HVSTF ...................................................... 3 HVSTT .................................................... 18 HVT2S .................................................... 55 HVTBCC ................................................. 29 HVTEB.................................................... 67 HVTTF .................................................... 27 HVTTT .................................................... 25 HVWETT................................................. 21 HVWTEB ................................................ 68 UVS4C .................................................... 78 W2CF-EHV ............................................. 12 WCF-EHV ............................................... 11 WCI ......................................................... 22 WEPE ..................................................... 71 WLI-45-EHV............................................ 20 WLI-90-EHV............................................ 20 WSTFE-EHV ............................................. 8 WST2F-EHV ........................................... 10 WSTFX-EHV ............................................. 9 WTH-EHV ............................................... 43 WTTFR ................................................... 33 WUR-EHV ............................................... 44 WURE-EHV ............................................ 42 Die-Reference Charts: CC-4872.................................................. 85 C-13282 .................................................. 86 Installation Charts: DC-6536.................................................. 90 DC-6750.................................................. 88 DC-6788.................................................. 91 DC-6790.................................................. 92 DC-9295.................................................. 87 DC-11852................................................ 89 DC-11853................................................ 88

EXTRA HIGH VOLTAGE SUBSTATION CONNECTORS
We have been actively engaged in the design, development and production of substation power connectors for Extra High Voltage (EHV) applications since 1957. The experience gained through research and development in designing substation connectors for use at low voltage levels helped in planning ahead for the EHV era. The use of Extra High Voltage has evolved as an economic necessity rather than a glamorous alternate. With large generating stations being located at fuel availability points in remote areas, plus the requirement for utility interconnections, the need is increasing to transfer larger and larger blocks of power over greater distances. Extra High Voltage was and is necessary; however, existing designs of equipment and connectors had to be altered to handle the higher voltages. EHV connectors must operate free of corona and maintain the mechanical strength and current transfer capabilities required of other power connectors. As an established leader in the Extra High Voltage substation connector market, we were one of the 345 KV connector pioneers and the first manufacturer to supply connectors for 500 and 765 KV substations. And, a major percentage of the EHV connectors in service today were designed and supplied by us. Our continuing efforts have aided the electrical industry in the development of design standards and performance criteria for these connectors. Our goals coincide with those of the electric utility industry…to provide an ever improving product at the lowest possible price. Nature of Corona and RIV Corona is the primary element which must be considered and controlled when designing connectors for Extra High Voltage applications. Corona is a result of a condition where the electrostatic flux density in the air exceeds a critical value near an adjacent metal surface. Air and other vapors in this area become ionized and serve as a conductor of electricity. When the voltage is increased, a brush discharge takes place, until the whole thickness of the dielectric layer is broken down and disruptive discharges (sparks) jump from electrode to electrode. Corona involves power loss, radio noise and can have an injurious effect on fibrous insulation. Sharp edges, bubbles, nonhomogeneous insulation, etc., aggravate this condition. Positive corona can be seen as a plume and is the principal source of radio influence voltage (RIV). Negative corona is seen as a glow and has no significant radio influence. EHV connectors must be free of audible and visible corona at the rated line voltage plus ten percent. At these voltage levels the RIV level should not exceed 200 microvolts. Design Criteria The design of Extra High Voltage connectors and fittings must meet critical field gradient configurations in conjunction with the mechanical and/or electrical load carrying requirements. Failure to meet this prerequisite can result in unacceptable visible or audible corona. We control corona on substation connectors by providing recessed hardware, generous mass and radii, high quality surface finish, and shielding rings. Any or all of these designs could be used in any given application requirement. All Extra High Voltage components are manufactured within our facilities, utilizing proven production techniques. These procedures plus final assembly, inspection and packaging, are geared to preserve quality and acceptable connector performance. As a result of our design efforts, testing and experience, EHV connectors and connector assemblies are free of audible and visible brush type corona at voltages ten percent above rated system operating voltages. Years of experience in the EHV substation connector field has indicated it is most advantageous to the purchaser to obtain all EHV substation connectors for a single station from one manufacturer. This not only provides design and manufacturing integrity through all the connectors, it also provides unit responsibility. This single source minimizes the amount of effort on the part of the customer and should any questions arise during construction or subsequent operation, experienced factory personnel are available to assist in resolving questions concerning our connectors. Various standards, test and experience in the EHV field indicates there are minimum conductor sizes which should be considered in the design of 345 KV and 500 KV substations. Tubing smaller than 1 1/2” IPS or cable less than 1.76 inch diameter should be bundled for 345 KV application. Conductors smaller than 2 1/2” IPS or 2.50 inch cable diameter should be bundled for 500 KV application. Based on extensive laboratory testing and many years of experience, we can recommend the most efficient connector and conductor system to meet your requirements.

EHV SUBSTATION CONNECTORS- Continued
Radio Influence Voltage (R.I.V.) and Corona Testing Corona observations are made in a darkened laboratory using binoculars. A voltage is impressed upon test specimens to cause sufficiently violent corona discharge to identify areas of high electrical stress. Corona observations are made and recorded as the impressed voltage is decreased in small increments. Observers also monitor the absence or presence of audible corona. All of our basic designs have been tested for satisfactory corona free performance and have consistently performed above the minimum acceptable limits currently specified by every utility and consultant with whom we have worked. Without exception, all material which we propose to furnish is capable of corona free performance within normal R.I.V. limits at specified voltages. Conclusion We have frequently been called upon to custom design for special applications at various voltages. Many customers have found that our catalog listing is only a small segment of the vast collection of connectors and fittings which we have produced for utilities across the country. We have the production capability for producing to customer specifications and the design knowledge and experience to make sound recommendations for connector application. Our capabilities have been proven by the outstanding field performance record enjoyed to date and we are justifiably proud of this record. We sincerely appreciate your interest in our Extra High Voltage connectors and will welcome the opportunity to provide further information in any area in which questions may arise.

EHV SUBSTATION TERMINALS
EHV BOLTED TERMINALS FOR TUBE TO FLAT PAD TYPE HVSTF/EVSTF
ALUMINUM

Aluminum alloy, tube to flat, terminal connectors are designed for corona free service at 345 and 500 KV respectively. Tongue mounting hardware is not furnished as part of this catalog number. Hardware must be ordered separately, specifying thickness of the pad to be clamped. The hardware shield is furnished as part of this catalog number. Tongue holes have NEMA spacing. Contact sealant is recommended. Terminals with side formed contact may be ordered by adding “-SF” to catalog number (example: HVSTF-34-D-SF). Material: Castings – 356-T6 aluminum alloy Clamping Hardware – aluminum alloy

HVSTF/EVSTF

354 KV AND 500 KV LINE-TO-LINE APPLICATIONS
CATALOG NUMBER HVSTF-20-D HVSTF-24-D HVSTF-30-D HVSTF-34-D HVSTF-40-D ALUMINUM CONDUCTOR SIZE TUBING IPS/EHIPS 2 21/2 3 31/2 4 DIMENSIONS - INCHES (MM) A 345 KV APPLICATIONS 4 (101.60) 4 (101.60) 4 (101.60) 41/4 (107.95) 41/4 (107.95) 5 (127.00) 5 (127.00) 5 (127.00) 5 (127.00) 6 (152.40) 6 (152.40) 21/2 (63.50) 23/4 (69.85) 31/16 (77.79) 35/16 (84.14) 39/16 (90.49) 35/16 (84.14) 35/16 (84.14) 39/16 (90.49) 313/16 (96.84) 45/16 (109.54) 47/8 (123.83) 61/4 (158.75) 61/2 (165.10) 73/16 (182.56) 77/8 (200.03) 83/8 (212.73) 77/8 (200.03) 77/8 (200.03) 8 (203.20) 87/8 (203.20) 10 (254.00) 11 (279.40) 8.0 (3.63) 8.9 (4.04) 9.2 (4.17) 9.8 (4.45) 10.7 (4.85) 13.2 (5.99) 13.1 (5.94) 13.8 (6.27) 14.4 (6.53) 19.9 (9.03) 21.2 (9.62) C F APPROX. WT. EA. LBS.(KG)

500 KV APPLICATIONS EVSTF-24-D EVSTF-30-D EVSTF-34-D EVSTF-40-D EVSTF-50-D EVSTF-60-D 21/2 3 31/2 4 5 6



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EHV SUBSTATION TERMINALS
EHV BOLTED TERMINALS FOR CABLE TO FLAT PAD TYPE HVCF
ALUMINUM

HVCF/EVLCF

Aluminum alloy, cable to flat, terminals are designed for corona free service at 345 and 500 KV respectively. Single cable diameter under 1.76 inch for 345 KV and 2.50 inch diameter for 500 KV may not be corona free unless conductors are bundled. This catalog number does not include tongue mounting hardware or bolt shields; these components must be ordered separately. (See Type EVHS-D bolt shields.) Bolt shields must be used on both sides of pad to assure corona free performance. Tongue holes have NEMA spacing. Contact sealant is recommended. Add suffix: “-HS” for one hardware shield, and “-HS2” for two hardware shields.

W

Material: Castings – 356-T6 aluminum alloy Clamping Hardware – aluminum alloy

L

354 KV AND 500 KV LINE-TO-LINE APPLICATIONS
ALUMINUM CONDUCTOR RANGE CATALOG NUMBER DIA. IN. AAC ACSR A DIMENSIONS-INCHES (MM) T W J L APPROX. WT. EA. LBS.(KG)

345 KV APPLICATIONS 874.5 1033.5 (37 Str.) (61 Str.) (37 Str.) (61 Str.) (91 Str.) (61 Str.) (91 Str.) (61 Str.) (61 Str.) (91 Str.) (127 Str.) (91 Str.) (127 Str.) 715.5 795 795 954 1033.5 1113 1113 1272 1431 1590 2167 2156 30/19 24/7 54/7 26/7 30/19 45/7 45/7 54/7 45/7 54/19 54/19 45/7 43/19 54/19 45/7 54/19 72/7 84/19

HVCF-1172-D

1.072-1.172

4 (101.60)

3/4 (19.05)

41/2 (114.30)

1/2 (12.70)

83/8 (212.7)

5.2 (2.36)

HVCF-1300-D

1.200-1.300

1100 1272 1250 1431 1590 1750 2500

4 (101.60) 4 (101.60) 4 (101.60) 63/4 (171.45) 10 (254.0) 10 (254.0) 10 (254.0)

3/4 (19.05) 3/4 (19.05) 7/8 (22.23) 1 (25.40) 3/4 (19.05) 3/4 (19.05) 1 (25.40)

41/2 (114.30) 45/8 (117.48) 51/8 (130.18) 51/2 (139.70) 51/2 (139.70) 51/2 (139.70) 51/2 (139.70)

1/2 (12.70) 1/2 (12.70) 5/8 (15.88) 5/8 (15.88) 5/8 (15.88) 5/8 (15.88) 5/8 (15.88)

83/8 (212.7) 81/4 (209.6) 81/4 (209.6) 11 (279.4) 141/4 (361.9) 141/4 (361.9) 141/2 (368.3)

5.1 (2.31) 5.2 (2.36) 6.7 (3.04) 11.6 (5.26) 14.4 (6.54) 16.0 (7.26) 16.1 (7.31)

HVCF-1382-D

1.282-1.382

HVCF-1545-D HVCF-1824-D

1.445-1.545 1.724-1.824

500 KV APPLICATIONS *EVLCF-1680D *EVLCF-1762D *EVLCF-1880D *8 Clamping Bolts 1.680 1.762 1.880 – – – – – – – – – – – –



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EHV SUBSTATION TERMINALS
EHV BOLTED TERMINALS TWO CABLES TO FLAT PAD TYPE HV2CF Aluminum alloy, cable to flat, terminals are designed for corona free service at 345 KV. This catalog number does not include tongue mounting hardware or bolt shields; these components must be ordered separately. Bolt shields must be used on both sides of pad to assure corona free performance. Tongue holes have NEMA spacing. Contact sealant is recommended. Material: Castings – 356-T6 aluminum alloy Clamping Hardware – aluminum alloy Add suffix: “-HS” for one hardware shield, and “-HS2” for two hardware shields.

ALUMINUM

HV2CF

354 KV/500 KV LINE-TO-LINE APPLICATIONS
CATALOG NUMBER ALUMINUM CONDUCTOR RANGE DIA. IN.
650 HV2CF-1028-D .928–1.028 795

DIMENSIONS-INCHES (MM) A 4 (101.60) T 1 (25.40) L 81/2 (215.90) W 91/8 (231.78) J 1/2 (12.70) B
45/8 (117.48)

AAC
(61 Str.) (91 Str.) (37 Str.) (91 Str.) (37 Str.) (61 Str.) (37 Str.) (61 Str.) (37 Str.) (61 Str.) (37 Str.) (61 Str.) (91 Str.) (61 Str.) (91 Str.) (61 Str.) (91 Str.) (61 Str.) (91 Str.) (127 Str.) (91 Str.) (127 Str.) (91 Str.) (127 Str.)

ACSR
636 36/1 24/7 26/7 18/1 36/1 24/7 45/7 24/7 54/7 26/7 30/19 54/7 26/7 3/9 01 36/1 45/7 54/7 45/7 5/9 41 5/9 41 5/9 41 5/9 41 45/7 8/9 41 72/7 8/9 41

APPROX. WT. EA. LBS.(KG)
6.9

(3.13)

666.6 795 874.5 795 1033.5 1033.5 1113 1113 1272 1272 1431 1780 2167 2156

874.5 HV2CF-1163-D 1.063–1.163 954

4 (101.60)

1 (25.40)

(215.90)

81/2

(231.78)

91/8

(12.70)

1/2

45/8 (117.48)

(3.13)

6.9

HV2CF-1196-D

1.096–1.196

954 1033.5

4 (101.60) 4 (101.60) 4 (101.60) 4 (101.60) 4 (101.60) 63/4 (171.45)

1 (25.40) 1 (25.40) 1 (25.40) 1 (25.40) 1 (25.40) 1 (25.40)

(215.90)

81/2

(231.78)

91/8

(12.70)

1/2

45/8 (117.48) 45/8 (117.48) 43/4 (120.65) 415/16 (125.41) 51/4 (133.35)

(3.13)
6.9

6.9

HV2CF-1300-D

1.200–1.300 1.282–1.382 1.354–1.454 1.550–1.650 1.724–1.824

1100 1272 1250 1431 1400 1590 1900 2000 2500

(215.90) (215.90) (215.90) (215.90)

81/2 81/2 81/2 81/2

(231.78) (238.13) (247.65)

91/8 93/8 93/4

(12.70) (12.70)

1/2 1/2

(3.13) (3.54) (3.68)
8.7 (3.95) 8.1 7.8

HV2CF-1382-D HV2CF-1454-D

5/8 (15.88) 5/8 (15.88) 5/8 (15.88)

HV2CF-1650-D *HV2CF-1824-D

103/8 (263.53) 111/8 (282.58)

111/4 (285.75)

55/8 (142.85)

11.3 (5.13)

* 12 clamping bolts required. Contact factory for sizes not shown.



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EHV SUBSTATION TERMINALS
EHV COMPRESSION TERMINALS FOR CABLE TYPE CCL-EHV
ALUMINUM

CCL-EHV

Aluminum cast compression terminal connectors are designed for corona free service at 500 KV. Single cable diameter under 1.76 inch for 345 KV and 2.50 inch diameter for 500 KV may not be corona free unless conductors are bundled. These connectors can be compressed with conventional tooling. The barrel is factory inhibited and the entire connector is sealed in a clear plastic bag. Tongue mounting hardware and bolt shields are not part of this catalog number, and must be ordered separately. For 15˚ angle terminals add “15” to the catalog number (example: CCL-1659-D-15-EHV). For conductors not shown and for angles other than 15˚, contact factory for information and dimensions. Pad holes have NEMA spacing. Contact sealant is recommended. Material: Casting – 99 aluminum alloy
For use with conventional compression tooling refer to chart CC-4872 for tool and die information see page 85. Add “-XY” for double contact surfaces.

500 KV LINE-TO-LINE APPLICATIONS
CATALOG NUMBER
CCL-1036-D-EHV CCL-1051-D-EHV

ALUMINUM CONDUCTOR RANGE DIA. IN.
1.019–1.036 1.040–1.063 874.5 900 795 800

AAC
(37 Str.) (61 Str.) – (37 Str.) (61 Str.) (37 Str.) (91 Str.) (61 Str.) (37 Str.) (61 Str.) (61 Str.) (37 Str.) (61 Str.) (91 Str.) (61 Str.) (61 Str.) (91 Str.) (91 Str.) (61 Str.) (91 Str.) (61 Str.) (91 Str.) (61 Str.) (91 Str.) (61 Str.) (91 Str.) (61 Str.) (127 Str.) (127 Str.) (127 Str.) (127 Str.) (91 Str.) (127 Str.) – 2500 2750 3000 3000 (91 Str.) (127 Str.) (91 Str.) (127 Str.) (127 Str.)

ACSR
636 715.5 795 795 715.5 715.5 795 30/19 54/7 36/1 47/7 26/7 26/7 30/19 24/7 54/7 26/7 45/7 54/7 30/19 86/1 54/7 45/7 54/7 36/1 45/7 54/7 54/7 54/19 45/7 54/19 45/7 54/19 45/7 54/19 45/7 54/19 45/7 45/7 54/19 54/19 84/19 72/7 84/19 – – – –

DIE REF.
1.843 1.843

FIGURE NUMBER
1 1

DIMENSIONS-INCHES (MM) A
53/4 (146.05) 53/4 (146.05)

T
3/4 (19.05) 3/4 (19.05)

L
137/8 (352.43) 137/8 (352.43)

APPROX. WT. EA. LBS.(KG)
2.8 (1.27) 2.7 (1.22)

CCL-1108-D-EHV

1.077–1.108

1.843

1

53/4 (146.05)

3/4 (19.05)

137/8 (352.43)

2.9 (1.32)

CCL-1162-D-EHV

1.124–1.162

954 1000 1033.5 1100 1113 1192.5 1200 1250 1272 1300 1351.5 1400 1431 1500

900 795 954 874 954 1033.5 1033.5 1113 1113 1192.5 1192.5 1272 1351.5 1351.5 1431 1431 1510.5 1590 1510.5 1590 1780 2167 2156

2.125

1

61/2 (165.10) 61/2 (165.10) 61/2 (165.10) 61/2 (165.10) 61/2 (165.10) 61/2 (165.10) 61/2 (165.10) 7 (177.80) 7 (177.80) 7 (177.80) 7 (177.80) 7 (177.80) 7 (177.80)

3/4 (19.05) 3/4 (19.05) 3/4 (19.05) 3/4 (19.05) 3/4 (19.05) 3/4 (19.05) 3/4 (19.05) 1 (25.40) 1 (25.40) 1 (25.40) 1 (25.40) 1 (25.40) 1 (25.40)

145/8 (371.48) 145/8 (371.48) 145/8 (371.43) 145/8 (371.48) 145/8 (371.48) 145/8 (371.48) 145/8 (371.48) 155/8 (396.85) 155/8 (396.85) 155/8 (396.85) 155/8 (396.85) 155/8 (396.85) 155/8 (396.85)

4.0 (1.81) 4.0 (1.81) 4.2 (1.9) 4.2 (1.91) 3.9 (1.77) 3.9 (1.77) 3.9 (1.77) 6.3 (2.86) 6.6 (2.99) 6.6 (2.99) 6.6 (2.99) 6.6 (2.99) 6.6 (2.99)

CCL-1196-D-EHV

1.165–1.196 1.209–1.263

2.125 2.125

1 1

CCL-1246-D-EHV

CCL-1299-D-EHV

1.293–1.302 1.338–1.385

2.375 2.375

1

CCL-1382-D-EHV

1

CCL-1465-D-EHV

1.412–1.466

CCL-1545-D-EHV CCL-1659-D-EHV CCL-1762-D-EHV CCL-1824-D-EHV CCL-1950-D-EHV CCL-1996-D-EHV CCL-2160-D-EHV

1.502–1.548 1.602–1.659 1.710–1.762 1.763–1.824 1.825–1.950 1.953–1.996 2.160

1590 1510.5 1600 1700 1750 1800 2000 2000

2.375

1

2.375 2.937 2.937 2.937 2.937 2.937 2.937

1 2 2 2 2 2 2



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EHV SUBSTATION TERMINALS
EHV SHORT BARREL COMPRESSION TERMINALS FOR CABLE TYPE CCLS-EHV Aluminum cast compression terminal connectors are designed for corona free service at 500 KV. Single cable diameter under 1.76 inch for 345 KV and 2.50 inch diameter for 500 KV may not be corona free unless conductors are bundled. These connectors can be compressed with conventional tooling. The barrel is factory inhibited and the entire connector is sealed in a clear plastic bag. Tongue mounting hardware and bolt shields are not part of this catalog number, and must be ordered separately. Pads are pressed and have contact surface on both sides. Shot barrel requires less space and allows faster installation. Pad holes have NEMA spacing. Contact sealant is recommended. For 15˚ angle terminals add “-15” to catalog number (example CCLS-1424-D-15) Material: Casting – 99 aluminum alloy
For use with conventional compression Tooling, refer to chart C-13282 for tool and die information see page 86. Add “-XY” for double contact surfaces.

ALUMINUM

CCLS-EHV

TYPE CCLS-EHV COMPRESSION TERMINALS FOR CABLE 500 KV LINE-TO-LINE APPLICATIONS
CATALOG NUMBER CCLS-1081-D-EHV CCLS-1152-D-EHV CCLS-1216-D-EHV CCLS-1300-D-EHV CCLS-1424-D-EHV CCLS-1506-D-EHV CCLS-1545-D-EHV CCLS-1659-D-EHV CCLS-1762-D-EHV CCLS-1824-D-EHV CCLS-1996-D-EHV CCLS-2160-D-EHV ALUMINUM CONDUCTOR RANGE CABLE DIA. INCHES 1.026–1.081 1.092–1.152 1.140–1.216 1.246–1.300 1.345–1.424 1.424–1.506 1.506–1.545 1.602–1.659 1.750–1.762 1.824 1.996 2.160 DIE REF. 1.625 1.625 1.625 1.844 2.062 2.062 2.062 2.375 2.375 2.375 2.625 2.750 DIMENSIONS-INCHES (MM) A 45/8 (117.48) 45/8 (117.48) 45/8 (117.48) 51/4 (133.35) 51/4 (133.35) 53/8 (136.53) 53/8 (136.53) 53/4 (146.05) 53/4 (146.05) 53/4 (146.05) 63/4 (171.45) 63/4 (171.45) T 1/2 (12.70) 1/2 (12.70) 1/2 (12.70) 1/2 (12.70) 1/2 (12.70) 5/8 (15.88) 5/8 (15.88) 5/8 (15.88) 5/8 (15.88) 5/8 (15.88) 3/4 (19.05) 3/4 (19.05) L 93/4 (247.65) 93/4 (247.65) 93/4 (247.65) 105/8 (269.88) 105/8 (269.88) 103/4 (273.05) 103/4 (273.05) 11 (279.40) 11 (279.40) 11 (279.40) 121/8 (307.98) 121/8 (307.98) WEIGHT 1.3 1.3 1.3 1.6 2.0 1.9 1.9 2.3 2.2 2.2 2.8 2.8



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EHV SUBSTATION TERMINALS
EHV EXTERNAL WELDED TERMINALS FOR TUBE TO FLAT PAD TYPE WSTFE-EHV Aluminum alloy tube to flat terminals are designed for corona free service at 345 and 500 KV. Terminals with center-formed contact may be ordered by adding “CF” to the catalog number (example: WSTFE-40-D-CF-EHV). The hardware shield is included as part of this catalog number. Tongue hardware is not furnished as part of this catalog number. Hardware must be ordered separately, specifying thickness of pad to be clamped. Pad holes have NEMA spacing. Contact sealant is recommended after welding. Material: Castings – 356-T6 aluminum alloy Bolt Shield – 356-T6 aluminum alloy

ALUMINUM

WSTFE-EHV

K Pad

N Pad

354 KV AND 500 KV LINE-TO-LINE APPLICATIONS
CATALOG NUMBER ALUMINUM CONDUCTOR SIZE IPS/EHIPS DIMENSIONS - INCHES (MM) A 345 KV APPLICATIONS WSTFE-20-D-EHV WSTFE-24-D-EHV 2 21/2 11/4 (31.75) 11/2 (38.10) 345 KV/500 KV APPLICATIONS WSTFE-30-D-EHV WSTFE-40-D-EHV WSTFE-50-D-EHV WSTFE-60-D-EHV WSTFE-34-D-CF-EHV WSTFE-40-N-CF-EHV* WSTFE-60-N-CF-EHV* WSTFE-40-K-CF-EHV WSTFE-50-K-CF-EHV * Includes 2 Hardware Shields 3 4 5 6 31/2 4 6 4 5 13/4 (44.45) 21/4 (57.15) 23/4 (69.85) 31/2 (88.90) 2 (50.80) 2 (50.80) 31/2 (88.90) 21/4 (57.15) 23/4 (69.85) 23/8 (60.33) 27/8 (72.03) 33/8 (85.73) 315/16 (100.01) – – – – – 3.9 (1.77) 6.1 (2.77) 7.6 (3.45) 10.8 (4.90) 5.0 (3.07) 8.5 (3.86) 13.3 (6.04) 8.0 (3.63) 9.6 (4.36) 13/4 (44.45) 2 (50.80) 2.6 (1.18) 3.7 (1.68) C APPROX. WT. EA. LBS. (KG)



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EHV SUBSTATION TERMINALS
EHV INTERNAL WELDED TERMINALS FOR TUBE TO CENTER-FORMED FLAT PAD TYPE WSTFX-EHV
ALUMINUM

Aluminum alloy, tube to flat, terminal connectors are designed for corona free service at 345 and 500 KV. Only one side of the contact tongue is machined. Casting is chamfered for proper welding fit. This catalog number does not include tongue mounting hardware or bolt shields; these components must be ordered separately. Specify “H” in catalog number if Schedule 80 EHIPS tubing is to be used. (example: WSTFXH40-D-CF-EHV.) Tongue holes have NEMA spacing. Contact sealant is recommended for contact pad after welding. Material: Castings – 356-T6 aluminum alloy Add suffix: “-HS” for one hardware shield, and “-HS2” for two hardware shields.

WSTFX-EHV

354 KV/500 KV LINE-TO-LINE APPLICATIONS
CATALOG NUMBER WSTFX-24-D-CF-EHV WSTFX-30-D-CF-EHV WSTFX-34-D-CF-EHV WSTFX-40-D-CF-EHV WSTFX-50-D-CF-EHV WSTFX-60-D-CF-EHV ALUMINUM CONDUCTOR SIZE TUBING IPS 21/2 3 31/2 4 5 6 DIMENSIONS–INCHES (MM) A 11/2 (38.10) 13/4 (44.45) 13/4 (44.45) 2 (50.80) 2 (50.80) 21/2 (63.50) T 1/2 (12.70) 5/8 (15.88) 3/4 (15.88) 7/8 (19.05) 1 (25.40) 1 (25.40) L 7 (177.80) 71/4 (184.15) 71/4 (184.15) 75/8 (193.68) 75/8 (193.68) 8 (203.20) APPROX. WT. EA. LBS. (KG) 1.5 (.68) 2.2 (.99) 2.7 (1.23) 3.7 (1.68) 4.8 (2.18) 6.4 (2.91)



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EHV EXTERNAL WELDED TERMINALS FOR TUBE TO TWO FLAT PADS TYPE WST2F-EHV Aluminum alloy weldment, tube to double flat, terminal is designed for corona free service at 345 and 500 KV when bolt shields are installed. This catalog number does not include hardware shields or mounting hardware. Contact sealant is recommended for contact pads after welding. Material: Castings – 356-T6 aluminum alloy Pads – 6061-T6 Add suffix: “-HS” for one hardware shield, and “-HS2” for two hardware shields.

ALUMINUM

WST2F-EHV

345 KV LINE-TO-LINE APPLICATIONS
CATALOG NUMBER WST2F-24-D-EHV WST2F-30-D-EHV WST2F-34-D-EHV WST2F-40-D-EHV WST2F-50-D-EHV WST2F-60-D-EHV ALUMINUM CONDUCTOR SIZE TUBING IPS/EHIPS 21/2 3 31/2 4 5 6 DIMENSIONS–INCHES (MM) A 1 (25.40) 1 (25.40) 1 (25.40) 11/4 (31.75) 11/4 (31.75) 11/2 (38.10) C 45/8 (117.48) 51/4 (133.35) 6 (152.40) 67/8 (174.63) 93/8 (238.13) 75/16 (185.74) APPROX. WT. EA. LBS. (KG) 2.3 (1.04) 2.9 (1.37) 3.6 (1.63) 4.9 (2.22) 5.4 (2.45) 4.6 (2.09)



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EHV WELDED CABLE TERMINALS FOR CABLE TO FLAT PAD TYPE WCF-EHV Aluminum alloy, cable to flat pad, terminal connectors are designed for corona free service at 345 KV. Tongue holes have NEMA spacing. Cable should be positioned 1/8” to 3/16” from edge inside barrel prior to puddle welding. This catalog number does not include tongue mounting hardware or bolt shields; these components must be ordered separately. Corona rings, terminal equipment or bolt shields must be used on both sides of pad to assure corona free performance. Contact sealant is recommended for contact pads after welding. Material: Casting – 356-T6 aluminum alloy Add suffix: “-HS” for one hardware shield, and “-HS2” for two hardware shields.

