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GUYING SYSTEMS
for overhead distribution lines
and telecommunication networks
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SUMMARY
Introduction..............................................p.3
1 – Mechanical principle ...........................p.4
2 – General configuration .........................p.6
3 – Technical data
3.1 – Wooden pole dimensions ...............................p.7
3.2 – Contributions of guying ..................................p.8
3.3 – Geometry of guying ........................................p.9
4 – Soils classifications ..........................p.10
5 – Catalog
5.1 – Earth anchoring............................................p.11
5. 2 – Attachment of guy wire................................p.20
5. 3 – Guy wires - Guy wire protection
Guy wire insulation ......................................p.22
5. 4 – Pole anchoring ............................................p.24
5. 5 – Guy wire tension adjustment .......................p.26
5. 6 – Universal pole mounting system for rock .....p.28
5. 7 – Temporary guying........................................p.30
6 – Typical Poles
6.1 – Typical poles in France
Typical poles in Canada................................p.32
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INTRODUCTION
Guying is a mechanical principle for strenghtening a
structure by linking the top of it to the earth.
The name of this technic comes from the wire used as
link which is called guy wire. Guying has been used for
many different applications along history. The most
common applications are the followings :
Historically, guyed constructions have been the tallest
built by mankind. The most spectacular example is the
Warsaw radio mat, built in 1973 and culminating at a
height of 646 meters, it was for decades world’s tallest
structure !
Suspension of guyed deck bridges
Reinforcement of boat masts
Maintainig tall radio mats
4
Guiding tree growth
Reinforcement of plane wings
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Introduction
Mechanical principle
MECHANICAL PRINCIPLE
The poles used for construction of overhead electrical distribution lines and
telecommunication networks are subject to many different strains. The most
critical one is often the traction force resulting from the line (conductor linear
weight, snow, ice,...).
This strain induces a very important moment of flexion at the base of the
pole that can result either in breaking or falling of the pole. Given its
specific shape (great height, small cross section), a force applied at
the top of the pole will be multiplied by a lever arm equivalent to its
height.
Strength
5,5 to 8,5 time
>
There are different methods to reinforce a pole but the most
efficient one is to guy it. By linking the top of the pole to the
earth by the mean of a wire, all the resulting efforts from the
line are taken off the pole and given to the guying system.
As a result, the pole is protected and its mechanical
strength is greatly enhanced, by a multiplier factor
from 5,5 to 8,5 times !
=
To obtain an equivalent strength from a simple pole without
any guying, its cross section should be multiplied
significantly and would result in higher wood volume, hence
greater costs for fabrication, transport and installation.
L ≥ 0,7 x H <=> α ≤ 55°
F
{
M(H2 + L2)
T = F <=> T = F x
L
cos α
}
0 ≤ α ≤ 55° => F ≤ T ≤ 1,75 x F
=>
T max = 1,75 x F
H
T
F is the traction force resulting
from the line.
T is the force in the guy-wire.
H is the pole's height.
Guying the poles is a simple,
efficient and economical
method for reinforcing the
structure of overhead lines.
L is the distance between anchor
point and pole base.
α is the angle between
α
L
the guy-wire and
the ground.
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GENERAL CONFIGURATION
Pole anchoring
Guy wire tension adjustment
Attachment of guy wire
(top)
Guy wire insulation
Guy wire
Attachment of guy wire
(ground)
Earth anchor
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General configuration
Technical data
TECHNICAL DATA
1. Wooden pole dimensions
Poles are designed to offer a constant strength, depending on their height. The the higher the strenght of a pole, the
bigger its diameter at the top and bottom. The available strenght corresponds to the strain applicable at pole top.
