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1HDB050013-YN

Service Instructions
Three-Column Double Break Disconnector Type eDB
Optionally with Built-on Earthing Switch Type TEC

Rated Voltages : 36.145kV Rated Currents : 1600.2500 A

ABB LIMITED
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Contents
1 Please Read First .................................................................................................................... 1 1.1 1.2 1.3 2 2.1 2.2 2.3 3 3.1 3.2 4 4.1 4.2 5 5.1 5.2 5.3 5.4 6 6.1 6.2 6.3 6.4 7 7.1 7.2 8 8.1 8.2 9 9.1 9.2 10 11 Copyright ........................................................................................................................ 1 Guarantee ...................................................................................................................... 1 Conventions.................................................................................................................... 1 Disconnector................................................................................................................... 2 Earthing Switch ............................................................................................................... 2 Variants .......................................................................................................................... 2 Parallel Arrangement of Disconnector Poles .................................................................. 3 Series Arrangement of Disconnector Poles .................................................................... 3 Disconnector................................................................................................................... 4 Earthing Switch ............................................................................................................... 5 General ........................................................................................................................... 6 Disconnector................................................................................................................... 6 Earthing Switch ............................................................................................................... 7 Interlocking ..................................................................................................................... 7 General Electrical Data ................................................................................................... 8 General Mechanical Data ............................................................................................... 8 General Main Dimensions .............................................................................................. 9 Minimum Distances between Disconnector Poles ........................................................ 10 Disconnector................................................................................................................. 11 Earthing Switch ............................................................................................................. 12 Shipping ....................................................................................................................... 13 Storage ......................................................................................................................... 13 Tools and Materials ...................................................................................................... 14 Treatment of Contact Surfaces and Intersection Surfaces ............................................ 15

Function ................................................................................................................................... 2

Mounting Alternatives .............................................................................................................. 3

Basic Design ............................................................................................................................ 4

Mode of Operation ................................................................................................................... 6

Technical Data ......................................................................................................................... 8

Scope of Supply ..................................................................................................................... 11

Shipping and Storage ............................................................................................................ 13

Mounting, General ................................................................................................................. 14

Mounting of Disconnector ...................................................................................................... 16 Mounting of Operating Mechanism for Disconnector ............................................................. 21 11.1 11.2 Direct Mounting .......................................................................................................... 21 Separate Mounting ..................................................................................................... 25

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Mounting of Coupling of Disconnectors, Cabling.................................................................... 33 Mounting of Operating Mechanism for Earthing Switch ......................................................... 43 13.1 13.2 Direct Mounting .......................................................................................................... 43 Separate Mounting ..................................................................................................... 45 Earthing Switch Poles in Parallel ................................................................................ 53 Earthing Switch Poles in Series and Mounting on Individual Disconnector poles .63

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Mounting of Earthing Switch .................................................................................................. 53 14.1 14.2

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Mounting of Mechanical Interlocking ...................................................................................... 76 Commissioning and De-commissioning ................................................................................. 79 16.1 16.2 16.3 16.4 16.5 Commissioning of Disconnector ................................................................................. 79 Commissioning of Earthing Switch Commissioning steps: .......................................... 79 Commissioning of Operating Mechanism for Disconnector ......................................... 79 Commissioning of Operating Mechanism for Earthing Switch ..................................... 79 De-commissioning ...................................................................................................... 80 Treatment of Contact Surfaces and Intersection Surfaces .......................................... 82 Disconnector............................................................................................................... 84 Earthing Switch ........................................................................................................... 86 Order Information........................................................................................................ 90 Disconnector............................................................................................................... 91 Earthing Switch ........................................................................................................... 91 Item Numbers ............................................................................................................. 92 Connecting Sets ......................................................................................................... 96

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Maintenance .......................................................................................................................... 81 17.1 17.2 17.3

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Spare Parts ............................................................................................................................ 90 18.1 18.2 18.3

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Lists of Item Numbers ............................................................................................................ 92 19.1 19.2

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Index. ................................................................................................................................... 101


Client's Comments.....102

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Contents of figures
Figure 1: 3-pole Type-eDB three-column double break disconnector in parallel arrangement (basic design) .... 3 Figure 2 : 3 pole Type eDB three-column double break disconnector in series arrangement (basic design) ... 3 Figure 3 : Basic design of type eDB three-column rotary disconnector.............................................................. 4 Figure 4 : Basic design of earthing switch ........................................................................................................ 5 Figure 5 : Mode of operation of type eDB three-column double break disconnector (example: 3-pole in parallel arrangement) ........................................................................................................................................ 6 Figure 6 : Mode of operation of earthing switch (example: 3-pole parallel arrangement) .................................. 7 Figure 7 : General Main dimensions of type eDB three-column rotary disconnector ........................................ 9 Figure 8 : Minimum distance Pmin between poles of disconnector in parallel arrangement ........................... 10 Figure 9 : Minimum distances Pmin between poles in series arrangement..................................................... 10 Figure 10 : Scope of supply of disconnector .................................................................................................... 11 Figure 11 : Scope of supply earthing switch .................................................................................................. 12 Figure 12 : Mounting of disconnector: Shipping of disconnector base (2) its mounting on supporting structure ..17 Figure 13 : Mounting of disconnector: Shipping of pre-mounted disconnector pole if mounting in front of supporting structure (example: Version for rated normal current 1600 A)........................................................ 17 Figure 14 : Mounting of disconnector .............................................................................................................. 18 Figure 15 : Mounting of disconnector Mounting of fixed contacts and mounting of current path on the center column ..19 Figure 16 : Space kept blank For Future Additions .......................................................................................... 19 Figure 17 : Space kept blank For Future Additions .......................................................................................... 20 Figure 18 : Mounting of operating mechanism for disconnector: Direct mounting ........................................... 22 Figure 19 : Mounting of operating mechanism for disconnector, direct mounting ........................................... 23 Figure 20 : Space kept blank For Future Additions ......................................................................................... 24 Figure 21 : Mounting of operating mechanism for disconnector, separate mounting: Measurement m3 <6m. 26 Figure 22 : Mounting of operating mechanism of disconnector, separate mounting if measurement m3 < 6 m: Mounting dimensions ...................................................................................................................................... 27 Figure 23 : Mounting of operating mechanism of disconnector, separate mounting if measurement m3=6..12 m: Mounting dimensions (detail A and detail B) figure 24 ................................................................................ 28 Figure 24 : Mounting of operating mechanism of disconnector, separate mounting if measurement m3=6..12 m: Detal A and Detail B ................................................................................................................................... 29 Figure 25 : Mounting of operating mechanism of disconnector, separate mounting: Laterally offset operating mechanism ...................................................................................................................................................... 30 Figure 26 : Mounting of operating mechanism for disconnector, separate mounting: Mounting of operating lever (74). ........................................................................................................................................................ 31 Figure 27 : Space kept blank For Future Additions ......................................................................................... 32 Figure 28 : Mounting of disconnector: Overview ............................................................................................. 34 Figure 29 : Mounting of coupling of disconnectors: Disconnector poles in parallel ......................................... 35 Figure 30 : Mounting of coupling of disconnector: Disconnector poles in series ............................................ 36 Figure 31 : Mounting of coupling of disconnectors: Mounting of operating rod (37) ........................................ 37 iv