ALUMINUM

WCF-EHV

345 KV LINE-TO-LINE APPLICATIONS
CATALOG NUMBER
WCF-106-D-EHV

ALUMINUM CONDUCTOR RANGE DIA. IN.
.990–1.028 750 795 800 874.5 900 954 1000 1033.5 1100 1113 1200 1300 1351.5 1400 1500 1590 1700 1750 1900 2000

DIMENSIONS-INCHES (MM) A 13/4 (44.45) 13/4 (44.45) 13/4 (44.45) 13/4 (44.45) 2 (50.80) 2 (50.80) 2 (50.80) 2 (50.80) 21/2 (63.50) 21/2 (63.50) 21/2 (63.50) 3 (76.20) 3 (76.20) 3 (76.20) L 6 (152.40) 6 (152.40) 6 (152.40) 6 (152.40) 61/4 (158.75) 61/4 (158.75) 61/4 (158.75) 61/4 (158.75) 63/4 (171.45) 63/4 (171.45) 63/4 (171.45) 71/4 (184.15) 71/4 (184.15) 71/4 (184.15) T 1/2 (12.70) 1/2 (12.70) 1/2 (12.70) 1/2 (12.70) 9/16 (14.20) 9/16 (14.20) 9/16 (14.20) 9/16 (14.20) 5/8 (15.88) 5/8 (15.88) 5/8 (15.88) 3/4 (19.05) 3/4 (19.05) 3/4 (19.05)

AAC
(61 Str.) (37 Str.) (61 Str.) (61 Str.) (37 Str.) (61 Str.) (91 Str.) (61 Str.) (37 Str.) (61 Str.) (37 Str.) (61 Str.) (91 Str.) (61 Str.) (91 Str.) (91 Str.) (61 Str.) (91 Str.) (91 Str.) (61 Str.) (91 Str.) (127 Str.) (127 Str.) (127 Str.) (91 Str.) – 2500 3000 3500 (91 Str.) (127 Str.) (127 Str.) (169 Str.) (127 Str.) 2167 2156 636

ACSR
666.6 715.5 795 795 795 900 1033.5 1113 1192.5 1192. 1272 1272 1351.5 1431 1590 1590 24/7 30/19 24/7 54/7 30/19 26/7 36/1 45/7 54/7 26/7 30/19 54/7 45/7 54/7 54/19 45/7 54/19 45/7 54/19 45/7 54/19 45/7 54/19

APPROX. WT. EA. LBS.(KG) (.48)
1.1 1.1

WCF-113-D-EHV

1.031–1.081

(.48)
1.1

WCF-117-D-EHV

1.093–1.125 1.140–1.172 1.209–1.246 1.263–1.315 1.320–1.346 1.364–1.412 1.454–1.504 1.526–1.590 1.630–1.631 1.729–1.762 1.823–1.824 1.996–2.158

(.48) (.48) (.64) (.64)
1.6 (.73) 1.6 (.73) 1.4 1.4 1.1

WCF-123-D-EHV WCF-129-D-EHV WCF-136-D-EHV WCF-143-D-EHV WCF-147-D-EHV WCF-155-D-EHV WCF-162-D-EHV WCF-172-D-EHV WCF-181-D-EHV WCF-188-D-EHV WCF-222-D-EHV

1.8 (.82) 1.8 (.82) 1.8 (.82) 2.7 (1.22) 2.7 (1.22) 2.7 (1.22)


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EHV WELDED CABLE TERMINALS TWO CABLES TO FLAT PAD TYPE W2CF-EHV Aluminum alloy, cable to flat pad, terminal connectors are designed for corona free service at 345 KV. Tongue holes have NEMA spacing. Cable should be positioned 1/8” to 3/16” from edge inside barrel prior to puddle welding. This catalog number does not include tongue mounting hardware or bolt shields; these components must be ordered separately. Corona rings, terminal equipment or bolt shields must be used on both sides of pad to assure corona free performance. Contact sealant is recommended for contact pads after welding. Material: Castings – 356-T6 aluminum alloy Add suffix: “-HS” for one hardware shield, and “-HS2” for two hardware shields.

ALUMINUM

W2CF-EHV

345 KV LINE-TO-LINE APPLICATIONS
CATALOG NUMBER
W2CF-106-D-EHV

ALUMINUM CONDUCTOR RANGE DIA. IN.
.990–1.028 750 795 800 874.5 900 954 1000 1033.5 1100 1113 1200 1300 1351 1400 1500 1590 1700 1750 1900 2000

DIMENSIONS-INCHES (MM) A 13/4 (44.45) 13/4 (44.45) 13/4 (44.45) 13/4 (44.45) 2 (50.80) 2 (50.80) 2 (50.80) 2 (50.80) 21/2 (63.50) 21/2 (63.50) 21/2 (63.50) 3 (76.20) 3 (76.20) 3 (76.20) L 6 (152.40) 6 (152.40) 6 (152.40) 6 (152.40) 61/4 (158.75) 61/4 (158.75) 61/4 (158.75) 61/4 (158.75) 63/4 (171.45) 63/4 (171.45) 63/4 (171.45) 71/4 (184.15) 71/4 (184.15) 71/4 (184.15) T 5/8 (15.88) 5/8 (15.88) 5/8 (15.88) 5/8 (15.88) 11/16 (17.46) 11/16 (17.46) 11/16 (17.46) 11/16 (17.46) 3/4 (19.05) 3/4 (19.05) 3/4 (19.05) 1 (25.4) 1 (25.4) 1 (25.4)

AAC
(61 Str.) (37 Str.) (61 Str.) (61 Str.) (37 Str.) (61 Str.) (91 Str.) (61 Str.) (37 Str.) (61 Str.) (37 Str.) (61 Str.) (91 Str.) (61 Str.) (91 Str.) (91 Str.) (61 Str.) (91 Str.) (91 Str.) (61 Str.) (91 Str.) (127 Str.) (127 Str.) (127 Str.) (91 Str.) – 2500 3000 3500 (91 Str.) (127 Str.) (127 Str.) (169 Str.) (127 Str.) 2167 2156 636

ACSR
666.6 715.5 795 795 795 900 1033.5 1113 1272 1192.5 1272 1272 1351.5 1431 1590 1590 24/7 30/19 24/7 54/7 30/19 26/7 36/1 45/7 54/7 26/7 30/19 54/7 45/7 54/7 54/19 45/7 54/19 45/7 54/19 45/7 54/19 45/7 54/19

APPROX. WT. EA. LBS.(KG) (.77)
1.7 1.1

W2CF-113-D-EHV

1.031–1.081

(.77)
1.7

W2CF-117-D-EHV

1.093–1.125 1.140–1.172 1.209–1.246 1.263–1.315 1.320–1.346 1.364–1.412 1.454–1.504 1.526–1.590 1.630–1.631 1.729–1.762 1.823–1.824 1.996–2.158

(.77) (.77) (1.22) (1.22) (1.22) (1.22) 3.6 (1.63) 3.6 (1.63) 3.6 (1.63) 5.7 (2.58) 5.7 (2.58) 5.7 (2.58)
2.7 2.7 2.7 2.7 1.7

W2CF-123-D-EHV W2CF-129-D-EHV W2CF-136-D-EHV W2CF-143-D-EHV W2CF-147-D-EHV W2CF-155-D-EHV W2CF-162-D-EHV W2CF-172-D-EHV W2CF-181-D-EHV W2CF-188-D-EHV W2CF-222-D-EHV


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EHV WELDED EXPANSION TERMINALS FOR TUBE TO FLAT PAD TYPE HVRTE Aluminum alloy weldment, expansion terminal, is designed for corona free service at 345KV. This design provides ±2 inch expansion. The cables serves as the expansion part of the fitting as well as the corona rings. This catalog number does not include tongue mounting hardware or bolt shields; these components must be ordered separately. Specify “H” in catalog number if Schedule 80 EHIPS tubing is to be used; example: HVRTEH-40-D. Material: Castings – 356-T6 aluminum alloy Cables – aluminum alloy
Refer to installation chart DC-11853 on page 88 for instructions.

ALUMINUM

HVRTE

Add suffix: “-HS” for one hardware shield, and “-HS2” for two hardware shields.

345 KV LINE-TO-LINE APPLICATIONS
CATALOG NUMBER HVRTE-24-D HVRTE-30-D HVRTE-34-D HVRTE-40-D HVRTE-50-D HVRTE-60-D ALUMINUM CONDUCTOR SIZE IPS 21/2 3 31/2 4 5 6 DIMENSIONS–INCHES (MM) A 271/16 (687.39) 271/16 (687.39) 271/16 (687.39) 271/16 (687.39) 28 (711.20) 28 (711.20) B 253/4 (654.05) 253/4 (654.05) 253/4 (654.05) 253/4 (654.05) 283/4 (730.25) 283/4 (730.25) C 47/8 (123.83) 47/8 (123.83) 47/8 (123.83) 47/8 (123.83) 51/8 (130.18) 51/8 (130.18) E 3/4 (19.05) 3/4 (19.05) 3/4 (19.05) 3/4 (19.05) 1 (25.40) 1 (25.40) APPROX. WT. EA. LBS. (KG) 11.6 (5.10) 11.8 (5.35) 11.9 (5.36) 12.0 (5.44) 12.3 (5.58) 12.5 (5.67)



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EHV WELDED EXPANSION TERMINALS FOR TUBE TO FLAT PAD TYPE EVKET Aluminum alloy, tube to flat, compact expansion terminals are designed for corona free service at 500 KV. This design provides ±2 inch expansion. This catalog number does not include tongue mounting hardware or bolt shields; these components must be ordered separately. Contact sealant is recommended for pads after welding. Specify “H” in catalog number if Schedule 80 EHIPS tubing is to be used; example: EVKETH-40-D. Material: Castings – 356-T6 aluminum alloy Shunts – 1100-D aluminum alloy Shield Mounting Hardware – stainless steel Note: To obtain pad rotated 90˚, add “V” to catalog number; (example EVKETV-40-D).
Refer to installation chart DC-9295 on page 87 for instructions.

ALUMINUM

EVKET

Add suffix: “-HS” for one hardware shield, and “-HS2” for two hardware shields.

90˚ ROTATED PAD EVKETV-

345 KV AND 500 KV LINE-TO-LINE APPLICATIONS
CATALOG NUMBER EVKET-24-D EVKET-30-D EVKET-34-D EVKET-40-D EVKET-50-D EVKET-60-D ALUMINUM♦♦ CONDUCTOR SIZE IPS 21/2 3 31/2 4 5 6 DIMENSIONS–INCHES (MM) L 143/4 (374.65) 15 (381.00) 143/4 (374.65) 15 (381.00) 151/4 (387.35) 151/2 (393.70) W 161/2 (419.10) 161/2 (419.10) 18 (457.20) 18 (457.20) 211/2 (546.10) 211/2 (546.10) C 43/4 (120.65) 5 (127.00) 43/4 (120.65) 5 (127.00) 51/4 (133.35) 51/2 (139.70) T 1/2 (12.70) 5/8 (15.88) 3/4 (19.05) 7/8 (22.23) 1 (25.40) 1 (25.40) B 9 9 101/16 101/16 113/4 113/4 APPROX. WT. EA. LBS. (KG) 15.9 (7.21) 17.2 (7.80) 18.3 (8.30) 19.9 (9.03) 24.3 (11.02) 27.6 (12.52)

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EHV WELDED EXPANSION TERMINALS FOR TUBE TO FLAT PAD TYPE HVETF/EVETF Aluminum alloy, tube to flat, expansion terminals are designed for corona free service at 345 and 500 KV respectively. This design provides ±2 inch expansion. Terminals with side formed contact may be ordered by adding “SF” to the catalog number (example: HVETF-40-D-SF). For additional equipment clearance, a pad extension may be ordered by adding “E” in the catalog number (example: HVETFE-40D). When pad extension is specified, one hardware shield and hardware is furnished. Specify “H” in catalog number if schedule 80 EHIPS tubing is to be used; example: HVETFH40-D. Pad mounting hardware is not furnished as part of this catalog number and must be ordered separately, specifying thickness of pad to be clamped. Material: Castings – 356-T6 aluminum alloy Rings – 6061-T6 aluminum alloy Ring Brackets – 6061-T6 aluminum alloy Shunts – 1100-0 aluminum alloy Guide Mounting Hardware – galvanized steel Ring Mounting Hardware – aluminum alloy
Refer to for installation chart DC-6750 on page 88 for instructions.

ALUMINUM

HVETF/EVETF

Add suffix: “-HS” for one hardware shield, and “-HS2” for two hardware shields.

345 KV AND 500 KV LINE-TO-LINE APPLICATIONS
CATALOG NUMBER HVETF-20-D HVETF-24-D HVETF-30-D ALUMINUM CONDUCTOR SIZE IPS 2 21/2 3 DIMENSIONS–INCHES (MM) RING DIAMETER 24 (609.60) 24 (609.60) 24 (609.60) A 63/4 (171.45) 61/4 (158.75) 63/4 (171.45) T 1/2 (12.70) 1/2 (12.70) 5/8 (15.88) F 111/4 (285.75) 111/4 (285.75) 111/4 (285.75) J 1/2 (12.70) 1/2 (12.70) 1/2 (12.70) APPROX. WT. EA. LBS. (KG) 18.2 (8.26) 19.6 (8.89) 22.9 (10.39)



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TYPES HVETF/EVETF WELDED EXPANSION TERMINALS FOR TUBE TO FLAT – Continued 345 KV AND 500 KV LINE-TO-LINE APPLICATIONS
CATALOG NUMBER ALUMINUM CONDUCTOR SIZE IPS DIMENSIONS–INCHES (MM) RING DIAMETER 24 (609.60) 24 (609.60) 30 (762.00) 30 (762.00) 24 (609.60) 24 (609.60) 24 (609.60) 30 (762.00) 30 (762.00) A 7 (177.80) 71/4 (184.15) 73/4 (196.85) 8 (203.20) 63/4 (171.45) 7 (177.80) 71/4 (184.15) 71/4 (196.85) 8 (203.20) T 1 (25.40) 1 (25.40) 1 (25.40) 1 (25.40) 5/8 (15.88) 1 (25.40) 1 (25.40) 1 (25.40) 1 (25.40) F 111/4 (285.75) 115/8 (295.28) 115/8 (295.28) 12 (304.80) 123/4 (323.85) 123/4 (323.85) 131/8 (333.38) 131/8 (333.38) 131/2 (342.90) J 1/2 (12.70) 1/2 (12.70) 5/8 (15.88) 5/8 (15.88) 1/2 (12.70) 1/2 (12.70) 1/2 (12.70) 5/8 (15.88) 5/8 (15.88) APPROX. WT. EA. LBS. (KG) 31.7 (14.38) 28.2 (12.79) 37.2 (16.87) 41.9 (19.01) 29.4 (13.34) 38.2 (17.33) 34.7 (15.74) 40.7 (18.46) 45.4 (20.59)

345 KV APPLICATIONS (Continued) HVETF-34-D HVETF-40-D HVETF-50-D HVETF-60-D 31/2 4 5 6

500 KV APPLICATIONS EVETF-30-D EVETF-34-D EVETF-40-D EVETF-50-D EVETF-60-D 3 31/2 4 5 6



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EHV BIFURCATING TERMINALS ONE FLAT PAD TO TWO FLAT PADS TYPE EVT2F-D Aluminum alloy, bifurcating terminals are designed for two terminations to a single flat pad. The connectors are corona free at 500 KV. Refer to Type CCL-EHV for specific size compression terminals desired. When mounted on unshielded equipment tongue, bolt shield (catalog number EVHS-D) must be used to assure corona free performance. Mounting hardware should not project above recess. Bolt shields are not included as part of this catalog number. Connector will be corona free only if tap connectors are attached. Maximum terminal pad thickness is one inch. Contact sealant is recommended. Add “-90” for tap pads in horizontal plane. Material: Castings – 356-T6 aluminum alloy Note: Contact factory to obtain center pad at special angles. 500KV LINE-TO-LINE APPLICATIONS
CATALOG NUMBER EVT2F-D-12 EVT2F-D-18 DIMENSIONS–INCHES (MM) B 12 (304.80) 18 (457.20) L 191/8 (485.78) 251/8 (638.18) APPROX WT EA LBS (KG) 23.1 (10.49) 24.2 (10.99)

ALUMINUM

EVT2F-D

EHV TRIFURCATING TERMINAL ONE FLAT PAD TO THREE FLAT PADS TYPE EVT3F-D Aluminum alloy terminal is designed for corona free service at 500 KV. Hardware and terminals are not included and must be ordered separately. See Anderson compression terminal connectors Type CCL-EHV for use with this item. Maximum terminal pad thickness is one inch. This catalog number does not include tongue mounting hardware or bolt shields; these components must be ordered separately. Contact sealant is recommended. Bolt shields not required on recessed pad connections. Material: Castings – 356-T6 aluminum alloy Weight – 25.5 (11.58)

ALUMINUM

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EHV SUBSTATION COUPLERS
EHV BOLTED COUPLERS FOR TUBE TYPE HVSTT/EVSTT
ALUMINUM

HVSTT/EVSTT

Aluminum alloy, tube to tube, couplers are designed for corona free service at 345 and 500 KV respectively. Contact sealant is recommended. Material: Castings – 356-T6 aluminum alloy Hardware – aluminum alloy

345 KV AND 500 KV LINE-TO-LINE APPLICATIONS
CATALOG NUMBER CONDUCTOR SIZE TUBING IPS/EHIPS MAIN TAP A 4 (101.60) 4 (101.60) 41/4 (107.95) 41/4 (107.95) 6 (152.40) 6 (152.40) DIMENSIONS-INCHES (MM) L B W 81/8 (206.38) 81/8 (206.38) 85/8 (219.08) 85/8 (219.08) 121/8 (307.98) 121/8 (307.98) 4 (101.60) 4 (101.60) 41/4 (107.95) 41/4 (107.95) 6 (152.40) 6 (152.40) 61/2 (165.10) 73/16 (182.56) 77/8 (200.03) 83/8 (212.73) 95/16 (236.54) 103/8 (263.53) G 61/2 (165.10) 73/16 (182.56) 77/8 (200.03) 83/8 (212.73) 95/16 (236.54) 103/8 (263.53) APPROX. WT. EA. LBS. (KG) 9.1 (4.13) – 13.9 (6.31) 16.3 (7.39) 28.1 (12.75) 32.0 (14.52)

345 KV APPLICATIONS HVSTT-2424 HVSTT-3030 HVSTT-3434 HVSTT-4040 †HVSTT-5050 †HVSTT-6060 Continued on next page 21/2 3 31/2 4 5 6 21/2 3 31/2 4 5 6



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EHV BOLTED COUPLERS FOR TUBE–Continued TYPE HVSTT/EVSTT

345 KV AND 500 KV LINE-TO-LINE APPLICATIONS
CONDUCTOR SIZE TUBING IPS/EHIPS CATALOG NUMBER MAIN TAP A 5 (127.00) 5 (127.00) 5 (127.00) 6 (152.40) 6 (152.40) 6 (152.40) 6 (152.40) 6 (152.40) 6 (152.40) DIMENSIONS-INCHES (MM) L 101/8 (257.18) 101/8 (257.18) 101/8 (257.18) 111/8 (282.58) 111/8 (282.58) 121/8 (307.98) 111/8 (282.58) 111/8 (282.58) 121/8 (307.98) B 5 (127.00) 5 (127.00) 5 (127.00) 5 (127.00) 5 (127.00) 6 (152.40) 5 (127.00) 5 (127.00) 6 (152.40) W 77/8 (200.03) 8 (203.20) 87/8 (225.43) 10 (254.00) 10 (254.00) 10 (254.00) 11 (279.40) 11 (279.40) 11 (279.40) G 77/8 (200.03) 8 (203.20) 87/8 (225.43) 77/8 (200.03) 87/8 (225.43) 10 (254.00) 77/8 (200.03) 87/8 (225.43) 11 (279.40) APPROX. WT. EA. LBS. (KG) 20.4 (9.25) 17.7 (8.03) 23.6 (10.70) 27.4 (12.43) 28.8 (13.06) 33.4 (15.15) 29.9 (13.56) 31.5 (14.79) 36.7 (16.66)

500KV APPLICATIONS EVSTT-3030 EVSTT-3434 EVSTT-4040 †EVSTT-5030 †EVSTT-5040 †EVSTT-5050 †EVSTT-6030 †EVSTT-6040 †EVSTT-6060 3 31/2 4 5 5 5 6 6 6 3 31/2 4 3 4 5 3 4 6

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EHV WELDED ANGLE COUPLERS FOR TUBE TYPE WLI-45-EHV/WLI-90-EHV
ALUMINUM

WLI-45-EHV/ WLI-90-EHV

Aluminum alloy, tube to tube, couplers are designed for corona free service at 500 KV. This is an internal fitting connector with sufficient chamfer adjacent to tube ends for proper welding. The fitting is of sufficient strength to give adequate support to the tubing. The smooth contoured surface of this connector is free of nicks and burrs, which make it suitable for high voltage corona free application. To specify for extra heavy schedule 80 EHIPS tubing, add “H” to catalog number; example: WLIH-45-3030-EHV. Material: Castings - 356-T6 aluminum alloy

500 KV LINE-TO-LINE APPLICATIONS
CATALOG NUMBER 45˚ WLI-45-2020-EHV WLI-45-2424-EHV WLI-45-3030-EHV WLI-45-3434-EHV WLI-45-4040-EHV WLI-45-5050-EHV WLI-45-6060-EHV 45˚ WLI-90-2020-EHV WLI-90-2424-EHV WLI-90-3030-EHV WLI-90-3434-EHV WLI-90-4040-EHV WLI-90-5050-EHV WLI-90-6060-EHV 2 21/2 3 31/2 4 5 6 2 21/2 3 31/2 4 5 6 2 (50.80) 11/2 (38.10) 13/4 (44.45) 13/4 (44.45) 2 (50.80) 2 (50.80) 21/2 (63.50) 33/8 (85.73) 43/16 (106.36) 43/4 (120.65) 51/4 (133.35) 6 (152.40) 69/16 (166.69) 711/16 (195.26) 1.4 (.64) 1.8 (.82) 2.9 (1.32) 3.9 (1.77) 5.1 (2.31) 7.8 (3.54) 11.6 (5.26) 2 21/2 3 31/2 4 5 6 2 21/2 3 31/2 4 5 6 2 (50.80) 2 (50.80) 13/4 (44.45) 13/4 (44.45) 2 (50.80) 2 (50.80) 21/2 (63.50) 31/4 (82.55) 35/16 84.14) 33/8 (85.73) 31/2 (88.90) 33/4 (95.25) 41/8 (104.78) 47/8 (123.83) 1.5 (.68) 1.4 (.64) 2.2 (1.98) 2.9 (1.32) 3.5 (1.59) 5.1 (2.31) 8.0 (3.63) ALUMINUM CONDUCTOR SIZE TUBING MAIN IPS TUBING TAP IPS DIMENSIONS–INCHES (MM) A B APPROX. WT. EA. LBS. (KG)



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EHV EXPANSION-WELDED COUPLERS FOR TUBE TYPE HVWETT/EVWETT Aluminum alloy, tube to tube, expansion couplers are designed for corona free service at 345 and 500 KV levels respectively. This design provides ±2 inch expansion. Add “H” to catalog number (example: HVWETTH-40) if schedule 80 EHIPS tubing is to be used. Material: Castings – 356-T6 aluminum alloy Rings and Braces – 6061-T6 aluminum alloy Mounting Hardware – aluminum alloy Shunts – 1100-0 aluminum alloy
Refer to installation chart DC-9295 on page 87 for instructions. ALUMINUM

HVWETT/ EVWETT

345 KV AND 500 KV LINE-TO-LINE APPLICATIONS
CATALOG NUMBER HVWETT-24 HVWETT-30 HVWETT-34 HVWETT-40 HVWETT-50 HVWETT-60 ALUMINUM CONDUCTOR SIZE♦♦ TUBING MAIN & TAP IPS 21/2 3 31/2 4 5 6 RING DIA. IN. DIMENSIONS - INCHES (MM) C A 1 (25.40) 1 (25.40) 1 (25.40) 1 (25.40) 1 (25.40) 1 (25.40) 1 (25.40) 1 (25.40) 1 (25.40) 1 (25.40) 1 (25.40) F 79/16 (192.09) 85/16 (211.14) 813/16 (223.84) 95/16 (236.54) 107/16 (265.11) 119/16 (293.69) 93/4 (247.65) 101/4 (260.35) 103/4 (273.05) 117/8 (301.63) 13 (330.20) APPROX. WT. EA. LBS. (KG) 18.4 (8.35) 19.3 (8.75) 26.5 (12.02) 29.9 (13.56) 37.3 (16.92) 42.1 (19.10) 25.8 (11.70) 33.0 (14.97) 36.4 (16.51) 44.6 (20.23) 49.5 (22.45)

345 KV APPLICATIONS 24 45/8 (609.60) (117.48) 24 47/8 (609.60) (123.83) 24 45/8 (609.60) (117.48) 24 47/8 (609.60) (123.83) 24 51/8 (609.60) (130.18) 24 53/8 (609.60) (136.53) 500 KV APPLICATIONS 24 47/8 (609.60) (123.83) 24 45/8 (609.60) (117.48) 24 47/8 (609.60) (123.83) 24 51/8 (609.60) (130.18) 24 53/8 (609.60) (136.53)

EVWETT-30 EVWETT-34 EVWETT-40 EVWETT-50 EVWETT-60

3 31/2 4 5 6

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EHV WELDED COUPLERS FOR TUBE TYPE WCI
ALUMINUM

WCI

Aluminum alloy weldment couplers are designed for corona free service at 345, 500, and 765 KV levels. Slot provides for close fit regardless of tubing tolerance. The joint can be stiffened, if desired, by drilling four holes in the tubing at 90˚ lateral points and plug welding the tubing to the coupler. When joining two different bus sizes, add “EHV” suffix to catalog number (example: WCI-5040-EHV, for coupling a 5” IPS to a 4” IPS). Material: Castings - 356-T6 aluminum alloy Note: To specify coupler for extra heavy (Schedule 80, EHIPS) tubing add “H” to catalog number; example: WCIH-3030.

345 KV AND 500 KV LINE-TO-LINE APPLICATIONS
CATALOG NUMBER WCI-2020 WCI-2424 WCI-3030 WCI-3434 WCI-4040 WCI-5050 WCI-6060 WCI-8-OD-1/4 ALUMINUM CONDUCTOR SIZE IPS 2 21/2 3 31/2 4 5 6 DIMENSIONS INCHES (MM) L 12 (304.80) 15 (381.00) 18 (457.20) 18 (457.20) 24 (609.60) 24 (609.60) 24 (609.60) 24 (609.60) 24 (609.60) APPROX. WT. EA. 1.5 (.68) 2.3 (1.04) 3.5 (1.59) 5.4 (2.45) 7.1 (3.22) 9.7 (4.40) 12.7 (5.76) 14.6 (6.63) 14.6 (6.63)

8 O.D. 1/4” Thick wall 8 O.D. WCI-8-OD-1/2 1/2” Thick wall Contact factory for sizes not shown.



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EHV WELDED TRIFURCATING COUPLERS FOR TUBE TO THREE FLAT PADS TYPE EVST3F Aluminum alloy, tube to flat, trifurcating couplers are designed for corona free service at 500 KV. They are designed to be used with Type CCL-EHV compression terminal lugs with maximum terminal pad thickness of one inch. Contact sealant is recommended for contact pads after welding. Material: Castings - 356-T6 aluminum alloy Bolt shields not required on recessed pad connections.

ALUMINUM

EVST3F

500 KV LINE-TO-LINE APPLICATIONS
CATALOG NUMBER EVST3F-30 EVST3F-34 EVST3F-40 EVST3F-50 EVST3F-60 ALUMINUM CONDUCTOR SIZE IPS/EHIPS 3 31/2 4 5 6 APPROX. WT. EA. LBS. (KG) 16.3 (7.39) 16.4 (7.45) 16.5 (7.48) 16.7 (7.58) 16.9 (7.67)



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EHV WELDED BIFURCATING COUPLERS FOR TUBE TO 2 FLAT PADS TYPE EVST2F Aluminum alloy, tube to flat, bifurcating couplers are designed for corona free service at 500 KV. They are designed to be used with Type CCL-EHV compression terminal lugs with maximum terminal pad thickness of one inch. Contact sealant is recommended for contact pads after welding. Material: Castings - 356-T6 aluminum alloy Cross Brace - 6061-T6 aluminum alloy
FACTORY WELD FIELD WELD

ALUMINUM

EVST2F/-90

9/16” HOLES

Note: To obtain tongues finished on both sides, add “XY” to catalog number (Example: EVST2F-50-18-XY) Connector will be corona free only if tap connectors are attached. Bolt shields not included as part of these catalog numbers.