GEOMETRY OF GUYING POLE
HEIGHT (m)
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
Min .Ø at
pole top (mm)
110 115 120 120 120 120 130 130 130
Min. Ø at 1 meter
from pole bottom (mm)
155 165 175 185 190 200 210 215 225
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
Available strength (N)
1 000
Min .Ø at
pole top (mm)
130 130 140 140 140 140 150 140 150 160 160 160 160 160 160 160
Min. Ø at 1 meter
from pole bottom (mm)
170 185 190 200 210 220 230 235 245 255 260 265 270 275 285 290
Available strength (N)
1 400
Min .Ø at
pole top (mm)
145 150 155 155 155 155 165 165 165 170 170 170 180 180 180 180
Min. Ø at 1 meter
from pole bottom (mm)
190 200 210 220 230 240 250 260 270 275 280 285 295 300 310 315
Available strength (N)
1 900
Min .Ø at
pole top (mm)
165 170 170 170 170 180 180 180 190 190 190 200 200 200 200
Min. Ø at 1 meter
from pole bottom (mm)
220 230 240 250 260 270 280 290 300 305 310 320 330 335 340
Available strength (N)
2 550
Min .Ø at
pole top (mm)
180 190 190 190 190 200 200 200 210 210 220 220 220 230 230
Min. Ø at 1 meter
from pole bottom (mm)
235 250 260 270 280 290 300 310 320 330 335 345 355 365 370
Available strength (N)
3 250
Min .Ø at
pole top (mm)
200 210 210 210 210 220 220 220
Min. Ø at 1 meter
from pole bottom (mm)
260 270 285 295 305 315 325 335
Available strength (N)
4 300
Min .Ø at
pole top (mm)
220 230 230 235 235 245 245 250
Min. Ø at 1 meter
from pole bottom (mm)
280 290 305 320 330 340 350 365
Available strength (N)
5 500
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2. Contribution of guying
The table below shows the dimensions of guyed pole and their corresponding resulting strengths.
We can compare the available strength of a single pole with the strength of the same size of pole reinforced with
guying.
GUYED WOODEN POLES
HEIGHT (m)
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
Min .Ø at
pole top (mm)
140
140
140
140
150
150
150
Min. Ø at 1 meter
from pole bottom (mm)
190
200
210
220
230
235
245
10 000
Available strength (N)
8 000
Min .Ø at
pole top (mm)
150
155
155
155
165
165
165
Min. Ø at 1 meter
from pole bottom (mm)
210
220
230
240
250
260
270
16 000
Available strength (N)
12 500
10 000
Min .Ø at
pole top (mm)
170
170
170
170
180
180
180
Min. Ø at 1 meter
from pole bottom (mm)
230
240
250
260
270
280
290
20 000
Available strength (N)
16 000
CONTRIBUTION OF GUYING
STRENGTH OF A SINGLE POLE (N)
1 400
1 900
2 550
STRENGHT OF A GUYED POLE (N)
From 8 000
to 10 000
From 10 000
to 16 000
From 16 000
to 20 000
MULTIPLIER FACTOR
From 5,7 to 7,1
From 5,3 to 8,4
From 6,3 to 7,8
Depending on the type of installation, the guying system will increase the pole strength by 5,3 to 8,4 times.
This significant increase of strength is due to the fact that the mechanical strains are taken by the guying system
(extremly resistant to traction) instead of the pole itself.
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Technical data
3. Geometry of guying
The table below defines the minimal distance from the anchoring point to the pole base, depending on its height.
It also gives the minimum length the guying should have.
GEOMETRY OF GUYING
POLE HEIGHT (m)
MINIMUM DISTANCE BETWEEN
ANCHOR POINT AND POLE BASE (m)
MINIMUM LENGTH OF GUYING (m)
(Not only the guy-wire but all the guying
system
7
4,90
8,54
8
5,60
9,76
9
6,30
10,98
10
7,00
12,2
11
7,70
13,42
12
8,40
14,64
13
9,10
15,86
14
9,80
17,08
15
10,50
18,3
16
11,20
19,52
17
11,90
20,74
18
12,60
21,96
19
13,30
23,18
20
14,00
24,4
21
14,70
25,62
22
15,40
26,84
In order to ensure a good stability and an optimal strength of the pole, distance between anchoring point and pole
base must be at least 70 % of the pole height, hence a minimal length of guying of at least 122 % of pole height.
The depth of anchoring depends of course from the type of pole used and the characteristic of the soil where it is
installed.
A general rule is that the anchoring depth should be at least 1,3 meters for pole with a nominal strength of 1 400 N,
1,5 meters for poles with a 1900N nominal strength, and 1,6 meters for poles with 2 550 N nominal strength.
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SOILS CLASSIFICATIONS
The mechanical strength of any anchoring system depends of different parameters, like its geometry of installation
or the soil properties (type, thickness of sediments, geotechnical properties).
In order to choose the best anchoring method and to estimate its mechanical strength, it is therefore essential to
take in account the nature of the soil where the guying system will be installed.
The example below shows the classification of soils used in European countries as defined by Eurocode8.
Depending on the country of reference, the classification of the soils will change but the logic stays the same (only
the names and the numbers of category change).
PARAMETERS
CLASS
OF SOIL
DESCRIPTION
SYNTHESIS
A
Solid rock or any geological formation of this type
with a surface layer of not more than 5 m of weaker
material.
Sound hard
rock.