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Figure 32 : Space kept blank For Future Additions ......................................................................................... 38 Figure 33 : Mounting of coupling of disconnectors: Adjustment of operating mechanism for disconnector. .... 39 Figure 34 : Space kept blank For Future Additions .......................................................................................... 40 Figure 35 : Mounting of coupling of disconnectors: Disconnector main contacts engagement ........................ 41 Figure 36 : Mounting of disconnectors : Disconnector main contacts, adjusting measurements..................... 42 Figure 37 : Mounting of operating mechanism for earthing switch: Direct mounting ....................................... 44 Figure 38 : Mounting of operating mechanism for earthing switch, separate mounting: Measurement m3 < 6 ... .46 Figure 39 : Mounting of operating mechanism for earthing switch, separate mounting if measurement m3 < 6 m: Mounting dimensions.................................................................................................................................. 47 Figure 40 : Mounting of operating mechanism for earthing switch, separate mounting if measurement m3 = 6 ... 12 m: Mounting dimensions (Detail A and Detail B: Figure 41) .................................................................... 48 Figure 41 : Figure 42 : Mounting of operating mechanism for earthing switch, separate mounting if measurement Mounting of operating mechanism for earthing switch, separate mounting; Laterally offset m3=6.12 m: Detail A and detail B ................................................................................................................ 49 operating mechanism ...................................................................................................................................... 50 Figure 43 : Mounting of operating mechanism for earthing switch, direct and separate mounting: Mounting of operating lever (76) ......................................................................................................................................... 51 Figure 44 : Space kept blank For Future Additions ......................................................................................... 52 Figure 45 : Mounting of earthing switch, earthing-switch poles in parallel: Mounting of earthing switch link (336) 55 Figure 46 : Mounting of earthing switch, earthing-switch poles in parallel: Mounting of earthing connections (79, 343). Details 1 and detail 2: Two earthing connections for rated short-time currents > 40 kA, 1 sec ........ 56 Figure 47 : Mounting of earthing switch, earthing switch poles in parallel: Spacing dimensions .................... 57 Figure 48 : Mounting of earthing switch, earthing switch poles in parallel; Mounting of coupling piece (342, 334) for connection of earthing shafts 9337) for pole distances P > 2500 mm ................................................ 58 Figure 49 : Mounting of earthing switch, earthing switch poles in parallel: Mounting of earthing-switch lever (19) and operating rod (71).............................................................................................................................. 59 Figure 50 : Space kept blank For Future Additions ......................................................................................... 60 Figure 51 : Mounting of earthing switch, earthing-switch poles in parallel: Adjustment of operating mechanism for earthing switch. .......................................................................................................................................... 61 Figure 52 : Space kept blank For Future Additions ......................................................................................... 62 Figure 53 : Mounting of earthing switch, earthing switch poles in series: Mounting of earthing switch links (336) 65 Figure 54 : Mounting of earthing switch, earthing-switch poles in series: Mounting of earthing connections (79, 343). Detail 1 and detail 2: two earthing connections for rated short-time currents > 40 kA, 1s ................ 66 Figure 55 : Mounting of earthing switch, earthing-switch poles in series: Mounting of coupling rods (15)........ 67 Figure 56 : Mounting of earthing switch, earthing switch poles in series; Adjusting measurements for earthingswitch shaft (73) and earthing switch lever (339). ............................................................................................ 68 Figure 57 : Space kept blank For Future Additions ......................................................................................... 69 v

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Figure 58 : Mounting of earthing switch, earthing-switch pole sin series: Mounting of earthing switch lever (19) and operating rod(71) ...................................................................................................................................... 70 Figure 59 : Space Kept back For Future Additions .......................................................................................... 71 Figure 60 : Mounting of earthing switch, earthing switch poles in series: Adjustment of operating mechanism for earthing switch. .......................................................................................................................................... 72 Figure 61 : Space kept blank for Future Additions ........................................................................................... 73 Figure 62 : Mounting of earthing switch: Mounting of earthing contact (18) for rated voltages 123.170 kV and rated peak withstand voltages 100 kA ................................................................................................... 74 Figure 63 : Space kept blank For Future Additions .......................................................................................... 74 Figure 64 : Mounting of earthing switch: Earthing contact (18), adjusting measurements ............................... 75 Figure 65 : Mounting of mechanical interlocking: Adjusting measurement of mechanical between disconnector and earthing switch ......................................................................................................................................... 77 Figure 66 : Interlock principle and setting..78 Figure 67 : Maintenance of disconnector: replacement of contact fingers (66) and contact pieces (67) .......... 85 Figure 68 : Maintenance of earthing switch: replacement of earthing contact (18). ......................................... 87 Figure 69: Space kept blank For Future Additions .......................................................................................... 88 Figure 70 : Maintenance of earthing switch: contact finger dimensions. ......................................................... 88 Figure 71 : Space kept blank For Future Additions ......................................................................................... 91

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1HDB050013-YN 1 Please Read First


To our clients: These service instructions have been carefully written. They are intended to allow the safe and reliable operation of our products. However, should you be dissatisfied with these service instructions, please let us know. At the end of these service instructions you will find a form you can use for this purpose. 1.1 Copyright We reserve all rights in respect of this document and the product represented therein. The contents of this document may not without our positive consent be reproduced, notified to third parties or otherwise used. ABB Ltd India. 1.2 Guarantee If these service instructions are followed, this will, in our experience, guarantee the safe and reliable operation of our products. Please contact us or our nearest representative if the safe and reliable operation of our products is no longer guaranteed because of incorrect missing information. Our address is given below: ABB Limited Maneja Works - Disconnector division Maneja Vadodara 390013 INDIA We accept no responsibility whatsoever in respect of any direct or indirect damage or loss arising through the incorrect use of our products. Subject to change without notice. 1.3 Conventions Important texts: In our service instructions, particularly important texts are specially identified: Notice Caution Warning A thus identified text always contains Information of particular importance. Thus identified text always points out risks to plant and equipment. A thus identified text always points out risk of physical injury and danger to life.

We expressly draw your attention to the fact that the thus identified texts must under all circumstances be complied with. If the thus identified texts are not complied with, no guarantee claims will be entertained.

Item numbers: In the illustrations in these service instructions, numbers are used to identify parts of equipment. These numbers are item numbers. A list of all item numbers can be found at the end of these service instructions. The same numbers are, wherever practical , also used in the text. Item numbers in the text are always given in parentheses, e.g. (221).

1HDB050013-YN 2 Function
2.1 Disconnector Electrical isolation of parts of networks High-voltage disconnectors are used for the electrical isolation of electrical high-voltage networks. When switched off, they form a visible isolating distance. High-voltage disconnectors are switched under no-load conditions. Small capacitive or inductive currents, of the kind that occur during the discharge of disconnected overhead-line or cable sections, are controlled. Outdoor installation and formation of groups Three-column double break disconnector described in these service instructions is a single-pole disconnector for outdoor installation. Three such disconnector can be coupled to form a group for three phase operation. Standards The type eDB Three-column double break disconnector conforms to the following standards: IEC 62271-102 and IEC 62271-1

2.2 Earthing Switch Earthing and short-circuiting In order to earth and short-circuit switched-off parts of plant, it is possible to mount: one or two earthing switches per pole. 2.3 Variants Selection of variant of client The type eDB Three-column double break disconnector is available in a wide range of variants. These service instructions are valid for all variants. The information on the different variants is structured in such a way that a clear distinction can be made.

1HDB050013-YN 3 Mounting Alternatives


The disconnector poles of a 2- or 3-pole group can be arranged in parallel or in series. The pole and side for mounting of operating mechanism can be freely specified when ordering. Notice The side for mounting the operating mechanism is finalized with the order. Later changes are not possible

3.1 Parallel Arrangement of Disconnector Poles


Figure 1 shows a 3-pole type eDB three-column double break disconnector with two earthing switches in parallel arrangement.

Figure 1 : 3-pole Type-eDB three-column double break disconnector in parallel arrangement (basic design) 3.2 Series Arrangement of Disconnector Poles Figure 2 shows the type eDB two-column rotary disconnector with one earthing switch in series arrangement.

Figure 2 : 3pole Type eDB three-column double break disconnector in series arrangement (basic design)

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4.1 Disconnector Figure 3 and Table 1 contain the most important components of the Type-eDB three-column double break disconnector.