FACTORY WELD

H

FIELD WELD

500 KV LINE-TO-LINE APPLICATIONS
CATALOG NUMBER EVST2F-40-12 EVST2F-40-18 EVST2F-50-12 EVST2F-50-18 EVST2F-40-90-12 EVST2F-40-90-18 EVST2F-50-90-12 EVST2F-50-90-18 A 12 (304.8) 18 (457.2) 12 (304.8) 18 (457.2) 12 (304.8) 18 (457.2) 12 (304.8) 18 (457.2) B 191/8 (484.2) 251/8 (636.6) 191/8 (484.2) 251/8 (636.6) 191/8 (484.2) 251/8 (636.6) 191/8 (484.2) 251/8 (636.6) H – – – – 35/8 (90.5) 35/8 (90.5) 41/4 (107.9) 41/4 (107.9) TUBE 4” 4” 5” 5” 4” 4” 5” 5” APPROX. WT. EA. LBS. (KG) 20.9 (9.49) 21.5 (9.76) 19.7 (8.94) 22.1 (10.03) 20.9 (9.49) 21.5 (9.76) 19.7 (8.94) 22.1 (10.03)



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EHV BOLTED TEE CONNECTORS TUBING MAIN TO TUBING TAP TYPE HVTTT/EVTTT
ALUMINUM

Aluminum alloy, tube to tube, tee connectors are designed for corona free service at 345 and 500 KV respectively. Contact sealant is recommended. Material: Castings - 356-T6 aluminum alloy Hardware - aluminum alloy

HVTTT/EVTTT

345 KV AND 500 KV LINE-TO-LINE APPLICATIONS
ALUMINUM CONDUCTOR SIZE CATALOG NUMBER TUBING MAIN IPS/EHIPS TUBING TAP IPS/EHIPS W 4 (101.60) 4 (101.60) 4 (101.60) 4 (101.60) 4 (101.60) 4 (101.60) 41/4 (107.95) 41/4 (107.95) 41/4 (107.95) 41/4 (107.95) DIMENSIONS-INCHES (MM) C 71/4 (184.15) 73/8 (187.33) 73/8 (187.33) 73/4 (196.85) 73/4 (196.85) 73/4 (196.85) 81/16 (204.79) 81/16 (204.79) 81/16 (204.79) 85/16 (227.01) A 4 (101.60) 4 (101.60) 4 (101.60) 4 (101.60) 4 (101.60) 4 (101.60) 4 (101.60) 4 (101.60) 4 (101.60) 41/4 (107.95) G 61/4 (158.75) 61/4 (158.75) 61/2 (165.10) 61/4 (158.75) 61/2 (165.10) 73/16 (182.56) 61/4 (158.75) 61/2 (165.10) 73/16 (182.56) 77/8 (200.03) APPROX. WT. EA. LBS. (KG) 8.3 (3.76) 10.2 (4.63) 14.2 (6.44) -

345 KV APPLICATIONS HVTTT-2020 HVTTT-2420 HVTTT-2424 HVTTT-3020 HVTTT-3024 HVTTT-3030 HVTTT-3420 HVTTT-3424 HVTTT-3430 HVTTT-3434 Continued on next page 2 21/2 21/2 3 3 3 31/2 31/2 31/2 31/2 2 2 21/2 2 21/2 3 2 21/2 3 31/2



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TYPES HVTTT/EVTTT BOLTED TEE CONNECTORS FOR TUBE TO TUBE–Continued
ALUMINUM CONDUCTOR SIZE CATALOG NUMBER TUBING MAIN IPS/EHIPS TUBING TAP IPS/EHIPS W 41/4 (107.95) 41/4 (107.95) 41/4 (107.95) 41/4 (107.95) 41/4 (107.95) 6 (152.40) 6 (152.40) 6 (152.40) 6 (152.40) 6 (152.40) 6 (152.40) 6 (152.40) 6 (152.40) 6 (152.40) DIMENSIONS-INCHES (MM) C 85/16 (211.14) 85/16 (211.14) 85/16 (211.14) 89/16 (217.49) 89/16 (217.49) 83/4 (222.25) 83/4 (222.25) 83/4 (222.25) 9 (228.60) 9 (228.60) 103/4 (273.05) 95/16 (236.54) 95/16 (236.54) 95/16 (236.54) A 4 (101.60) 4 (101.60) 4 (101.60) 41/4 (107.95) 41/4 (107.95) 4 (101.60) 4 (101.60) 4 (101.60) 41/4 (107.95) 41/4 (107.95) 6 (152.40) 6 (152.40) 6 (152.40) 6 (152.40) 41/4 (107.95) 41/4 (107.95) 6 (152.40) 6 (152.40) 5 (127.00) 5 (127.00) 5 (127.00) 5 (127.00) 5 (127.00) 5 (127.00) 5 (127.00) 5 (127.00) 5 (127.00) 6 (152.40) 5 (127.00) 5 (127.00) 5 (127.00) 6 (152.40) 6 (152.40) G 61/4 (158.75) 61/2 (165.10) 73/16 (182.56) 77/8 (200.03) 83/8 (212.73) 61/4 (158.75) 61/2 (165.10) 73/16 (182.56) 77/8 (200.03) 83/8 (212.73) 95/16 (236.54) 61/4 (158.75) 61/2 (165.10) 73/16 (182.56) 77/8 (200.03) 83/8 (212.73) 95/16 (236.54) 103/8 (263.53) 77/8 (200.03) 77/8 (200.03) 8 (203.20) 77/8 (200.03) 8 (203.20) 87/8 (225.43) 77/8 (200.03) 8 (203.20) 87/8 (225.43) 10 (254.00) 77/8 (200.03) 8 (203.20) 87/8 (225.43) 10 (254.00) 11 (279.40) APPROX. WT. EA. LBS. (KG)

345 KV APPLICATIONS (continued) HVTTT-4020 HVTTT-4024 HVTTT-4030 HVTTT-4034 HVTTT-4040 †HVTTT-5020 †HVTTT-5024 †HVTTT-5030 †HVTTT-5034 †HVTTT-5040 †HVTTT-5050 †HVTTT-6020 †HVTTT-6024 †HVTTT-6030 †HVTTT-6034 †HVTTT-6040 †HVTTT-6050 †HVTTT-6060 EVTTT-3030 EVTTT-3430 EVTTT-3434 EVTTT-4030 EVTTT-4034 EVTTT-4040 †EVTTT-5030 †EVTTT-5034 †EVTTT-5040 †EVTTT-5050 †EVTTT-6030 †EVTTT-6034 †EVTTT-6040 †EVTTT-6050 †EVTTT-6060 4 4 4 4 4 5 5 5 5 5 5 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 3 31/2 31/2 4 4 4 5 5 5 5 6 6 6 6 6 2 21/2 3 31/2 4 2 21/2 3 31/2 4 5 2 21/2 3 31/2 4 5 6 3 3 31/2 3 31/2 4 3 31/2 4 5 3 31/2 4 5 6 12.8 (5.81) 17.01 (7.72) 24.4 (11.07) 27.6 (12.52) 32.6 (14.79) 20.3 (9.21) 14.7 (6.67) 23.0 (10.43) 24.2 (10.98) 27.2 (12.34) 24.9 (11.29) 28.9 (13.11) 34.7 (15.74) 29.9 (13.56) 37.4 (16.96) 36.9 (16.74)

†Furnished with 6 clamping bolts for 5” IPS and 6” IPS.

6 99/16 (152.40) (242.89) 6 99/16 (152.40) (242.89) 6 115/16 (152.40) (287.34) 6 115/16 (152.40) (287.34) 500 KV APPLICATIONS 5 91/16 (127.00) (230.19) 5 91/8 (127.00) (231.78) 5 91/8 (127.00) (231.78) 5 99/16 (127.00) (242.89) 5 99/16 (127.00) (242.89) 5 99/16 (127.00) (242.89) 6 101/8 (152.40) (257.18) 6 101/8 (152.40) (257.18) 6 101/8 (152.40) (257.18) 6 111/8 (152.40) (282.58) 6 105/8 (152.40) (269.88) 6 105/8 (152.40) (269.88) 6 105/8 (152.40) (269.88) 6 115/8 (152.40) (295.38) 6 115/8 (152.40) (295.38)



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EHV BOLTED TEE CONNECTORS TUBING MAIN TO FLAT PAD TYPE HVTTF/EVTTF Aluminum alloy, tube to flat, tee connectors are designed for corona free service at 345 and 500 KV respectively. This catalog number does not include tongue mounting hardware or bolt shields; these components must be ordered separately. Tongue holes have NEMA spacing. Contact sealant is recommended. Material: Castings – 356-T6 aluminum alloy Hardware – aluminum alloy Add suffix: “-HS” for one hardware shield, and “-HS2” for two hardware shields.

ALUMINUM

HVTTF/EVTTF

345 KV AND 500 KV LINE-TO-LINE APPLICATIONS
CATALOG NUMBER HVTTF-20-D HVTFF-24-D HVTTF-30-D HVTTF-40-D †HVTTF-50-D †HVTTF-60-D ALUMINUM CONDUCTOR SIZE TUBING MAIN IPS/EHIPS 2 21/2 3 4 5 6 DIMENSIONS – INCHES (MM) W 4 (101.60) 4 (101.60) 4 (101.60) 41/4 (107.95) 6 (152.40) 6 (152.40) C 345 KV APPLICATIONS 71/2 (190.50) 71/2 (190.50) 77/8 (200.03) 87/16 (214.31) 815/16 (227.01) 97/16 (239.71) 500 KV APPLICATIONS 83/16 (207.96) 811/16 (220.66) 91/4 (234.95) 93/4 (247.65) T 1 (25.40) 1 (25.40) 1 (25.40) 1 (25.40) 1 (25.40) 1 (25.40) 1 (25.40) 1 (25.40) 1 (25.40) 1 (25.40) J 5/8 (15.88) 5/8 (15.88) 5/8 (15.88) 5/8 (15.88) 5/8 (15.88) 5/8 (15.88) 5/8 (15.88) 5/8 (15.88) 5/8 (15.88) 5/8 (15.88) APPROX. WT. EA. LBS. (KG) 6.5 (2.93) 6.9 (3.13) 8.8 (3.99) 10.6 (4.02) 13.9 (6.31) 17.5 (7.94) 11.7 (5.31) 14.2 (6.44) 18.8 (8.54) 20.4 (9.25)

5 (127.00) 5 EVTTF-40-D 4 (127.00) 6 †EVTTF-50-D 5 (152.40) 6 †EVTTF-60-D 6 (152.40) †Furnished with 6 clamping bolts for 5” IPS and 6” IPS. EVTTF-30-D 3



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EHV BOLTED TERMINALS FOR CABLE TO FLAT PAD TYPE EVTCF
ALUMINUM

EVTCF

W

Aluminum alloy, cable to flat, tee connectors are designed for corona free service at 345 and 500 KV respectively. This catalog number does not include tongue mounting hardware or bolt shields; these components must be ordered separately. Tongue holes have NEMA spacing. Contact sealant is recommended. To assure corona free operation, cable clamping hardware must be inserted from terminal body side as shown. Material: Castings – 356-T6 aluminum alloy Hardware – aluminum alloy Add suffix: “-HS” for one hardware shield, and “-HS2” for two hardware shields.

H C

A

T

FIGURE 1

W

C

H

T

FIGURE 2

345 KV AND 500 KV LINE-TO-LINE APPLICATIONS
CATALOG NUMBER EVTCF-1762-D* EVTCF-1824-D EVTCF-1996-D * 8 bolt body DIMENSIONS – INCHES (MM) CABLE SIZE 2156 84/19 ACSR 2500 MCM AAC 3000 MCM AAC O.D. 1.762” 1.824” 1.996” FIGURE # 1 2 2 C 71/2 (190.50) 71/8 (180.98) 71/8 (180.98) W 10 (254.00) 63/4 (171.45) 63/4 (171.45) H 101/4 (260.35) 97/8 (250.83) 97/8 (250.83) T 3/4 (19.05) 3/4 (19.05) 3/4 (19.05) APPROX. WT. EA. LBS. (KG) 14.7 (6.67) 11.0 (4.99) 11.0 (4.99)



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EHV BOLTED TEE CONNECTORS CABLE MAIN TO CABLE TAP TYPE HVTBCC/EVTBCC
ALUMINUM

Aluminum alloy, cable to cable tee connectors are designed for corona free service at 345 and 500 KV respectively. Single cable diameter under 1.76 inch for 345 KV and 2.50 inch diameter for 500 KV may not be corona free unless conductors are bundled. Contact sealant is recommended. Material: Castings–356-T6 aluminum alloy Hardware–aluminum alloy

HVTBCC/ EVTBCC

345 KV AND 500 KV LINE-TO-LINE APPLICATIONS
ALUMINUM CONDUCTOR DIA. IN. MAIN TAP W 4 (101.60) 4 (101.60) 4 (101.60) 4 (101.60) 4 (101.60) 4 (101.60) 4 (101.60) 63/4 (171.45) 63/4 (171.45) 63/4 (171.45) 63/4 (171.45) 63/4 (171.45) 63/4 (171.45) 63/4 (171.45) C 63/8 (161.93) 63/8 (161.93) 67/16 (163.51) 617/32 (165.89) 617/32 (165.89) 69/16 (166.69) 623/32 (170.66) 915/32 (240.51) 67/8 (174.63) 95/8 (244.48) 67/8 (174.63) 95/8 (244.48) 95/8 (244.48) 95/8 (244.48) DIMENSIONS–INCHES (MM) A 4 (101.60) 4 (101.60) 4 (101.60) 4 (101.60) 4 (101.60) 4 (101.60) 4 (101.60) 63/4 (171.45) 4 (101.60) 63/4 (171.45) 4 (101.60) 63/4 (171.45) 63/4 (171.45) 63/4 (171.45) G 47/16 (112.71) 47/16 (112.71) 45/8 (117.48) 413/16 (122.24) 413/16 (122.24) 47/8 (123.83) 53/16 (131.76) 53/16 (131.76) 413/16 (122.24) 51/2 (139.70) 413/16 (122.24) 51/2 (139.70) 51/2 (139.70) 51/2 (139.70) J 1/2 (12.70) 1/2 (12.70) 1/2 (12.70) 5/8 (15.88) 5/8 (15.88) 5/8 (15.88) 5/8 (15.88) 5/8 (15.88) 5/8 (15.88) 5/8 (15.88) 5/8 (15.88) 5/8 (15.88) 5/8 (15.88) 5/8 (15.88) JJ 1/2 (12.70) 1/2 (12.70) 1/2 (12.70) 5/8 (15.88) 5/8 (15.88) 5/8 (15.88) 5/8 (15.88) 5/8 (15.88) 5/8 (15.88) 5/8 (15.88) 5/8 (15.88) 5/8 (15.88) 5/8 (15.88) 5/8 (15.88) 345 KV APPLICATIONS HVTBCC-1196-1196 HVTBCC-1246-1246 HVTBCC-1382-1382 HVTBCC-1424-1424 HVTBCC-1454-1454 HVTBCC-1502-1502 HVTBCC-1681-1681 HVTBCC-1762-1762 HVTBCC-1824-1454 HVTBCC-1824-1824 HVTBCC-1880-1454 HVTBCC-1880-1880 HVTBCC-1998-1998 HVTBCC-2160-2160 Continued on next page. 1.196 1.246 1.382 1.424 1.454 1.502 1.681 1.762 1.824 1.824 1.880 1.880 1.998 2.160 1.196 1.246 1.382 1.424 1.454 1.502 1.681 1.762 1.454 1.824 1.454 1.880 1.998 2.160 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 6 4 6 4 6 6 6 7.7 (3.50) 7.7 (3.50) – – – – – – – 16.3 (7.39) – – – – NUMBER OF BOLTS REQ’D. MAIN TAP APPROX. WT. EA. LBS. (KG)

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BOLTED TEE CONNECTORS FOR CABLE TO CABLE–Continued TYPES HVTBCC/EVTBCC 345 KV AND 500 KV LINE-TO-LINE APPLICATIONS

CATALOG NUMBER

ALUMINUM CONDUCTOR DIA. IN. MAIN 1.196 1.246 1.382 1.424 1.454 1.502 1.681 1.762 1.824 1.824 1.880 1.880 1.998 TAP 1.196 1.246 1.382 1.424 1.454 1.502 1.681 1.762 1.454 1.824 1.454 1.880 1.998 W 5 (127.00) 5 (127.00) 5 (127.00) 5 (127.00) 5 (127.00) 5 (127.00) 6 (152.40) 71/2 (190.50) 71/2 (190.50) 71/2 (190.50) 71/2 (190.50) 71/2 (190.50) 71/2 (190.50) C

DIMENSIONS–INCHES (MM) A 5 (127.00) 5 (127.00) 5 (127.00) 5 (127.00) 5 (127.00) 5 (127.00) 6 (152.40) 71/2 (190.50) 5 (127.00) 71/2 (190.50) 5 (127.00) 71/2 (190.50) 71/2 (190.50) G 5 (127.00) 5 (127.00) 51/8 (130.18) 53/8 (136.53) 53/8 (136.53) 53/8 (136.53) 55/8 (136.53) 511/16 (144.46) 53/8 (136.53) 57/8 (149.23) 53/8 (136.53) 57/8 (149.23) 57/8 (149.23) J 1/2 (17.70) 1/2 (17.70) 1/2 (17.70) 5/8 (15.88) 5/8 (15.88) 5/8 (15.88) 5/8 (15.88) 5/8 (15.88) 5/8 (15.88) 5/8 (15.88) 5/8 (15.88) 5/8 (15.88) 5/8 (15.88) JJ 1/2 (17.70) 1/2 (17.70) 1/2 (17.70) 5/8 (15.88) 5/8 (15.88) 5/8 (15.88) 5/8 (15.88) 5/8 (15.88) 5/8 (15.88) 5/8 (15.88) 5/8 (15.88) 5/8 (15.88) 5/8 (15.88) 500 KV Applications

NUMBER OF BOLTS REQ’D. MAIN TAP

APPROX. WT. EA. LBS. (KG) 9.7 (4.40) 9.8 (4.45) – – – – – 18.4 (8.35) – 18.5 (8.40) 19.0 (8.63) 19.1 (8.68) 19.1 (8.68)

EVTBCC-1196-1196 EVTBCC-1246-1246 EVTBCC-1382-1382 EVTBCC-1424-1424 EVTBCC-1454-1454 EVTBCC-1502-1502 EVTBCC-1681-1681 EVTBCC-1762-1762 EVTBCC-1824-1454 EVTBCC-1824-1824 EVTBCC-1880-1454 EVTBCC-1880-1880 EVTBCC-1998-1998

75/8 (193.68) 75/8 (193.68) 711/16 (195.26) 713/16 (198.44) 713/16 (198.44) 713/16 (198.44) 815/16 (227.01) 1015/32 (265.90) 81/16 (204.79) 109/16 (268.29) 81/16 (204.79) 109/16 (268.29) 109/16 (268.29)

4 4 4 4 4 4 4 6 6 6 6 6 6

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TEE-TAPS COMPRESSION CABLE TO CABLE-OPEN RUN AAC, ALLOY, ACAR AND ACSR CONDUCTORS Aluminum compression tee connectors are designed for corona free service at 500 KV. Single cable diameter under 1.76 inch for 345 KV and 2.50 inch diameter for 500 KV may not be corona free unless conductors are bundled. Tap barrel is prefilled with inhibitor, ends are capped and tapers are coated with protective plastic. Material: Barrel–Seamless Extruded Aluminum Alloy Tube

ALUMINUM

22

CATALOG NO. 22 XX XX

CONDUCTOR RANGE (1) O.D. AAC SIZE ACSR SIZE (IN.) KCMIL KCMIL (STR) 715.5 26/7 30/19 795 24/7 874.5 26/7 1.045 - 1.140 900 45/7 954 795 54/7 30/19 900 45/7 874.5 54/7 1000 900 54/7 1033.5 954 45/7 1.141 - 1.235 1100 54/7 1113 1033.5 36/1 45/7 954 30/19 1192.5 1113 45/7 1200 1.236 - 1.330 1250 54/19 1272 1192.5 45/7 1300 1272 36/1 1192.5 54/19 1351.5 1272 45/7 1400 1.331 - 1.425 1431 54/19 1500 1351.5 45/7 1510.5 54/19 1431 45/7 1590 54/19 1.426 - 1.520 1600 1510.5 45/7 54/19 1700 1590 45/7 1750 1590 54/19 1.521 - 1.615 1800 1780 84/19 1900 1869 68/7 2034.5 728/7 1.616 - 1.710 2000 1.711 - 1.805 1.806 - 1.900 2250 2300 2500 2167 2156 2312 2515 72/7 84/19 76/19 76/19

RUN OR TAP CODE

LENGTH BEFORE COMPRESSION RUN TAP IN (MM) IN (MM)

DIE SIZE

MINIMUM PRESS SIZE (TONS)

NET WEIGHT LB (KG)

12

17.2 (436)

6.2 (157)

12CD

60

2.40 (1.09)

13

18.6 (473)

6.7 (170)

13CD

60

3.00 (1.36)

14

20.1 (509)

7.2 (183)

14CD

60

3.80 (1.73)

15

21.5 (546)

7.7 (197)

15CD

60

4.70 (2.14)

16

21.3 (541) 22.6 (575) 24.0 (609) 25.3 (643) 26.6 (677)

8.2 (210) 8.8 (223) 9.3 (236) 9.8 (249) 10.3 (262)

16CD

60

5.30 (2.41) 6.30 (2.86) 7.40 (3.36) 8.90 (4.04) 10.40 (4.72)

17 18 19 20

17CD 18CD 19CD 20CD

60 100 100 100

(1) These tee connectors also approved for tee tap applications on AAAC and ACAR conductors within the diameter ranges listed.



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TEE-TAPS COMPRESSION CABLE TO PAD-OPEN RUN AAC, ACAR AND ACSR CONDUCTOR Aluminum compression tee connectors are designed for corona free service at 500 KV. Single cable diameter under 1.76 inch for 345 KV and 2.50 inch diameter for 500 KV may not be corona free unless conductors are bundled. Hardware shields and hardware must be ordered separately. Contact sealant is recommended. Tapers and pad are coated with protective strippable plastic. Pad holes have NEMA spacing. Material: Barrel–Seamless Extruded Aluminum Alloy Tube Pad–Pure Cast Aluminum Add suffix: “-HS” for one hardware shield, and “-HS2” for two hardware shields.

ALUMINUM

21

CATALOG NUMBER

2112-D

2113-D

2114-D

2115-D

2116-D

2117 2118 2119 2120

CONDUCTOR RANGE (1) AAC SIZE ACSR SIZE KCMIL KCMIL (STR) 715.5 26/7 30/19 795 24/7 874.5 26/7 1.045 - 1.140 900 45/7 954 795 54/7 30/19 900 45/7 874.5 54/7 1000 900 54/7 1003.5 954 45/7 1.141 - 1.235 1100 54/7 1113 1033.5 36/1 45/7 954 30/19 1192.5 1113 45/7 1200 1.236 - 1.330 1250 54/19 1272 1192.5 45/7 1300 1272 36/1 1192.5 54/19 1351.5 1272 45/7 1400 1.331 - 1.425 1431 54/19 1500 1351.5 45/7 1510.5 54/19 1431 45/7 1590 54/19 1.425 - 1.520 1600 1510.5 45/7 54/19 1700 1590 45/7 1750 1590 54/19 1.521 - 1.615 1800 1780 84/19 1900 1869 68/7 O.D. (IN.) 1.616 - 1.710 1.711 - 1.805 1.806 - 1.900 2000 2250 2300 2500 2034.5 2167 2156 2312 2515 72/7 72/7 84/19 76/19 76/19

PAD WIDTH IN (MM)

LENGTH IN (MM)

DIE SIZE

MINIMUM PRESS (TONS)

NET WEIGHT LB (KG)

4.0 (102)

18.3 (464)

12CD or 27AH

60

3.1 (1.4)

4.0 (102)

19.5 (496)

13CD or 30AH

60

3.6 (1.6)

4.0 (102)

20.8 (527)

14CD or 34AH

60

4.6 (2.0)

4.0 (102)

22.0 (558)

15CD or 36AH

60

5.5 (2.4)

4.0 (102) 4.0 (102) 4.0 (102) 4.0 (102) 4.0 (102)

22.0 (558) 23.5 (597) 24.6 (626) 25.8 (655) 26.9 (683)

16CD or 38AH 17CD or 40AH 18CD or 42AH 19CD or 44AH 20CD or 48AH

60

6.1 (2.7) 7.8 (3.5) 8.8 (3.9) 10.2 (4.6) 11.9 (5.3)

60 100 100 100

(1) These tee taps are also approved for minimum tension applications on AAAC and ACAR conductors within the diameter ranges listed.



