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NOTE: ALL WORK, UNLESS OTHERWISE INDICATED, SHOWN IN THESE PHOTOS ARE CONSIDERED ENERGIZED WORK.





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1 Removing flying ground tap
2 Spotting of 38 ft. Arm
3 Replacing insulators - Hotstick and Barehand Methods
4 Replacing insulators - Hotstick and Barehand Methods
5 Repairing shot out conductor
6 Repairing shot out conductor
7 Replacing dead end arms
8 Woodpecker damaged pole
9 Structure replacement
10 Arm replacement 230kv
11 Arm replacement 230kv
12 Dead end Structure replacement
13 Preparation of flight - to spot arms at structures along Right-Of-Way
14 Flying in new arm for replacement
15 Replacing 6 pole "A" frame dead end structure to a 3 pole Dead end structure
16 Replacing 6 pole "A" frame dead end structure to a 3 pole Dead end structure
17 Replacing 6 pole "A" frame dead end structure to a 3 pole Dead end structure
18 Replacing 6 pole "A" frame dead end structure to a 3 pole Dead end structure
19 Replacing 6 pole "A" frame dead end structure to a 3 pole Dead end structure
20 Replacing 6 pole "A" frame dead end structure to a 3 pole Dead end structure
21 Replacing 6 pole "A" frame dead end structure to a 3 pole Dead end structure
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23 Structure replacement - badly needed
24 Structure replacement - badly needed
25 One Pole Replacement on 230kv transmission line
26 One Pole Replacement on 230kv transmission line
27 One Pole Replacement on 230kv transmission line
28 One Pole Replacement on 230kv transmission line
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30 Steel Arm Replacement
31 Dead end arm replacement
32 Newly installed switch
33 Lay out of new components for new switch
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35 Damper and Spacer repairs
36 Installing spacer from conductor cart and bucket truck
37 High voltage power line inspection from conductor cart
38 High voltage power line inspection from conductor cart
39 Replacing broken spacers
40 Insulator removal using "J" cradles
41 500kv insulator replacement
42 500kv insulator replacement
43 500kv insulator replacement
44 Live Line Training
45 Live Line Training
46 Live Line Training
47 Structure Replacement
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49 Structure Replacement - Floating all three (3) phases
50 Structure Replacement - Floating all three (3) phases
51 KT Power newest Truck Crane, 38Ton, certified for 765kv work
52 KT Power newest Truck Crane, 38Ton, certified for 765kv work
53 345KV Energized Work - Structure Replacement
54 345KV Energized Work - Replace Lattice Tower
55 345KV Energized Work - Removal of top of Lattice Structure
56 345KV Energized Work - Removal of lattice top
57 345KV Energized Work - KT Power for National Grid USA
58 345KV Energized Work -Install Galv. steel pole structure



  Here are some pictures of one location in Utica, NY. Work was done in November 2008.

In these photos KT Power, Inc. is working on a very steep mountain side. It takes a lot of equipment (dozers and excavators) to make access to the tower location. Then, many times the dozer is required to aid in pulling up the bucket trucks and cranes used to install the new steel structure.

These photos provide a sequence to installing a new 2 pole steel structure on an energized 345KV transmission line owned by National Grid USA.

KT Power then had to remove the old steel lattice tower, by dismantling the top tier, bring it down with the use of a crane, and then cutting it up enough to be carried and loaded into a steel waste container.

The remaining tower dropped by cutting the legs at the ground and then cutting it up for scrap disposal. The tower must fall to the ground in between the existing energized transmission phases / wires. If we fail in any of the above tasks, we could knock out the power flowing through the transmission lines effecting home owners, businesses and manufacturing units.
 
 
 
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   

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