ANSI/NEMA Standard covers strain type porcelain insulators.

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NEMA published ANSI/NEMA C29.4-2015 American National Standard for Wet-Process Porcelain Insulators—Strain Type. Standard covers insulators used in the transmission and distribution of electric energy, and is used by electric power utility companies, public utilities, and manufacturers of high-voltage electrical products. In this revision, changes have been made to sampling sizes, glaze and color requirements, units of measurement, and marking and packing requirements.



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NEMA Publishes ANSI/NEMA C29.4-2015 American National Standard for Wet-Process Porcelain Insulators-Strain Type



ROSSLYN, Va., —The National Electrical Manufacturers Association (NEMA) published ANSI/NEMA C29.4-2015 American National Standard for Wet-Process Porcelain Insulators—Strain Type. This standard covers strain-type insulators made of wet-process porcelain and used in the transmission and distribution of electric energy.



ANSI/NEMA C29.4 was first published in 1961 by the ASA Accredited Standards Committee C29 on insulators for electric power lines and the NEMA 8HV committee on high-voltage insulators. This standard is used by electric power utility companies, public utilities, and manufacturers of high-voltage electrical products. In this revision, changes have been made to the sampling sizes, glaze and color requirements, units of measurement, and marking and packing requirements.



ANSI C29.4-2015 may be downloaded at no charge or purchased in hard copy for $46 on the NEMA website.



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