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EHV WELDED TEE CONNECTOR TUBE TO FLAT PAD TYPE WTTFR Aluminum alloy weldment, range taking tee for connecting aluminum tubing main to flat. Tongue holes have NEMA spacing. Contact surfaces are finished on both sides of tongue. The saddle configuration provides a weld area equivalent to 110% of the cross-sectional area of the tongue. This design is for corona free service at 500 KV when bolt shields are installed. Catalog number does not include hardware shields or mounting hardware. Refer to type EVHS-D for bolt shields. Contact sealant is recommended for pads after welding. Material: Casting – 356-T6 aluminum alloy Note: To obtain 90˚ transverse type, add -90 to catalog number; example: WTTFR-30-60-D-90

ALUMINUM

WTTFR

CATALOG NUMBER WTTFR-10-24-D WTTFR-30-60-D

ALUMINUM CONDUCTOR RANGE IPS/EHIPS 1 thru 21/2 3 thru 6

DIMENSIONS – INCHES (MM) B 41/2 (114.30) 41/4 (107.95) T 1/2 (12.70) 3/4 (19.05)

APPROX. WT. EA. LBS. 1.2 (.54) 1.6 (.73)



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EHV WELDED TEE CONNECTORS TUBE TO FLAT SELF SHIELDING TYPE EVWTF Aluminum alloy weldment, range taking tee for connecting aluminum tubing main to flat. Tongue holes have NEMA spacing. Contact surfaces are finished on both sides of tongue. This design is for corona free service at 500 KV with or without taps attached. No bolt shields are required due to built-in recesses. Maximum terminal pad thickness is one (1) inch. Contact sealant is recommended after welding. Material: Casting – 356-T6 aluminum alloy Pad – 6061-T6 aluminum alloy

ALUMINUM

EVWTF

500 KV LINE-TO-LINE APPLICATIONS
CATALOG NUMBER EVWTF-24-60-D ALUMINUM CONDUCTOR RANGE IPS/EHIPS 21/2 thru 6 APPROX. WT. EA. LBS. (KG) 5.22 (2.37)



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EHV SUBSTATION TEES
EHV WELDED TRIFURCATING TEE CONNECTORS TUBE TO THREE FLAT PADS TYPE EVTT3F Aluminum alloy tubing to pads tee connectors are designed for corona free service at 500 KV. Bolt shields are not required due to recessed pads. Mounting hardware must be ordered separately. See compression terminal Type CCL-EHV for tapping off the EVTT3F pad. Maximum terminal pad thickness is one (1”) inch. Contact sealant is recommended for contact pad after welding. Bolt shields not required on recessed pad connections. Material: Castings – 356-T6 aluminum alloy Pads – 6061-T6 aluminum alloy

ALUMINUM

EVTT3F

FACTORY WELD

500 KV LINE-TO-LINE APPLICATIONS
CATALOG NUMBER EVTT3F-24 EVTT3F-30 EVTT3F-34 EVTT3F-40 EVTT3F-50 EVTT3F-60 ALUMINUM CONDUCTOR SIZE IPS/EHIPS 21/2 3 31/2 4 5 6 DIMENSION C 65/8 (168.28) 615/16 (176.21) 71/4 (184.15) 77/16 (188.91) 81/16 (204.79) 89/16 (217.49) APPROX. WT. EA. LBS. (KG) 21.5 (9.76) 22.3 (10.12) 22.5 (10.21) 22.5 (10.21)



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EHV WELDED BIFURCATING TEE CONNECTORS TUBE TO TWO FLAT PADS TYPE EVTT2F
ALUMINUM

EVTT2F

Aluminum alloy tubing to pads tee connectors are designed for corona free service at 500 KV. Pad terminal mounting hardware must be ordered separately. Bolt shields not required with this ring-shielded design. See compression terminal Type CCL-EHV for tapping off the EVTT2F pad. Contact sealant is recommended for contact pad after welding. Material: Castings–356-T6 aluminum alloy Pads–6061-T6 aluminum alloy

T

500 KV LINE-TO-LINE APPLICATIONS
CATALOG NUMBER EVTT2F-40-D IPS TUBE SIZE 4” DIMENSION T 1” (25.40) APPROX. WT. EA. LBS. (KG) 18.00 (8.10)



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EHV SUBSTATION BUS SUPPORTS
EHV BOLTED BUS SUPPORTS TYPE EVTS
ALUMINUM

Aluminum alloy, bolted, rigid or slip fit, tubular bus supports are designed for corona free service at 500KV. The cap members can be rotated to provide rigid or slip-free clamping. One static eliminator spring is furnished in each cap. Material: Casting – 356-T6 aluminum alloy Springs – stainless steel Clamping Hardware – aluminum alloy Mounting Hardware – galvanized steel

EVTS

345 AND 500 KV LINE-TO-LINE APPLICATIONS
CATALOG NUMBER ALUMINUM CONDUCTOR SIZE IPS/EHIPS BOLT CIRCLE DIA. IN. DIMENSIONS – INCHES (MM) L 12 (304.80) 12 (304.80) 12 (304.80) 12 (304.80) 12 (304.80) 14 (355.60) 14 (355.60) 14 (355.60) 14 (355.60) 14 (355.60) C 500 KV Applications EVTS-30-5 EVTS-34-5 EVTS-40-5 EVTS-50-5 EVTS-60-5 EVTS-30-7 EVTS-34-7 EVTS-40-7 EVTS-50-7 EVTS-60-7 3 31/2 4 5 6 3 31/2 4 5 6 5 5 5 5 5 7 7 7 7 7 35/8 (92.08) 4 (101.60) 41/2 (114.30) 47/8 (123.83) 53/8 (136.53) 35/8 (92.08) 4 (101.60) 41/2 (114.30) 47/8 (123.83) 53/8 (136.53) 71/4 (184.15) 73/4 (196.85) 81/2 (215.90) 91/2 (241.30) 103/8 (263.53) 71/4 (184.15) 73/4 (196.85) 81/2 (215.90) 91/2 (241.30) 103/8 (263.53) 5/8 (15.88) 5/8 (15.88) 5/8 (15.88) 5/8 (15.88) 5/8 (15.88) 3/4 (19.05) 3/4 (19.05) 3/4 (19.05) 3/4 (19.05) 3/4 (19.05) 11/16 X 7/8 (17.46 X 22.23) 11/16 X 7/8 (17.46 X 22.23) 11/16 X 7/8 (17.46 X 22.23) 11/16 X 7/8 (17.46 X 22.23) 11/16 X 7/8 (17.46 X 22.23) 13/16 X 1 (20.64 X 25.40) 13/16 X 1 (20.64 X 25.40) 13/16 X 1 (20.64 X 25.40) 13/16 X 1 (20.64 X 25.40) 13/16 X 1 (20.64 X 25.40) 7.8 (3.54) 8.6 (3.90) 9.9 (4.49) 10.2 (4.63) 11.9 (5.40) 8.9 (4.04) 9.4 (4.27) 10.0 (4.54) 10.4 (4.72) 10.8 (4.90) W J K APPROX. WT. EA. LBS. (KG)



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EHV SUBSTATION BUS SUPPORTS
EHV BOLTED BUS SUPPORTS FOR CABLE TYPE HVCS
ALUMINUM

HVCS

Aluminum alloy, bolted cable, bus supports are corona free single cable bus supports for 345 KV service. For mounting to base of insulator, add “B” to catalog number (example: HVCS-1996-5B); bolt length will be increased, nuts will be furnished, and weep holes will be drilled in cap as shown. Material: Casting – 356-T6 aluminum alloy Bolts and Lockwashers – galvanized steel

345 KV LINE-TO-LINE APPLICATIONS
CATALOG NUMBER HVCS-1026-5 HVCS-1108-5 HVCS-1162-5 HVCS-1216-5 HVCS-1299-5 HVCS-1762-5 HVCS-1824-5 HVCS-1880-5 HVCS-1996-5 HVCS-2160-5 HVCS-1762-7 HVCS-1824-7 HVCS-1996-7 HVCS-2160-7 BOLT CIRCLE DIA. IN. 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 7 7 7 7 ALUMINUM CONDUCTOR SIZE (IN.) 795 MCM ALUM. -37 STR (1.026) 795 26/7 ACSR (1.108) 900 MCM ALUM. (1.162) 1113 MCM ALUM. (1.216) 1272 MCM ALUM. (1.300) 2156 MCM 84/19 ACSR (1.762) 2500 MCM ALUM. (1.824) 2515 MCM 76/19 ACSR (1.880) 3000 MCM ALUM. (1.996) 3500 MCM ALUM. (2.160) 2156 MCM 84/19 ACSR (1.762) 2500 MCM ALUM. (1.824) 3000 MCM ALUM. (1.996) 3500 MCM ALUM. (2.160) DIMENSIONS – INCHES (MM) A 517/32 (138.91) 517/32 (138.91) 517/32 (138.91) 517/32 (138.91) 517/32 (138.91) 517/32 (138.91) 517/32 (138.91) 517/32 (138.91) 517/32 (138.91) 517/32 (138.91) 73/8 (187.33) 73/8 (187.33) 73/8 (187.33) 73/8 (187.33) C 15/16 (49.21) 15/16 (49.21) 15/16 (49.21) 15/16 (49.21) 15/16 (49.21) 2 (50.80) 2 (50.80) 2 (50.80) 2 (50.80) 2 (50.80) 2 (50.80) 2 (50.80) 2 (50.80) 2 (50.80) W 517/32 (138.91) 517/32 (138.91) 517/32 (138.91) 517/32 (138.91) 517/32 (138.91) 517/32 (138.91) 517/32 (138.91) 517/32 (138.91) 517/32 (138.91) 517/32 (138.91) 73/8 (187.33) 73/8 (187.33) 73/8 (187.33) 73/8 (187.33) H 31/8 (79.38) 31/8 (79.38) 31/8 (79.38) 31/8 (79.38) 45/32 (105.57) 45/32 (105.57) 45/32 (105.57) 45/32 (105.57) 45/32 (105.57) 45/32 (105.57) 45/32 (105.57) 45/32 (105.57) 45/32 (105.57) 45/32 (105.57) J 5/8 (15.88) 5/8 (15.88) 5/8 (15.88) 5/8 (15.88) 5/8 (15.88) 5/8 (15.88) 5/8 (15.88) 5/8 (15.88) 5/8 (15.88) 5/8 (15.88) 3/4 (19.05) 3/4 (19.05) 3/4 (19.05) 3/4 (19.05) K 11/16 X 7/8 (17.46 X 22.23) 11/16 X 7/8 (17.46 X 22.23) 11/16 X 7/8 (17.46 X 22.23) 11/16 X 7/8 (17.46 X 22.23) 11/16 X 7/8 (17.46 X 22.23) 11/16 X 7/8 (17.46 X 22.23) 11/16 X 7/8 (17.46 X 22.23) 11/16 X 7/8 (17.46 X 22.23) 11/16 X 7/8 (17.46 X 22.23) 11/16 X 7/8 (17.46 X 22.23) 13/16 X 1 (20.64 X 25.40) 13/16 X 1 (20.64 X 25.40) 13/16 X 1 (20.64 X 25.40) 13/16 X 1 (20.64 X 25.40) APPROX. WT. EA. LBS. (KG) 4.2 (1.89) 4.2 (1.89) 4.2 (1.89) 4.2 (1.89) 4.3 (1.95) 6.5 (2.95) 6.5 (2.95) 6.5 (2.95) 6.5 (2.95) 6.0 (2.72) 9.8 (2.45) 9.8 (2.45) 9.8 (2.45) 9.8 (2.45)



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EHV SUBSTATION BUS SUPPORTS
EHV BOLTED BUS SUPPORTS TYPE HVDCS/EVDCS
ALUMINUM

Aluminum alloy, double cable, bus supports are designed for corona free service at 345 and 500 KV respectively. The grooves are fully rounded at entry to prevent conductor damage. Cable spacing other than shown may be ordered by changing catalog number suffix (example HVDCS-1108-5-16 for 1.108 diameter cable at 16” center line to center line). Material: Caps and Base – 356-T6 aluminum alloy Cross Braces – 6061.T6 aluminum alloy Clamping Bolt – aluminum alloy Mounting Hardware – galvanized steel

HVDCS/EVDCS
K

345 AND 500 KV LINE-TO-LINE APPLICATIONS
ALUMINUM CONDUCTOR RANGE CATALOG NUMBER BOLT CIRCLE DIA. IN. DIA. IN. 795 800 795 800 AAC 345 KV APPLICATION HVDCS-1036-5-12 HVDCS-1036-5-18 HVDCS-1108-5-18 HVDCS-1108-7-12 HVDCS-1108-7-18 HVDCS-1162-7-12 HVDCS-1196-5-10 HVDCS-1196-5-12 HVDCS-1196-5-18 HVDCS-1196-7-12 HVDCS-1246-5-12 HVDCS-1246-5-18 5 5 5 7 7 7 5 5 5 7 5 5 1.019 – 1.036 1.019 – 1.036 1.070 – 1.108 1.070 – 1.108 1.070 – 1.108 1.124 – 1.162 1.165 – 1.196 1.165 – 1.196 1.165 – 1.196 1.165 – 1.196 1.209 – 1.263 1.209 – 1.263 (37-61 Str) (61 Str) (37-61 Str) (61 Str) 636 715 636 715 715.5 795 715.5 795 715.5 795 900 900 954 954 954 954 954 954 954 954 1033.5 1113 1033.5 1113 30/19 54/7 30/19 54/7 30/19 54/7 30/19 54/7 30/19 54/7 45/7 54/7 45/7 54/7 45/7 54/7 45/7 54/7 45/7 54/7 45/7 45/7 45/7 45/7 12 (304.80) 18 (457.20) 18 (457.20) 12 (304.80) 18 (457.20) 12 (304.80) 10 12 (304.80) 18 (457.20) 12 (304.80) 12 (304.80) 18 (457.20) 11/16 x 7/8 (17.46 x 22.23) 11/16 x 7/8 (17.46 x 22.23) 11/16 x 7/8 (17.46 x 22.23) 13/16 x 1 (20.64 x 25.40) 13/16 x 1 (20.64 x 25.40) 13/16 x 1 (20.64 x 25.40) 11/16 x 7/8 (17.46 x 22.23) 11/16 x 7/8 (17.46 x 22.23) 11/16 x 7/8 (17.46 x 22.23) 13/16 x 1 (20.64 x 25.40) 11/16 x 7/8 (17.46 x 22.23) 11/16 x 7/8 (17.46 x 22.23) 4.8 (2.16) 5.2 (2.36) 5.2 (2.36) 5.5 (2.49) 6.1 (2.75) 5.5 (2.49) 4.6 (2.07) 4.8 (2.16) 5.2 (2.36) 6.1 (2.75) 4.8 (2.16) 5.5 (2.49) ACSR DIMENSIONS – INCHES (MM) C K APPROX. WT EA. LBS. (KG)

874.5–900 (37 Str–61 Str) 874.5–900 (37 Str–61 Str) 874.5–900 (37 Str–61 Str) 954–1000 (37 Str–61 Str) 1033.5 (37 Str–61 Str) 1033.5 (37 Str–61 Str) 1033.5 (37 Str–61 Str) 1033.5 (37 Str–61 Str) 1100–1200 (91 Str) 1100–1200 (91 Str)

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EHV SUBSTATION BUS SUPPORTS
EHV BOLTED BUS SUPPORTS TYPE HVDCS/EVDCS (Continued)

ALUMINUM CONDUCTOR RANGE CATALOG NUMBER BOLT CIRCLE DIA. IN. DIA. IN. AAC 1192.5–1272 (61 Str) 1192.5–1272 (61 Str) 1192.5–1272 (61 Str) 1400–1431 (91 Str–61 Str) 1400–1431 (91 Str–61 Str) 1500–1600 (91 Str–127 Str) 1500–1600 (91 Str–127 Str) – 1700–1750 (127 Str) 1700–1750 (127 Str) 1700–1750 (127 Str) 1700–1750 (127 Str) 2000 (91 Str–127 Str.) 2000 (91 Str–127 Str.) 2250 (91 Str.) 2250 (91 Str.) 2300 (61 Str.) 2300 (61 Str.) 2300 (61 Str.) 2500 (91 Str–127 Str) 2500 (91 Str–127 Str) 2500 (91 Str–127 Str) 2500 (91 Str–127 Str) 2500 (91 Str–127 Str) 2500 (91 Str–127 Str) 2167 2156 2167 2156 ACSR 1113 1113 1113 1113 1113 1113 1272 1351.5 1272 1351.5 1351.5 1510.5 1351.5 1510.5 1590 1590 1590 1590 1590 1590 1590 1590 1590 45/7 54/19 45/7 54/19 45/7 54/19 45/7 45/7 45/7 45/7 54/19 45/7 54/19 45/7 45/7 45/7 54/19 45/7 54/19 45/7 54/19 45/7 54/19

DIMENSIONS – INCHES (MM) C 12 (304.80) 18 (457.20) 18 (457.20) 12 (304.80) 12 (304.80) 18 (457.20) 18 (457.20) 12 (304.80) 10 (254.00) 12 (304.80) 16 (406.40) 18 (457.20) K 11/16 x 7/8 (17.46 x 22.23) 11/16 x 7/8 (17.46 x 22.23) 13/16 x 1 (20.64 x 25.40) 11/16 x 7/8 (17.46 x 22.23) 11/16 x 7/8 (17.46 x 22.23) 11/16 x 7/8 (17.46 x 22.23) 13/16 x 1 (20.64 x 25.40) 11/16 x 7/8 (17.46 x 22.23) 11/16 x 7/8 (17.46 x 22.23) 11/16 x 7/8 (17.46 x 22.23) 11/16 x 7/8 (17.46 x 22.23) 11/16 x 7/8 (17.46 x 22.23) 11/16 x 7/8 (17.46 x 22.23) 11/16 x 7/8 (17.46 x 22.23) 11/16 x 7/8 (17.46 x 22.23) 11/16 x 7/8 (17.46 x 22.23) 11/16 x 7/8 (17.46 x 22.23) 11/16 x 7/8 (17.46 x 22.23) 13/16 x 1 (20.64 x 25.40) 11/16 x 7/8 (17.46 x 22.23) 11/16 x 7/8 (17.46 x 22.23) 11/16 x 7/8 (17.46 x 22.23) 13/16 x 1 (20.64 x 25.40) 13/16 x 1 (20.64 x 25.40) 13/16 x 1 (20.64 x 25.40)

APPROX. WT EA. LBS. (KG) 4.9 (2.22) 5.4 (2.45) 6.3 (2.86) 4.9 (2.22) 4.9 (2.22) 5.2 (2.36) 5.7 (2.57) 4.9 (2.22) 4.8 (2.16) 4.9 (2.22) 5.1 (2.30) 5.3 (2.39)

345 KV APPLICATION (CONT.) HVDCS-1299-5-12 HVDCS-1299-5-18 HVDCS-1299-7-18 HVDCS-1382-5-12 HVDCS-1465-5-12 HVDCS-1465-5-18 HVDCS-1465-7-18 HVDCS-1502-5-12 HVDCS-1545-5-10 HVDCS-1545-5-12 HVDCS-1545-5-16 HVDCS-1545-5-18 5 5 7 5 5 5 7 5 5 5 5 5 1.258 – 1.300 1.258 – 1.300 1.258 – 1.300 1.345 – 1.385 1.345 – 1.385 1.412 – 1.466 1.412 – 1.466 1.467 – 1.502 1.502 – 1.545 1.502 – 1.545 1.502 – 1.545 1.502 – 1.545

500 KV APPLICATION EVDCS-1650-5-12 EVDCS-1650-5-18 EVDCS-1729-5-12 EVDCS-1729-5-18 EVDCS-1762-5-12 EVDCS-1762-5-18 EVDCS-1762-7-12 EVDCS-1824-5-12 EVDCS-1824-5-16 EVDCS-1824-5-18 EVDCS-1824-7-12 EVDCS-1824-7-16 EVDCS-1824-7-18 5 5 5 5 5 5 7 5 5 5 7 7 7 1.602 – 1.650 1.602 – 1.650 1.682 – 1.729 1.682 – 1.729 1.737 – 1.762 1.737 – 1.762 1.737 – 1.762 1.763 – 1.824 1.763 – 1.824 1.763 – 1.824 1.763 – 1.824 1.763 – 1.824 1.763 – 1.824 1780 84/19 1780 84/19 72/7 84/19 72/7 84/19 12 (304.80) 18 (457.20) 12 (304.80) 18 (457.20) 12 (304.80) 18 (457.20) 12 (304.80) 12 (304.80) 16 (406.40) 18 (457.20) 12 (304.80) 16 (406.40) 18 (457.20) 5.0 (2.25) 5.4 (2.45) 5.0 (2.25) 5.4 (2.45) 5.0 (2.25) 5.4 (2.45) 5.8 (2.61) 5.0 (2.27) 5.2 (2.36) 5.4 (2.75) 5.8 (2.61) 6.1 (2.75) 6.3 (2.86)



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EHV SUBSTATION BUS SUPPORTS
EHV BOLTED BUS SUPPORTS TYPE HVDCH/EVDCH
ALUMINUM

Aluminum alloy, double cable, bus supports are designed for corona free service at 345 and 500 KV respectively. The rigid cast design has cable grooves fully rounded at entry to prevent conductor damage. Material: Body and Caps – 356-T6 aluminum alloy Clamping Hardware – aluminum alloy Mounting Hardware – galvanized steel

HVDCH/EVDCH

ALUMINUM CONDUCTOR RANGE CATALOG NUMBER BOLT CIRCLE DIA. IN.

DIMENSIONS–INCHES (MM) APPROX. WT. EA. LBS. (KG) 5.8 (2.63) 4.8 (2.16) 5.2 (2.36) 5.2 (2.36) 5.4 (2.45) 4.8 (2.16) 5.2 (2.36) 4.8 (2.16) 5.2 (2.36) 5.9 (2.68) 5.3 (2.39) 5.7 (2.59)

DIA. IN

AAL 795–800 (37 Str–61 Str) 874.5–900 (37 Str–61 Str) 874.5–900 (37 Str–61 Str) 1033.5 (37 Str–61 Str) 1192.5–1272 (61 Str) 1400–1431 (91 Str–61 Str) 1400_1431 (91 Str–61 Str) 1700–1750 (127 Str) 1700–1750 (127 Str) 2000–2000 (91 Str–127 Str) -

ACSR

C 18 (457.20) 12 (304.80) 18 (457.20) 18 (457.20) 18 (457.20) 12 (304.80) 18 (457.20) 12 (304.80) 18 (457.20) 18 (457.20) 12 (304.80) 18 (457.20)

H 21/2 (63.50) 21/2 (63.50) 21/2 (63.50) 21/2 (63.50) 21/2 (63.50) 21/2 (63.50) 21/2 (63.50) 21/2 (63.50) 21/2 (63.50) 21/2 (63.50) 21/2 (63.50) 21/2 (63.50)

K 11/16 x 7/8 (17.46 x 22.23) 11/16 x 7/8 (17.46 x 22.23) 11/16 x 7/8 (17.46 x 22.23) 11/16 x 7/8 (17.46 x 22.23) 11/16 x 7/8 (17.46 x 22.23) 11/16 x 7/8 (17.46 x 22.23) 11/16 x 7/8 (17.46 x 22.23) 11/16 x 7/8 (17.46 x 22.23) 11/16 x 7/8 (17.46 x 22.23) 11/16 x 7/8 (17.46 x 22.23) 11/16 x 7/8 (17.46 x 22.23) 11/16 x 7/8 (17.46 x 22.23)

345 KV APPLICATIONS HVDCH-1036-5-18 HVDCH-1108-5-12 HVDCH-1108-5-18 HVDCH-1196-5-18 HVDCH-1299-5-18 HVDCH-1382-5-12 HVDCH-1382-5-18 HVDCH-1545-5-12 HVDCH-1545-5-18 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 1.019 – 1.036 1.070 – 1.108 1.070 – 1.108 1.165 – 1.196 1.258 – 1.300 1.345 – 1.385 1.345 – 1.385 1.502 – 1.545 1.502 – 1.545 636 30/19 – 715.5 54/7 715.5 30/19 – 795 54/7 715.5 30/19 – 795 54/7 954 45/7 – 954 54/7 1113 45/7 – 1113 54/19 1272 45/7 – 1357.5 45/7 1272 45/7 – 1351.5 45/7 1590 45/7 – 1590 54/19 -

500 KV APPLICATION EVDCH-1650-5-18 EVDCH-1762-5-12 EVDCH-1762-5-18 5 5 5 1.602 – 1.650 (40.69 – 41.91) 1.737 – 1.762 (44.12 – 44.75) 1.737 – 1.762 (44.12 – 44.75) 1780 84/19 2167 72/7 – 2156 84/19 2167 72/7 – 2156 84/19



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EHV WELDED BUS SUPPORTS TYPE WURE-EHV
ALUMINUM

WURE-EHV

Aluminum alloy weldment, rigid or slip fit, bus supports are designed for corona free service at 345 KV. If rigid fit is desired, field weld each end. Stainless steel static eliminator spring is furnished as standard. Cap screws and washers for mounting to cap of insulator are supplied for upright mounting; when mounting to base, add “B” to catalog number (example: WURE20-5-B-EHV). Material: Casting – 356-T6 aluminum alloy Mounting Hardware – galvanized steel

345 KV LINE-TO-LINE APPLICATIONS
CATALOG NUMBER WURE-24-5-EHV WURE-30-5-EHV WURE-34-5-EHV WURE-40-5-EHV WURE-50-5-EHV WURE-60-5-EHV ALUMINUM CONDUCTOR SIZE IPS/ EHIPS 21/2 3 31/2 4 5 6 BOLT CIRCLE DIA. IN. 5 5 5 5 5 5 DIMENSIONS – INCHES (MM) L 91/8 (231.78) 91/8 (231.78) 91/8 (231.78) 93/8 (238.13) 93/8 (238.13) 97/8 (250.83) C 31/8 (79.38) 35/8 (92.08) 4 (101.60) 41/2 (114.30) 47/8 (123.83) 53/8 (136.53) W 311/16 (93.66) 47/16 (112.71) 53/16 (131.76) 59/16 (141.25) 611/16 (169.86) 711/16 (195.26) K 11/16 X 7/8 (17.46 X 22.23) 11/16 X 7/8 (17.46 X 22.23) 11/16 X 7/8 (17.46 X 22.23) 11/16 X 7/8 (17.46 X 22.23) 11/16 X 7/8 (17.46 X 22.23) 11/16 X 7/8 (17.46 X 22.23) APPROX. WT. EA. LBS. (KG) 3.4 (1.54) 3.4 (1.54) 4.7 (2.13) 5.3 (2.40) 5.8 (2.63) 6.7 (3.04)



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EHV SUBSTATION BUS SUPPORTS
EHV HOOK-ON BUS SUPPORTS TYPE WTH-EHV
ALUMINUM

Aluminum alloy weldment bus supports are corona free hookon type tubular supports for 345 and 500 KV service. The bus supports can be welded at each end for rigid fit. Stainless steel static eliminator springs are furnished as standard. Cap screws and washers for mounting to cap of insulator are supplied for upright mounting. When mounting to base of insulator, add “B” to catalog number for bolts, nuts, lockwashers and flatwashers (example: WTH-24-5-B-EHV). Material: Casting – 356-T6 aluminum alloy Mounting Hardware – galvanized steel

WTH-EHV

345 AND 500 KV LINE-TO-LINE APPLICATIONS
CATALOG NUMBER ALUMINUM CONDUCTOR SIZE IPS/EHIPS DIMENSIONS – INCHES (MM) L 93/8 (238.13) 93/8 (238.13) 93/8 (238.13) 93/8 (238.13) 93/8 (238.13) 93/8 (238.13) 93/8 (238.13) 121/2 (317.50) 113/4 (298.45) 113/4 (298.45) 113/4 (298.45) 113/4 (298.45) 131/4 (336.55) C 5” BOLT CIRCLE WTH-20-5-EHV* WTH-24-5-EHV WTH-30-5-EHV WTH-34-5-EHV WTH-40-5-EHV WTH-50-5-EHV WTH-60-5-EHV WTH-8OD-5-DP-EHV 2 21/2 3 31/2 4 5 6 8” O.D. 23/4 (69.85) 31/8 (79.38) 35/8 (92.08) 4 (101.60) 41/2 (114.30) 47/8 (123.83) 5 3/8 (136.53) 63/8 (161.93) 7” BOLT CIRCLE WTH-30-7-EHV WTH-40-7-EHV WTH-50-7-EHV WTH-60-7-EHV WTH-8OD-7-EHV 3 4 5 6 8” O.D. 35/8 (92.08) 41/2 (114.30) 47/8 (123.83) 53/8 (136.53) 61/4 (158.75) 51/2 (139.70) 61/2 (165.10) 713/16 (198.44) 91/8 (231.78) 105/8 (269.88) 13/16 X 1 (20.64 X 25.40) 13/16 X 1 (20.64 X 25.40) 13/16 X 1 (20.64 X 25.40) 13/16 X 1 (20.64 X 25.40) 13/16 X 1 (20.64 X 25.40) 5.5 (2.48) 5.7 (2.59) 5.7 (2.59) 7.0 (3.18) 12.1 (16.01) 4 (101.6) 41/2 (114.30) 51/2 (139.70) 57/8 (149.23) 61/2 (165.10) 713/16 (198.44) 91/8 (231.78) 105/8 (269.88) 11/16 X 7/8 (17.46 X 22.23) 11/16 X 7/8 (17.46 X 22.23) 11/16 X 7/8 (17.46 X 22.23) 11/16 X 7/8 (17.46 X 22.23) 11/16 X 7/8 (17.46 X 22.23) 11/16 X 7/8 (17.46 X 22.23) 11/16 X 7/8 (17.46 X 22.23) 11/16 X 7/8 (17.46 X 22.23) 3.7 (1.67) 4.1 (1.81) 4.1 (1.81) 4.3 (1.93) 4.3 (1.95) 5.0 (2.27) 5.6 (2.54) 9.9 (4.36) W K APPROX. WT. EA. LBS. (KG)

*Conductors smaller than 21/2 IPS are not recommended for 500 KV.



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WELDED BUS SUPPORTS TYPE WUR-EHV
ALUMINUM

WUR-EHV

Aluminum alloy horizontal weldment bus support for aluminum tubing designed for rigid corona free service at 345 and 500 KV. Cap screws are supplied for upright mounting. For mounting to base of insulator; nuts, bolts, and lock-washers will be supplied by adding “-B” to catalog number; example: WUR-30-5-B-EHV Material: Casting – 356-T6 aluminum alloy Hardware – galvanized steel

345 AND 500 KV LINE-TO-LINE APPLICATIONS
CATALOG NUMBER *WUR-20-5-EHV WUR-24-5-EHV WUR-30-5-EHV WUR-34-5-EHV WUR-40-5-EHV WUR-50-5-EHV WUR-60-5-EHV WUR-60-7-EHV ALUMINUM CONDUCTOR SIZE IPS/EHIPS 2 21/2 3 31/2 4 5 6 6 DIMENSIONS – INCHES (MM) BOLT CIRCLE DIA. IN. 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 7 L 8 (203.20) 8 (203.20) 81/8 (206.38) 81/8 (206.38) 81/8 (206.38) 81/8 (206.38) 81/8 (206.38) 103/8 (263.53) C 23/4 (69.85) 31/8 (79.38) 35/8 (92.08) 4 (101.60) 41/2 (114.30) 47/8 (123.82) 53/8 (136.52) 51/2 (139.70) K 11/16 X 7/8 (17.46 X 22.23) 11/16 X 7/8 (17.46 X 22.23) 11/16 X 7/8 (17.46 X 22.23) 11/16 X 7/8 (17.46 X 22.23) 11/16 X 7/8 (17.46 X 22.23) 11/16 X 7/8 (17.46 X 22.23) 11/16 X 7/8 (17.46 X 22.23) 13/16 X 1 (20.64 x 25.4) APPROX. WT. EA. LBS. (KG) 1.28 (.58) 1.30 (.59) 1.40 (.63) 1.60 (.72) 1.80 (.81) 1.90 (.86) 2.06 (.93) 2.94 (1.33)

*Conductors smaller than 21/2 IPS are not recommended for 500 KV.