B
Dense sand, gravel or very hard clay with at least Soils with good mechanical
tens of meters thickness, characterized by a gradual resistance, homogeneus
increase with depth in mechanical properties.
and compact.
C
Medium dense coarse sand and gravel or stiff to Soils with medium mechanical
very stiff clays with thickness from tens to hundreds resistance, medium dense or 180 - 360
of meters.
weathered rock.
D
E
Loose to medium dense soil (with or without
coherent soft layers) or with a majority of soft
to firm cohesive soils.
Profil of soils with a surface layer made of silts
with vs values as per class C or D and a thickness
between 5 m and 20 m, lying on a stiffer material
with vs > 800m/s.
Soils with low mechanical
resistance, soft-firm clays,
swamp march,…
vS,30 (m/s) NSPT low/30 cm) Cu (kPa)
> 800
360 - 800
< 180
> 50
> 250
15 - 50
70 - 250
< 15
< 70
Soils of class C or D lying
on solid rock.
Vs,30 is the speed of shearing waves, NSPT is the number of strokes per normalized penetration test, and Cu is the
resistance to shearing of the undrained soil.
The nominal strength of a given anchor will greatly varies with the class of soil. As an example, an expanding anchor
of 200 mm diameter (8 inches) will hold a traction force up to 12 000 daN (26 500 lbs) in a class B soil but only
4 500 daN (10 000 lbs) in a class D soil, so 3 times less.
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CATALOG
1
Earth
anchoring
Earth anchor
There are different anchoring methods to link the guy wire to the Earth. Each of them has its own advantages
depending on the conditions of installation and nature of the soil.
ANCHORING METHOD
ELEMENTS
Metallic sole
1
Sole anchoring
Anchor rod with washer
Anchor Plate
2
Plate anchoring
Anchor rod
Expending anchor
3
Expending type anchoring
Anchor rod
Curved washer (+ wood log)
4
Log anchoring
Anchor rod
5
Screw type anchoring
6
Anchoring in rock
Screw anchor
Rock anchor
Wedge
7
Anchor extension
Anchor extension
8
Pole bearing plate
Pole bearing plate
The use of a metallic sole associated with an anchor rod is a simple way of anchoring a guy wire to the earth. The
sole is directly burried into the ground with the rod attached to it, only the tip of the rod stays out to attach the guy
wire.
The sole can take all the traction strains because of its wide surface in contact with the earth.
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CATALOG
Sole anchor
METALLIC SOLE
PA-300
A
e
a
b
Part
Number
mm
inches
mm
inches
mm
inches
mm
inches
PA 300
300
(11.81)
6
(15/64)
28
(1.10)
50
(1.97)
PA 400
400
(15.75)
10
(25/64)
28
(1.10)
50
(1.97)
PA 600
600
(25.62)
12
(15/32)
35
(1.38)
50
(2,56)
ANCHOR ROD
TA 28-2300
D
Ø
L
Part
Number
mm
inches
mm
inches
mm
inches
TA 20-1900
20
(25/32)
22
(55/64)
1 900
(74.8)
TA 27-2300
27
(1.06)
22
(55/64)
2 300
(90.6)
PA 2-31/6
PA 3-31/6
ANCHORING SYSTEM FOR TELECOMS
TA 31/5
Length
mm
inches
PA 2-31/6
200
(7.9)
PA 3-31/6
300
(11.8)
TA 31/5
12
ØD
Part
Number
mm
inches
1 700
(66.9)