Figure 3 : Basic design of type eDB three-column rotary disconnector Table 1 Basic design of type eDB two-column rotary disconnector Designation Disconnector base Rotary pedestal Support Insulators Centre plate Current path Contact finger Fixed contact assembly Connection head (high voltage terminal) Operating mechanism Item No 2 70 201 6 5 66 67 17 75 Remarks Consisting of: Steel base frame (221), and rotary pedestals (70) Enclosed, maintenance-free Solid core insulators Support Aluminium pipe construction, corrosion-resistant Cu-Cr-Zr alloy, silver-faced Cu, silver-faced Aluminum casting Optionally. Motor-operated or manual operated drive

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4.2 Earthing Switch Figure 2 and Table 2 contain the most important components of the earthing switch.

Figure 4 : Basic design of earthing switch

Table 2 :

Basic design at earthing switch Item No 79 337 23 20 18 77 Remarks Cu, flexible Steel tube, hot-dip galvanized Aluminum Cu-Cr-Zr alloy, silver-faced Cu, silver-faced Optionally: Motor-operated or manual operated drive

Designation Earthing connection Earthing-switch shaft / Gang Rod Tubular contact arm Contact finger Earthing contact Operating mechanism

1HDB050013-YN 5 Mode of Operation


5.1 General The type eDB three column double break disconnector has separate operating mechanisms for the disconnector and the earthing switch. Prevention of automatic opening or closing When the equipment is switched on or off, a dead-center position is passed through just before the end positions are reached. This prevents the automatic opening or closing of the disconnector or earthing switch as a result of: Short-circuit External influences (e.g. storm or earthquake)

5.2 Disconnector

Figure 5 : Mode of operation of type eDB three-column double disconnector (example: 3-pole in parallel arrangement) Operating mechanism The operating mechanism (75) of the disconnector transfers the operating energy via the operating rod (37) to the rotary pedestal (70). The support insulators (201) transfer the torque to the current-path (5), and these pass through an angle of rotation of 76 during switching. Current transfer During switching-on the contact fingers (66) glides over the fixed contact (67). This establishes the connection between the two terminals. The current is transferred via fixed contact (67) to the high-voltage terminals (17).

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Mechanical coupling inside a disconnector group:Via the coupling rods (15), the movement of the operated pole is transferred simultaneously to the other poles of a disconnector group. 5.3 Earthing Switch

Figure 6 : Mode of operation of earthing switch (example: 3-pole parallel arrangement) Operating mechanism The operating mechanism (77) of the earthing switch transfers the operating energy via the operating rod (71) to the earthing-switch shaft (337). The tubular contact arm (23) swivels up (ON) or down (OFF). During switching-on, the contact fingers (20) glide over the earthing contact (18). In the ON end position, they are in preloaded contact against the stop. Earthing connection The earthing connection (79) connects the tubular contact arm (23) to the earthed sectional-steel base frame (221) of the disconnector. 5.4 Interlocking The disconnector and the earthing switch can be interlocked according to the following principle: Disconnector only ON when earthing switch OFF Earthing switch only ON when disconnector OFF Interlocking is mechanical and/or electrical, depending on the version. Notice Mechanical interlocks between disconnector and earthing switch are fitted at the factory Retrofitting in also possible on site. 7

1HDB050013-YN 6 Technical Data


6.1 General Electrical Data Notice The precise electrical data is contained in the data sheets supplied. The data inTable.3 consists of standard values.

Table 3 : General electrical data of type eDB three-column double break disconnector (standard values) kV A kA kA 36 1600/2500 100 40 72.5 1600/2500 100 40 123 1600/2500 100 40 145 1600/2500 100 40

Rated voltage Rated normal current Rated peak-withstand current Rated short-time current (3 sec) Rated power-frequency-withstand voltage(50 Hz, 1 min) - against earth and between poles - over isolating distance Rated lightning-impulse-withstand voltage 1.2/50 s - against earth and between poles - over isolating distance Partial-discharge (Visible corona) voltage Radio-interference voltage 3-phase switching capacity inductive, capacitive

kV kV

70 80

140 160

230 265

275 315

kV kV kV V A

170 195 >27 500


(at 23 kV)

325 375 > 46 500 (at 46kV) 2

550 650 > 80 500 (at 78kV) 2

650 650 >92 500 (at 92kV) 2

6.2 General Mechanical Data Notice The precise mechanical data are contained in the data sheets supplied. The data in Tab e 4 consists of standard values.

Table 4 : General mechanical data of type eDB three-column double break disconnector (standard values) Minimum breaking load of support insulators Permissible mechanical terminal load Static and dynamic Static portion N N 3100 1200 4700 1500 6000 1500 N 4000 6000 8000

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6.3 General Main Dimensions Notice The precise dimensions are contained in the dimension drawings supplied. The dinmensions in Table 5 are standard values.

Figure 7 : General Main dimensions of type eDB three-column rotary disconnector Table 5: General main dimensions of type eDB three-column double break disconnector (standard values)

Rated Voltage Rated normal current A B C D E F Support-insulator distance Base frame length Disconnector height Insulator height Disconnector width (open) Isolating distance

kV A mm mm mm mm mm mm mm

36 1600/2500 1000 1281 779 508 395 570 437

72.5 1600/2500 1230 1511 1000 770 509 800 437

123 1600/2500 1720 2001 1450 1220 746 1266 437

145 1600/2500 1720 2001 1730 1500 746 1266 437

G Length of earthing switch attachment

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6.4 Minimum Distances between Disconnector Poles

Notice

The precise dimensions are contained in the dimension drawings supplied. The Dimensions in Table 6 are standard values.

Figure 8 : Minimum distance Pmin between poles of disconnector in parallel arrangement

Figure 9 : Minimum distances Pmin between poles in series arrangement

Table 6 : Minimum distances Pmin between poles of disconnector in parallel and series arrangement (standard values) Rated Voltage Parallel arrangement Series Arrangement kV mm mm 36 1000 2000 72.5 1270 2500 123 1750 3000 145 1950 3500

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1HDB050013-YN 7 Scope of Supply


The disconnector is supplied in components. 7.1 Disconnector

Notice

The scope of supply does not include the fixing materials for mounting the Disconnector on the supporting structures

The components supplied comprise : Disconnector (2) consisting of : Sectional Steel base frame(221), rotary pedestals(70) ,Disconnector operating lever (69),connecting lever (3) Figure 10 Support insulators (201) Current Path (5) Fixed Contacts (67) Operating mechanism for disconnector (75) Operating rod (37) Operating lever (74) with clamping cover (334) Coupling rods (15) If operating mechanism mounted separately: Vertical operating shaft (43) and pivot bearing (42) Figure 1 If operating mechanism with lateral offset: Operating rod (83) Figure 5 Small parts

Figure 10 : Scope of supply of disconnector

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7.2 Earthing Switch The supply of the earthing switch comprises: Earthing-switch links (336) Tubular contact arms (23) with contact finger (20) and T -type clamp (329) Earthing contact (18) Operating mechanism for earthing switch (77) Operating rod (37) Operating lever (76) with clamping cover (334) Earthing connections (79) For 2nd earthing switch: Earthing connections (343) Earthing-switch shaft (337) In case of series arrangement: Earthing-switch shafts (73) with welded earthing-switch lever (339) Figure Earthing-switch lever (19) In case of series arrangement: Coupling rods (15) Figure If operating mechanism mounted separately: Vertical operating shaft (43) and pivot bearing (42) Figure If operating mechanism with lateral offset: Operating rod (83) and offset bearing (376) Figure Small parts

Figure 11 : Scope of supply, earthing switch

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1HDB050013-YN 8 Shipping and Storage


8.1 Shipping The equipment is shipped on pallets or in boxes.

Notice

After unpacking, check all supplied equipment immediately for shipping damage. Report shipping damage without delay to the forwarding agency.