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EHV SUBSTATION BUS SUPPORTS
EHV BUS SUPPORTS TYPE EVBCF
ALUMINUM

Material: Castings–356-T6 aluminum alloy Clamping Hardware–Galvanized Steel
T W

Bo l

tC

Aluminum alloy, insulator to flat, terminals are designed for corona free service at 500KV. This catalog number does not include tongue mounting hardware or bolt shields; these components must be ordered separately. Bolt shields must be used on both sides of pad to assure corona free performance. Tongue holes have NEMA spacing. Contact sealant is recommended.

EVBCF

irc

le

H

500 KV LINE-TO-LINE APPLICATIONS
CATALOG NUMBER EVBCF BOLT CIRCLE DIA. IN. 5 DIMENSIONS – INCHES (MM) H 53/4 (146.1) W 63/8 (161.9) T 3/4 (19.05) APPROX. WT. EA. LBS. (KG) 5.4 (2.45)



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EHV SUBSTATION BUS SUPPORTS
EHV WELDED BUS SUPPORTS TYPE EVVBS
ALUMINUM

EVVBS

Aluminum alloy weldment bus supports are corona free vertical tubular supports for 500 KV service. Material: Bus Support–356-T6 aluminum alloy Hardware–galvanized steel

500 KV LINE-TO-LINE APPLICATIONS
CATALOG NUMBER EVVBS-24-5 EVVBS-30-5 EVVBS-40-5 EVVBS-50-5 EVVBS-60-5 EVVBS-24-7 EVVBS-30-7 EVVBS-40-7 EVVBS-50-7 EVVBS-60-7 ALUMINUM CONDUCTOR SIZE IPS 21/2 3 4 5 6 21/2 3 4 5 6 BOLT CIRCLE DIA. IN. 5 5 5 5 5 7 7 7 7 7 DIMENSION – INCHES (MM) C 315/16 (100.01) 57/16 (138.11) 51/2 (139.70) 51/2 (139.70) 51/2 (139.70) 315/16 (100.01) 57/16 (138.11) 57/16 (138.11) 51/2 (139.80) 51/2 (139.80) APPROX. WT. EA. LBS. (KG) 5.3 (2.41) 6.4 (2.90) 7.2 (3.27) 7.7 (3.49) 8.2 (3.72) 5.9 (2.68) 6.9 (3.13) 7.9 (3.58) -



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EHV SUBSTATION BUS SUPPORTS
EHV EXPANSION TUBULAR BUS SUPPORT TYPE HVRTS
ALUMINUM

Aluminum alloy weldment, expansion tubular, bus supportcoupler is designed for corona free service at 345 KV. The cables serve as the expansion part of the fitting as well as the corona rings. Weldment end plugs will be furnished if desired by adding “EP” suffix to catalog number; example: HVRTS-40-5-EP. Material: Castings – 356-T6 aluminum alloy Cables – aluminum alloy Hardware – galvanized steel
Refer to Class 3940 for installation chart DC-11852 on page 89 for instructions.

HVRTS

345 KV LINE-TO-LINE APPLICATIONS
CATALOG NUMBER HVRTS-30-5 HVRTS-34-5 HVRTS-40-5 HVRTS-50-5 HVRTS-60-5 HVRTS-30-7 HVRTS-40-7 HVRTS-50-7 HVRTS-60-7 ALUMINUM CONDUCTOR SIZE IPS/ EHIPS 3 31/2 4 5 6 3 4 5 6 DIMENSIONS – INCHES (MM) BOLT CIRCLE DIA. IN. 5 5 5 5 5 7 7 7 7 A 205/8 (523.88) 205/8 (523.88) 207/8 (530.23) 223/8 (568.33) 227/8 (581.03) 203/4 (527.05) 21 (533.40) 221/2 (571.50) 23 (584.20) B 241/8 (612.78) 241/8 (612.78) 251/8 (638.18) 263/4 (679.45) 277/8 (708.03) 241/8 (612.78) 251/8 (638.18) 263/4 (679.45) 277/8 (708.03) C 35/8 (92.08) 4 (101.60) 41/2 (114.30) 47/8 (123.83) 53/8 (136.53) 35/8 (92.08) 41/2 (114.30) 47/8 (123.83) 53/8 (136.53) K 11/16 X 7/8 (17.46 X 22.23) 1/16 X 7/8 (17.46 X 22.23) 11/16 X 7/8 (17.46 X 22.23) 11/16 X 7/8 (17.46 X 22.23) 11/16 X 7/8 (17.46 X 22.23) 13/16 X 1 (20.64 X 25.40) 13/16 X 1 (20.64 X 25.40) 13/16 X 1 (20.64 X 25.40) 13/16 X 1 (20.64 X 25.40) Z 13/16 (20.64) 1 (25.40) 11/4 (31.75) 11/4 (31.75) 11/2 (38.10) 13/16 (20.64) 11/4 (31.75) 11/4 (31.75) 11/2 (38.10) APPROX. WT. EA. LBS. (KG) 16.2 (7.35) 16.8 (7.62) 17.8 (8.08) 20.1 (9.13) 21.0 (9.53) 17.5 (7.95) 19.6 (8.90) 21.7 (9.85) 22.8 (10.35)



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EHV WELDED EXPANSION TUBULAR BUS SUPPORTS TYPE EVKES Aluminum alloy, compact expansion, horizontal bus supports are designed for corona free service at 500 KV. This design provides ±2 inch expansion. Weldment end plugs will be furnished if desired by adding “EP” suffix to catalog number; example: (EVKES-40-5-EP). Specify “H” in catalog number if schedule 80 EHIPS tubing is to be used: example: (EVKESH-40-5). Material: Casting – 356-T6 aluminum alloy Shunts – 1100-0 aluminum alloy Shield Mounting Hardware – stainless steel Base Mounting Hardware – galvanized steel
Refer to installation chart DC-6536 on page 90 for instructions.

ALUMINUM

EVKES

345 KV AND 500 KV LINE-TO-LINE APPLICATIONS
CATALOG NUMBER EVKES-30-5 EVKES-34-5 EVKES-40-5 EVKES-50-5 EVKES-60-5 ALUMINUM◊◊ CONDUCTOR SIZE IPS 3 31/2 4 5 6 BOLT CIRCLE DIA. IN. 5 5 5 5 5 DIMENSIONS – INCHES (MM) L 151/4 (387.35) 151/4 (387.35) 151/2 (393.70) 151/2 (393.70) 16 (406.40) C 35/8 (92.08) 4 (101.6) 41/2 (114.30) 47/8 (123.83) 53/8 (136.53) H 91/8 (231.78) 91/8 (231.78) 93/8 (238.13) 93/8 (238.13) 97/8 (250.83) Z 1 (25.40) 1 (25.40) 11/4 (31.75) 11/4 (31.75) 11/2 (38.10) W 181/2 (469.90) 191/2 (495.30) 191/2 (495.30) 231/2 (596.90) 231/2 (596.90) APPROX. WT. EA. LBS. (KG) 20.8 (9.43) 27.3 (12.38) 28.3 (12.84) 32.9 (14.92) 41.8 (18.96)

◊◊160 ft. maximum total bus length.



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EHV SUBSTATION BUS SUPPORTS
EHV EXPANSION TUBULAR BUS SUPPORTS TYPE HVETS/EVETS
ALUMINUM

Aluminum alloy weldment, expansion tubular, bus support couplers designed for corona free service at 345 or 500 KV level respectively. Weldment end plugs will be furnished if desired; add “-EP” to catalog number. (Example: HVETS-40-5-EP). Specify “H” in catalog number if schedule 80 EHIPS tubing is to be used: example: (HVETSH-40-5). Material: Casting – 356-T6 aluminum alloy Rings – 6061-T6 aluminum alloy Shunts – 1100-0 aluminum alloy Ring Mounting Brackets – 6061-T6 aluminum alloy Upper Ring Mounting Hardware – aluminum alloy Lower Ring and Base Mounting Hardware – galvanized steel
Refer to installation Chart DC-6536 on page 90 for instructions.

HVETS/EVETS

K SLOTS

345 KV AND 500 KV LINE-TO-LINE APPLICATIONS
CATALOG NUMBER HVETS-20-5♦ HVETS-24-5♦ HVETS-30-5♦ HVETS-34-5♦ HVETS-40-5♦ HVETS-50-5♦ HVETS-60-5♦ ALUMINUM CONDUCTOR SIZE IPS 2 21/2 3 31/2 4 5 6 BOLT CIRCLE DIA. IN. 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 DIMENSIONS – INCHES (MM) A 93/8 (238.13) 93/8 (238.13) 93/8 (238.13) 93/8 (238.13) 93/8 (238.13) 93/8 (238.13) 93/8 (238.13) B 37/16 (87.31) 37/16 (87.31) 37/16 (87.31) 37/16 (87.31) 37/16 (87.31) 37/16 (87.31) 37/16 (87.31) C 23/4 (69.85) 31/8 (79.38) 35/8 (92.08) 4 (101.60) 41/2 (114.30) 47/8 (123.83) 53/8 (136.53) F 73/8 (187.33) 95/8 (244.48) 103/8 (263.53) 11 (279.40) 113/4 (298.45) 123/4 (323.85) 133/4 (349.25) J 5/8 (15.88) 5/8 (15.88) 5/8 (15.88) 5/8 (15.88) 5/8 (15.88) 5/8 (15.88) 5/8 (15.88) K 11/16 X 7/8 (17.46 X 22.23) 11/16 X 7/8 (17.46 X 22.23) 11/16 X 7/8 (17.46 X 22.23) 11/16 X 7/8 (17.46 X 22.23) 11/16 X 7/8 (17.46 X 22.23) 11/16 X 7/8 (17.46 X 22.23) 11/16 X 7/8 (17.46 X 22.23) Z 11/4 (31.75) 11/4 (31.75) 11/4 (31.75) 11/4 (31.75) 11/4 (31.75) 11/4 (31.75) 11/2 (38.10) APPROX. WT. EA. LBS. (KG) 22.1 (10.02) 22.9 (10.39) 25.6 (11.61) 34.9 (15.83) 32.8 (14.88) 36.1 (16.37) 45.7 (20.73)

♦ ± 21/8” expansion, 160 ft. maximum total bus length (both sides). ♦♦ ± 3” expansion, 240 ft. maximum total bus length (both sides).

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TYPES HVETS/EVETS EXPANSION TUBULAR BUS SUPPORTS (Continued)

345 KV AND 500 KV LINE-TO-LINE APPLICATIONS
CATALOG NUMBER HVETS-20-7♦♦ HVETS-24-7♦♦ HVETS-30-7♦♦ HVETS-34-7♦♦ HVETS-40-7♦♦ HVETS-50-7♦♦ HVETS-60-7♦♦ ALUMINUM CONDUCTOR SIZE IPS 2 21/2 3 31/2 4 5 6 BOLT CIRCLE DIA. IN. 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 DIMENSIONS – INCHES (MM) A 113/4 (298.45) 113/4 (298.45) 113/4 (298.45) 113/4 (298.45) 113/4 (298.45) 113/4 (298.45) 121/4 (311.15) 93/8 (238.13) 93/8 (238.13) 93/8 (238.13) 93/8 (238.13) 93/8 (238.13) 113/4 (298.45) 113/4 (298.45) 113/4 (298.45) 113/4 (298.45) 121/4 (311.15) B 45/8 (117.48) 45/8 (117.48) 45/8 (117.48) 45/8 (117.48) 45/8 (117.48) 45/8 (117.48) 45/8 (117.48) 37/16 (87.31) 37/16 (87.31) 37/16 (87.31) 37/16 (87.31) 37/16 (87.31) 45/8 (117.48) 45/8 (117.48) 45/8 (117.48) 45/8 (117.48) 45/8 (117.48) C 23/4 (69.85) 31/8 (79.38) 35/8 (92.08) 4 (101.60) 41/2 (114.30) 47/8 (123.83) 53/8 (136.53) 35/8 (92.08) 4 (101.60) 41/2 (114.30) 47/8 (123.83) 53/8 (136.53) 35/8 (92.08) 4 (101.60) 41/2 (114.30) 47/8 (123.83) 53/8 (136.53) F 73/8 (187.33) 95/8 (244.48) 103/8 (263.53) 11 (279.40) 113/4 (298.45) 123/4 (323.85) 33/4 (349.25) 117/8 (301.63) 121/2 (317.50) 131/4 (336.55) 141/4 (361.95) 151/4 (387.35) 117/8 (301.63) 121/2 (317.50) 131/4 (336.55) 141/4 (361.95) 151/4 (387.35) J 3/4 (19.05) 3/4 (19.05) 3/4 (19.05) 3/4 (19.05) 3/4 (19.05) 3/4 (19.05) 3/4 (19.05) 5/8 (15.88) 5/8 (15.88) 5/8 (15.88) 5/8 (15.88) 5/8 (15.88) 3/4 (19.05) 3/4 (19.05) 3/4 (19.05) 3/4 (19.05) 3/4 (19.05) K 13/16 X 7/8 (20.64 X 25.40) 13/16 X 7/8 (20.64 X 25.40) 13/16 X 7/8 (20.64 X 25.40) 13/16 X 7/8 (20.64 X 25.40) 13/16 X 7/8 (20.64 X 25.40) 13/16 X 7/8 (20.64 X 25.40) 13/16 X 7/8 (20.64 X 25.40) 11/16 X 7/8 (17.46 X 22.23) 11/16 X 7/8 (17.46 X 22.23) 11/16 X 7/8 (17.46 X 22.23) 11/16 X 7/8 (17.46 X 22.23) 11/16 X 7/8 (17.46 X 22.23) 13/16 X 7/8 (20.64 X 25.40) 13/16 X 7/8 (20.64 X 25.40) 13/16 X 7/8 (20.64 X 25.40) 13/16 X 7/8 (20.64 X 25.40) 13/16 X 7/8 (20.64 X 25.40) Z 11/4 (31.75) 11/4 (31.75) 11/4 (31.75) 11/4 (31.75) 11/4 (31.75) 11/4 (31.75) 11/2 (38.10) 11/4 (31.75) 11/4 (31.75) 11/4 (31.75) 11/4 (31.75) 11/2 (38.10) 11/4 (31.75) 11/4 (31.75) 11/4 (31.75) 11/4 (31.75) 11/2 (38.10) APPROX. WT. EA. LBS. (KG) 22.8 (10.34) 23.5 (10.66) 26.5 (12.02) 35.8 (16.24) 37.4 (16.96) 39.0 (17.69) 53.0 (24.04) 33.1 (15.01) 42.4 (19.37) 40.3 (18.28) 43.6 (19.78) 53.2 (24.13) 34.0 (15.42) 43.3 (19.64) 44.9 (20.37) 46.5 (21.09) 60.5 (27.44)

500 KV APPLICATIONS EVETS-30-5♦ EVETS-34-5♦ EVETS-40-5♦ EVETS-50-5♦ EVETS-60-5♦ EVETS-30-7♦♦ EVETS-34-7♦♦ EVETS-40-7♦♦ EVETS-50-7♦♦ EVETS-60-7♦♦ Designed for: 3 31/2 4 5 6 3 31/2 4 5 6 5 5 5 5 5 7 7 7 7 7

♦ ± 21/8” expansion, 160 ft. maximum total bus length (both sides). ♦♦ ± 3” expansion, 240 ft. maximum total bus length (both sides).



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EHV SUSPENSION CLEVIS CLEVIS BUS SUPPORT TYPE HVSCCS
ALUMINUM

Corona free suspension bus support 3” IPS AL. Tubular bus to two clevis fittings. Corona-free when installed between two close-coupled insulator strings. Material: Body – 356-T6 Aluminum Alloy Hardware – Stainless Steel Clevis Pins – Galvanized Steel

HVSCCS

2” (50.8)

345 KV LINE-TO-LINE APPLICATIONS
CATALOG NUMBER HVSCCS-30 ALUMINUM CONDUCTOR SIZE IPS 3 DIMENSIONS A 4 (101.6) H 8 (203.2) W 8 (203.2) PIN DIA. 3/4 (19.05) APPROX. WT. EA. LBS. (KG) 17.5 (7.95)



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EHV SUBSTATION BUS SUPPORTS
EHV BUS SUPPORTS TYPE HVSEES
ALUMINUM

HVSEES

Corona free suspension bus support 5” IPS AL. Tubular bus to two pad eyes. Corona-free when installed between two close-coupled insulator strings. Material: Body – 356-T6 Aluminum Alloy Hardware – Stainless Steel
W T

E Dia.

A

H

5/8”-11 Hardware (6 Reqʼd)

B

345 KV LINE-TO-LINE APPLICATIONS
CATALOG NUMBER HVSEES-50 ALUMINUM CONDUCTOR SIZE IPS 5 DIMENSIONS A 45/8 (117.5) B 3 (76.20) E (DIA) 11/16 (17.50) H 91/4 (235.00) W 10 (254.00) T 3/4 (19.05) APPROX. WT. EA. LBS. (KG) 16.3 (7.40)



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EHV SUBSTATION BUS SUPPORTS
EHV TUBULAR BUS TO INSULATOR STRING TYPE EVIS
ALUMINUM

Corona free suspension bus support. Tubular bus to insulator string. Material: Support Body & Cap – 356-T6 Aluminum Alloy Ring – 6061-T6 Aluminum Alloy Socket – Ductile iron (galvanized) Clevis Pin – Galvanized Steel Hardware: Aluminum Alloy Grommet – Neoprene

EVIS

C

A

6” IPS Aluminum Tubular Bus.

D L

5/8”-Dia. Hdwe

B

500 KV LINE-TO-LINE APPLICATIONS
CATALOG NUMBER EVIS-40 EVIS-60 ALUMINUM CONDUCTOR SIZE IPS 4 6 DIMENSIONS A 101/4 (260.35) 1115/16 (303.12) B 87/8 (225.43) 11 (279.40) C 65/8 (168.28) 81/4 (209.55) D 5 (127.0) 6 (152.4) L 19 (482.6) 19 (482.6) APPROX. WT. EA. LBS. (KG) 13.75 (6.24) 18.3 (8.31)



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EHV BOLTED EXPANSION TUBULAR BUS SUPPORT TYPE HVBETS/EVBETSH Connector is designed for a bus temperature range of -20˚F to 160˚F for a maximum total bus length (both sides) of 220 feet. Refer to AEC drawing DC-6536 for installation dimensions at various bus temperatures. Current rating is based on 30˚C rise over 40˚C ambient, indoors, in still, but unconfined air. Add “H” suffix to catalog number for schedule 80 tubing. Materials: Casting – 356-T6 Aluminum Alloy Rings – 6061-T6 Aluminum Alloy Shunts – 1100-0 Aluminum Alloy Ring Mounting Brackets – 6061-T6 Aluminum Alloy Upper Ring Hardware: Aluminum Alloy Lower Ring & Base Mounting Hardware – Galvanized Steel Shunt Clamping Hardware: Aluminum Alloy

ALUMINUM

HVBETS/ EVBETSH

FIELD WELD

30”

JJ DIA.
FACTORY WELD

32” A L K F G K J DIA. END PLUG INSULATOR CAP FACTORY WELD
X
11/4”

Y

B

B

Y

11/4”

X

L ALUMINUM TUBULAR BUS

D BOLT CIRCLE

RINGS & SHUNTS CUT-AWAY FOR CLARITY

45˚
BUS RUN

I DIA.

FACTORY WELD H SLOT

BASE DETAIL

BUS SUPPORT DETAIL FOR ITEMS WITH ASTERISK*

345 KV AND 500 KV LINE-TO-LINE APPLICATIONS
CATALOG NUMBER ALUMINUM CONDUCTOR SIZE IPS BOLT CIRCLE DIA. IN. DIMENSIONS – INCHES (MM) A B C D E F G H I J JJ K L APPROX. WT. EA. LBS(KG) 19.3 (8.76) 21.7 (9.85)

345 KV APPLICATIONS *HVBETS-34-7 31/2 7 113/4 45/8 4 81/2 1/2 4 37/8 13/16 X 1 3/4 5/8 121/32 47/8

500 KV APPLICATIONS *EVBETSH-40-5 4 5 93/8 31/16 41/2 61/4 1/2 41/4 41/4 11/16X7/8 5/8 5/8 23/8 47/8



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EHV DOUBLE MOUNTED TUBULAR BUS SUPPORT TYPE HVT2S/EVT2S Aluminum alloy double mounted tubular bus support, installed between two post insulators, provides a rigid tube fit. The corona free support is used in multi-level tubing runs. May be used with Schedule 40 or Schedule 80 tube. Materials: Castings – 356-T6 Aluminum Alloy Clamping Hardware: Aluminum Alloy Mounting Hardware – Galvanized Steel

ALUMINUM

HVT2S/EVT2S

EQUIPMENT & MOUNTING HARDWARE OMITTED IN THIS VIEW

DIA. BOLT CIRCLE

C

A

5/8”-11 HARDWARE

(4 REQʼD) ALUMINUM TUBULAR BUS (PER TAB)

J (8 reqd)

345 KV AND 500 KV LINE-TO-LINE APPLICATIONS
CATALOG NUMBER ALUMINUM CONDUCTOR SIZE IPS/EHIPS DIMENSIONS – INCHES (MM) A 57/8 (143.93) 81/2 (215.30) 91/2 (241.30) B 23/4 (69.85) 41/2 (114.30) 47/8 (121.54) C 11 (279.40) 12 (304.80) 12 (304.80) BOLT CIRCLE J APPROX. WT. EA. LBS. (KG) 8.9 (4.04) 12.6 (5.72) 13.5 (6.13)

345 KV APPLICATIONS HVT2S-20-5 2” 5 5/8

500 KV APPLICATIONS EVT2S-40-5 EVT2S-50-5 4” 5” 5 5 5/8 5/8



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EHV SUBSTATION STUD CONNECTORS
BRONZE BOLTED STUD CONNECTORS TO FLAT PAD WITH HARDWARE SHIELD TYPE BHVSF Bronze alloy stud connectors are designed for corona free service at 345 KV. Pad mounting hardware is not furnished as part of this catalog number. One aluminum hardware shield is supplied with this catalog number. Hardware must be ordered separately; specify thickness of pad to be clamped when ordering. This connector may be supplied tin plated by adding “TP” to catalog number (example: BHVSF-20-D-12-TP). The bronze body of this connector provides an ideal transition surface to connect an aluminum terminal. Tongue holes have NEMA spacing. Material: Castings – 255 bronze alloy Hardware Shield – 356-T6 aluminum alloy Stud Clamping Hardware – silicon bronze Suffix “-13” denotes 13/8” O.D. washer size in bolt wells.
BW

BRONZE

BHVSF

11/8”

75/16”

33/16”

345 KV LINE-TO-LINE APPLICATIONS
CATALOG NUMBER BHVSF-11-D-12 BHVSF-14-D-12 BHVSF-20-D-12 BHVSF-24-D-12 BHVSF-30-D-12 BHVSF-27-D-0 BHVSF-14-D-12-13 BHVSF-22-D-12-13 STUD DIA IN./THD 11/8 - 12 11/2 - 12 2 - 12 21/2 - 12 3 - 12 27/8 SMOOTH 11/2 - 12 21/4 - 12 DIMENSIONS – INCHES (MM) B 31/2 (88.90) 31/2 (88.90) 4 (101.60) 43/4 (120.65) 5 (127.00) 5 (127.00) 4 (101.60) 41/2 (114.30) W 45/16 (109.54) 41/2 (114.30) 51/4 (133.35) 53/4 (146.05) 63/8 (161.93) 63/8 (161.93) 51/4 (133.35) 51/2 (139.70) BW 11/8 (28.58) 11/8 (28.58) 11/8 (28.58) 11/8 (28.58) 11/8 (28.58) 17/16 (33.46) 17/16 (33.46) 17/16 (33.46) APPROX. WT. EA. LBS. (KG) 13.3 (6.03) 13.8 (6.26) 16.0 (7.26) 17.7 (8.04) 19.1 (8.66) 19.2 (8.72) 13.5 (6.13) 16.9 (7.67)



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BRONZE BOLTED STUD CONNECTORS TO FLAT PAD WITH HARDWARE SHIELD TYPE BHVSD Bronze alloy stud connectors are designed for corona free service at 345 KV. Tongue holes have NEMA spacing with contact surface on both sides. Does not include tongue mounting hardware or bolt shields; these components must be ordered separately. This connector may be supplied tin plated by adding “TP” to catalog number (example: BHVSD-20-D-1-12-TP). The bronze body of this connector provides an ideal transition surface to connect an aluminum terminal on both surfaces. Material: Castings – 255 bronze alloy Stud Clamping Hardware – silicon bronze Add Suffix: “-HS” for one hardware shield, and “-HS2” for two hardware shields.

BRONZE

BHVSD

345 KV LINE-TO-LINE APPLICATIONS
CATALOG NUMBER BHVSD-11-D-1-12 BHVSD-14-D-1-12 BHVSD-20-D-1-12 BHVSD-24-D-1-12 BHVSD-30-D-1-12 STUD DIA IN./THD 11/8-12 1/2-12 2-12 21/2-12 3-12 DIMENSIONS – INCHES (MM) B 35/8 (92.08) 35/8 (92.08) 4 (101.60) 43/4 (120.65) 5 (127.00) W 41/2 (114.30) 41/2 (114.30) 51/4 (133.35) 53/4 (146.05) 63/8 (161.93) L 77/16 (188.91) 77/16 (188.91) 73/4 (196.85) 73/4 (196.85) 81/16 (204.79) APPROX. WT. EA. LBS. (KG) 13.9 (6.31) 13.9 (6.31) 17.6 (7.98) 18.2 (8.26) 20.9 (9.48)



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ALUMINUM EHV BOLTED STUD CONNECTORS TO FLAT PAD WITH HARDWARE SHIELD TYPE HVSF Aluminum alloy stud connectors are designed for corona free service at 345 KV. Stud threads are factory coated with sealant and connectors are individually sealed in plastic bag. Bolt shield is furnished with this catalog item. Pad mounting hardware is not furnished as part of this catalog number and must be ordered separately; specify thickness of pad to be clamped when ordering hardware. Tongue holes have NEMA spacing. Contact sealant is recommended. Material: Castings – 356-T6 aluminum alloy Bolt Shield – 356-T6 aluminum alloy Clamping Hardware – aluminum alloy

ALUMINUM

HVSF

345 KV LINE-TO-LINE APPLICATIONS
CATALOG NUMBER HVSF-11-D-12 HVSF-14-D-12 HVSF-20-D-12 HVSF-24-D-12 HVSF-30-D-12 STUD DIA. IN./THD 11/8-12 11/2-12 2-12 21/2-12 3-12 DIMENSIONS – INCHES (MM) B 31/2 (88.90) 31/2 (88.90) 4 (101.60) 43/4 (120.65) 5 (127.00) W 45/16 (109.54) 41/2 (114.30) 51/4 (133.35) 53/4 (146.05) 63/8 (161.93) APPROX. WT. EA. LBS.(KG) 5.7 (2.59) 5.6 (2.54) 6.4 (2.90) 6.6 (2.99) 6.8 (3.08)



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EHV BIFURCATING STUD CONNECTORS TO TWO FLAT PADS TYPE EVSF2 Aluminum alloy stud to double flat connectors are designed for corona free service at 500 KV. The connectors are designed for use with Type CCL-EHV compression lugs. Stud threads are factory coated with sealant and connectors are individually sealed in plastic bag. Terminal clamping hardware is not furnished as part of this catalog number. This connector is designed to clamp terminal pads of a maximum thickness of 1”. To assure corona free performance, tap terminal must be connected. Tongue holes have NEMA spacing. Contact sealant is recommended. For pads in horizontal plane, add “-90” after stud size in number (Example - EVSF2-20-90-12-18) Material: Castings – 356-T6 aluminum alloy Stud Clamping Hardware – aluminum alloy Note: Contact factory to obtain stud body at special angles.

