Work instructions

Work instructions for live working

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Overview of some of our valid work instructions for live working

Basic instruction low voltage

Description No. of work instruction
Basic instruction low voltage AW-LV 1

Live cable work

Description No. of work instruction
Cutting of oil-paper insulated cables N(A)KBA AW-LV 2/01
Cutting of plastic cables with Ceander outer conductor N(A)YCWY AW-LV 2/02
Assembly of insulating cable end joints for oil-paper insulated cables N(A)KBA AW-LV 2/03
Assembly of branch tees for oil-paper insulated cables N(A)KBAwith separated terminals in insulating box AW-LV 2/04
Assembly of branch tees for plastic cables N(A)YY with clamping ring AW-LV 2/05
Assembly of insulating wire end joints for plastic cables N(A)YY AW-LV 2/06
Assembly of shrink joints for plastic cables N(A)YY with bolted connections AW-LV 2/07
Cutting of plastic cables N(A)YY AW-LV 2/08
Assembly of shrink joints for plastic cables N(A)YY AW-LV 2/09
Assembly of transition joints from oil-paper insulated cables N(A)KBA to plastic cables N(A)YY with shrink technology AW-LV 2/10
Assembly of branch tees plastic cables with Ceander outer conductor N(A)YCWY (three conductor cable) with clamping ring AW-LV 2/11
Assembly of transition joints from oil-paper insulated cables N(A)KBA to plastic cables N(A)YY in insulating box AW-LV 2/12
Assembly of shrink joints for plastic cables with Ceander outer conductor N(A)YCWY with bolted connections AW-LV 2/13
Assembly of transition joints from oil-paper insulated cables N(A)KLEY to plastic cables N(A)YY with shrink technology AW-LV 2/14
Assembly of branch tees for oil-paper insulated cables N(A)KLEY with clamping ring AW-LV 2/15
Assembly of transition joints from oil-paper insulated cables N(A)KLEY to plastic cables N(A)YY in insulating box AW-LV 2/16
Assembly of branch tees for oil-paper insulated cables N(A)KBA with clamping ring AW-LV 2/17
Assembly of shrink joints for plastic cables with concentric outer conductor NAYFaY AW-LV 2/18
Assembly of shrink joints for plastic cables with Ceander outer conductor N(A)YCWY with crimp connectors AW-LV 2/19
Check zero-potential at oil-paper insulated cables N(A)KBA AW-LV 2/20
Check zero-potential at plastic cables N(A)YY AW-LV 2/21
Cutting of oil-paper insulated cables N(A)KLEY with Aluminium sheath AW-LV 2/22
Cutting of plastic cables with concentric outer conductor NAYFaY AW-LV 2/23
Assembly of insulating cable end joints for plastic cables with Ceander outer conductor N(A)YCWY AW-LV 2/24
Assembly of insulating cable end joints for oil-paper insulated cables N(A)KLEY with Aluminium sheath in insulating box AW-LV 2/25
Assembly of insulating cable end joints for plastic cables with concentric outer conductor NAYFaY AW-LV 2/26
Assembly of branch tees for plastic cables with concentric outer conductor NAYFaY with separated terminals in a insulating box AW-LV 2/27
Assembly of branch tees for oil-paper insulated cables N(A)KLEY with separated terminals in a insulating box AW-LV 2/28

Work on switchgear

Description No. of work instruction
Replacement of fuse devices AW-LV 3/01
Connect and reconnect of cable and wires in LV-switchgear AW-LV 3/02
Replace of house supply boxes AW-LV 3/03
Replace of LV strip-type fuseways and strip-type fuse-disconnectors AW-LV 3/04
Dry cleaning of LV-switchgear AW-LV 3/05
Retightening of bolted connections in LV-switchgear AW-LV 3/06
Remove of scaled contacts at strip-type fuseways AW-LV 3/07
Upgrading busbars at LV-switchgear AW-LV 3/08
Wet cleaning of LV-switchgear AW-LV 3/09

Work at overhead lines (OHL)