8.2 Storage

Caution

In the case of inappropriate storage of the individual components, there is the risk of ingress of water. For this reason, disconnector parts and operating mechanisms must always be stored in the mounting position.

It is advisable to leave all assemblies in the shipping packing until the start of mounting in order to protect against contamination and damage. Special notice: operating mechanisms Operating mechanisms are supplied in special packing. This protects the operating mechanisms against corrosion within a limited time and in a dry atmosphere. It is advisable not to open this packing until just before the start of mounting.

Caution

In the case of lengthy storage and/or a damp atmosphere, there may be undesired formation of condensation in the operating mechanism. If the shipping time and storage time together amount to more than 6 months or if operating mechanism are stored in a damp atmosphere, the special packing must be removed immediately and the electrical heating of the operating mechanisms must be started. Before doing this, remove bags with desiccants from the operating mechanisms.

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1HDB050013-YN 9 Mounting, General


The type eDB three-column Double Break disconnector can be mounted in two positions: Horizontal (standard) Vertical (must be expressly specified when ordering and is only possible for rated voltages < 72.5kV) For vertical mounting of the disconnector, you require the additionally supplied documents. Should the documents not have been supplied, please ask for them. Notice The internal parts of the operating mechanisms (e.g. alarm switches and contactors) are not resistant to outdoor climates. For this reason, they must be protected against moisture during mounting.

9.1 Tools and Materials Lifting tackle The lifting tackle for lifting the disconnector poles must have a lifting capacity of at least 500 kg. Special tools and materials In addition to the standard tools, the following special tools and materials are required for mounting: Brass-wire brush for treatment of copper surfaces Steel-wire brush for treatment of aluminum surfaces Steel-wire brush for treatment of zinc surfaces Contact grease Molykote DC55 Cleaning agent for silver-faced surfaces (Rivolta MTX 60 forte) Lint-free cloth Notice Unless special values for torques are specified in these service instructions, the standard values according to Table 7apply.

Table 7 : Admissible torques for bolts (Standard values) Torques in Nm Thread Strength M6 M8 M10 M12 M16 Steel, Galvanized 8.8 42 72 174 Steel, rustproof A2-70, A4-70 7 16 33 56 122 Thread in Aluminum 5.5 14 26 45 100

Notice

In the following mounting steps, a distinction is made between MOUNTING and TIGHTENING. MOUNTING means finger-tightening. Caution: Lightly grease all bolts before MOUNTING.

Notice

In the following illustrations, often only one bolt is shown where two or more bolts are required. This is done in the interests of clarity.

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9.2 Treatment of Contact Surfaces and Intersection Surfaces Caution Bolted or sliding contact surfaces that conduct current have an effect on the electrical resistance of the current path. Dirty or oxidized contact surfaces increase the electrical resistance. This may result in irreparable damage to equipment.

The following regulations must be observed: Bolted contact surfaces Aluminum (bolted) 1. Grease lightly 2. Using a steel-wire brush, remove oxide film until surface is mat gray in appearance (do not use emery paper) 3. Wipe off contaminated grease immediately using a lint-free cloth 4. Grease immediately (approx. 1 mm) 5. Bolt together treated surfaces and grease joints Silver-faced contact surfaces (bolted) 1. Clean with cold cleaning agent (do not destroy silver surface) 2. Grease (approx. 1 mm) 3. Bolt together treated surfaces and grease joints

Galvanized contact surfaces (bolted) 1. Clean using steel-wire brush 2. Grease immediately (approx. 1 mm) 3. Bolt together treated surfaces and grease joints

Copper (bolted) 1. Clean using brass-wire brush 2. Grease immediately (approx. 1 mm) 3. Bolt together treated surfaces and grease joints 4. (If copper is bolted to aluminum, place copper-plated aluminum sheet between the surfaces, ensuring that the sheet is the following way round: Cu-Cu, AI-AI)

Sliding contact surfaces


Silver faced contact surfaces (sliding) 1. Clean using cleaning agent (do not destroy silver surface) 2. Grease (approx. 1 mm) Copper (sliding) 1. 2. Clean using brass wire brush Grease immediately (approx. 1 mm)

Intersection surfaces
Steel parts 1. Coat with cold zinc 2. (If part was previously painted, allow cold zinc to dry and recoat using appropriate paint, observing the following mixing ratio: Paint: Hardener= 12 : 1)

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1HDB050013-YN 10 Mounting of Disconnector


Notice If you suspect shipping damage, check the spacing dimensions of the contact fingers (66) Figure -67

The disconnector pole can be mounted either on the supporting structure or in front of the supporting structure. If mounting in front of the supporting structure, first lift the completely mounted disconnector pole onto the supporting structure and then align and tighten it there. Remember that the materials for fixing the disconnector bases (2) on the supporting structure are not included in the scope of supply. The transportation angles (328) Figure 13 must be mounted in place and may under no circumstances be removed during this mounting phase.

Notice

Caution

Mounting steps: 1. 2. 3. 4. Unpack components. If mounting on the supporting structure: Using lifting tackle, place disconnector base (2) on the supporting structure Figure 12. If mounting on the supporting structure: Align and tighten disconnector base on the supporting structure. Mount support insulators (201) on the rotary pedestal (70) and side stools of the structure. Adjust distance B between two insulators to 2000mm. This can be done by adjusting the jack bolts(13) on side insulators figure14 Mount the fixed contacts (6) on the side insulators. figure14 Mount the current path (5) on the center insulator such that the current path is in open position. Adjust the jacking bolts below the rotary pedestal(70) such that the current path is horizontal to the disconnector base(2). Close the current path until it touches the blade on the fixed contact (6). Adjust any vertical misalignment by means of jack bolts(13) at the bottom of the side insulators Any rotary misalignment of the fingers on the fixed contacts can be adjusted as follows; Loosen the bolts of the finger holder and then tap the finger holder a few times with a plastic mallet. This will allow the fingers to align with the contact blade on the fixed contact. Now tighten the bolts of the finger holder again.

5. 6.

7. 8.

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Figure 12 : Mounting of disconnector: Shipping of disconnector base (2) it mounting on supporting structure

Figure 13 : Mounting of disconnector: Shipping of pre-mounted disconnector pole if mounting in front of supporting structure (example: Version for rated normal current 1600 A)

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Figure 14 : Mounting of disconnector Rated Voltage kV 36 72.5 123 145 18 B mm 1000 1230 1720 1720

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Figure 15 : Mounting of disconnector Mounting of fixed contacts and mounting of current path on the center column

Figure 16: Dummy photo

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Space kept blank for Future Additions.

Figure 17

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1HDB050013-YN 11 Mounting of Operating Mechanism for Disconnector


Notice The mounting side of the operating mechanism is apparent from the position of the disconnector operating lever (69) Figure 18. The pole on which the operating mechanism is mounted can be freely selected. In the case of mechanical interlocking, however, the operating mechanism must always be mounted on the pole with the interlocking segments. Make sure that the operating mechanism is in the ON position (as-delivered state). If the operating mechanism is in the OFF position, set it to the ON position using the emergency hand crank (39) In the case of a motor-operated mechanism, test operations may only be carried out using the emergency hand crank (39). Do not use a drill.

Notice

Caution

11.1

Direct Mounting Notice Make sure that the disconnector pole is in the ON position before mounting operating mechanism.

Mounting Steps 1. 2. 3. 4. Unpack operating mechanism(75) Tighten operating mechanism, on the envisaged mounting side, to the disconnector base (2) Figure 18 Mount operating lever (74) on the shaft end of the operating mechanism according to the mounting side Figure 19. Next step: Chapter 12: Mounting of coupling of disconnectors.

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Figure 18: Mounting of operating mechanism for disconnector: Direct mounting 22

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Figure 19 : Mounting of operating mechanism for disconnector, Direct mounting

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Figure 20 Dummy Photo.