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1
Earth
anchoring
Plate anchoring
ANCHOR PLATE
P-400P
A
Tensile strength
Surface
Part
Number
mm
inches
daN
lbs
P-256P
406
16
7 000
(15 419)
(165 161)
256
P-400P
508
20
10 000
(22 026)
(258 064)
400
P-900PHQ
762
30
36 000
(79 295)
(580 644)
900
ANCHOR ROD
Double thimble eye
Rod Ø
mm
Single
Double
Triple
Quadruple
inches thimble eye thimble eye thimble eye thimble eye
For rod with Ø
sq. mm sq. inches
inches
(16-19)
5/8 - 3/4
(16 - 19 - 25 - 32) 5/8 - 3/4 - 1 - 1¼
(32)
Triple thimble eye
Max wire Ø
mm
1-1/4
Quadruple thimble eye
Length
Tensile strength
mm
inches
mm
feet
daN
lbs
(15,9)
5/8
P-586ST
P-586DT
(9,5)
3/8
(1,8)
6
(6 680)
15000
(15,9)
5/8
P-587ST
P-587DT
(9,5)
3/8
(2,1)
7
(6 680)
15000
(15,9)
5/8
P-588ST
P-588DT
(9,5)
3/8
(2,4)
8
(6 680)
15000
(19,0)
3/4
P-347ST
P-347DT
P-347TT
(9,5)
3/8
(2,1)
7
(10 240)
23000
(19,0)
3/4
P-348ST
P-348DT
P-348TT
(9,5)
3/8
(2,4)
8
(10 240)
23000
(19,0)
3/4
P-349DT
P-349TT
(9,5)
3/8
(2,7)
9
(10 240)
23000
(19,0)
3/4
P-3410DT
P-3410TT
(9,5)
3/8
(3,1)
10
(10 240)
23000
(25,4)
1
P-18DT
P-18TT
(11,1)
7/16
(2,4)
8
(16 030)
36000
(25,4)
1
P-19DT
P-19TT
(11,1)
7/16
(2,7)
9
(16 030)
36000
(25,4)
1
P-110DT
P-110TT
(7,9)
5/16
(3,1)
10
(16 030)
36000
(31,8)
1-1/4
P-1148TT
(11,1)
7/16
(2,4)
8
(22 270)
50000
(31,8)
1-1/4
(11,1)
7/16
(2,7)
9
(22 270)
50000
(31,8)
1-1/4
(12,7)
1/2
(3,1)
10
(22 270)
50000
P-1149QT
P-11410TT
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Expending type anchor
EXPENDING ANCHOR
P-135X
Hole Ø
Anchor surface
mm
inches
sq. mm
sq. inches
mm
inches
P-135X
(203)
8
(87 097)
135
(16 - 19)
5/8 - 3/4
P-200X
(254)
10
(129 032)
200
(19 - 25)
3/4 - 1
P-300X
(305)
12
(193 548)
300
(25 - 32)
1 - 1-1/4
ANCHOR ROD
Double thimble eye
Triple thimble eye
Rod Ø
mm
14
Anchor rod Ø
Part
Number
Single
Double
Triple
Quadruple
inches thimble eye thimble eye thimble eye thimble eye
Max wire Ø
Quadruple thimble eye
Length
Tensile strength
mm
inches
mm
feet
daN
lbs
(15,9)
5/8
P-586ST
P-586DT
(9,5)
3/8
(1,8)
6
(6 680)
15000
(15,9)
5/8
P-587ST
P-587DT
(9,5)
3/8
(2,1)
7
(6 680)
15000
(15,9)
5/8
P-588ST
P-588DT
(9,5)
3/8
(2,4)
8
(6 680)
15000
(19,0)
3/4
P-347ST
P-347DT
P-347TT
(9,5)
3/8
(2,1)
7
(10 240)
23000
(19,0)
3/4
P-348ST
P-348DT
P-348TT
(9,5)
3/8
(2,4)
8
(10 240)
23000
(19,0)
3/4
P-349DT
P-349TT
(9,5)
3/8
(2,7)
9
(10 240)
23000
(19,0)
3/4
P-3410DT
P-3410TT
(9,5)
3/8
(3,1)
10
(10 240)
23000
(25,4)
1
P-18DT
P-18TT
(11,1)
7/16
(2,4)
8
(16 030)
36000
(25,4)
1
P-19DT
P-19TT
(11,1)
7/16
(2,7)
9
(16 030)
36000
(25,4)
1
P-110DT
P-110TT
(7,9)
5/16
(3,1)
10
(16 030)
36000
(31,8)
1-1/4
P-1148TT
(11,1)
7/16
(2,4)
8
(22 270)
50000
(31,8)
1-1/4
(11,1)
7/16
(2,7)
9
(22 270)
50000
(31,8)
1-1/4
(12,7)
1/2
(3,1)
10
(22 270)
50000
P-1149QT
P-11410TT
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Earth
anchoring
Log anchoring
CURvED WASHER
P-9966CW
Dimensions
Hole Ø
Thickness
Part
Number
mm
inches
mm
inches
mm
inches
P-9966CW
(152 × 152)
6×6
(28,6)
1-1/8
(15,9)
5/8
P-9977CW
(178 × 178)
7×7
