Why Rayphen Dead End Clamp
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We deliver quality dead end clamps in various sizes and types as you demand. Just check out our unique products for yourself.
Rayphen dead end strain clamp works on different working loads and is perfect for different voltages. It provides secure dead end clamping on the overhead line.
We offer you an aluminum alloy dead end strain clamp that is highly compatible with conductors and performs quite efficiently.
Rayphen NY dead end strain clamp is the best for ACSR conductors. These clamps are aluminum made and available with a jumper. The anchor is drop forged steel which performs the best clamping action. NY dead clamp is corrosion free.
In order to promote your project progress, contact us for more comprehensive information.
The straight line strain dead end clamp is galvanized steel and aluminum. The socket and clevis of the Rayphen straight line dead end strain clamp are made of ductile iron and galvanized too. Dead end assembly parts are rustproof and water repelling.
If you are looking for the ideal straight line dead end clamp, we will be your choice.
Rayphen dead end clamp is highly recommended to use for ADSS. You can have the dead end clamp for ADSS in different sizes.
The dead end clamp provides maximum compression and comes with a filler compound that is filled very precisely. You can use our products at the most competitive price.
Rayphen has this premium bolted dead end clamp for OPGW having ultimate electrical and mechanical strength. It is considered the best for optical ground wires due to its design.
The dead end clamp provides full stress termination to OPGW. You can rely on us for your dead end clamp needs.
Based on different applications, Rayphen loop dead end clamp offers excellent clamping to all aluminum conductor (AAC), aluminum conductor steel reinforced cable (ACSR), and copper conductors.
The dead end clamp gives smooth finish and has good interaction with the conductor surface. Tell us your applications, Let us provide you with the corresponding solution.
More Informations about Rayphen Dead End Clamp
- Dead End Strain Clamp
- NY Compression Dead End Clamp
- Straight Line Dead End Clamp
- Dead End Clamp for ADSS
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If you are in search of some good quality dead clamp for an overhead line, Rayphen offers you the best products you can imagine and ask.
Each and every step in manufacturing dead end clamp is according to quality control standards. Rayphen has used hot-dip galvanized technology in making each and every piece of dead clamp the best from the rest.
Dead end assembly parts are compatible with each other and join together to make a single Rayphen dead end clamp for the overhead line.
NY dead end clamp is perfect for aerial bundled cables, fiber optic cables, and telecommunication lines. If you want the dead clamp to be fireproof and weather-resistant, Rayphen must be your first choice.
Rayphen has been trusted by 200 internal clients for producing genuine compression dead end clamp.
Rayphen produces quality products by using the best raw material for dead end clamp manufacturing.
Rayphen is supplying top-notch dead end strain clamp having 14 years of vast industrial experience.
All the dead end assembly parts are made under strict check and have quality compliance with standard values.
Rayphen Dead End Clamp
Dead end strain clamp is an overhead electrical fitting used for holding, fixing, and securing the clamp dead end. Rayphen dead clamp is made with intense care.
The weather-resistant Rayphen dead end assembly parts make an excellent single-unit dead clamp that provides maximum protection to aerial lines.
Rayphen dead end clamp for an overhead line is applicable for different conductors such as ACSR, AAC, and AAAC conductors.
Compression dead end clamp by Rayphen has unique designs that fit perfectly with cables and other conductors. They are suitable for optical fiber cables as well.
A high-quality Rayphen NY dead end strain clamp for the overhead line makes a perfect choice for you as it gives a smooth finish with the conductor material and comes in different dimensions that perfectly fit the diameter of the conductor.
Rayphen aluminum alloy loop dead end clamp comes is available in different sizes and shapes according to your demand.
You can have a customized dead end clamp from Rayphen as we believe in satisfying the needs of our clients globally.
Having 14 years of clamp dead end manufacturing, Rayphen uses the best quality raw material for its every product, whether clamps, pole line hardware, connectors, or underground line products.
Rayphen compression dead end for overhead lines are very carefully filled by filler compounds and securely sealed. Such a dead clamp provides full tension dead end assembly for ACSR conductors. These dead end clamps are also made of aluminum or aluminum alloy.
You can ask for a loop dead end clamp with jumpers or without it. Rayphen makes sure the delivery is placed correctly and the packaging is full proof. It means you do not have to worry about packaging. We pack every order with care using wooden boxes and sacks.
Helping our customers is our utmost priority, and we offer our customer care service 24/7 for answering all your queries regarding dead end clamps.