ALUMINUM

EVSF2

500KV LINE-TO-LINE APPLICATIONS
CATALOG NUMBER EVSF2-14-12-12 EVSF2-14-12-18 EVSF2-20-12-12 EVSF2-20-12-18 EVSF2-30-12-12 EVSF2-30-12-18 STUD DIA. IN./THD 11/2-12 11/2-12 2-12 2-12 3-12 3-12 DIMENSIONS – INCHES (MM) B 12 (304.80) 18 (457.20) 12 (304.80) 18 (457.20) 12 (304.80) 18 (457.20) L 191/8 (485.78) 251/8 (638.18) 191/8 (485.78) 251/8 (638.18) 191/8 (485.78) 251/8 (638.18) APPROX. WT. EA. LBS. (KG) 26.4 (11.98) 28.8 (13.06) 26.0 (11.79) 28.8 (13.06) 27.2 (12.35) 30.1 (13.67)



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EHV TRIFURCATING STUD CONNECTORS TO THREE FLAT PADS TYPE EVSF3
ALUMINUM

EVSF3

Aluminum alloy stud connectors are designed for corona free service at 500 KV. Contact sealant is applied to threads of body and cap before assembly is sealed in plastic bag. This stud connector is designed for use with three terminals having maximum pad thickness of one inch. For appropriate compression terminals, refer to Type CCL-EHV or CCLS-EHV. Compression terminals are not furnished as part of this catalog number and must be ordered separately. Pad holes have NEMA spacing. To obtain stud clamping body in line with pads, omit –90 from catalog number (example: EVSF3-20-12). See Figure 2.
FIGURE 2

Material: Castings – 356-T6 aluminum alloy Stud Clamping Hardware – aluminum alloy

FIGURE 1

500KV LINE-TO-LINE APPLICATIONS
CATALOG NUMBER EVSF3-11-90-12 EVSF3-14-90-12 EVSF3-20-90-12 EVSF3-22-90-12 EVSF3-30-90-12 EVSF3-40MM-90-0 EVSF3-50-90-12 FIGURE NUMBER 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 STUD DIA. IN./THD 11/8-12 11/2-12 2-12 21/4-12 3-12 40MM SMOOTH 5-12 DIMENSIONS – INCHES (MM) A 21/4 (57.15) 23/4 (69.85) 23/4 (69.85) 23/4 (69.85) 3 (76.20) 3 (76.20) 5 (127.00) F 413/16 (122.2) 53/4 (146.1) 53/4 (146.1) 61/4 (158.5) 61/4 (158.5) 613/16 (173) 53/4 (146.1) L 131/2 (342.90) 14 (355.60) 14 (355.60) 157/8 (403.23) 143/4 (374.65) 157/8 (403.23) 171/8 (434.98) B 37/8 (98.4) 43/4 (120.7) 43/4 (120.7) 5 (127) 5 (127) 51/2 (130.7) 43/4 (120.7) APPROX. WT. EA. LBS. (KG) 37.1 (16.84) 38.6 (17.51) 38.4 (17.43) 42.9 (19.48) 46.0 (20.87) 38.9 (17.66) 47.6 (21.61) 31.2 (14.16) 32.6 (14.80) 31.9 (14.48) 34.8 (15.71) 36.0 (16.34) 38.4 (17.43) 32.3 (14.66)

EVSF3-11-12 EVSF3-14-12 EVSF3-20-12 EVSF3-22-12 EVSF3-24-12 EVSF3-30-12 EVSF3-38MM-0

2 2 2 2 2 2 2

11/8 - 12 11/2 - 12 2 - 12 21/4 - 12 21/2 - 12 3 - 12 38MM SMOOTH



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EHV TRIFURCATING STUD CONNECTORS TO THREE FLAT PADS TYPE EVSF3B Bimetallic stud connectors are designed for corona free service at 500 KV. Contact sealant is applied to threads of body and cap before assembly is sealed in plastic bag. This stud connector is designed for use with three terminals having maximum pad thickness of one inch. For appropriate compression terminals, refer to Type CCL-EHV or CCLS-EHV, ordered separately. Pad holes have NEMA spacing. To obtain stud clamping body in line with pads, omit –90 from catalog number (example: EVSF3-2012). See Figure 2. Material: Stud Body & Cap – 255 bronze alloy (electro tin plated) Terminal Body - 356-T6 aluminum alloy Terminal Pads - 6061-T6 aluminum alloy Stud Clamping Hardware - Silicon bronze Connecting Hardware - Stainless steel Note: Conductor centerline spacing will vary between 71/2” and 10” depending on terminals required.
1/2” 11/2”
57/16” 11” 59/16”

ALUMINUM

EVSF3B

9”

41/8” 41/2”

D Hardware

500KV LINE-TO-LINE APPLICATIONS
CATALOG NUMBER EVSF3B-20-12 EVSF3B-30-12 EVSF3B-44-12 EVSF3B-50-12 STUD DIA. IN./THD 2-12 3-12 41/2-12 5-12 DIMENSIONS – INCHES (MM) A 311/16 (93.7) 311/16 (93.7) 511/16 (144.4) 511/16 (144.4) B 3 (76.2) 3 (76.2) 5 (127.0) 5 (127.0) C 613/16 (173.0) 613/16 (173.0) 91/4 (235.0) 91/4 (235.0) D 1/2-13 (12.7) 1/2-13 (12.7) 5/8-11 (15.9) 5/8-11 (15.9) L 11 (279.4) 11 (279.4) 13 (330.0) 13 (330.0) APPROX. WT. EA. LBS. (KG) 55.5 (25.20) 54.9 (24.92) 82.8 (37.59) 81.2 (36.86)



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EHV STUD CONNECTORS STUD TO 4 FLAT PADS TYPE EVSF4 Bronze alloy stud connectors are designed for corona free service at 500 KV. This stud connector is designed for use with four terminals having maximum pad thickness of one inch. For appropriate compression terminals, refer to Type CCL-EHV or CCLS-EHV. Compression terminals are not furnished as part of this catalog number and must be ordered separately. Pad holes have NEMA spacing. Bolt shields not required with this ring-shielded design. Materials: Stud Body – 255 Bronze Alloy (tin plated) Corona Rings – 6061-T6 Aluminum Alloy Stud Clamping Hardware – Silicon Bronze or stainless steel

BRONZE

EVSF4

Terminals shown for cable orientation only

500KV LINE-TO-LINE APPLICATIONS
CATALOG NUMBER EVSF4-20-12 EVSF4-30-12 STUD SIZE 2 - 12 3 - 12 DIMENSIONS IN INCHES A 101/8 (257.18) 111/8 (282.58) B 71/2 (190.50) 73/4 (196.85) C 113/4 (298.45) 12 (304.80) D 25 (635.00) 251/4 (641.01) APPROX. WT. EA. LBS. (KG) 25.0 (11.35) 34.5 (15.66)



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EHV WELDED EXPANSION STUD CONNECTORS FOR TUBE TYPE HVEDST/EVEDST Aluminum alloy weldment expansion stud connectors are designed for corona free service at 345 and 500 KV respectively. Pressure plates are puddle-welded to straps on three (3) sides. Contact surfaces on pressure plates have bonded copper liners. Connector is designed for ± one inch expansion. Specify “H” in catalog number if schedule 80 EHIPS tubing is to be used; example: HVEDSTH. Proper guide ball and laminations will be furnished. Spacing of corona rings is based on use over transformer expansion cap or dome of 17” diameter at 345 KV, or 22” diameter at 500 KV. Contact factory for information on other diameters. Material: Stud Body and Cap – 255 bronze alloy Shunt Body, Flatback and Guided Ball – 356-T6 aluminum alloy Corona Ring – 6061-T6 aluminum alloy Pressure Plates and Ring Brackets – 6061-T6 aluminum alloy Laminated Straps – 1100-0 aluminum alloy Stud Clamping Hardware – stainless steel Tube Clamping and Ring Mounting Hardware – aluminum alloy Guide Mounting Hardware – galvanized steel
Refer to installation chart DC-6788 on page 91 for instructions.

HVEDST/ EVEDST

ALUMINUM

345 KV AND 500 KV LINE-TO-LINE APPLICATIONS
CATALOG NUMBER STUD DIA. IN./THD. ALUMINUM CONDUCTOR SIZE IPS DIMENSIONS – INCHES (MM) A 43/4 (120.65) 43/4 (120.65) 53/8 (136.53) 53/4 (146.05) 43/4 (120.65) 43/4 (120.65) 53/8 (136.53) 53/4 (146.05) 6 (152.40) 61/8 (155.58) 51/4 (133.35) 51/4 (133.35) B 21/2 (63.50) 21/2 (63.50) 23/4 (69.85) 3 (76.20) 21/2 (63.50) 21/2 (63.50) 23/4 (69.85) 3 (76.20) 3 (76.20) 3 (76.20) 3 (76.20) 3 (76.20) F 193/8 (492.13) 193/8 (492.13) 193/8 (492.13) 193/8 (492.13) 193/8 (492.13) 193/8 (492.13) 193/8 (492.13) 193/8 (492.13) 193/8 (492.13) 193/8 (492.13) 193/8 (492.13) 193/8 (492.13) J 1/2 (12.70) 1/2 (12.70) 1/2 (12.70) 1/2 (12.70) 1/2 (12.70) 1/2 (12.70) 1/2 (12.70) 1/2 (12.70) 1/2 (12.70) 1/2 (12.70) 1/2 (12.70) 1/2 (12.70) RING DIA. 30 (762.00) 30 (762.00) 30 (762.00) 30 (762.00) 30 (762.00) 30 (762.00) 30 (762.00) 30 (762.00) 30 (762.00) 30 (762.00) 30 (762.00) 30 (762.00) INSTALLATION CHART LINE NUMBER APPROX. WT. EA. LBS. (KG) 20.1 (9.12) 20.9 (9.48) 22.2 (10.07) 24.4 (11.07) 21.0 (9.53) 21.6 (9.80) 22.6 (10.25) 25.0 (11.34) 28.3 (12.84) 31.2 (14.15) 26.6 (12.07) 27.4 (12.43)

345 KV APPLICATIONS HVEDST-1120-G-12 HVEDST-1124-G-12 HVEDST-1130-G-12 HVEDST-1140-G-12 HVEDST-1420-G-12 HVEDST-1424-G-12 HVEDST-1430-G-12 HVEDST-1440-G-12 HVEDST-1450-G-12 HVEDST-1460-G-12 HVEDST-2020-G-12 HVEDST-2024-G-12 11/8-12 11/8-12 11/8-12 11/8-12 11/2-12 11/2-12 11/2-12 11/2-12 11/2-12 11/2-12 2-12 2-12 2 21/2 3 4 2 21/2 3 4 5 6 2 21/2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 1 1 3 3

For 90˚ stud connectors add “90” to catalog number (example: HVEDST-2020-G-90-12). Refer to Type HVEDST-90 for listing.

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TYPE HVEDST/EVEDST WELDED EXPANSION STUD CONNECTORS FOR TUBE - continued

345 KV AND 500 KV LINE-TO-LINE APPLICATIONS
CATALOG NUMBER STUD DIA. IN./THD. ALUMINUM CONDUCTOR SIZE IPS DIMENSIONS – INCHES (MM) A 57/8 (149.23) 6 (152.40) 53/4 (146.05) 6 (152.40) 61/8 (155.58) 51/4 (133.35) 51/4 (133.35) 53/4 (146.05) 53/4 (146.05) 6 (152.40) 61/8 (155.58) 53/8 (136.53) 53/8 (136.53) 53/8 (136.53) 53/4 (146.05) 53/8 (136.53) 53/4 (146.05) 6 (152.40) 61/8 (155.58) 57/8 (149.23) 53/4 (146.05) 6 (152.40) 61/8 (155.58) 53/4 (146.05) 53/4 (146.05) 6 (152.40) 61/8 (155.58) B 31/4 (82.55) 33/8 (85.73) 3 (76.20) 3 (76.20) 3 (76.20) 3 (76.20) 3 (76.20) 25/8 (66.68) 3 (76.20) 3 (76.20) 3 (76.20) 25/8 (66.68) 25/8 (66.68) 23/4 (69.85) 3 (76.20) 23/4 (69.85) 3 (76.20) 3 (76.20) 3 (76.20) 31/4 (82.55) 3 (76.20) 3 (76.20) 3 (76.20) 25/8 (66.68) 3 (76.20) 3 (76.20) 3 (76.20) F 193/8 (492.13) 193/8 (492.13) 193/8 (492.13) 193/8 (492.13) 193/8 (492.13) 193/8 (492.13) 193/8 (492.13) 193/8 (492.13) 193/8 (492.13) 193/8 (492.13) 193/8 (492.13) 193/8 (492.13) 193/8 (492.13) 221/8 (561.98) 221/8 (561.98) 221/8 (561.98) 221/8 (561.98) 221/8 (561.98) 221/8 (561.98) 221/8 (561.98) 221/8 (561.98) 221/8 (561.98) 221/8 (561.98) 221/8 (561.98) 221/8 (561.98) 221/8 (561.98) 221/8 (561.98) J 1/2 (12.70) 1/2 (12.70) 1/2 (12.70) 1/2 (12.70) 1/2 (12.70) 1/2 (12.70) 1/2 (12.70) 1/2 (12.70) 1/2 (12.70) 1/2 (12.70) 1/2 (12.70) 1/2 (12.70) 1/2 (12.70) 1/2 (12.70) 1/2 (12.70) 1/2 (12.70) 1/2 (12.70) 1/2 (12.70) 1/2 (12.70) 1/2 (12.70) 1/2 (12.70) 1/2 (12.70) 1/2 (12.70) 1/2 (12.70) 1/2 (12.70) 1/2 (12.70) 1/2 (12.70) RING DIA. 30 (762.00) 30 (762.00) 30 (762.00) 30 (762.00) 30 (762.00) 30 (762.00) 30 (762.00) 30 (762.00) 30 (762.00) 30 (762.00) 30 (762.00) 30 (762.00) 30 (762.00) 24 (609.60) 24 (609.60) 24 (609.60) 24 (609.60) 24 (609.60) 24 (609.60) 24 (609.60) 24 (609.60) 24 (609.60) 24 (609.60) 24 (609.60) 24 (609.60) 24 (609.60) 24 (609.60) INSTALLATION CHART LINE NUMBER APPROX. WT. EA. LBS. (KG) 28.1 (12.75) 28.8 (13.06) 29.9 (13.56) 32.4 (14.70) 34.7 (15.74) 26.5 (12.02) 28.0 (12.70) 29.0 (13.15) 30.7 (13.93) 34.3 (15.56) 37.1 (16.83) 32.4 (14.70) 34.8 (15.79) 25.7 (11.66) 27.9 (12.66) 26.1 (11.84) 28.5 (12.93) 31.8 (14.42) 34.7 (15.74) 31.6 (14.33) 33.4 (15.15) 35.9 (16.28) 38.8 (17.60) 32.5 (14.74) 34.2 (15.51) 37.8 (17.15) 40.0 (18.14)

345 KV APPLICATIONS HVEDST-2030-G-12 HVEDST-2034-G-12 HVEDST-2040-G-12 HVEDST-2050-G-12 HVEDST-2060-G-12 HVEDST-2220-G-12 HVEDST-2224-G-12 HVEDST-2230-G-12 HVEDST-2240-G-12 HVEDST-2250-G-12 HVEDST-2260-G-12 HVEDST-3040-G-12 HVEDST-4040-G-10 2-12 2-12 2-12 2-12 2-12 21/4-12 21/4-12 21/4-12 21/4-12 21/4-12 21/4-12 3-12 4-10 3 31/2 4 5 6 2 21/2 3 4 5 6 4 4 3 3 2 1 1 3 3 3 2 1 1 1 1

500 KV APPLICATIONS EVEDST-1130-G-12 EVEDST-1140-G-12 EVEDST-1430-G-12 EVEDST-1440-G-12 EVEDST-1450-G-12 EVEDST-1460-G-12 EVEDST-2030-G-12 EVEDST-2040-G-12 EVEDST-2050-G-12 EVEDST-2060-G-12 EVEDST-2230-G-12 EVEDST-2240-G-12 EVEDST-2250-G-12 EVEDST-2260-G-12 11/8-12 11/8-12 11/2-12 11/2-12 11/2-12 11/2-12 2-12 2-12 2-12 2-12 21/4-12 21/4-12 21/4-12 21/4-12 3 4 3 4 5 6 3 4 5 6 3 4 5 6 2 2 2 2 1 1 3 2 1 1 3 2 1 1

For 90˚ stud connectors add “90” to catalog number (example: HVEDST-2020-G-90-12). Refer to Type HVEDST-90 for listing.



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EHV WELDED 90˚ EXPANSION STUD CONNECTORS FOR TUBE TYPE HVEDST-90 / EVEDST-90 Aluminum alloy weldment expansion stud connectors are the same as Type HVEDST/EVEDST listed on preceding pages, except they mount at 90˚ to the stud. Both are designed for corona free service at 345 and 500 KV respectively. Pressure plates are puddle-welded to straps on three (3) sides. Contact surfaces on pressure plates have bonded copper liners. Connector is designed for ± one inch expansion. Specify “H” in catalog number if schedule 80 EHIPS tubing is to be used; example: WSATHL. Spacing of corona rings is based on use over transformer expansion cap or dome of 17” diameter at 345 KV, or 22” diameter at 500 KV. Contact factory for information on other diameters. Material: Stud Body and Cap – 255 bronze alloy Shunt Body, Flatback and Guide Ball – 356-T6 aluminum alloy Corona Ring – 6061-T6 aluminum alloy Pressure Plates & Ring Brackets – 6061-T6 aluminum alloy Laminated Straps – 1100-0 aluminum alloy Stud Clamping Hardware – stainless steel Tube Clamping and Ring Mounting Hardware – aluminum alloy Guide Mounting Hardware – galvanized steel
Refer to installation chart DC-6790 for instructions.
STUD DIA. IN./ THD. 11/8-12 11/8-12 11/8-12 11/8-12 11/2-12 11/2-12 11/2-12 11/2-12 11/2-12 11/2-12 2-12 2-12 2-12 2-12 2-12 2-12

HVEDST-90/ EVEDST-90

ALUMINUM

345 KV AND 500 KV LINE-TO-LINE APPLICATIONS
ALUMINUM CONDUCTOR SIZE IPS 2 21/2 3 4 2 21/2 3 4 5 6 2 3 3 31/2 4 5 DIMENSIONS – INCHES (MM) A 515/16 (150.81) 515/16 (150.81) 63/16 (157.16) 515/16 (150.81) 63/16 (157.16) 63/16 (157.16) 67/16 (163.51) 63/16 (157.16) 61/16 (153.99) 63/16 (157.16) 53/8 (136.53) 51/4 (133.35) 51/4 (133.35) 53/8 (136.53) 55/8 (142.88) 61/4 (158.75) B 35/8 (92.08) 35/8 (92.08) 35/8 (92.08) 31/4 (82.55) 37/8 (98.43) 37/8 (98.43) 37/8 (98.43) 31/2 (88.90) 31/8 (79.38) 31/8 (79.38) 3 (76.20) 25/8 (66.68) 25/8 (66.68) 3 (76.20) 3 (76.20) 31/4 (82.55) F 233/8 (593.73) 233/8 (593.73) 233/8 (593.73) 233/8 (593.73) 233/8 (593.73) 233/8 (593.73) 233/8 (593.73) 233/8 (593.73) 285/8 (593.73) 285/8 (593.73) 233/8 (593.73) 233/8 (593.73) 233/8 (593.73) 233/8 (593.73) 233/8 (593.73) 285/8 (727.08) J 1/2 (12.70) 1/2 (12.70) 1/2 (12.70) 1/2 (12.70) 1/2 (12.70) 1/2 (12.70) 1/2 (12.70) 1/2 (12.70) 1/2 (12.70) 1/2 (12.70) 1/2 (12.70) 1/2 (12.70) 1/2 (12.70) 1/2 (12.70) 1/2 (12.70) 1/2 (12.70) L 27 (685.80) 27 (685.80) 27 (685.80) 27 (685.80) 27 (685.80) 27 (685.80) 27 (685.80) 27 (685.80) 27 (685.80) 27 (685.80) 27 (685.80) 27 (685.80) 27 (685.80) 27 (685.80) 27 (685.80) 27 (685.80) INSTALLATION CHART LINE NUMBER 4 4 3 2 4 4 3 2 1 1 2 1 1 1 1 1 APPROX. WT. EA. LBS. (KG) 18.6 (8.44) 19.4 (8.80) 20.7 (9.39) 22.9 (10.39) 19.5 (8.85) 20.1 (9.12) 21.1 (9.57) 23.5 (10.66) 26.8 (12.16) 29.7 (13.47) 25.1 (11.39) 26.6 (12.07) 26.6 (12.07) 27.3 (12.38) 28.4 (12.88) 30.9 (14.02)

CATALOG NUMBER HVEDST-1120-G-90-12 HVEDST-1124-G-90-12 HVEDST-1130-G-90-12 HVEDST-1140-G-90-12 HVEDST-1420-G-90-12 HVEDST-1424-G-90-12 HVEDST-1430-G-90-12 HVEDST-1440-G-90-12 HVEDST-1450-G-90-12 HVEDST-1460-G-90-12 HVEDST-2020-G-90-12 HVEDST-2024-G-90-12 HVEDST-2030-G-90-12 HVEDST-2034-G-90-12 HVEDST-2040-G-90-12 HVEDST-2050-G-90-12



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TYPE HVEDST-90/EVEDST-90 WELDED EXPANSION STUD CONNECTORS FOR TUBE – Continued 345 KV AND 500 KV LINE-TO-LINE APPLICATIONS
CATALOG NUMBER STUD DIA. IN./ THD. ALUMINUM CONDUCTOR SIZE IPS DIMENSIONS – INCHES (MM) A 63/8 (161.93) 51/2 (139.70) 51/2 (139.70) 53/8 (136.53) 53/4 (146.05) 63/8 (161.93) 61/2 (165.10) 51/8 (130.18) 63/16 (157.16) 515/16 (150.81) 67/16 (163.51) 63/16 (157.16) 61/16 (153.99) 51/4 (133.35) 55/8 (142.88) 61/4 (158.75) 63/8 (161.93) 53/4 (146.05) B 31/4 (82.55) 31/4 (82.55) 31/4 (82.55) 25/8 (66.68) 3 (82.55) 31/2 (88.90) 33/8 (85.73) 23/8 (60.33) 35/8 (92.08) 31/4 (82.55) 37/8 (98.43) 31/2 (88.90) 31/8 (79.38) 25/8 (66.68) 3 (76.20) 31/4 (82.55) 25/8 (66.68) 3 (76.20) F 285/8 (727.08) 233/8 (593.73) 233/8 (593.73) 233/8 (593.73) 285/8 (727.08) 285/8 (727.08) 285/8 (593.73) 243/8 (619.13) 243/4 (628.65) 243/4 (628.65) 243/4 (628.65) 243/4 (628.65) 243/4 (628.65) 243/4 (628.65) 243/4 (628.65) 243/4 (628.65) 243/4 (628.65) 243/4 (628.65) J 1/2 (12.70) 1/2 (12.70) 1/2 (12.70) 1/2 (12.70) 1/2 (12.70) 1/2 (12.70) 1/2 (12.70) 1/2 (12.70) 1/2 (12.70) 1/2 (12.70) 1/2 (12.70) 1/2 (12.70) 1/2 (12.70) 1/2 (12.70) 1/2 (12.70) 1/2 (12.70) 1/2 (12.70) 1/2 (12.70) L 27 (685.80) 27 (685.80) 27 (685.80) 27 (685.80) 27 (685.80) 27 (685.80) 27 (685.80) 27 (685.80) 31 (787.40) 31 (787.40) 31 (787.40) 31 (787.40) 31 (787.40) 31 (787.40) 31 (787.40) 31 (787.40) 31 (787.40) 31 (787.40) INSTALLATION CHART LINE NUMBER APPROX. WT. EA. LBS. (KG) 33.2 (15.06) 25.0 (11.34) 26.5 (12.02) 27.5 (12.47) 29.2 (13.25) 32.8 (14.88) 35.6 (16.15) 30.9 (14.02) 23.7 (10.75) 25.9 (11.75) 24.1 (10.93) 26.5 (12.02) 29.8 (13.52) 29.6 (13.43) 31.4 (14.24) 33.9 (15.38) 30.5 (13.83) 32.2 (14.61)

345 KV APPLICATIONS HVEDST-2060-G-90-12 HVEDST-2220-G-90-12 HVEDST-2224-G-90-12 HVEDST-2230-G-90-12 HVEDST-2240-G-90-12 HVEDST-2250-G-90-12 HVEDST-2260-G-90-12 HVEDST-3040-G-90-12 2-12 21/4-12 21/4-12 21/4-12 21/4-12 21/4-12 21/4-12 3-12 6 2 21/2 3 4 5 6 4 1 2 2 1 1 1 1 1

500 KV APPLICATIONS EVEDST-1130-G-90-12 EVEDST-1140-G-90-12 EVEDST-1430-G-90-12 EVEDST-1434-G-90-12 EVEDST-1440-G-90-12 EVEDST-1450-G-90-12 EVEDST-2030-G-90-12 EVEDST-2034-G-90-12 EVEDST-2040-G-90-12 EVEDST-2050-G-90-12 EVEDST-2230-G-90-12 EVEDST-2240-G-90-12 2-12 2-12 21/4-12 21/4-12 4 5 3 4 1 1 1 1 11/2-12 11/2-12 2-12 4 5 3 2 1 1 11/8-12 11/8-12 11/2-12 3 4 3 3 2 3



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EHV BOLTED END BELLS FOR TUBE TYPE HVTEB/EVTEB
ALUMINUM

Aluminum alloy tubular end bells are corona free at 345 and 500 KV levels respectively. The spheres are finished free of nicks, burrs and scratches. Material: Sphere – 356-F aluminum alloy Clamping Ring – 356-T6 aluminum alloy Hardware – stainless steel

HVTEB/EVTEB

5/8”-11 Hardware

71/4”

L

Figure 1

Figure 2

345 KV AND 500 KV LINE-TO-LINE APPLICATIONS
CATALOG NUMBER ALUMINUM CONDUCTOR SIZE TUBING IPS/EHIPS FIGURE SPHERE DIAMETER IN. 345 KV APPLICATIONS HVTEB-24 HVTEB-30 HVTEB-34 HVTEB-40 HVTEB-50 HVTEB-60 21/2 3 31/2 4 5 6 1 1 1 1 1 1 77/8 (200.03) 77/8 (200.03) 77/8 (200.03) 77/8 (200.03) 77/8 (200.03) 77/8 (200.03) 500 KV APPLICATIONS EVTEB-30 EVTEB-34 EVTEB-40 EVTEB-40-13 EVTEB-50 EVTEB-60 3 31/2 4 4 5 6 1 1 1 2 1 1 10 (254.00) 10 (254.00) 10 (254.00) 13 (330.20) 10 (254.00) 10 (254.00) 11 (279.40) 1013/16 (274.64) 105/8 (269.88) 151/4 (387.35) 101/4 (260.35) 97/8 (250.83) 8.5 (3.86) 8.5 (3.86) 8.5 (3.86) 17.8 (8.08) 8.5 (3.86) 8.5 (3.86) 87/8 (225.43) 811/16 (220.66) 81/2 (215.90) 85/16 (211.14) 73/4 (196.85) 71/8 (100.98) 5.7 (2.59) 5.7 (2.59) 5.7 (2.59) 5.7 (2.59) 5.7 (2.59) 5.7 (2.59) DIMENSIONS - INCHES (MM) L APPROX. WT. EA. LBS. (KG)



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EHV WELDED END BELLS FOR TUBE WELDED ANGLE COUPLER TYPE HVWTEB/EVWTEB Aluminum alloy tubular end bells are corona free at 345 and 500 KV levels respectively. The spheres are finished free of nicks, burrs and scratches. May be used as variable angle coupler. When used as coupler, specify heat treated, HVTEB-50-HT. Material: Sphere - 356-F aluminum alloy

HVWTEB/ EVWTEB

ALUMINUM

ALUMINUM TUBULAR BUS (SEE TABLE) FOR STRENGTH POSITION BALL SO THAT WHEN THE TAP TUBE IS ATTACHED, IT IS SPACED ACROSS SEAM OF BALL HALVES.

345 KV AND 500 KV LINE-TO-LINE APPLICATIONS
CATALOG NUMBER ALUMINUM CONDUCTOR SIZE TUBING IPS/EHIPS SPHERE DIAMETER IN. 77/8 (200.03) 77/8 (200.03) 77/8 (200.03) 77/8 (200.03) 77/8 (200.03) 77/8 (200.03) 77/8 (200.03) 500 KV APPLICATIONS EVWTEB-30 EVWTEB-34 EBWTEB-40 EVWTEB-50 EVWTEB-50-13 EVWTEB-60 3 31/2 4 5 5 6 10 (254.00) 10 (254.00) 10 (254.00) 10 (254.00) 13 (330.20) 10 (254.00) 6.3 (2.86) 6.3 (2.86) 6.3 (2.86) 6.3 (2.86) 13.3 (6.04) 6.3 (2.86) APPROX. WT. EA. LBS. (KG) 3.8 (1.72) 3.8 (1.72) 3.8 (1.72) 3.8 (1.72) 3.8 (1.72) 3.8 (1.72) 3.8 (1.72)

345 KV APPLICATIONS HVWTEB-20 HVWTEB-24 HVWTEB-30 HVWTEB-34 HVWTEB-40 HVWTEB-50 HVWTEB-60 2 21/2 3 31/2 4 5 6



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EHV BOLTED GROUNDING STUDS FOR TUBE TYPE EVTGS
ALUMINUM

Aluminum alloy grounding studs are designed for corona free service at 345 and 500 KV. This assembly is finished free of nicks, burrs and scratches. Contact sealant is recommended. Material: Connector - 356-T6 aluminum alloy Corona Ball - 356-F aluminum alloy Clamping Hardware - aluminum alloy

EVTGS

500 KV LINE-TO-LINE APPLICATIONS
CATALOG NUMBER ALUMINUM CONDUCTOR SIZE IPS/EHIPS DIMENSIONS - INCHES (MM) C 171/4 (438.15) 171/2 (444.50) 18 (457.20) 18 (457.20) 181/16 (458.79) 185/8 (473.08) 191/8 (484.19) W 61/8 (155.58) 65/8 (168.28) 71/4 (184.15) 73/4 (196.85) 81/2 (215.90) 91/2 (241.30) 103/8 (263.53) J 5/8 (15.88) 5/8 (15.88) 5/8 (15.88) 5/8 (15.88) 5/8 (15.88) 5/8 (15.88) 5/8 (15.88) APPROX. WT. EA. LBS. (KG) 3.9 (1.77) 4.2 (1.91) 4.6 (2.09) 5.6 (2.54) 8.1 (3.67) 8.5 (3.86) 9.1 (4.13)

500 KV APPLICATIONS *EVTGS-20 EVTGS-24 EVTGS-30 EVTGS-34 EVTGS-40 EVTGS-50 EVTGS-60 2 21/2 3 31/2 4 5 6

*Conductor smaller than 21/2” IPS may not be corona free at 500 KV.