(34,9)
1-3/8
(19,1)
3/4
ANCHOR ROD
Double thimble eye
Rod Ø
mm
Single
Double
Triple
Quadruple
inches thimble eye thimble eye thimble eye thimble eye
Triple thimble eye
Max wire Ø
Quadruple thimble eye
Length
Tensile strength
mm
inches
mm
feet
daN
lbs
(15,9)
5/8
P-586ST
P-586DT
(9,5)
3/8
(1,8)
6
(6 680)
15000
(15,9)
5/8
P-587ST
P-587DT
(9,5)
3/8
(2,1)
7
(6 680)
15000
(15,9)
5/8
P-588ST
P-588DT
(9,5)
3/8
(2,4)
8
(6 680)
15000
(19,0)
3/4
P-347ST
P-347DT
P-347TT
(9,5)
3/8
(2,1)
7
(10 240)
23000
(19,0)
3/4
P-348ST
P-348DT
P-348TT
(9,5)
3/8
(2,4)
8
(10 240)
23000
(19,0)
3/4
P-349DT
P-349TT
(9,5)
3/8
(2,7)
9
(10 240)
23000
(19,0)
3/4
P-3410DT
P-3410TT
(9,5)
3/8
(3,1)
10
(10 240)
23000
(25,4)
1
P-18DT
P-18TT
(11,1)
7/16
(2,4)
8
(16 030)
36000
(25,4)
1
P-19DT
P-19TT
(11,1)
7/16
(2,7)
9
(16 030)
36000
(25,4)
1
P-110DT
P-110TT
(7,9)
5/16
(3,1)
10
(16 030)
36000
(31,8)
1-1/4
P-1148TT
(11,1)
7/16
(2,4)
8
(22 270)
50000
(31,8)
1-1/4
(11,1)
7/16
(2,7)
9
(22 270)
50000
(31,8)
1-1/4
(12,7)
1/2
(3,1)
10
(22 270)
50000
P-1149QT
P-11410TT
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CATALOG
Screw type anchoring
SCREW TYPE ANCHOR
P-346SA
Helix Ø
Rod Ø
mm
inches
mm
inches
mm
inches
P-346SA
(152)
6
(19,1)
3/4
(1 676)
66
P-347SA
(178)
7
(19,1)
3/4
(1 676)
66
P-180SA
(203)
8
(25,4)
1
(1 676)
66
P-11410SA (66)
(254)
10
(31,8)
1-1/4
(1 676)
66
P-11410SA
(254)
10
(31,8)
1-1/4
(2 438)
96
Anchoring in rock
ROCK ANCHOR
P-112RA
16
Length
Part
Number
Rod Ø
Length
Part
Number
mm
inches
mm
inches
P-112RA
(25,4)
1
(305)
12
P-118RA
(25,4)
1
(457)
18
P-11W
Wedge only
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1
Earth
anchoring
Anchor extension
ANCHOR EXTENSION
P-343AE
Rod Ø
Length
Tensile strength
Part
Number
mm
inches
m
feet
daN
lbs
P-343AE
(19,1)
3/4
(0,9)
3
(8 240)
18 500
P-344AE
(19,1)
3/4
(1,2)
4
(8 240)
18 500
P-345AE
(19,1)
3/4
(1,5)
5
(8 240)
18 500
P-1143AE
(31,8)
1-1/4
(0,9)
3
(31 530)
70 800
Pole bearing plate
POLE BEARING PLATE
A
B
Dimensions
C
Thickness
Part
Number
mm
inches
mm
inches
PL-AC-OCT-9.5-900
900 × 900
(35,4 × 35,4)
(9,5)
3/8
A
PL-AC-OCT-9.5-1200
1200 × 1200
(47,2 × 47,2)
(9,5)
3/8
A
PL-AC-OCT-9.5-762
762 × 762
(30 × 30)
(9,5)
3/8
B
PL-AC-OCT-9.5-600
600 × 600
(23,6 × 23,6)
(9,5)
3/8
C
PL-AC-OCT-9.5-750
750 × 750
(29,5 × 29,5)
(9,5)
3/8
C
Type
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CATALOG
Clevis
CLEvIS
M3D
M13AD
M518
Pin Ø
Opening
Part
Number
mm
inches
mm
M13AD
12
(15/32)
M3D
14
M518
20
Tensile Strenght
inches
Number of wire
accomodated
daN
lbs
15
(19/32)
1
4 000
(8 810)
(35/64)
26
(1.02)
1
7 500
(16 520)
(25/32)
35
(1-3/8)
2
12 000
(26 430)
CLEvIS FOR TELECOMS
CH16S
18
Pin Ø
M10-35
Opening
Part
Number
mm
inches
mm
M10-35
10
(25/64)
M12-45
12
G2130 7/16
CH16S
Tensile Strenght
inches
Number of wire
accomodated
daN
lbs
20
(25/32)
1
900
(1 980)
(15/32)
26
1-1/32
1
1 900
(4 190)
12.5
(31/64)
19
(3/4)
1
4 000
(8 810)
16
(5/8)
20
(25/32)
1
12 000
(26 430)
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CATALOG
2
Attachment
of guy wire