If you dream of taking your company and business to the next level, Rayphen can be your trustworthy partner providing you best deals of dead end strain clamp in an affordable price range.
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Dead End Clamp FAQs- The Ultimate Guide
Buying the right product for elevating your business or for personal usage can be difficult. All because of the false information. If you are planning to purchase line hardware fitting, specifically dead end clamp, this is the perfect place for you. Dead end clamp is the basic necessity hardware for overhead connections, power lines, and telecommunication networks.
Here is an ultimate guide answering all your questions regarding dead end clamp. This guide includes usage, applications, features, installation methods, types of dead end clamp, and whatnot.
Let’s move to the answers!
Q1. What is a Dead End Clamp?
Rayphen dead end clamp is an electrical fitting that holds and attaches the conductor, cables, and wires over the isolator to the pole fittings.
Figure 1 Dead End Clamp
The dead end clamps not only clamp the wires but increase the wire’s strength to bear pressure or tension on it.
Dead end clamp can be of different types.
Different sizes of dead end clamps are also available.
You need the perfect dead end clamp according to the dimensions of the cable and wire.
The design and features of the dead end clamp make it an excellent fitting to use for overhead aerial cables.
Dead end clamps have quality manufacturing material that makes them corrosion-free.
Q2. What is the Purpose of Dead End Clamp?
As you get to know the basic definition of dead end clamp.
Let us tell you the purpose of the Rayphen dead end clamp.
Dead end clamp has self-adjusting wedges made of plastic that tighten many conductors at a time.
It is suitable to clamp 2 to 4 conductors.
The dead end clamp clamps the conductor without damaging the insulation layers.
It protects the conductor surface through its corrosion-free property.
Q3. What is the Assembly Parts of Dead-End Clamp?
Figure 2 Assembly Parts of Dead End Clamp
Do you know that dead end clamp is not a single unit hardware fitting?
Well, dead end clamp comprises different assembly parts.
These parts, when joined together, make a dead end clamp complete.
Without proper assembly, Rayphen dead end clamp will not perform its function accurately.
This will lead to current leakage and loose connections.
The assembly parts of dead end clamp are as follows.
- Main Clamp Body
It is the main central part of the dead end clamp.
The main body is made of aluminum.
The purpose of main body is to provide ground support to conductors and wires.
- Steel Eye
Instead of aluminum, the eye is made of steel.
This steel part is compressed against the steel core diameter.
- Felt Washers
They are mainly the flexible protective part of the surface of installation.
They also contribute to distributing load, light sealing, and insulation.
Now, this structure is made with an angle of 15°.
It provides space for a terminal connection to the jumper.
It ensures that dead end clamp is tightened between the configuration of 30°.
- Filler Plug
Filler plugs seal any cavity or gap for secure clamping.
- Bolts and Nuts
Like every other accessory, a dead end clamp contains bolts and nuts for a secure connection.
Q4. What are the Features of Dead-End Clamp?
Till now, you get to know the purpose and parts of the dead end clamp.
We will move to the features or characteristics of dead end clamp in this question.
The features of dead end clamp are:
- Dead end clamps have relatively high strength (mechanical and electrical)
- Dead end clamp has a layer of oxide inhibitor to make it corrosion free
- They have resistance against weather and ultraviolet radiations
- The installation procedure of dead end clamp is very easy
- This clamp is suitable for AB cables and poles
- Dead end clamps have application-based designs
- The designing of dead end clamps is quite sturdy
- Dead end clamps of various sizes and construction are readily available
All these features make dead end clamp a highly useful electrical product.
They are economical and have diverse applications.
Q5. Why is it Necessary to Use a Dead End Clamp?
The dead clamp has so many advantages that make this overhead fitting necessary to use.
These advantages are as under.
- Dead end clamps not only secure the conductor but also make terminal connections.
- They hold and fix the conductor.
- Compression dead end clamps provide maximum compression for a safe conductor connection that prevents current leakage.
- Dead end clamp also serves the purpose of linking conductors and wires to insulator strings.
- It is suitable to work with every type of conductor, whether ACSR, AAAC, or AAC conductors.
- They have different sizes so as to fit with the various dimensions of the conductor cables.
All these benefits clearly show that dead end clamp is an essential electrical fitting for overhead line and have diverse applications.
Q6. How to Properly Install a Wedge Dead-End Clamp?
Let us clear that the wedge dead end clamp has different assembly parts before moving to the installation process.
Now, first, we will mention the assembly parts and then proceed towards the installing procedure.