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11.2 Separate Mounting In case of separate mounting of the operating mechanism for the disconnector, the mounting steps are dependent on measurement m3 of operating shaft (43) Figure 22, Figure and on a possible lateral offset of operating mechanism and disconnector Figure 25: Separate mounting if measurement m3 < 6 m Separate mounting if measurement m3 = 6 ... 12 m Separate mounting laterally offset with measurement m1 (max. 4 m) Notice Make sure that the operating mechanism is in the ON position (as-delivered state). If the operating mechanism is in the OFF position, set it to the ON position using the emergency hand crank (39). The disconnector pole must be in the ON position. If a manual operating mechanism is envisaged for the disconnector, ensure when mounting that there is sufficient clearance for the operating lever (367) of the operating mechanism Figure 21.

Notice

Mounting steps: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. Unpack operating mechanism (75). Mount pivot bearing (42) on the disconnector base (2) Figure 21 If operating mechanism laterally offset: Mount pivot bearing (42) in the envisaged position If measurement m3= 6... 12 m. Mount additional pivot bearings in the envisaged positions Insert operating shaft (43) through the pivot bearing Figure 21 If measurement m3= 6... 12 m: Insert individual parts of the operating shaft (43) through the pivot bearings Vertically align operating mechanism by operating shaft (43) and mount Calculate required length of operating shaft Figure 22, Figure 23 Remove operating shaft again and suitably shorten

10. After shortening, coat intersection surface with the paint supplied 11. Grease thrust bearing (330), inside, and collared bush (331), outside, with Long-term 2 plus grease Figure 21 12. Repeat mounting steps 5. and 6., threading thrust bearing (330) and collared bush (331) in the correct sequence onto the operating shaft Figure 21 13. If measurement m3= 6... 12 m: Connect individual parts of operating shaft to coupling parts (334, 335) Figure 21 14. Tighten operating mechanism and all pivot bearings 15. Connect shaft end of operating mechanism and operating shaft to coupling, parts (334, 335) Figure 21 16. Operating lever (74) on the upper end of operating shaft (43) Figure 26. 17. If operating mechanism laterally offset: Connect operating rod (83) to operating lever (74) and coupling lever (3) of disconnector Figure 25. 18. Figure 25 (Dtail) 19. If operating mechanism laterally offset: Grease bore hole with Long-term 2 plus grease and drive home stainless clamp sleeve (152) Figure 25 (Detail) 20. Next step: Chapter 12: Mounting of coupling of disconnectors

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Figure 22 : Mounting of operating mechanism of disconnector, separate mounting if measurement m3 < 6 m: Mounting dimensions

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Figure 23 : Mounting of operating mechanism of disconnector, separate mounting if measurement m3=6.12 m: Mounting dimensions (detail A and detail B) figure 24

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Figure 24 : Mounting of operating mechanism of disconnector, separate mounting if measurement m3=6..12 m: Detail A and Detail B

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Figure 25 : Mounting of operating mechanism of disconnector, separate mounting: Laterally offset operating mechanism

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Figure 26 : Mounting of operating mechanism for disconnector, separate mounting: Mounting of operating lever (74).

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Caution When the disconnector poles are arranged in parallel the coupling rods (15) must always be mounted on the center poles.

Notice

Make sure that the disconnector poles are in the ON position before coupling

Mounting steps: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. Adjust coupling rods (15) Figure 29, Figure to the required length Mount Coupling rods free from diction Figure 29, Figure 30 Tighten lock nuts (338) (left-,right-hand thread) Figure 29, Figure 30 Set operating mechanism (75) manually to the ON position. Adjust operating lever (74) to measurements "R" and "X" Figure 33. Mount operating rod (37) and set to the required length (measurement "n2") Figure 30. Adjust operating rod to measurements "U" and "V" Figure 33. Tighten operating rod (37) free from distortion with the lock nuts (direct mounting: 420-325, separate mounting: 422-325) and tighten lock nuts (338) Figure 33 Tighten operating lever (74). Carry out some test operations manually (our recommendation: 3 test operations). Pay attention to smooth engagement of the contacts . The top and bottom fingers should touch the contact blade simultaneously. Figure 35 and to the dead-center position of operating lever and operating rod Figure 33. If the engagement of the contacts is not smooth (without jerks), then loosen current-path fixing bolts (400-302, 401-301) in the ON position and tighten again Figure 28; then repeat10,mounting step. Treat contact surfaces of high-voltage terminals (17) Figure 28. Treat contact surfaces of high-voltage connectors (not included in scope of supply). Mount high-voltage connectors. Cable disconnector (see sag tables), i. Caution: Do not cut off cable at this stage. Adjust distances in contact zone (measurements "b" and "c") Figure 36, if necessary by means of stud bolts (13) of the rotary pedestals (70) Figure 28 Tighten all connections Carry out a test operation manually If contacts are engaging smoothly, cut off cable; otherwise repeat 12, mounting step Set disconnector manually to the OFF position In case of earthing switch: Next step: Chapter 13: Mounting of Operating Mechanism for Earthing Switch; otherwise Chapter 16: Commissioning

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Figure 29 : Mounting of coupling of disconnectors: Disconnector poles in parallel

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Figure 30 : Mounting of coupling of disconnector: Disconnector poles in series

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Figure 31 : Mounting of coupling of disconnectors: Mounting of operating rod (37)

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Figure 33 : Mounting of coupling of disconnectors: Adjustment of operating mechanism for disconnector.

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Mounting of Operating Mechanism for Earthing Switch


Direct Mounting Notice Make sure that the operating mechanism is in the ON position (as-delivered state the operating mechanism is in the OFF position, set it to the ON position using the emergency hand crank (39). In case of motor-operated mechanism, test operations may only be carried out using the emergency hand crank (39). Do not use a drill. Make sure that the disconnector pole is in the OFF position before mounting the operating mechanism.

Caution

Notice

Mounting steps: 1. Unpack operating mechanism (77) 2. Tighten operating mechanism to disconnector base (2) Figure 37 3. Fit operating lever (76) on the shaft end of the operating mechanism according to mounting side Figure 43 4. Next step: Chapter 14: Mounting of Earthing Switch

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Mounting steps: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. Unpack operating mechanism (77) Mount pivot bearing (42) on disconnector base (2) Figure 38 In case of laterally offset operating mechanism: Mount pivot bearing (42) in the envisaged position If measurement m3 = 6... 12 m: Mount additional pivot bearings in the envisaged positions Insert operating shaft (43) through the pivot bearing Figure 38 If measurement m3= 6... 12 m: Insert individual parts of operating shaft (43) through the pivot bearings Vertically align operating mechanism by operating shaft (43) and mount Calculate required length of operating shaft Figure 39, Figure 40 Remove operating shaft again and shorten to suitable length After shortening, coat intersection surface with the paint supplied Grease thrust bearing (330), inside, and collared bush (331), outside, with Long-term 2 plus grease Figure 38 Repeat operating steps 5. and 6., threading thrust bearing (330) and collared bush (331) in correct sequence onto the operating shaft a' Figure 38 If measurement m3= 6... 12 m: Connect individual parts of operating shaft to coupling parts (334, 335) Figure 38 Tighten operating mechanism and pivot bearing Connect shaft end of operating mechanism and operating shaft (43) to coupling parts (334, 335) Figure 38 Mount operating lever (76) on upper end of operating shaft (43) Figure 43, Figure 44 If operating mechanism laterally offset: Calculate required length of operating rod (83) and suitably shorten operating rod Figure 42 (Detail) If operating mechanism laterally offset Connect operating rod (83) to operating lever (76) and offset bearing (376) Figure 42 If operating mechanism laterally offset: Drill hole through operating rod (83) (13 mm H12) Figure 42 (Detail) If operating mechanism laterally offset: Grease bore hole with Long-term 2 plus grease and drive home stainless clamp sleeve (152) Figure 42 (Detail) Next step Chapter 14: Mounting of Earthing Switch 45

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Notice If you suspect shipping damage, check the spacing dimensions of contact fingers (20) Figure 69.