Guy thimble
GUY THIMBLE
A
B
C
Wire Ø
Part
Number
Type
208S
mm
8
inches
(5/16)
210S
10
(25/64)
A
212S
12
(15/32)
A
310S
10
(25/64)
B
P-14GT
(6.3)
1/4
C
P-516GT
(7.9)
5/16
C
P-38GT
(9.5)
3/8
C
P-12GT
(12.7)
1/2
C
P-58GT
(15.9)
5/8
C
A
GUY THIMBLE FOR TELECOMS
A
Part
Number
B
Wire Ø
C
Type
D10
mm
10
inches
(25/64)
CC70 (D12)
12
(15/32)
A
D16
26
(1.02)
A
D22
30
(1.18)
A
A
D26
30
(1.18)
A
CCC18
18
(45/64)
B
TCB35GR
12
(15/32)
C
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CATALOG
Clamp
GUY CLAMP
A
B
Wire range
Part
Number
mm
Type
inches
SC14
10
(25/64)
A
P-5GC
(4,7 to 9,5)
3/16 to 3/8
B
P-30GC
(4,7 to 11,1)
3/16 to 7/16
B
P-50GC
(7,9 to 12,7)
5/16 to 1/2
B
GUY CLAMP FOR TELECOMS
SC 2B
SC 3B
Wire range
Tensile strength
Part
Number
mm
inches
daN
lbs
SC 2B
3 to 6
(1/8 to 15/64)
2 000
(4 410)
SC 3B
6 to 13
(15/64-33/64)
3 000
(6 610)
AUTOMATIC CLAMP
PHA 100
20
Wire range
Tensile strength
Part
Number
mm
inches
daN
lbs
PHA 100
10 to 11
(25/64 to 7/16)
7 000
(15 420)
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CATALOG
2
Attachment
of guy wire
AUTOMATIC CLAMP FOR TELECOMS
270
PHA 66
Releasable rigid bail
Wire range
Tensile strength
Part
Number
mm
inches
daN
lbs
PHA 46
4 to 5
(5/32 to 13/64)
1 500
(3 300)
PHA 66
6 to 7
(15/64 to 9/32)
1 500
(3 300)
Guy Grip
PREFORMED GUY GRIP
Wire range
Length
Part
Number
mm
inches
mm
inches
P-7140GE
(6,3)
1/4
(635)
25
P-7516GE
(7,9)
5/16
(762)
30
P-7380GE
(9,5)
3/8
(889)
35
P-7716GE
(11,1)
7/16
(965)
38
P-7120GE
(12,7)
1/2
(1 143)
45
P-7916GE
(14,3)
9/16
(1 397)
55
P-7580GE
(15,9)
5/8
(1 626)
64
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CATALOG
Guy wire
GUY CLAMP
CHA10 40
P-78014GW
Wire Ø
Strand Ø
Breaking Strength
Part
Number
mm
inches
mm
inches
daN
lbs
P-78014GW
(6,3)
1/4
7
(2,0)
0,08
(2 850)
6 400
CHA
6,6
(17/64)
7
2,2
(0,09)
3 080
(6 780)
P-78516GW
(7,9)
5/16
7
(2,6)
0,10
(4 990)
11 200
P-78038GW
(9,5)
3/8
7
(3,0)
0,12
(6 860)
15 400
CHA10
10,0
(25/64)
19
2,0
(0,08)
8 250
(18 172)
P-78716GW
(11,1)
7/16
7
(3,7)
0,15
(9 260)
20 800
P-78012GW
(12,7)
1/2
7
(4,2)
0,17
(11 980)
26 900
P-78058GW
(15,9)
5/8
7
(5,3)
0,21
(18 880)
42 400
Stranding
Guy wire protection
P-700GG
PLASTIC GUY GUARD
Profil
P-700YG
22
Length
Part
Number
m
feet
P-700YG
(2,1)
7
Yellow
P-700GG
(2,1)
7
Green
Color
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CATALOG
3
Guy wires / Protection /
insulation
Guy wire insulation
PORCELAIN STRAIN INSULATOR
NT2
Length L
Width D
Ød
Tensile strength
Part
Number
mm
inches
mm
inches
mm
inches
daN
lbs
P-54.1STRAIN
(89)
3-1/2
(64)
2-1/2
(36)
1-3/8
4 500
(9 910)
P-54.2STRAIN
(108)
4-1/4
(73)
2-7/8
(50)
2
5 300
(11 670)
NT1
140
(5-1/2)
75
(3)
27
(1-1/16)
10 000
(22 030)
P-54.3STRAIN
(140)
5-1/2
(86)
3-3/8
(44)
1-3/4
9 000
(19 820)
NT2
170
(6-3/4)
95
(3-3/4)
32
(1-1/4)
15 000
(33 040)
P-54.4STRAIN
(171)
6-3/4
(89)
3-1/2
(32)
1-1/4
9 000
(19 820)
FIBER GLASS ROD INSULATOR
Part
Number
ISOHAUB
Tensile strength
daN
lbs
15 000
(33 040)
Possibility to adjust the characteristics to your needs.