Parts of Assembly of Dead End Clamp
- 2 wedge bodies (top and bottom)
- Pin for retaining of wedge
- Cable guide
- Pin for keeping cable guide
- Hardware for grounding
- Attachment hardware
Figure 3 Assembly Parts of Wedge Dead End Clamp (In Sequence)
As you know the parts of the assembly, it will be easier for you to understand the installation steps.
Let’s move to the installation process.
- First, remove the attachment and grounding hardware.
- Remove the top wedge of the dead end clamp.
- Remove the pin retaining the cable guide.
- Now, advance the cable guide.
- Through the open-top wedge, insert the cable so that it sits in the bottom wedge.
- Install the top wedge and push it beyond the cable guide.
- Pull the cable guide back to advance the top wedge.
- This will incline both wedges (top and bottom).
- Now, retain the pin of the cable guide to close it.
- Remove the pin that keeps the wedge for holding tension.
- Attach the dead end clamp with the tower through nuts and bolts.
- The wedges will advance by retaining the pin again and securely holding the cable.
- With the keeper’s help, the cable goes to the cable guide grooves.
- Tighten the bolts until the heads wear off.
- In the end, the grounding shunt is attached to the provided hardware.
Note: You can purchase grounding shunts separately from suppliers.
Q7. What is the Price of Dead-End Clamp?
Do you want to get the best quality dead end clamps at an affordable price?
Rayphen dead end clamp comes in a variety of forms, shapes, and sizes.
The price range of dead end clamp is different for a different type.
The cost of dead end clamp is somewhere between $1-$10 per piece.
The pricing depends on the manufacturing material and size of the dead end clamp.
The prices of tension dead end clamps are higher than simple dead end clamps.
Always go for the dead end clamp that suits your need.
Q8. Which Material is Suitable for Dead End Clamp Manufacturing?
Well, the suitable material for manufacturing of Rayphen dead end clamp is aluminum or aluminum alloy.
Now, the main reason for using aluminum as a manufacturing material is that dead end is compatible with all-aluminum conductors and aluminum conductor steel reinforced cables (ACSR).
Using aluminum and its alloy has the following benefits.
- Aluminum has a low melting point and low density.
- It is a highly malleable material ideal for electrical products.
- Its ductility gives proper finishing to the final product, which in this case is a dead end clamp.
- You can process it through different technologies, including hot-dip galvanization technology.
- Aluminum alloy has perfect iron and other metals content, which makes quite a good amalgam for making good quality dead end clamp.
Q9. Is Waterproof Dead-End Clamp Available?
Yes, Raypen dead end clamp is 100% waterproof.
Buying a waterproof dead end clamp is wise and economical.
It will save the electric connections from getting corrosion.
The humidity of the air and rain causes severe damage to the parts of the dead end clamp.
This has a severe effect on the safety of the whole network.
To prevent this from happening, buying a waterproof Rayphen dead end clamp is the right choice.
Q10. Can You Reuse an Already Used Dead-End Clamp?
Though it is economical but not.
You cannot reuse already installed dead end clamps.
It will not be safe to use such a clamp as it will have a negative effect on the entire cable connection.
Reusing can cause current leakage and improper functioning of the clamp.
The clamping action will not be accurate by using an already installed dead end clamp.
Q11. What is a Loop Dead-End Clamp?
The loop dead end clamp is made from aluminum.
The main purpose of the loop dead end clamp is to provide a dead-ending to ACSR conductors.
Also, you can use it for copper conductors and all-aluminum conductors.
Figure 4 Loop Dead End Clamp
Loop dead end clamp is helpful for connecting parallel grooves.
Such dead-end has a long spacer that is also aluminum made.
The components of the loop dead-end clamp are also hot-dip galvanized.
Q12. Where to Use Compression Type Dead-End Clamp?
Compression dead end clamps are designed mainly for extra high voltage lines (EHV).
These dead end tension clamps provide a high electrical continuity.
Compression dead end aerial clamp has high mechanical toughness.
To use in distribution lines, compression dead end clamp bolted types are mostly preferred.
It is because of their easy and quick installation process.
They are low maintenance and offer excellent continuity of the current and jumper.
But sometimes, because of vibration, they do not conduct the thermal increase properly, and it causes damage.
Compression dead end strain clamp having less diameter or dimensions is most preferably used.
It is mainly due to its property of excellent current continuity.
These Rayphen compression tension clamps are suitable to use in combination with AAAC, ACSR, and AAC.
The installation of a compression dead end clamp requires a crimper of high mechanical strength and small diameter.
Specifically, the crimper used for all aluminum conductors should be of diameter 16mm.