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EHV BOLTED GROUNDING STUDS FOR CABLE TYPE HVCGS
ALUMINUM

HVCGS

Aluminum alloy grounding studs are designed for corona free service at 345 KV. Single cable diameter under 1.76 inch for 345 KV may not be corona free unless conductors are bundled. Contact sealant is recommended. Material: Connector - 356-T6 aluminum alloy Clamping Hardware - aluminum alloy

77/8” Sphere

345 KV LINE-TO-LINE APPLICATIONS
CATALOG NUMBER HVCGS-1028 HVCGS-1108 HVCGS-1196 HVCGS-1300 HVCGS-1379 HVCGS-1382 HVCGS-1545 HVCGS-1762 HVCGS-1824 HVCGS-1912 HVCGS-1996 ALUMINUM CONDUCTOR SIZE CABLE 795 MCM ALUM. 795 MCM (26/7) ACSR 954 MCM (59/7) ACSR 1.200 – 1.300 1431 MCM ALUM. 1272 (54/19) ACSR 1590 (54/19) ACSR 2156 (84/19) ACSR 2500 MCM ALUM. 2750 MCM ALUM. 3000 MCM ALUM. DIA. IN. 1.028 1.108 1.196 – 1.379 1.382 1.545 1.762 1.824 1.912 1.996 A 4 (101.60) 4 (101.60) 4 (101.60) 4 (101.60) 4 (101.60) 4 (101.60) 6 (152.40) 6 (152.40) 6 (152.40) 6 (152.40) 6 (152.40) DIMENSIONS - INCHES (MM) C 1311/16 (347.66) 1311/16 (347.66) 1313/16 (350.84) 133/4 (349.25) 133/4 (349.25) 133/4 (349.25) 143/16 (360.36) 143/16 (360.36) 143/16 (360.36) 143/16 (360.36) 143/16 (360.36) W 41/4 (107.95) 41/4 (107.95) 47/16 (112.71) 45/8 (117.48) 45/8 (117.48) 45/8 (117.48) 51/4 (133.35) 51/4 (133.35) 51/4 (133.35) 51/4 (133.35) 51/4 (133.35) NUMBER OF BOLTS 4 4 4 4 4 4 6 6 6 6 6 APPROX. WT. EA. LBS. (KG) 9.2 (4.18) 9.2 (4.18) 9.3 (4.22) 9.6 (4.35) 9.6 (4.35) 9.6 (4.35) 12.8 (5.81) 12.8 (5.81) 12.8 (5.81) 12.8 (5.81) 12.8 (5.81)

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EHV TUBE TERMINAL WELDED END PLUG-EYE TYPE WEPE Terminate a tubing run to insulator with 5/8” clevis pin. Corona free performance of this item is dependent upon the use of grading rings on the insulators. Material: 356-T6 Aluminum Alloy
ALUMINUM

WEPE

345 KV LINE-TO-LINE APPLICATIONS
CATALOG NUMBER WEPE-24 WEPE-40 DIMENSIONS - INCHES BUS SIZE 21/2” IPS 4” IPS A 431/32 53/4 B 11/2 21/4 C 315/32 31/2 D 27/8 41/2 APPROX. WT. EA. LBS. (KG) .9 (.41) 2.7 (1.23)



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EHV TUBE TERMINAL WELDED SPADE PLUG TYPE EVSP
ALUMINUM

EVSP

Welded terminal for tubing run, spade plug allows support of tube by insulator with 7/8” pin, or attachment of other equipment to the eye. Corona free performance of the eye is dependent on the use of grading rings on the insulators or equipment attached to the eye. Material: 356-T6 Aluminum Alloy

B

C

A/2 A

A/2

13/16”

500KV LINE-TO-LINE APPLICATIONS
CATALOG NUMBER EVSP-40 DIMENSIONS - INCHES BUS SIZE 4 A 6 (152.4) B 4 (101.6) C 511/16 (144.48) DIA. 14/16 (23.83) APPROX. WT. EA. LBS. (KG) 4.9 (2.22)



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EHV GROUNDING STUD FLAT PAD TO GROUNDING STUD WITH CORONA BALL TYPE AFGS Aluminum ground stud allows attachment to a switch pad for grounding or hotline applications. 230 KV Corona free switch grounding stud. Material - 356-T6 Aluminum Alloy
C T

ALUMINUM

AFGS

B

W

A

Figure 1

C B T

W

C T

Figure 2
B

W

A

Figure 3

230KV LINE-TO-LINE APPLICATIONS
CATALOG NUMBER AFGS-B AFGS-B45 AFGS-C DIMENSIONS - INCHES PAD FIG. 1 2 3 A 12 (304.8) 123/4 (317.5) 12 (304.8) B 2 (50.8) 3 (76.2) 2 (50.8) C 3/4 (19.05) 1 (25.4) 3/4 (19.05) W 11/2 13/4 3 T 3/8 (9.53) 1/2 (12.7) 3/8 (9.53) APPROX. WT. EA. LBS. (KG) .9 (.41) 2.2 (1.00) 1.3 (.59)



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EHV WELDED GROUNDING STUDS FOR TUBE TYPE EVWTGSR
ALUMINUM

EVWTGSR

Aluminum alloy, range-taking, tubular grounding studs are designed for corona free service at 345 and 500 KV. The EVWTGSR is finished free of nicks, burrs and scratches. Material: Connector – 356-T6 aluminum alloy Ball – 356-T6 aluminum alloy

345 KV AND 500 KV LINE-TO-LINE APPLICATIONS
CATALOG NUMBER *EVWTGSR-20-34 EVWTGSR-40-60 ALUMINUM CONDUCTOR SIZE TUBING IPS/EHIPS 2-31/2 4-6 DIMENSIONS – INCHES (MM) W 11/8 (28.58) 11/8 (28.58) C 413/16 (376.24) 413/16 (376.24) APPROX. WT. EA. LBS. (KG) 4.6 (2.09) 4.8 (2.18)

*Conductor smaller than 2 1/2” IPS may not be corona free at 500 KV.



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EHV BOLTED CONDUCTOR SPACERS TYPE HVS2C/EVS2C
ALUMINUM

Aluminum alloy spacers for two cables are designed for corona free service at 345 and 500 KV respectively. The grooves are fully rounded at entry to prevent conductor damage. Cable spacing other than shown may be ordered by changing catalog number suffix (example: HVS2C-1108-16 for 1.108 diameter cable at 16” center line to center line). Not for use on overhead transmission lines. Material: Caps – 356-T6 aluminum alloy Cross Braces – 6061-T6 aluminum alloy Bolts, Nuts and Lockwashers – aluminum alloy Hardware Retaining Grommet – neoprene

HVS2C/EVS2C

1/2”

345 KV AND 500 KV LINE-TO-LINE APPLICATIONS
CATALOG NUMBER ALUMINUM CONDUCTOR RANGE DIAMETER IN. AAC (MIN.-MAX.) ACSR (MIN.-MAX.) DIM – IN (MM) C 8 (203.2) 12 (304.8) 18 (457.2) 8 (203.2) 12 (304.8) 13 (330.2) 18 (457.2) 12 (304.8) 8 (203.2) 12 (304.8) 18 (457.2) 8 (203.2) 12 (304.8) 18 (457.2) APPROX. WT. EA. LBS. (KG) 2.8 (1.26) 3.0 (1.36) 3.3 (1.49) 3.5 (1.61) 3.7 (1.68) 3.8 (1.75) 4.0 (1.81) 3.8 (1.72) 3.6 (1.66) 3.8 (1.72) 4.2 (1.93) 3.7 (1.68) 3.9 (1.77) 4.3 (1.98)

345 KV APPLICATIONS HVS2C-1036-8 HVS2C-1036-12 HVS2C-1036-18 HVS2C-1108-8 HVS2C-1108-12 HVS2C-1108-13 HVS2C-1108-18 HVS2C-1162-12 HVS2C-1196-8 HVS2C-1196-12 HVS2C-1196-18 HVS2C-1246-8 HVS2C-1246-12 HVS2C-1246-18 1.019 – 1.036 1.019 – 1.036 1.019 – 1.036 1.070 – 1.108 1.070 – 1.108 1.070 – 1.108 1.070 – 1.108 1.124 – 1.162 1.165 – 1.196 1.165 – 1.196 1.165 – 1.196 1.209 – 1.263 1.209 – 1.263 1.209 – 1.263 795 (37 Str.) – 800 (61 Str.) 795 (37 Str.) – 800 (61 Str.) 795 (37 Str.) – 800 (61 Str.) 874.5 (37 Str.) – 900 (61 Str.) 874.5 (37 Str.) – 900 (61 Str.) 874.5 (37 Str.) – 900 (61 Str.) 874.5 (37 Str.) – 900 (61 Str.) 954 (37 Str.) – 1000 (61 Str.) 1033.5 (37 Str.) – 1033.5 (61 Str.) 1033.5 (37 Str.) – 1033.5 (61 Str.) 1033.5 (37 Str.) – 1033.5 (61 Str.) 1100 (91 Str.) – 1200 (91 Str.) 1100 (91 Str.) – 1200 (91 Str.) 1100 (91 Str.) – 1200 (91 Str.) 636 30/19 – 715.5 54/7 636 30/19 – 715.5 54/7 636 30/19 – 715.5 54/7 715.5 30/19 – 795 54/7 715.5 30/19 – 795 54/7 715.5 30/19 – 795 54/7 715.5 30/19 – 795 54/7 900 45/7 – 900 54/7 954 45/7 – 954 54/7 954 45/7 – 954 54/7 954 45/7 – 954 54/7 1033.5 45/7 – 1113 45/7 1033.5 45/7 – 1113 45/7 1033.5 45/7 – 1113 45/7



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EHV BOLTED CONDUCTOR SPACERS TYPE HVS2C/EVS2C (Continued) 345 KV AND 500 KV LINE-TO-LINE APPLICATIONS
CATALOG NUMBER HVS2C-1299-8 HVS2C-1299-12 HVS2C-1299-18 HVS2C-1382-8 HVS2C-1382-12 HVS2C-1382-13 HVS2C-1382-18 HVS2C-1465-8 HVS2C-1465-9 HVS2C-1465-10 HVS2C-1465-12 HVS2C-1465-16 HVS2C-1465-18 HVS2C-1502-12 HVS2C-1545-8 HVS2C-1545-12 HVS2C-1545-16 HVS2C-1545-18 EVS2C-1108-8 EVS2C-1502-12 EVS2C-1502-18 EVS2C-1650-7 EVS2C-1650-8 EVS2C-1650-12 EVS2C-1650-18 EVS2C-1681-18 EVS2C-1729-12 EVS2C-1729-18 EVS2C-1762-8 EVS2C-1762-12 EVS2C-1762-18 EVS2C-1824-8 EVS2C-1824-9 EVS2C-1824-10 EVS2C-1824-12 EVS2C-1824-13 EVS2C-1824-18 EVS2C-1887-12 EVS2C-1887-18 ALUMINUM CONDUCTOR RANGE DIAMETER IN. 1.258 – 1.300 1.258 – 1.300 1.258 – 1.300 1.345 – 1.385 1.345 – 1.385 1.345 – 1.385 1.345 – 1.385 1.412 – 1.466 1.412 – 1.466 1.412 – 1.466 1.412 – 1.466 1.412 – 1.466 1.412 – 1.466 1.467 – 1.502 1.502 – 1.545 1.502 – 1.545 1.502 – 1.545 1.502 – 1.545 1.070 – 1.108 1.467 – 1.502 1.467 – 1.502 1.602 – 1.650 1.602 – 1.650 1.602 – 1.650 1.602 – 1.650 1.681 1.682 – 1.729 1.682 – 1.729 1.737 – 1.762 1.737 – 1.762 1.717 – 1.762 1.763 – 1.824 1.763 – 1.824 1.763 – 1.824 1.763 – 1.824 1.763 – 1.824 1.763 – 1.824 1.828 – 1.887 1.828 – 1.887 AAC (MIN.-MAX.) 1192 (61 Str.) – 1272 (61 Str.) 1192 (61 Str.) – 1272 (61 Str.) 1192 (61 Str.) – 1272 (61 Str.) 1400 (91 Str.) – 1431 (61 Str.) 1400 (91 Str.) – 1431 (61 Str.) 1400 (91 Str.) – 1431 (61 Str.) 1400 (91 Str.) – 1431 (61 Str.) 1500 (91 Str.) – 1600 (127 Str.) 1500 (91 Str.) – 1600 (127 Str.) 1500 (91 Str.) – 1600 (127 Str.) 1500 (91 Str.) – 1600 (127 Str.) 1500 (91 Str.) – 1600 (127 Str.) 1500 (91 Str.) – 1600 (127 Str.) 1700 (127 Str.) – 1750 (127 Str.) 1700 (127 Str.) – 1750 (127 Str.) 1700 (127 Str.) – 1750 (127 Str.) 1700 (127 Str.) – 1750 (127 Str.) 874.5 (37 Str.) – 900 (61 Str.) 2000 (91 Str.) – 2000 (127 Str.) 2000 (91 Str.) – 2000 (127 Str.) 2000 (91 Str.) – 2000 (127 Str.) 2000 (91 Str.) – 2000 (127 Str.) 2250 (91 Str.) 2250 (91 Str.) 2500 (91 Str.) – 2500 (127 Str.) 2500 (91 Str.) – 2500 (127 Str.) 2500 (91 Str.) – 2500 (127 Str.) 2500 (91 Str.) – 2500 (127 Str.) 2500 (91 Str.) – 2500 (127 Str.) 2500 (91 Str.) – 2500 (127 Str.) ACSR (MIN.-MAX.) 1113 45/7 – 1113 54/19 1113 45/7 – 1113 54/19 1113 45/7 – 1113 54/19 1272 45/7 – 1351.5 45/7 1272 45/7 – 1351.5 45/7 1272 45/7 – 1351.5 45/7 1272 45/7 – 1351.5 45/7 1351 54/19 – 1510 45/7 1351.5 54/19 – 1510 45/7 1351.5 54/19 – 1510 45/7 1351.5 54/19 – 1510 45/7 1351.5 54/19 – 1510 45/7 1351.5 54/19 – 1510 45/7 1510.5 45/7 – 1590 45/7 1590 45/7 – 1590 54/19 1590 45/7 – 1590 54/19 1590 45/7 – 1590 54/19 1590 45/7 – 1590 54/19 715.5 30/19 – 795 54/7 1510.5 45/7 – 1590 45/7 1510.5 45/7 – 1590 45/7 1784 8/19 1784 8/19 1784 8/19 1784 8/19 2034.5 72/7 2167 72/7 – 2156 84/19 2167 72/7 – 2156 84/19 2167 72/7 – 2156 84/19 DIM – IN (MM) C 8 (203.2) 12 (304.8) 18 (457.2) 8 (203.2) 12 (304.8) 13 (330.2) 18 (457.2) 8 (203.2) 9 (228.6) 10 (254.0) 12 (304.8) 16 (406.4) 18 (457.2) 12 (304.8) 8 (203.2) 12 (304.8) 16 (406.4) 18 (457.2) 8 (203.2) 12 (304.8) 18 (457.2) 7 (177.8) 8 (203.2) 12 (304.8) 18 (457.2) 18 (457.2) 12 (304.8) 18 (457.2) 8 (203.2) 12 (304.8) 18 (457.2) 8 (203.2) 9 (228.6) 10 (254.0) 12 (330.2) 13 (304.8) 18 (457.2) 12 (304.8) 18 (457.2) APPROX. WT. EA. LBS. (KG) 3.8 (1.75) 4.0 (1.81) 4.4 (2.00) 3.7 (1.68) 3.9 (1.77) 4.0 (1.81) 4.2 (1.93) 3.6 (1.66) 3.6 (1.66) 3.7 (1.68) 3.8 (1.72) 4.0 (1.81) 4.1 (1.85) 3.9 (1.77) 3.7 (1.68) 3.9 (1.77) 4.1 (1.85) 4.2 (1.93) 3.7 (1.68) 4.0 (1.81) 4.3 (1.98) 3.9 (1.77) 4.0 (1.81) 4.2 (1.93) 4.5 (2.04) 4.5 (2.04) 4.1 (1.85) 4.5 (2.04) 3.9 (1.77) 4.1 (1.85) 4.5 (2.04) 3.8 (1.75) 3.9 (1.77) 3.9 (1.77) 4.0 (1.81) 4.0 (1.81) 4.4 (2.00) 4.4 (2.00) 4.7 (2.13)

345 KV APPLICATION

500 KV APPLICATION



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EHV BOLTED CONDUCTOR SPACERS TYPE EVS3C
ALUMINUM

Aluminum alloy spacers for three cables are designed for corona free service at 500 KV. The cable grooves are fully rounded at entry to prevent conductor damage. Not for use on overhead transmission lines. Material: Casting – 356-T6 aluminum alloy Bolts, Nuts and Lockwashers – aluminum alloy

EVS3C

500 KV LINE-TO-LINE APPLICATIONS
CATALOG NUMBER EVS3C-1196 EVS3C-1246 EVS3C-1299 EVS3C-1382 EVS3C-1465 EVS3C-1650 EVS3C-1762 EVS3C-1824 ALUMINUM CONDUCTOR RANGE DIAMETER IN. 1.165 – 1.196 1.209 – 1.263 1.258 – 1.300 1.345 – 1.385 1.412 – 1.466 1.602 – 1.650 1.737 – 1.762 1.763 – 1.824 AAC 1033.5 (37 Str.) – 1033.5 (61 Str.) 1100 (91 Str.) – 1200 (91 Str.) 1192 (61 Str.) – 1272 (61 Str.) 1400 (91 Str.) – 1431 (61 Str.) 1500 (91 Str.) – 1600 (127 Str.) 2000 (91 Str.) – 2000 (127 Str.) 2500 (91 Str.) – 2500 (127 Str.) ACSR 95445/7 – 95454/7 1033.545/7 – 111345/7 111345/7 – 111354/19 127245/7 – 1351.545/7 1351.5 54/19 – 151045/7 1780 84/19 2167 72/7 – 2156 84/19 APPROX. WT. EA. LBS. (KG) 10.9 (4.94) 10.4 (4.72) 10.4 (4.72) 10.4 (4.72) 10.4 (4.72) 10.5 (4.76) 11.4 (5.17) 11.4 (5.17)



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EHV CABLE SPACER ULTRA HIGH VOLTAGE SPACER FOR FOUR CABLES TYPE UVS4C Aluminum alloy spacers for four cables are designed for corona free service at 800 KV. The cable grooves are fully rounded at entry to prevent conductor damage. Not for use on overhead transmission lines. Material: Casting – 356-T6 aluminum alloy Bolts, Nuts and Lockwashers – aluminum alloy

ALUMINUM

UVS4C

800 KV LINE-TO-LINE APPLICATIONS
CATALOG NUMBER UVS4C-1385-18 CABLE SIZE 1351.5 MCM 45/7 ACSR (1.385” dia.) APPROX. WT. EA. LBS. (KG) 13.4 (6.08)



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EHV CABLE SPACER TERMINALS TYPE HVS2CT/EVS2CT Aluminum alloy spacer terminals are designed for corona free service at 345 and 500 KV respectively. Cable spacing other than shown may be ordered by changing catalog number suffix. (example: HVS2C-1036-18 for 1.036” diameter cable at 18” center line to center line.) For 90˚ terminal pads add suffix –90 to catalog number (example: HVS2CT-1036-12-90). Material: Casting – 356-T6 aluminum alloy Spacer Tube – aluminum alloy Pad – aluminum alloy Bolts, Nuts and Lockwashers – aluminum alloy. Hardware Retaining Grommet – neoprene Note: Extended pad is not corona free unless it is protected by equipment rings or hardware shields. Add “-90” suffix for pad at 90˚ to cable spacer.

HVS2CT/ EVS2CT

ALUMINUM

345 KV AND 500 KV LINE-TO-LINE APPLICATIONS
CATALOG NUMBER ALUMINUM CONDUCTOR RANGE DIAMETER IN. AAC (MIN.-MAX.) ACSR (MIN.-MAX.) DIM – IN (MM) C 18 (457.2) 8 (203.2) 12 (304.8) 13 (330.2) 8 (203.2) 12 (304.8) 13 (330.2) 18 (457.2) 12 (304.8) 18 (457.2) APPROX. WT. EA. LBS. (KG) 4.2 (1.89) 4.4 (2.00) 4.6 (2.07) 4.7 (2.13) 5.1 (2.30) 5.3 (2.39) 5.6 (2.52) 5.4 (2.43) 5.4 (2.43) 5.2 (2.34)

345 KV APPLICATIONS HVS2CT-858-18 HVS2CT-1036-8 HVS2CT-1036-12 HVS2CT-1036-13 HVS2CT-1108-8 HVS2CT-1108-12 HVS2CT-1108-13 HVS2CT-1108-18 HVS2CT-1162-12 HVS2CT-1162-18 .858 1.019 – 1.036 1.019 – 1.036 1.019 – 1.036 1.070 – 1.108 1.070 – 1.108 1.070 – 1.108 1.070 – 1.108 1.124 – 1.162 1.124 – 1.162 Not corona free 795 (37 Str.) – 800 (61 Str.) 795 (37 Str.) – 800 (61 Str.) 795 (37 Str.) – 800 (61 Str.) 874.5 (37 Str.) – 900 (61 Str.) 874.5 (37 Str.) – 900 (61 Str.) 874.5 (37 Str.) – 900 (61 Str.) 874.5 (37 Str.) – 900 (61 Str.) 954 (37 Str.) – 1000 (61 Str.) 954 (37 Str.) – 1000 (61 Str.) Not corona free 636 30/19 – 715.5 54/7 636 30/19 – 715.5 54/7 636 30/19 – 715.5 54/7 715.5 30/19 – 795 54/7 715.5 30/19 – 795 54/7 715.5 30/19 – 795 54/7 715.5 30/19 – 795 54/7 900 45/7 – 900 54/7 900 45/7 – 900 54/7



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EHV CABLE SPACER TERMINALS TYPE HVS2CT/EVS2CT (Continued) 345 KV AND 500 KV LINE-TO-LINE APPLICATIONS
CATALOG NUMBER ALUMINUM CONDUCTOR RANGE DIAMETER IN. AAC (MIN.-MAX.) ACSR (MIN.-MAX.) DIM – IN (MM) C 8 (203.2) 12 (304.8) 18 (457.2) 8 (203.2) 12 (304.8) 8 (203.2) 12 (304.8) 12 (304.8) 10 (254.0) 12 (304.8) 18 (457.2) 12 (304.8) 18 (457.2) 18 (457.2) 12 (304.8) 18 (457.2) 18 (457.2) 12 (304.8) 18 (457.2) 12 (330.2) 18 (457.2) 12 (330.2) 18 (457.2) APPROX. WT. EA. LBS. (KG) 5.7 (2.57) 5.4 (2.43) 5.7 (2.57) 5.5 (2.48) 5.3 (2.39) 5.4 (2.43) 5.6 (2.52) 5.5 (2.48) 5.3 (2.39) 5.4 (2.43) 5.7 (2.57) 5.5 (2.48) 5.7 (2.57) 5.6 (2.52) 5.9 (2.66) 6.1 (2.75) 6.0 (2.70) 5.7 (2.57) 6.0 (2.70) 5.6 (2.52) 6.0 (2.70) 5.6 (2.52) 6.3 (2.84)

345 KV APPLICATIONS HVS2CT-1196-8 HVS2CT-1196-12 HVS2CT-1196-18 HVS2CT-1246-8 HVS2CT-1246-12 HVS2CT-1299-8 HVS2CT-1299-12 HVS2CT-1382-12 HVS2CT-1465-10 HVS2CT-1465-12 HVS2CT-1465-18 HVS2CT-1545-12 HVS2CT-1545-18 1.165 – 1.196 1.165 – 1.196 1.165 – 1.196 1.209 – 1.263 1.209 – 1.263 1.258 – 1.300 1.258 – 1.300 1.345 – 1.385 1.412 – 1.466 1.412 – 1.466 1.412 – 1.466 1.502 – 1.545 1.502 – 1.545 1033.5 (Str.) – 1033.5 (Str.) 1033.5 (Str.) – 1033.5 (Str.) 103.35 (Str.) – 1033.5 (Str.) 1100 (91 Str.) – 1200 (91 Str.) 1100 (91 Str.) – 1200 (91 Str.) 1192 (61 Str.) – 1272 (61 Str.) 1192 (61 Str.) – 1272 (61 Str.) 1400 (91 Str.) – 1431 (61 Str.) 1500 (91 Str.) – 1600 (127 Str.) 1500 (91 Str.) – 1600 (127 Str.) 1500 (91 Str.) – 1600 (127 Str.) 1700 (127 Str.) – 1750 (127 Str.) 1700 (127 Str.) – 1750(127 Str.) 954 45/7 – 954 54/7 954 45/7 – 954 54/7 954 45/7 – 954 54/7 1033.5 45/7 – 1113 45/7 1033.5 45/7 – 1113 45/7 1113 45/7 – 1113 54/19 1113 45/7 – 1113 54/19 1272 45/7 – 1351.5 45/7 1351.5 54/19 – 1510 45/7 1351.5 54/19 – 1510 45/7 1351.5 54/19 – 1510 45/7 1590 45/7 – 1590 54/19 1590 45/7 – 1590 54/19

500 KV APPLICATION EVS2CT-1108-18 EVS2CT-1650-12 EVS2CT-1650-18 EVS2CT-1729-18 EVS2CT-1762-12 EVS2CT-1762-18 EVS2CT-1824-12 EVS2CT-1824-18 EVS2CT-1887-12 EVS2CT-1887-18 1.070 – 1.108 1.602 – 1.650 1.602 – 1.650 1.682 – 1.729 1.737 – 1.762 1.737 – 1.762 1.763 – 1.824 1.763 – 1.824 1.828 – 1.887 1.828 – 1.887 874.5 (37 Str.) – 900 (61 Str.) 2000 (91 Str.) – 2000 (127 Str.) 2000 (91 Str.) – 2000 (127 Str.) 2250 (91 Str.) 2500 (91 Str.) – 2500 (127 Str.) 2500 (91 Str.) – 2500 (127 Str.) 715.5 30/19 – 795 54/7 1784 8/19 1784 8/19 2167 72/7 – 2156 84/19 2167 72/7 – 2156 84/19 -



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EHV PARALLEL CONNECTORS TYPE HVPC/EVPC
ALUMINUM

Aluminum alloy parallel connectors are designed for corona free service at 345 and 500 KV respectively. Single cable diameter under 1.76 inch for 345 KV and 2.5 inch diameter for 500 KV may not be corona free unless conductors are bundled. Contact sealant is recommended. Material: Casting – 356-T6 aluminum alloy Clamping Hardware – aluminum alloy Hardware Retaining Grommet – neoprene