Flashover voltage under rain
16 kV
Creepage distance
mm
inches
400
(15,7)
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CATALOG
Pole anchoring
POLE BAND
CA 80-165
Fig.I
Fig.II
Material : galvanized steel
Pole Ø
Band width
Part
Number
mm
inches
mm
inches
CA 80-135
135
(5,3)
80
(3,1)
I
CA 80-165
165
(6,5)
80
(3,1)
I
CA 120-200
200
(7,9)
120
(4,7)
II
CA 120-240
240
(9,4)
120
(4,7)
II
Type
UNIvERSAL ANCHORING BRACKET FOR TELECOMS
Material : High mechanical characteristics
aluminium alloy.
30°
24
Part
Number
Minimum tensile strength (F)
CASHT
2 700 daN or 5 950 lbs
F
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CATALOG
4
Pole
anchoring
GUY HOOK
Material : galvanized steel
Assembly with bolts
Bolts Ø
Tensile Strength
Part
Number
mm
inches
daN
lbs
P-1GH
(15,9 to 19,1)
5/8 to 3/4
6000
(13 490)
25
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CATALOG
Turnbuckles
ROUND EYE TO ROUND EYE
Material : galvanized steel
Rod Ø
Eye Opening
Stroke length
Tensile Strength
Part
Number
mm
inches
mm
inches
mm
inches
daN
lbs
TL 10 OO
10
(25/64)
14
(35/64)
80
(3,10)
2 000
(4 410)
TL 12 OO
12
(15/32)
19
(3/4)
100
(3,90)
3 200
(7 050)
TL 14 OO
14
(35/64)
19
(3/4)
115
(4,50)
4 000
(8 810)
TL 16 OO
16
(5/8)
24
(15/16)
130
(5,10)
5 000
(11 010)
TL 18 OO
18
(45/64)
26
(1,02)
150
(5,90)
6 500
(14 320)
TL 24 OO
24
(15/16)
28
(1,10)
185
(7,30)
13 500
(29 740)
HOOK TO ROUND EYE
Material : galvanized steel
26
Rod Ø
Eye Opening
Hook opening
Stroke length
Tensile Strength
Part
Number
mm
inches
mm
inches
mm
inches
mm
inches
daN
lbs
TL 10 OC
10
(25/64)
14
(35/64)
12
(15/32)
80
(3,1)
500
(1 100)
TL 12 OC
12
(15/32)
19
(3/4)
15
(19/32)
100
(3,9)
750
(1 650)
TL 14 OC
14
(35/64)
19
(3/4)
16
(5/8)
115
(4,5)
950
(2 090)
TL 16 OC
16
(5/8)
24
(15/16)
21
(53/64)
130
(5,1)
1 200
(2 640)
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CATALOG
5
Guy wire tension
adjustment
JAW TO JAW
Material : galvanized steel
Rod Ø
Jaw opening
Stroke length
Part
Number
mm
inches
mm
inches
mm
inches
TL CC
10 to 25
(3/8 to 1)
14 to 33
(35/64-1,31)
152 to 457
(6 to 18)
Tensile Strength
daN
lbs
2 720-22 700 6 000-50 000
FOR TELECOMS
TL 12 OC
Material : galvanized steel
Rod Ø
TL 12 OO
Eye Opening
Tensile Strength
Part
Number
mm
inches
mm
inches
daN
lbs
T50
10
(25/64)
15
(19/32)
360
(790)
TL 12 OC
12
(15/32)
22
(55/64)
510
(1 120)
TL 12 OO
12
(15/32)
22
(55/64)
1 600
(3 520)
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CATALOG
Universal pole mounting system for rock (Tri-Anchor®)
POSSIBLE CONFIGURATIONS
P-9UT
P-9VM
Pole Ø
mm
inches
Number
of legs
vertical type P-9vM
(200 to 305)
8 to 12
3
Inclined type P-9UT
(200 to 305)
vertical type P-9vM
(280 to 405)
11 to 16
4
Inclined type P-9UT
(280 to 405)
vertical type P-9vM
(355 to 510)
14 to 20
5
Inclined type P-9UT
(355 to 510)
16 to 30
4, 5 ou 6
Type of legs
Inclined type (transmission) P-12UT (405 to 760)
28
P-12UT
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CATALOG