Whereas, 14mm diameter crimper is suitable for ACSR conductors.
Q13. How to Install Compression Dead-End Clamp for ACSR Conductors?
Installing a compression dead end clamp is not complex.
All you need is a few simple tools and concentration.
The tools include compression press, AH and SH dies, trimming tool for conductors, strand removing tool, hammer, filler compound filler, etc.
Here we will tell you the whole procedure of compression dead end clamp installation.
- First, mark your conductor at ¾ of the distance of the body (aluminum).
- Properly clean the edges of the conductor with a piece of cloth or brush.
- Before cutting the strand of a conductor, cover the ends with tape to keep the round contouring.
- Insert the body of the dead end clamp and slide past it along the conductor till adequate conductor length protrudes from the end.
- Cut the strands a little more than the equal depth of the forging barrel.
- The trimming tool for cable comes in handy for the above step.
- Now, put the core into the barrel.
- Compress the barrel through SH dies set to make it adjacent to the rib, very close to the barrel.
- Overlap the compressions by 6.44mm.
- Make sure to die to close each compression.
- Now, slide the body on the forging so that the tongue ends against the washer and eye shoulder.
- At this stage, align the eye and tongue for proper orientation to mount the string (insulator).
- Inject the filler compound through the filler hole so that it comes out from the washer.
- Place the filler plug on a hole and strike with a hammer to peen the hole edge.
- With the help of the AH die set, make compression at the ‘start’ point, which is the closest to the tongue.
- Overlap compressions by ¼ inches.
- Now, press ‘stop’.
- Remember to die close to every compression.
- Using AH die, press compression dead end clamp body against ACSR conductor.
- Now compress the ‘start’ point and overlap compressions.
- As the last step, press the ‘stop’ point with die closure.
- The installation of a compression dead end clamp for ACSR conductors is complete.
- The dead end compression part must be smooth and have a uniform surface.
Note: you can oil the grooves of the die and sleeve for better results during installation.
Figure 5 Compression Press
Figure 6 Trimming Tool
Q14. How Can You Determine the Interaction Between Conductor and Dead End Clamp?
The physical interaction between the dead end clamp and ACSR conductors is primarily determined by the dead end clamp design.
The appropriate design of the dead end clamp is responsible for the correct connection between the dead end clamp and the conductor.
The design of the dead end clamp should be perfect so that it does not put any kind of additional stress or pressure on the surface of conductors.
Rayphen dead end clamps are perfectly made under standard conditions and technology.
This ensures fine finishing and the best design of dead end clamp.
Ultimately, the interaction will be smooth and without eddy currents.
Q15. Do You Use Dead-End Clamp for AB Cables?
Yes, you can conveniently use a dead end clamp for AB cables.
Dead end clamp for aerial bundled cables is highly affordable.
They are easy to install and are safe for aerial connections.
Rayphen dead end clamp is ideal in making overhead connections at the power line, transmission line, and telecommunication line.
Q16. For Which Purpose Do You Use Dead End Strain Clamp?
Dead end strain clamp not only provides a dead ending to the terminals but also fixes the conductors to their proper place.
Such dead end clamps within safety compliance provide maximum clamping action with different conductors.
It put adequate tension on the conductor and interacts with the surface of the conductor very precisely.
Figure 7 Dead End Strain Clamp
Q17. How Can You Choose the Right Dead End Clamp When Buying?
Choosing the right Rayphen dead end clamp is imperative for perfect application.
There are certain things you can do while buying the appropriate dead end clamp for your business.
- Check the quality control compliance of the dead end clamp.
- Ensure fine quality aluminum or aluminum alloy is used as a manufacturing material.
- Keenly observe the dimensions of the dead end clamp that must be compatible with your conductor.
- Look for the design as it determines interaction.
- Check for good grip strength of the dead end clamp.
All these measures will make you get the right product according to your need.
Q18. Why is it Important to Increase Surface Area of Dead-End Clamp at High Temperature?
When the power increase, the temperature increases automatically.
In such a case, high-temperature tolerant conductors are attached to the Rayphen dead end clamps.
The temperature bearing capacity of these conductors can be up to 235°C.
The dead end clamp used in high-temperature conditions should not have any effect on the extra heating.
Therefore, it is wise to increase the surface area and the mass of the dead end clamp.
This will ultimately lead to reduced thermal losses or stress.
Q19. How to Determine the Correct Breaking Load for Dead-End Clamp?
Breaking load is something that you cannot ignore if you deal with conductors, clamps, and other electrical connections.