14.1 Earthing Switch Poles in Parallel Notice Make sure that the disconnector poles are in the OFF position before mounting the earthing switches.

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Mounting steps: Bring earthing-switch links (336) into mounting position by driving home the clamp sleeves on sectional-steel base frame (221): On the operating side on the operated disconnector pole m-Figure 45,otherwise on the side of the tubular contact arm (23) Figure Tighten earthing connections (79, 343) Figure 46. Caution: Use two earthing connections for rated short-time currents > 40 kA, 1 sec Tighten earthing-switch links (336) Grease thrust bearing (330), inside, and collared bush (331), outside, with Longterm 2 plus grease and mount with collared bush (331), making sure that the thrust bearings are at the specified side Figure 45 Mount earthing-switch shaft (337) Figure 45 If pole distances P > 2 500 mm: Connect split earthing-switch shaft to coupling piece (342) Figure 47, Figure 48 Tighten locking screw in collared bushes (331) and secure with lock nut Figure 45 Set operating mechanism for earthing switch to the ON position Set pre-mounted operating lever (76) to the correct position Figure 51 Mount earthing-switch lever (19) on the earthing switch shaft Figure 49 Mount operating rod (71) Figure 49 and adjust to the required length With the operating mechanism in the ON position, adjust spacing dimensions for operating lever (76) Figure 51 Tighten operating lever (76) and earthing-switch lever (19) Treat contact surface for earthing contact (18) on the current path Figure 62 Treat earthing contact (18) and mount on current path (5) or (6). Caution: Do not lose insulating bush (344) and insulating plate (345) Figure 62 Wipe contact finger (20) with cloth and grease Figure 46 Mount tubular contact arms (23) with T-type clamp (329) on earthing-switch shaft (337) Set tubular contact arms (23) manually to the ON position until contact fingers (20) are up against stop (21) Figure 64 Align contact finger (20) and earthing contact (18) at right angles to each other and tighten earthing contact (18) Figure 62 Preset distance "I between rear contact finger (20) and stop (21) of earthing contact (18) (compensation for torsion of earthing-switch shaft) Figure 64 Tighten T-type clamps (329) on the earthing-switch shaft Set earthing switch to the OFF position. Shorten operating rod (71) so that, during a manual test operation, all the rear contact fingers are up against the stop in the ON position Check distance between contact finger (20) and stop (21). The distance on one pole of 3-pole group must not be more than 5 mm Figure 64 If necessary, correct the contact of the contact fingers by adjusting operating rod (71) and check by means of test operation Tighten lock nuts (338) on the operating rod (left-, right-hand thread!) Figure 51, Figure 52 Tighten locking screw in earthing-switch lever (19) and secure with lock nut Drill hole through T-type clamp (329) and earthing-switch shaft (337) (12 mm-H12) Figure 46 (Detail 2) Grease bore hole with Longterm 2 plus grease and drive home stainless clamp sleeve (430-350) Figure 46 53

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Mounting steps: 1. 2. Grease clamp sleeves (431-353, 436-353) with silicone grease Figure 53 Place earthing-switch links (336) or base frame of earthing switch (336a) into mounting position by driving home the clamp sleeves on sectional steel base frame (221) Figure 53, Figure 54 Tighten earthing connections (79, 343) or Figure 54. Caution: Use two earthing connections if rated short-time currents > 40 kA, 1 sec Tighten earthing-switch links (336) or base frame of earthing switch (336a) Grease thrust bearing (330), inside, and collared bush (331), outside, with Longterm 2 plus grease and mount with collared bush (331), making sure that the thrust bearings are at the specified side Figure 53 Mount earthing-switch shafts (73) Figure 53, Figure 55, Figure 56 Tighten locking screw in collared bushes (331) and secure with lock nuts Figure 53 Set operating mechanism for earthing switch to the ON position Adjust pre-mounted operating lever (76) to the correct position Figure 60 Mount earthing-switch lever (19) on the earthing-switch shaft Figure 58 Mount operating rod (71) and adjust to the required length Figure 60 With the operating mechanism in the ON position, adjust spacing dimensions for operating lever (76) Figure 60 Tighten operating lever (76) and earthing-switch lever (19) Set earthing-switch lever (339) to position Figure 56 Mount coupling rods (15), aligning earthing-switch lever (339) to the required measurement Figure 55 Treat contact surface for earthing contact (18) on the current path Figure 62 Treat earthing contact (18) and mount on current path (5) or (6). Caution: Do not lose insulating bush (344) and insulating plate (345) Figure 62 Wipe contact finger (20) with cloth and grease Figure 54 Mount tubular contact arms (23) with T-type clamp (329) on earthing-switch shafts (73) Figure 54 Set tubular contact arms (23) manually to the ON position until contact fingers (20) are up against stop (21) Figure 64 Align contact finger (20) and earthing contact (18) at right angles to each other and tighten earthing contact (18) Figure 62 Preset distance "I between rear contact finger (20) and stop (21) of earthing contact (18) (compensation for play of coupling rods) Figure 64 Tighten T-type clamps (329) on the earthing-switch shafts Set earthing switch to the OFF position " Shorten operating rod (71) so that, in case of a manual test operation, all the rear contact fingers are up against the stop in the ON position If necessary, correct the contact of all contact fingers on the operated pole by adjusting operating rod (71) and check by means of test operation Tighten lock nuts on operating rod (left-, right-hand thread!) Figure 60 Correct the contact of the contact fingers on the coupled poles by adjusting coupling rods (15) and check by means of test operation Check distance between contact finger (20) and stop (21). The distance on one pole of 3-pole group must not be more than 5 mm Figure 64 Tighten lock nuts on coupling rods (15) (left-, right-hand thread!). Caution: This mounting step is not applicable if the earthing switch is mounted on individual disconnector poles 63

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Figure 64 : Mounting of earthing switch: Earthing contact (18), adjusting measurements Pole distance I (recommended presetting on poles a,b,c, during mounting) 20002999 mm a mm Operated pole a Operated pole b Operated pole c 20 0 0 b mm 10 10 10 c mm 0 0 20 30003999 mm a mm 30 0 0 b mm 15 15 15 c mm 0 0 30 40004999 mm a mm 40 0 0 b mm 20 20 20 c mm 0 0 40 mm max 5 (on one pole of 3- pole group) I (after mounting)

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Caution The interlocking segments the operating mechanism for the disconnector and the operating mechanism for the earthing switch must be mounted together on one pole. Mechanical interlocks between disconnector and earthing switch are mounted at the factory. Notice: Retrofitting is not possible. Make sure that the disconnector is in the ON position before mounting the mechanical interlock and that the earthing switch is in the OFF position.

Notice

Notice Mounting steps : 1.

Mount interlocking segment-1(252) on earthing- switch shaft (337 or 73) in case of parallel arrangement or series arrangement of the disconnector poles. Mount the interlocking shaft (254) along with the interlocking segment 2 (251) on the earth switch link 336. Figure 65

The interlocking lever (253) is connected on the interlocking shaft. This link is connected to the center insulator through a link. For the link position when mounted on the same side as main blade drive refer Figure 65b. For the link position when mounted on the opposite side of the main blade drive refer Figure 65c. 3. The interlocking segment-1 defines the position of the earth switch. While the interlocking segment-2 defines the position of the main blade (through the interlocking lever) Fig 66 4. With the disconnector in OFF position and the earth switch in OFF position the interlocking segments are in position shown by figure a. Both are free to move. This means either we can close the disconnector or the earth switch. Fig 66a Now bring the earthing switch to ON position. Now the interlocking segments are in position shown by figure b. Now try to manually close the disconnector. The disconnector should not close as the interlocking segment-2 will try to rotate. clockwise. In this position ensure that the two segments are not touching each other and at the same time the gap between them is not more than 5 mm. Fig 66b 6. With the disconnector in the ON position and the earthing switch in the OFF position, the interlocking segment look like in figure c. Try to set the earthing switch manually to the ON position. The disconnector should not close as the interlocking segment-1 will try to rotate clockwise. In this position ensure that the two segments are not touching each other and at the same time the gap between them is not more than 5 mm. Fig 66c 7. Next step: Chapter 16: Commissioning 5.