HVPC/EVPC

345 KV AND 500 KV LINE-TO-LINE APPLICATIONS
CATALOG NUMBER ALUMINUM CONDUCTOR RANGE (MAIN & TAP) DIA. IN. AAC 795 (37 Str./ 61 Str.) – 1272 (61 Str.) – ACSR B 21/4 (57.15) 21/4 (57.15) 21/4 (57.15) 21/4 (57.15) 213/16 (71.44) 213/16 (71.44) 213/16 (71.44) 213/16 (71.44) 213/16 (71.44) 213/16 (71.44) 2034.5 72/7 2156 84/19 2312 76/19 213/16 (71.44) 213/16 (71.44) 213/16 (71.44) 31/8 (79.38) 31/8 (79.38) 35/16 (84.14) DIMENSIONS – INCHES (MM) L 53/4 (146.05) 53/4 (146.05) 53/4 (146.05) 53/4 (146.05) 10 (254.00) 10 (254.00) 10 (254.00) 10 (254.00) 10 (254.00) 10 (254.00) 10 (254.00) 10 (254.00) 10 (254.00) 10 (254.00) 10 (254.00) 10 (254.00) A 37/8 (98.43) 37/8 (98.43) 37/8 (98.43) 37/8 (98.43) 71/2 (190.50) 71/2 (190.50) 71/2 (190.50) 71/2 (190.50) 71/2 (190.50) 71/2 (190.50) 71/2 (190.50) 71/2 (190.50) 71/2 (190.50) 71/2 (190.50) 71/2 (190.50) 71/2 (190.50) J 5/8 (15.88) 5/8 (15.88) 5/8 (15.88) 5/8 (15.88) 5/8 (15.88) 5/8 (15.88) 5/8 (15.88) 5/8 (15.88) 5/8 (15.88) 5/8 (15.88) 5/8 (15.88) 5/8 (15.88) 5/8 (15.88) 5/8 (15.88) 5/8 (15.88) 5/8 (15.88) NUMBER OF BOLTS APPROX. WT. EA. LBS. (KG) 4.0 (1.81) 4.0 (1.81) 4.0 (1.81) 4.0 (1.81) 8.7 (3.95) 8.7 (3.95) 8.7 (3.95) 8.7 (3.95) 8.7 (3.95) 8.7 (3.95) 8.7 (3.95) 8.7 (3.95) 8.7 (3.95) 9.0 (4.09) 9.0 (4.09) 9.0 (4.09)

345 KV LINE-TO-LINE APPLICATIONS HVPC-1036-1036 HVPC-1108-1108 HVPC-1300-1300 HVPC-1382-1382 1.036 1.108 1.300 1.382 715.5 54/7 795 26/7 1272 54/19 2 2 2 2

500 KV LINE-TO-LINE APPLICATIONS EVPC-1196-1196 EVPC-1259-1259 EVPC-1382-1382 EVPC-1465-1465 EVPC-1545-1545 EVPC-1632-1632 EVPC-1681-1681 EVPC-1762-1762 EVPC-1802-1802 EVPC-1824-1824 EVPC-1996-1996 EVPC-2160-2160 1.196 1.259 1.382 1.465 1.545 1.632 1.681 1.762 1.802 1.824 1.996 2.160 – – – – – 2000 (91 Str.) – – – 2500 (127 Str.) 3000 (127 Str.) 3500 (127 Str.) 954 54/7 1113 45/7 1272 54/7 1431 54/19 1590 54/19 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4

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EHV HARDWARE SHIELDS TYPE EVHS
ALUMINUM

EVHS

Aluminum alloy hardware shields for flat pad are designed for corona free service at 500 KV. The EVHS is a cast, one piece shield for easy installation. The EVHS-D may also be used to shield a 3 inch by 3 inch contact pad, providing adequate clearance is allowed. The catalog numbers provide one shield only without hardware. Material: Shield – 356-T6 aluminum alloy EVHS-D-CU & -TP – Bronze alloy
BW

BW

A A

L

L

T W H

Figure 1
A BW

W

H

Figure 3
BW

L

L

W

H

T

1-1/4

1-1/4 1-1/4

1-1/4

A

W

Figure 2

Figure 4

500 KV LINE-TO-LINE APPLICATIONS
CATALOG NUMBER EVHS-D EVHS-D-CU EVHS-D-CU-TP EVHS-D-BW-15 EVHS-N EVHS-K FIG 1 1 1 2 3 4 A HOLE DIA. 9/16” 9/16” 9/16” 9/16” 9/16” 11/16” PAD APPLICATIONS 4” x 4” (101.60) 4” X 4” (101.60) 4” x 4” (101.60) 4” X 4” (101.60) 4” X 6” (101.6 x 152.4) 5” x 5” (127) H 11/2 (38.1) 11/2 (38.1) 11/2 (38.1) 2 (50.8) 11/2 (38.1) 111/16 (42.93) BOLT WELL DIA 11/8 11/8 11/8 111/16 11/8 13/8 W 4 (101.60) 4 (101.60) 4 (101.60) 55/8 (142.88) 4 (101.60) 5 (127.00) T 1/4 (6.35) 1/4 (6.35) 1/4 (6.35) 3/8 1/4 (6.35) 1/4 (6.35) L 4 (101.60) 4 (101.60) 4 (101.60) 55/8 (142.88) 6 (152.40) 5 (127.00) APPROX. WT. EA. LBS. (KG) .9 (.41) 3.0 (1.36) 3.0 (1.36) 2.8 (1.27) 1.4 (.64) 1.9 (.86)



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EHV HARDWARE SHIELDS TYPE HVHS-90-D
ALUMINUM

Aluminum alloy 90˚ hardware shield for flat pads are designed for corona free service at 345 KV. The HVHS-90-D is a cast, one piece shield for easy installation. This shield is used to shield hardware and provide protection to a 90˚ flat connection. The catalog numbers provide one shield only without hardware. Normally used in sets of two (2). Material: Shield–356-T6 aluminum alloy Note: Maximum washer clearance is 11/4”.
1/2” DIA. HARDWARE

HVHS-90-D

513/16”

11/8”

13/4”

4”

1/4”

11/8” 4”

13/4”

21/32”

513/16”

345 KV LINE-TO-LINE APPLICATIONS
CATALOG NUMBER HVHS-90-D PAD APPLICATION 4” x 4” (101.60) APPROX. WT. EA. LBS. (KG) 1.2 (.54)



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EHV EXTENSION PAD TYPE EVEF-D
ALUMINUM

EVEF-D

Aluminum alloy extension pad is designed for corona free service at 500 KV. This connector can be used in conjunction with Type EVETF terminal connector where additional pad clearance is required. Contact sealant is recommended. Material: Shield – 356-T6 aluminum alloy Note: To assure corona free operation of extension terminal, bolts must be inserted from extension terminal side and nuts on equipment pads must be protected by equipment or hardware shields (see Type EVHS-D).

15/16” DIA BOLT WELL

500KV LINE-TO-LINE APPLICATIONS
DIMENSIONS IN INCHES CATALOG NUMBER EVEF-D PAD APPLICATION 4” x 4” Each End (101.60) A 3 (76.20) B 11/2 (38.10) APPROX. WT. EA. LBS. (KG) 4.7 (2.13)



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CONVENTIONAL COMPRESSION TOOL AND DIE INFORMATION FOR TYPE CCL-EHV
BURNDY TOOLS, DIES & NUMBER OF CRIMPS KEARNEY TOOLS, DIES & NO. OF CRIMPS Y60B DIES
L243 L249 F251 F490 F316 3 3 5 3 C608 C39AR C292 C44AR C319 C575 3 4 3 4 3 4 F327 F317 F34AR F261 F608 F39AR F292 F44AR F319 F422 F575 F46AR 3 2 3 3 5 3 3 4 3 4 3 4 4 4 L251 L490 L316 L327 L317 L261 L608 L724 L39ART L292 L44ART L319 L422 L575

ALCOA TOOLS, DIES & NUMBER OF CRIMPS DIE SIZE CR.
5/8 .840 1.000 11/8 15/16

DIE REFERENCE CHART CC-4872

DIE REF. INDEX
243 249 251 490-547 316 327 317-426 300 318-261 608 301 292-578 302 319 422 575 478 U608* 7 U261* 7 C261 U327 U317 U34ART 7 7 10 C327 C317 C34AR A316 6 U316 6 C316 2 A490 6 U490 6 C490 3 A251 6 U251 6 C251 3 A249 4 U249 4 C249 2 A243 3 U243 3 C243 2

Y34A DIES CR. DIES CR. DIES CR. DIES CR.

Y35

Y48B

Y486RB

WH-1 DIES
18865 18868 26565 20636

WH-2 CR.
7 7 4 6 36476 36465 36463 40424 7 4 5 7

PH-60 DIES CR. DIES CR.

12A, 12HA DIES
B73AH B74AH B75AH B76AH

B CR.
2 2 3 4 75A

60A DIES

F1,H,H2,H2H

CR.

DIES

CR.

DIES

CR.

.840 1.000 1.125 1.312

2

6020AH K6024AH 2

2

4420AH

2

1.500

6024

3

4424

2

6024AH K6027AH 2

3

4424AH

2

1.625 1.843 2.125 2.375 2.937

6026

3

4426

2

6027AH K6030AH K6034AH K6036AH 2 4 4

3

4427AH

2

6028

3

4428

2

6030AH

3

4430AH

2

6034AH

4

4429

3

4434AH

4

6031

4

4431

3

6036AH

4

4436AH

4

C2655-3 4448AH

3 4

NOTES: 1. The recommended number of crimps per connector is shown following each die number. 2. It is recommended that a light coat of lubricant (such as Anderson’s #155 Grease) be applied to the crimping face of the dies. 3. Crimps should start from the inside working outward with the last crimp extending past the end of the connector. * For use on aluminum connectors, ONLY.



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DIE REFERENCE CHART C-13282

CONVENTIONAL COMPRESSION TOOL AND DIE INFORMATION FOR TYPE CCLS-EHV BURNDY TOOLS & DIES DIE REF. 1.625 1.844 2.062 2.375 2.625 2.750 INDEX 301 302 479 478 Y34A 735 748B C39AR C44AR C46AR 7486RB F39AR F44AR F48AR F46AR Y60B L39ART L44ART L48ART L46ART ANDERSON VCTOOLS VC 8 VC 8 ALCOA TOOLS & DIES F1, H, H2, 12A, 12HA 60A H2H 6027AH 4427AH 6030AH 4430AH 6034AH 4434AH 6038AH 4438AH 4442AH 4444AH

Notes: 1. It is recommended that a light coat of lubricant (such as Anderson’s No. 155 grease) be applied to the crimping face of the dies. 2. For Alcoa and Burndy tooling, crimps should start from inside crimp line, work outwards with the crimps overlapped, and the last crimp extending past the end of the connectors. 3. For Anderson VC tooling, crimps should start from inside crimp line, work outwards with the crimps spaced 1/8” aprt, and the last crimp spaced 1/4” from the end of barrel. 4. VC tools not recommended for extra high voltage.



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INSTALLATION CHART DC-9295 FOR TYPES EVKET AND HVWETT/EVWETT

HOW TO USE CHART 1. Determine tubular bus temperature and locate on temperature scale. 2. Using 140 ft. bus length, locate the intersection of the bus length and the temperature reading. 3. Read “I” dimensions setting from this intersection point. 4. Total tubular bus length must not exceed 140 feet.



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INSTALLATION CHART DC-11853 FOR TYPES HVRTE

DC-6750 FOR TYPES HVETF/EVETF

HOW TO USE CHARTS 1. Determine tubular bus temperature and locate on the temperature scale. 2. Using given bus length, locate the intersection of the bus length and the temperature reading. 3. Read “X” dimensions setting from this intersection point.



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INSTALLATION CHART DC-11852 FOR TYPE HVRTS

HOW TO USE CHARTS 1. Determine tubular bus temperature and locate this temperature on the “Temperature Reading For “X” dimension scale. 2. Using given bus length for one side of the connector, locate the intersection of the bus length and the temperature reading. 3. Read “X” dimension setting from this intersection point. 4. Determine “Y” dimension in a similar manner. 5. Determine “Z” dimension from applicable ANDERSON Assembly Dwg. The location of the tube-shunt body from the end of the tube may be determined by adding X + Y + Z. 6. Repeat this procedure for the tubular bus on the other side of the connector.



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INSTALLATION CHART DC-6536 FOR TYPES EVKES, HVETS/EVETS

HOW TO USE CHART 1. Determine tubular bus temperature and locate this temperature on the “Temperature Reading for “X” Dimension” scale. 2. Locate the intersection of the given bus length and the temperature reading. 3. Read “X” dimension setting from this intersection point. 4. Determine “Y” dimension in a similar manner. 5. Determine “Z” dimension from applicable ANDERSON connector assembly. The location of the tube-shunt body from the end of the tube may be determined by adding X + Y + Z. 6. Repeat this procedure for the tubular bus on the other side of the connector. 7. Do not exceed given bus length for each particular bolt circle.



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INSTALLATION CHART DC-6788 FOR TYPES HVEDST/EVEDST



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INSTALLATION CHART DC-6790 FOR TYPES HVEDST-90/EVEDST-90



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WELDING ALUMINUM BUSES AND CONNECTORS
Recommended welding procedures to ensure a sound weld are as follows: Pure aluminum melts at 1220˚F while aluminum alloys melt in the range of 1020˚F depending on the alloy content of the particular metal involved. When aluminum alloys are heated there is no color change. This makes it difficult, if not impossible, to tell if the metal is near the welding temperature. The ever present surface oxide films on aluminum have a melting point of 3600˚F. The parent aluminum or aluminum alloy can therefore be melted without fusing the surface oxides. Unless the film is removed, cleanliness of the molten filler metal and the parent metal cannot be complete and both strength and conductivity may be sacrificed. Therefore, it is of prime importance that the aluminum oxides be removed from the aluminum alloys before welding is started. In the shielded are welding method the shielding gas has a tendency to clean the material as welding progresses. CLEANING OF BUSES AND FITTINGS It is very important to remove all greases and oxides from the surfaces to be welded. This can be accomplished by using a mild alkaline solution or standard degreasing solution. The preferred method is to use a stainless steel wire brush and vigorously scrub the surfaces to be welded. The stainless steel brushes are specified because the stainless steel has less of a tendency to pick up particles of aluminum and aluminum oxides. WELDING METHODS Anderson recommends the following two types of welding methods for welding aluminum fittings and buses: 1. TUNGSTEN-ARC WELDING (TIG). The inert gas shielded tungsten-arc process is widely used for welding aluminum bus fittings. In this process the arc is established between a non-consumable tungsten electrode and the section to be welded. Inert gas envelopes the arc to prevent oxidation during welding. Hence, no flux is required. A bare filler rod supplies filler metal to the weld area. To initiate the arc the tungsten electrode is placed in contact with the component and then withdrawn to establish an arc length of approximately 3/16”. The arc is given a circular motion until the base metal liquifies and the weld puddle is established. Filler metal is added by hand as required. In this process, if more than one pass is required for a sufficient weld, the weld should be wire brushed between passes to remove any surface dirt or oxides which have accumulated from the previous pass. Since no flux is used the finished weld does not require cleaning. In this process the heat of the tunsten arc is concentrated in a smaller area and is much faster than the conventional type of welding and distortion of the weld is negligible since the heat is concentrated in a small area. In this process, if thicknesses greater than 1/2” are to be welded, preheating of the parts before welding will increase the welding speed. 2. METALLIC-ARC INERT-GAS SHIELDED WELDING. The consumable electrode inert-gas shielded metal arc (MIG) welding process combines the advantages of tungsten-arc welding with increased welding speed. Welding can be done from any position and the process can be either manual or automatic. Manual welding techniques are somewhat different from other methods. However, a welder can be trained to use the MIG process with only a few days concentrated training. In the MIG process the bare filler rod is supplied as a coil of bare wire. In the commercially available equipment this wire is added to the weld at a predetermined rate by a motordriven feed that can be adjusted to the magnitude of the welding current. In this process, as well as the tungstenarc process, gas forms a shield around the arch to prevent oxidization during welding. Either helium, argon or a mixture of helium and argon are suitable shielding gases. Pure argon is most widely used on sections less than 3/4” thick. On sections over 3/4” thick the gases are usually mixed to combine the hotter arc characteristics of helium with the stabilizing effect of argon. If exceptionally hot arc characteristics are required, pure helium can be substituted for the gas mixture. Precaution should be exercised if this substitution is made in that it is very easy to burn through the items that are to be welded with a pure helium atmosphere.



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WELDING ALUMINUM BUSES AND CONNECTORS
The reasons that Anderson has selected the metallic-arc inert-gas shielded welding method is that in this process the filler metal can be automatically fed through the welding mechanism and eliminates holding the electrode holder in one hand and the filler metal in the other as in the tungstenarc method. Figure 1 of the attached drawing shows the basic components for a metallic-arc inert-gas shielding process (MIG) and Figure 2 shows the basic components for the tungsten-arc process (TIG). As it is readily apparent, the basic difference between the two types of welding apparatus is the automatic feeding mechanism for the filler wire. In both types of apparatuses the electrode holder and the welding gun can or cannot be cooled by water. If welding currents of more than 125 amps are required, both methods will have to add water cooling apparatuses to the electrode holder and the welding gun. WELDERʼS QUALIFICATIONS No welding should be done until the operator has had experience with welding aluminum alloys by the methods described above. Men with previous experience in metal welding should be selected for training in welding aluminum for a period of training of not less than one week after which time the man can be considered proficient in the use of the equipment and in the welding of aluminum joints. After this period, there should be no difficulty experienced in welding aluminum alloys. It is suggested, if practical, that welders should practice on actual fittings or buses before proceeding with the welding of the required job. The following is Andersonʼs recommended specification for current fittings, wire feeds, gas flows, etc. These specifications are of a general nature to the extent that many factors have to be considered such as: 1. Type of equipment used, whether water cooled or not, etc. 2. The size and mass of the piece to be welded. 3. The position of the weld. 4. And most important of all, the operatorʼs skill. 5. All persons in the welding area should wear the proper shields. The arc is approximately twice as strong as the standard AC welding arc. Extreme caution should be exercised for the protection of eyes.

Fig 1. Metallic-arch inert-gas shielded welding (MIG)

Fig. 2 Inert-gas shielded tungsten-arch welding (TIG)



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GENERAL WELDING SPECIFICATIONS FOR CONSUMABLE ELECTRODE WELDING METHOD
SCOPE: This specification applies primarily to welded aluminum connectors for substation construction. MATERIAL: CASTINGS – As furnished by Anderson are molded from 356 aluminum alloy and heat treated to T6 condition, or #99 pure aluminum depending on the application. FILLER ROD – 4043 aluminum alloy 1/16” diameter for all joints as shown in the Anderson catalog. SHIELDING GAS – Argon. WELDING APPARATUS – Tungsten-arc (TIG) or metallicarc inert-gas shielding (MIG). A 400 amp welding machine with reverse polarity is capable of handling the majority of aluminum welding jobs. PROCEDURES: It is of the utmost importance to remove oil, grease, water and oxide from the surfaces to be welded. All surfaces to be welded should be wire brushed with a stainless steel brush prior to welding. If more than one weld pass is required, the original weld should be wire brushed before applying additional weld. Pre-heating of surfaces to 400˚F is optional, but by preheating the surfaces before welding it is possible for the operator to weld easily and faster.

METALLIC-ARC INERT-GAS CONSUMABLE ELECTRODE
IPS SIZE 1/2 3/4 1 1-1/4 1-1/2 2 2-1/2 3 3-1/2 4 4-1/2 5 6 WALL THICKNESS .108 .113 .133 .140 .144 .154 .203 .216 .226 .237 .247 .258 .280 AMPERES 125-150 125-150 125-150 160-170 160-170 170-190 170-190 170-190170-190 180-200 180-200 180-200 180-200 4043 FILLER ROD SIZE 1/16 1/16 1/16 1/16 1/16 1/16 1/16 1/16 1/16 1/16 1/16 1/16 1/16 APPROX. ARGON FLOW CFH 20 20 30 30 30 30 40 40 40 50 50 50 50 PREHEAT ˚F None None None None None None None Optional to 400˚ F Optional to 400˚F Optional to 400˚F Optional to 400˚F Optional to 400˚F Optional to 400˚F WIRE SPEED INCHES PER MIN. 170 180 180 180 180 180 180 180 200 200 200 200 200 NO. PASSES 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 or 2 1 or 2

FLAT BAR
FLAT BAR THICKNESS 1/8 1/4 3/8 1/2 3/4 AMPERES 125-150 180-200 300 340 375 4043 FILLER ROD SIZE 1/16 1/16 1/16 1/16 1/16 APPROX. ARGON FLOW CFH 30 50 50 60 60 PREHEAT ˚F None Optional to 400˚F Optional to 400˚F 400˚F 400˚F WIRE SPEED INCHES PER MIN. 180 180 200 200 200



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TUNGSTEN - ARC
IPS SIZE 1/2 3/4 1 1-1/4 1-1/2 2 2-1/2 3 3-1/2 4 4-1/2 5 6 WALL THICKNESS .108 .113 .133 .140 .144 .154 .203 .216 .226 .237 .247 .258 .280 AMPERES 125-150 125-150 125-150 160-170 160-170 170-190 170-190 170-190 170-190 180-200 180-200 180-200 180-200 GAS CUP DIA. INCHES 3/8 3/8 3/8 3/8 3/8 1/8 1/2 1/2 1/2 1/2 1/2 1/2 1/2 TUNGSTEN DIA. 1/8 1/8 1/8 1/8 1/8 1/8 3/16 3/16 3/16 3/16 3/16 3/16 3/16 ARGON FLOW CFH 20 20 30 30 30 30 40 40 40 50 50 50 50 PREHEAT ˚F None None None None None None None Optional to 400˚F Optional to 400˚F Optional to 400˚F Optional to 400˚F Optional to 400˚F Optional to 400˚F NO. PASSES 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 or 2 1 or 2 4043 FILLER ROD SIZE 1/8 1/8 1/8 1/8 1/8 3/16 3/16 3/16 3/16 3/16 3/16 3/16 3/16

FLAT BAR
FLAT BAR THICKNESS 1/8 1/4 3/8 1/2 3/4 1 AMPERES 125 150 300 400 450 500 GAS CUP DIA. INCHES 3/8 1/2 1/2 5/8 5/8 5/8 TUNGSTEN DIA. 1/8 3/16 3/16 1/4 1/4 5/16 ARGON FLOW CFH 30 30 50 50 50 50 PREHEAT ˚F None None Optional to 400˚F 400˚F 400˚F 400˚F NO. PASSES 1 1 1 1 or 2 2 2 4043 FILLER ROD SIZE 1/8 3/16 1/4 1/4 5/16 5/16



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See Substation General Reference Data Section for additional information on installation procedures, hardware applications, and recommended torque values for bolted connectors.



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CONTENTS
EHV Substation Connectors Introduction ........................................................ 1 TERMINALS Bolted Terminals for Tube to Flat Pad Type HVSTF/EVSTF .............................................................................. 3 Bolted Terminals for Cable to Flat Pad Type HVCF.............................................................................................. 4 Bolted Terminals Two Cables to Flat Pad Type HV2CF............................................................................................ 5 Compression Terminals for Cable Type CCL-EHV ....................................................................................... 6 Short Barrel Compression Terminals for Cable Type CCLS-EHV..................................................................................... 7 External Welded Terminals for Tube to Flat Pad Type WSTFE-EHV.................................................................................. 8 Internal Welded Terminals for Tube to Center-Formed Flat Pad – Type WSTFX-EHV ................................................................ 9 External Welded Terminals for Tube to Two Flat Pads Type WST2F-EHV ................................................................................ 10 Welded Cable Terminals for Cable to Flat Pad Type WCF-EHV .....................................................................................11 Welded Cable Terminals Two Cables to Flat Pad Type W2CF-EHV .................................................................................. 12 Welded Expansion Terminals for Tube to Flat Pad Type HVRTE ......................................................................................... 13 Welded Expansion Terminals for Tube to Flat Pad Type EVKET ......................................................................................... 14 Welded Expansion Terminals for Tube to Flat Pad Type HVETF/EVETF............................................................................ 15 Bifurcating Terminals One Flat Pad to Two Flat Pads Type EVT2F-D ...................................................................................... 17 Trifurcating Terminal One Flat Pad to Three Flat Pads Type EVT3F-D ...................................................................................... 17 COUPLERS Bolted Couplers for Tube Type HVSTT/EVSTT............................................................................ 18 Welded Angle Couplers for Tube Type WLI-45-EHV/WLI-90-EHV ........................................................ 20 Expansion-Welded Couplers for Tube Type HVWETT/EVWETT .................................................................... 21 Welded Couplers for Tube Type WCI............................................................................................... 22 Welded Trifurcating Couplers for Tube to Three Flat Pads – Type EVST3F .................................................................... 23 Welded Bifurcating Couplers for Tube to 2 Flat Pads Type EVST2F ........................................................................................ 24 TEES Bolted Tee Connectors Tubing Main to Tubing Tap Type HVTTT/EVTTT............................................................................ 25 Bolted Tee Connectors Tubing Main to Flat Pad Type HVTTF/EVTTF............................................................................ 27 Bolted Terminals for Cable to Flat Pad Type EVTCF.......................................................................................... 28 Bolted Tee Connectors Cable Main to Cable Tap Type HVTBCC/EVTBCC ..................................................................... 29 Tee-Taps Compression Cable to Cable-Open Run Type 22 .................................................................................................. 31 Tee-Taps Compression Cable to Pad-Open Run Type 21 .................................................................................................. 32 Welded Tee Connector Tube to Flat Pad Type WTTFR......................................................................................... 33 Welded Tee Connectors Tube to Flat Self Shielding Type EVWTF......................................................................................... 34 Welded Trifurcating Tee Connectors Tube to Three Flat Pads – Type EVTT3F........................................................... 35 Welded Bifurcating Tee Connectors Tube to Two Flat Pads – Type EVTT2F ............................................................. 36 BUS SUPPORTS Bolted Bus Supports Type EVTS ............................................................................................ 37 Bolted Bus Supports for Cable Type HVCS............................................................................................ 38 Bolted Bus Supports Type HVDCS/EVDCS........................................................................... 39 Bolted Bus Supports Type HVDCH/EVDCH ......................................................................... 41 Welded Bus Supports Type WURE-EHV ................................................................................. 42 Hook-On Bus Supports Type WTH-EHV.................................................................................... 43 Welded Bus Supports Type WUR-EHV.................................................................................... 44 Bus Supports Type EVBCF ......................................................................................... 45 Welded Bus Supports Type EVVBS ......................................................................................... 46 Expansion Tubular Bus Support Type HVRTS ......................................................................................... 47 Welded Expansion Tubular Bus Supports Type EVKES ......................................................................................... 48 Expansion Tubular Bus Supports Type HVETS/EVETS............................................................................ 49 Suspension Clevis Type HVSCCS....................................................................................... 51 Bus Supports Type HVSEES ....................................................................................... 52 Tubular Bus to Insulator String Type EVIS ............................................................................................. 53 Bolted Expansion Tubular Bus Support Type HVBETS/EVBETSH.................................................................... 54 Double Mounted Tubular Bus Support Type HVT2S/EVT2S............................................................................. 55 STUD CONNECTORS Bronze Bolted Stud Connectors to Flat Pad with Hardware Shield – Type BHVSF .......................................................... 56 Bronze Bolted Stud Connectors to Flat Pad with Hardware Shield – Type BHVSD.......................................................... 57 Aluminum EHV Bolted Stud Connectors to Flat Pad with Hardware Shield – Type HVSF ..................................................... 58 Bifurcating Stud Connectors to Two Flat Pads Type EVSF2........................................................................................... 59 Trifurcating Stud Connectors to Three Flat Pads Type EVSF3........................................................................................... 60 Trifurcating Stud Connectors to Three Flat Pads Type EVSF3B........................................................................................ 61 Stud Connectors Stud to Four Flat Pads Type EVSF4........................................................................................... 62 Welded Expansion Stud Connectors for Tube Type HVEDST/EVEDST ...................................................................... 63 Welded 90˚ Expansion Stud Connectors for Tube Type HVEDST-90/EVEDST-90 ............................................................ 65 END BELLS Bolted End Bells for Tube Type HVTEB/EVTEB ........................................................................... 67 Welded End Bells for Tube Welded Angle Coupler Type HVWTEB/EVWTEB ................................................................... 68 SPECIALTIES Bolted Grounding Studs for Tube Type EVTGS ......................................................................................... 69 Bolted Grounding Studs for Cable Type HVCGS......................................................................................... 70 Tube Terminal Welded End Plug-Eye Type WEPE............................................................................................ 71 Tube Terminal Welded Spade Plug Type EVSP............................................................................................. 72 Grounding Stud Flat Pad to Grounding Stud with Corona Ball Type AFGS ............................................................................................ 73 Welded Grounding Studs for Tube Type EVWTGSR ................................................................................... 74 Bolted Conductor Spacers Type HVS2C/EVS2C ............................................................................ 75 Bolted Conductor Spacers Type EVS3C .......................................................................................... 77 Cable Spacer Ultra High Voltage Spacer for Four Cables Type UVS4C.......................................................................................... 78 Cable Spacer Terminals Type HVS2CT/EVS2CT........................................................................ 79 Parallel Connectors Type HVPC/EVPC ................................................................................ 81 Hardware Shields Type EVHS............................................................................................ 82 Type HVHS-90-D.................................................................................. 83 Extension Pad Type EVEF-D ........................................................................................ 84 TECHNICAL DATA............................................................................... 85–98

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