6
Universal pole mounting
system for rock
TRI-ANCHOR MECHANICAL STRENGTH
Pole
Ø
mm
inches
(200)
8
Number
of legs
Moment on ground line to
obtain a 5 degres deflection
Failure moment on ground line
N.m
ft.lbs
N.m
ft.lbs
(35 940)
26 460
(65 900)
48 510
(40 440)
29 767
(76 380)
56 228
(44 930)
33 075
(86 860)
63 945
(230)
9
(255)
10
(280)
11
(49 420)
36 382
(97 350)
71 663
(305)
12
(53 910)
39 690
(107 830)
79 380
(280)
11
(47 920)
35 280
(89 860)
66 150
(305)
12
(57 510)
42 336
(98 840)
72 765
(330)
13
(67 090)
49 392
(107 830)
79 380
(355)
14
(76 680)
56 448
(116 810)
85 995
(380)
15
(86 260)
63 504
(125 800)
92 610
(405)
16
(95 850)
70 560
(134 790)
99 225
(355)
14
(104 830)
77 175
(134 790)
99 225
(380)
15
(112 320)
82 687
(140 280)
103 268
(405)
16
(119 810)
88 200
(145 770)
107 310
(430)
17
(127 300)
93 712
(151 260)
111 353
(455)
18
(134 850)
99 275
(156 750)
115 395
(485)
19
(142 270)
104 737
(162 240)
119 438
(510)
20
(149 760)
110 250
(167 730)
123 480
3
4
5
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CATALOG
Temporary guying of damaged supports
GUYING ROD
Ø
Length
Weight
Part
Number
mm
inches
mm
feet
kg
lbs
CRAHAUB1
40
(1,57)
1 000
(3,3)
10
(22)
CRAHAUB1.5
40
(1,57)
1 500
(4,9)
15
(33)
TEMPORARY MOUNTING CONFIGURATION (EXAMPLE)
Attachment to the pole
Guy thimble + Clevis
Guy wire
Insulator
Guying rod
Pole
30
Guy clamp
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Guying systems for overhead distribution lines and telecommunication networks
TYPICAL POLES IN FRANCE
TYPE OF
NETWORK
BARE CABLE
HS190
INSULATED CABLE
Rep
Type of pole
HS 140
HS 255
HS 325
1
Anchor rod with
anchor plate
Ø20 ×
1 900mm
HS190
2
Anchor plate
3
Clevis
4
Guy wire
5
Guy Thimble
4
3
6
Cable clamp
4
2
7
Strain insulator
Rm = 15 000 daN (×1)
8
Turnbuckle
Ø18
9
Pole band
Ø165
Ø20 ×
1 900mm
Ø27 × 2 300mm
HS 255
HS 325
Ø27 × 2 300mm
Depending on the class of soils, width 300, 400 or 600mm
2
1
Ø10mm (19×20/10) – Doubled guy wire – Required length = 2,6×h
Ø24
Ø165
Ø18
Ø200
Ø240
9
8
3
5
6
4
7
4
6
5
3
1
2
32
HS 140
Ø165
Ø24
Ø165
Ø200
Ø240
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Guying systems for overhead distribution lines and telecommunication networks
Typical
Introduction
Poles
Mechanical
principle
6
TYPICAL POLES IN CANADA
REF
DESCRIPTION
TYPICAL DIMENSIONS
1
Anchor rod with square nut
Rod diameter and number of thimble depending
on number of guy wire
1 bis
Anchor rod extension
Diametre en fonction du nombre de hauban
2
Anchor plate
Plate area depending on number of guy wire and
class of soil
2 bis
Curved washer
Width 6 or 7 inches
2 ter
Rock anchor
Length 12 or 18 inches
3
Preformed guy grip
As per guy wire diameter
4
Guy wire
Typical Ø : ¼ – 5/16 – 3/8 – 7/16
5
Guy hook
One guy hook per guy wire
6
Bolts, nuts and washers
Bolts with 5/8 or ¾ diameter, depending on
requirements
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