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b) Linkage for earth-switch on the same side as main blade drive side

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Caution In case of motor-operated mechanism, test operations may only be carried out using emergency hand crank (39). Do not use a drill.

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Commissioning of Disconnector Commissioning steps 1. Carry out a test operation manually, checking that there is satisfactory contact engagement of the disconnector Chapter 12 2. If necessary, correct contact engagement

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Commissioning of Earthing Switch Commissioning steps: 1. Carry out a test operation manually, checking that there is symmetrical engagement of contact fingers (20) on earthing contact (18) Chapter 14 2. If necessary, correct symmetrical engagement by loosening and re-tightening 4 bolts (340) on T-type clamp (329)

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Commissioning of Operating Mechanism for Disconnector Commissioning steps: 1. Check operating mechanism according to the service instructions supplied 2. Check dead-center position of operating rods (37) in the ON and OFF positions Chapter12 3. If necessary, correct dead-center position by adjusting operating lever (74) and/or operating rod (37) 4. Remove bag with desiccative from operating mechanism and start electric heating of operating mechanism

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Commissioning of Operating Mechanism for Earthing Switch Commissioning steps: 1. Check operating mechanism according to the service instructions supplied 2. Check dead-center position of operating rods (71) in the ON and OFF positions Chapter14 3. If necessary, correct dead-center position by adjusting operating lever (76) and/or operating rod (71) 4. Check contact of rear contact fingers against stop (21) of earthing contact (18) Chapter 14 5. Remove bag with desiccative from operating mechanism and start electric heating of operating mechanism Notice The switching time of disconnector and earthing switch should be between 3.5 ... 6 seconds. However, compliance with a specific switching time is not required far the proper operation of the equipment.

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De-commissioning The type eDB three-column rotary disconnector is an environmentally friendly product. If the herein-described switching device is de-commissioned, the materials removed should be reused. The switching device can be disposed of in an environmentally friendly manner on the basis of the existing legal regulations. Recycling is in the form of mixed scrap. The device contains the following materials: Steel Copper Aluminum Cast iron Synthetics Rubber materials in the form of sealing materials Ceramics Lubricants

There are no hazardous materials within the meaning of the regulations for handling dangerous material. We shall be glad to advise you at all times regarding questions of disposal.

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Notice We recommend that the inspection intervals given in Table 8 for normal and extreme notice ambient conditions be complied with. They are essential to the trouble-free operation of the equipment. In the case of work on high-voltage equipment, there is danger to life if the applicable safety rules are not observed and complied with.

Warning

Inspection intervals Table 8 : Inspection intervals for normal of extreme ambient conditions Ambient Condition Normal Inspection Intervals
After every 5 operating years or After every 1 000 switching cycles

Year of Commissioning

Extreme

After every 2.5 operating years or After every 500 switching cycles

Extreme ambient conditions The examples given below for extreme ambient conditions are based on our experience: Climate (tropical, arctic) Heavy contamination (dust, salt, rust, sulphur)

Special tools and materials The repair operations require the use of the following special tools and materials in addition to the standard tools: Brass-wire brush for treatment of copper surfaces Steel-wire brush for treatment of aluminum surfaces Steel-wire brush for treatment of zinc surfaces Contact grease Molykote DC 55 O-ring grease Cold cleaning agent for silver-faced surfaces Lint-free cloths Admissible torques for bolts Unless these service instructions specify special values for torques, the standard values given in Table 9 shall apply. Table 9 : Permissible torques for bolts (standard values) Thread Steel galvanized Strength M6 M8 M10 M12 M16 8.8 42 72 174 Torques in Nm Steel, rustproof A2-70, A4-70 7 16 33 56 122 Thread in Aluminum 5.5 14 26 45 100 81

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The following regulations must be observed. Bolted contact surfaces Aluminum (bolted) 1. Grease lightly 2. Remove oxide film using steel-wire brush until surface is mat grey in appearance (do not use emery paper) 3. Wipe off contaminated grease immediately using lint-free cloth 4. Grease immediately (approx. 1 mm) 5. Bolt together treated surfaces and grease joints Silver-faced contact surfaces (bolted) 1. Clean with cold cleaning agent (do not destroy silver surface) 2. Grease (approx. 1 mm) 3. Bolt together treated surfaces and grease joints Galvanized contact surfaces (bolted) 1. Clean using steel-wire brush 2. Grease immediately (approx. 1 mm) 3. Bolt together treated surfaces and grease joints Copper (bolted) 1. Clean using brass-wire brush 2. Grease immediately (approx. 1 mm) 3. Bolt together treated surfaces and grease joints (If copper is bolted to aluminium, place copper-plated aluminium sheet between the surfaces, ensuring that the sheet is the following way round: Cu-Cu, AI-AI) Sliding contact surfaces Silver faced contact surfaces (sliding) 1. Clean with cleaning agent (do not destroy silver surface) 2. Grease (approx. 1 mm) Copper (sliding) 1. Clean using brass-wire brush 2. Grease immediately (approx. 1 mm) Intersection surfaces Steel parts 1. Coat with cold zinc 82

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Disconnector Warning In the case of work on high-voltage equipment, there is danger to life if the applicable safety rules are not observed and complied with.

These safety rules also include the five safety rules according to DIN/ VDE 0105 Part 1: The five safety rules according to DIN/VDE 1. Disconnection 2. Safeguard against reconnection 3. Establish potential isolation 4. Earth and short-circuit 5. Cover or partition off adjacent live parts Notice The following operations must be carried out at each inspection interval

Operating steps: 1. Observe safety rules for work on high-voltage equipment and take suitable measures (including the five safety rules according to DIN/VDE) 2. Switch off electrical power supplies and control voltages and safeguard against reconnection 3. Clean contact fingers (66) and contact pieces (67) Figure 67; check for irreparable damage to silver layer and, if necessary, replace 4. Grease contact fingers (66) and contact pieces (67) 5. Clean support insulators; check for damage and, if necessary, replace 6. Check maintenance-free rod ends and supporting points of all operating linkages and coupling rods 7. Check all bolt connections for security 8. Carry out some test operations manually (our recommendation: Three test operations) 9. Reconnect electrical power supplies and control voltages. 10. Carry out some test operations using the motor-operated mechanism (our recommendation: Three test operations). 11. The maintenance of the operating mechanism for the disconnector should be carried out according to the maintenance instructions separately supplied for the operating mechanism. 12. In case of earthing switch: Next step Chapter 17.3: Maintenance of Earthing Switch.

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Figure 67 : Maintenance of disconnector: replacement of contact fingers (66) and contact pieces (67)

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Earthing Switch Warning In the case of work on high-voltage equipment, there is danger to life it the applicable safety rules are not observed and complied with.

These safety rules also include the five safety rules according to DIN/ VDE 0105 Part 1: The five safety rules according to DIN/VDE 1. Disconnection 2. Safeguard against reconnection 3. Establish potential isolation 4. Earth and short-circuit 5. Cover or partition off adjacent live parts Notice The following operations must be carried out at each inspection interval

Operating steps: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. Observe safety rules for work on high-voltage equipment and take suitable measures (including the five safety rules according to DIN/VDE) Switch off electrical power supplies and control voltages and safeguard against reconnection Clean earthing contacts (18) Figure 68 and contact fingers (20) Figure 70, check for erosion in area of silver layer > 0.5 mm and, if necessary, replace Grease earthing contacts (18) and contact fingers (20) Check for damage to earthing connections between earthing switch and disconnector base and, if necessary, replace. Check maintenance-free rod ends and supporting points of all operating linkages and coupling rods Check all bolt connections for security. Carry out some test operations manually (our recommendation: Three test operations Reconnect electrical power supplies and control voltages

10. Carry out some test operations using the motor-operated mechanism (our recommendation: Three test operations) 11. The maintenance of the operating mechanism for the earthing switch should be carried out according to the maintenance instructions separately supplied for the operating mechanism

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Figure 68 : Maintenance of earthing switch: replacement of earthing contact (18).