Description No. of work instruction
Assembly and disassembly of overhead line house supplies at branch pylons AW-LV 4/01
Assembly and disassembly of house supply cables and air cables (isolated overhead lines) AW-LV 4/02
Assembly and disassembly from cables on overhead lines at pylons AW-LV 4/03
Assembly of insulation for building activities AW-LV 4/04
Assembly and disassembly of temporary power supply devices AW-LV 4/05
Assembly and disassembly of branch fuses AW-LV 4/06
Assembly and disassembly of surge arresters AW-LV 4/07
Open and close of bridging lines at branch pylons AW-LV 4/08
Repair of damaged wires of overhead lines AW-LV 4/09
Maintenance and replace of defect disconnector contacts AW-LV 4/10
Release and assembly of cross tie while changing wooden pylons AW-LV 4/11
Replace of insulators and supports at pylons and roofs AW-LV 4/12
Assembly and disassembly of house supplies with isolated OHL wires NFA2X AW-LV 4/13

Work at metering systems

Description No. of work instruction
Work at metering and accessory systems AW-LV 5/01
Work at LV electric meter and instrument transformer systems AW-LV 5/02
Technical locking of house supplies AW-LV 5/03

Work at measurement and control technology systems

Description No. of work instruction
Work at terminal strips AW-LV 6/01
Assembly and disassembly of devices with bolted connection interface AW-LV 6/02
Release and assembly of wire connections at support busbars AW-LV 6/03
Temporary connection of measurement devices AW-LV 6/04

Work at street lighting installation

Description No. of work instruction
Connect and reconnect of cables in transition and fuse boxes AW-LV 7/01
Assembly and disassembly of switchboards in cubicles AW-LV 7/02
Assembly of shrink joints for plastic cables N(A)YY with bolted connections AW-LV 7/03

Work at electric installations

Description No. of work instruction
Work at electric installations AW-LV 11

Work at battery and DC systems

Description No. of work instruction
Replace of batteries AW-LV 12/01
Connect and reconnect of DC cables and wires AW-LV 12/02

Basic instruction medium voltage cleaning and maintenance

Description No. of work description
Dry cleaning of indoor equipment up to 36 kV AW-HV 3/01
Damp cleaning of indoor equipment up to 36 kV AW-HV 3/02
Refilling of oil terminations up to 36 kV AW-HV 3/03
Maintenance of switching devices up to 36 kV AW-HV 3/04
Creating by-pass for 24 kV switching devices with BSD jumpering system AW-HV 3/05
Inspection of non-view-able parts with BSD insulating camera AW-HV 3/06
Creating by-pass for 12 kV switching devices with BSD jumpering system AW-HV 3/07

Basic instruction medium voltage hot stick method overhead line

Description No. of work instruction
Assembly and Disassembly of short-circuit indicators AW-HV 4/01
Mounting and removing of bird protection caps AW-HV 4/02
Mounting and removing of BSD perch rejectors AW-HV 4/03

Basic instruction medium voltage work with insulating gloves

Description No. of work instruction
Assembly and disassembly of supporting insulators at the pole MSFL 2/01
Assembly and disassembly of supporting insulators in double support variant at the pole MSFL 2/02
Modification from single support to double support construction at the pole MSFL 2/03
Assembly and disassembly of tension insulators at the pole MSFL 2/04
Assembly and disassembly of suspension insulators at the pole MSFL 2/05
Modification from supporting insulator to suspension insulator construction at the pole MSFL 2/06
Opening and closing of current bridges at the pole MSFL 2/07
Assembly and disassembly of bird protection caps with insulating gloves MSFL 2/09
Removal of foreign objects from poles with supporting insulator construction MSFL 2/10
Repairing of conductor damages MSFL 2/11
Assembly and disassembly of disconnectors MSFL 2/12
Draft(Changing of wooden poles with supporting insulators and T-type traverse MSFL 2/15
Covering for work at non-active parts MSFL 2/17
Changing of wooden poles with suspension insulators and T-type traverse MSFL 2/19
Changing of wooden poles with vertically offset supporting insulators MSFL 2/20
Changing of wooden poles with vertically offset suspension insulators MSFL 2/21
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