It is the amount of stress or pressure applied quite steadily that can break the conductor or dead end clamp.
Well, you need to worry about the breaking load calculation and determination.
The correct breaking load is already mentioned on the Rayphen dead end hardware.
Most of the authentic dead end clamps come with these written values on them or the user manual.
Q20. Is it Okay to Use Dead End Clamp for ADSS?
Yes, it is fine to use a dead end clamp for ADSS.
They come in different sizes on the basis of the diameter of the ADSS cable.
It is even better to use a wedge dead end clamp for ADSS as it has more benefits than the spiral one.
Figure 8 Dead End Clamp for ADSS
It has so many benefits such as:
- Wedge design is relatively safer than spiral design.
- It has a few parts making it more compact.
- Being petite, it easily gets attached to different conductors, even poles.
- It has a quick installation process.
- Their installation does not require any specific tools.
You can use Rayphen dead end clamp for ADSS in relatively low voltages.
It is environmentally friendly and performs its function quite effectively.
Dead end clamp for ADSS performs exceptionally well in situations where there is a crowded distribution because it has a small size.
The dead clamp comes with assembly parts and is easy to install.
Q21. Can You Use Dead End Clamp for OPGW?
Yes, you can use a dead end clamp for OPGW for different applications.
The bolted dead end clamps are more suitable for optical ground wiring usage.
The bolts of the dead end clamp give accurate gripping to the cable without interfering with the fiber optic cable’s performance.
Rayphen dead end strain clamp for OPGW has a quick installation than the competitor’s product.
Hence, it reduces the installation cost.
The dead clamp is available in different sizes according to the diameter of the optic wire.
Q22. How Preformed is Dead-End Clamp Different from Simple Dead-End Clamp?
The preformed dead end clamp is different from a dead end clamp.
The preformed dead end clamp is used to fix terminals and hold a bundle of large-sized wires.
The shape and construction of the preformed dead end clamp are also different from the Rayphen dead end clamp.
Preformed dead end clamps have color tags such as yellow, green, and red.
Whereas the dead end clamps do not use color tagging.
Figure 9 Preformed Dead End Clamp
Q23. Can You Get Dead-End Clamp in Various Sizes?
Yes, gladly, you can purchase a variety of dead end clamps.
Different sizes of dead end clamps are available.
These sizes vary according to the diameter of the cable conductor.
You can get different sizes of Rayphen dead end clamp in all categories, whether compression dead end clamp, dead end strain clamp, bolted dead end clamp, including many others.
Q24. Can You Use Dead Clamp for Overhead Line?
Yes, you can use a dead end clamp for the overhead line.
Overhead lines can be of low voltage, medium voltage, or high voltage.
In the case of very high voltage, the use of compression Rayphen dead end is mainly preferred.
You have seen dead end clamps over distribution lines, telecommunication lines, utility poles, power line,s and transmission lines.
Using a dead end clamp for the overhead line is safe and provides reliable connections.
Q25. For Which Conductors Straight Line Dead End Clamp Is Suitable?
The straight line dead end clamp is highly compatible with all-aluminum conductors (AAC, AAAC).
Figure 10 Straight Line Dead End Clamp in Different Sizes
It is suitable for aluminum concentric lay-stranded conductors (ACAR) and aluminum conductor steel reinforced cables (ACSR).
It is hot-dip galvanized aluminum made with an easy install feature.
The Rayphen straight line dead end clamp provides corrosion-free clamping with conductors.
You can get straight line dead end clamp in a variety of sizes based on your demand.
Q26. Is Dead-End Clamp Fire Proof?
Yes, Rayphen dead end clamps are fire and explosion-proof.
You all know there are tiny invisible water vapors in the sky all the time that cause humidity.
And sometimes the weather is rainy.
In such cases, installing a fireproof dead end clamp is intelligent.
When the moisture comes in contact with the dead end clamp surface, it will cause an electric spark if it is not fireproof.
This spark leads to severe damage in the form of fire or explosion.
To avoid this, proper zinc layering and hot-dip galvanized technology are introduced for dead end clamp manufacturing.
It makes the dead clamp not only fireproof but also waterproof.
Q27. Where to Buy Dead-End Clamp of Good Quality?
You can buy dead end clamp having good quality and affordable price range from different authentic clamp suppliers, just like Rayphen.
You can ask for customized products according to your desired dimensions.
All you need to do is search for the appropriate manufacturer and compare the market price of good-quality dead end clamps.
You can also go for a bulk order which is very economical.