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Space kept blank for future additions

Figure 69 .

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Figure 70 : Maintenance of earthing switch: contact finger dimensions.

Space kept blank for future additions Figure 71

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Spare Parts
Order Information We advise you constant to keep a stock of the following spare parts for your version of disconnector. This will enable you, should the need arise, to re-commission your disconnector quickly. You can order or re-order the spare parts at any time. Please send your order to the address given below.

ABB Limited Maneja Works, Maneja Vadodara 390013 INDIA Order information To ensure the speedy processing of your order, we require the following information from you: Type and order number of the disconnector and of the operating mechanism as shown on the rating plate Designation of spare part, item number and order number from Table 10 and/or Table 11

Type and order number


The type and order number of your disconnector can be found on the rating plate on the disconnector. For your information, the following example explains the type designation and the order number.

Example of a type designation An example of the type designation on the rating plate of a type SGF two column rotary disconnector is eDB 145 p 100 + 1 E. The individual parts of this designation have the following significance:
eDB . . . .. . . . . . . . Disconnector type 145 . . . . . . . . . . . . Rated voltage in kV p . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Rated current (n: 1 600 A, p: 2 500 A) 100 . . . . . . . . . . . . . Rated peak-withstand current in kA + 1E: . . . . . . . . . . . . Number of earthing switches per pole

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Disconnector Notice The quantities given in the following tables apply to each pole. for two or more poles, increase the quantity accordingly.

Table 10 : List of spare parts for type eDB three-column rotary disconnector Designation of spare part Fixed contact Contact finger -1600 A -2500 A 4 6 66 66 Qty. 2 Item No. 67 Order Number

18.3

Earthing Switch The quantities given in the following tables apply to each pole. For two or more poles, increase the quantity accordingly.

Notice

Table 11 : List of spare parts for earthing switch Designation of spare part Earthing contact Contact finger Earthing connection Qty. 1 6 1 1 Item No. 18 20 79 343 Order Number

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Lists of Item Numbers


Item Numbers Notice The numbers in parenthesis in the Remarks column are also item numbers. These numbers also appear as item numbers in the first column in the list.

No. 1 2 3 5 6 7 11 12 13 15 17 18 19 20 21 23 26 27 36 37 39 42 43 55 66 67 68 69 70 71 73 92

Description Foundation, supporting structure, support Disconnector base Connecting lever Contact-side current path Finger-side current path Corona-protection fittings Catching hook Fixing device for Corona-protection fittings Stud bolt Coupling rod High-voltage terminal Earthing contact Earthing-switch lever Contact finger Stop Tubular contact arm Interlocking hook Interlocking bolt Motor-operated mechanism Operating Rod Emergency hand crank Pivot bearing Operating shaft Manual operating mechanism Contact finger Contact piece Diagonal rod Disconnector operating lever for operating mechanism Rotary pedestal Operating rod Earthing-switch shaft with Earthing-switch lever (339)

Remarks On site Coupling of disconnectors Only for rated voltages 245 kV Contact-finger holder Only for rated voltages 245 kV Rotary pedestal (70) Disconnector earthing switch, series arrangement Rotary pedestal (284) Current path (5, 6) Earthing-switch shaft (73) Earthing switch Earthing contact (18) Earthing switch Finger-side current path (6) Contact-side current path (5) Disconnector Motor-operated mechanism (36) Separate mounting of operating mechanism Separate mounting of operating mechanism Finger-side current path (6) Contact-side current path (5) Disconnector base (2) Disconnector base (2) Disconnector base (2) Earthing switch Earthing switch series arrangement

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No. 74 75 76 77 79 81 83 87 101 152 153 201 221 228 284 289 328 329 330 331 332 334 Description Operating lever Operating mechanism for disconnector Operating lever Operating mechanism for earthing switch Earthing connection Fixing bolt Operating rod Corona-protection fittings Fixing bolt Clamp sleeve 13 x 70 Threaded pin M10 x 20 Support insulator Base frame Earthing switch Rotary head Coupling)operating lever Transportation angle T -type clamp Thrust bearing Collared bush Spacer Clamping cover Remarks Operating mechanism for disconnector (75) Operating mechanism for earthing switch (77) Earthing switch Contact-finger holder, current path (6) Laterally offset mounting of operating mechanism Only for rated voltage = 300 kV Current path (5, 6) Operating rod (83) Collared bush (390) Disconnector base (2) Current path (5, 6) Earthing switch contact side (CS), rat. voltages 245 300 kV Base frame (221) Tubular contact arm (23) Earthing-switch link earthing-switch shaft (73) Earthing-switch link earthing-switch shaft (73) Earthing connection (79) Operating lever (74, 76), earthing-switch lever (19), separate mounting of operating mechanism Operating shaft (43), separate mounting of operating mechanism Earthing switch (228) For single pole version and series arrangement Earthing switch parallel arrangement Coupling rod (15), operating rod (74, 76) Earthing-switch shaft (73) T type clamp (329), tubular contact arm (23) Contact piece (67), current path (5) Earthing-switch shaft (337), pole distance P > 2 500 mm 93

335 336 336a 337 338 339 340 341 342

Coupling piece Earthing-switch link Base frame of earthing switch Earthing-switch shaft Lock nut Earthing-switch lever Fixing bolt Fixing bolt Coupling piece

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No. 343 344 345 349 350 351 357 372 373 374 375 376 387 388 389 390 400 401 410 420 421 422 423 430 431 433 434 435 436 437 438 94 Description Earthing connection for 2. earthing switch Insulating bushes (a, b) Insulating plate Interlocking segment Interlocking lever finger side Interlocking lever contact side pedestal (70) Cover for earthing contact (18) Bolt M12 x 120 Bolt M12 x 110 Bolt M12 x 130 Washer A13 Offset bearing Operating rod slotted Driving plate Thrust bearing Collared bush Connecting set Connecting set Connecting set Connecting set Connecting set Connecting set Connecting set Connecting set Connecting set Connecting set Connecting set Connecting set Connecting set Connecting set Connecting set Rotary Remarks Earthing switch Earthing contact (18) Earthing contact (18) Earthing-switch shaft (73, 337) Rotary pedestal (70) Rotary pedestal (70) Only for rated voltage 245 kV or rated peak-withstand currents 100 kA Earthing contact (18) Earthing contact (18) Earthing contact (18) Earthing contact (18) Laterally offset mounting of operating mechanism (earthing switch) Separate mounting measurement m3 = 6..12 m Separate mounting measurement m3 = 6..12 m Separate mounting measurement m3 = 6..12 m Separate mounting measurement m3 = 6..12 m Disconnector pole with IEC support insulators Disconnector pole with DIN support insulators Coupling, disconnector and earthing switch (Motor-operated) mechanism, disconnector (Motor-operated) mechanism, earthing switch Pivot bearing disconnector Pivot bearing earthing switch Mounting, earthing switch Mounting, earthing switch 1-pole, parallel arrangement 2-pole Earthing switch parallel arrangement 3-pole, P 2500 mm Earthing switch parallel arrangement 3-pole, P 2500 mm Earthing switch series arrangement 2-pole Earthing switch series arrangement 3-pole Coupling of disconnectors in series, 3-pole Mechanical interlocking

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No. 439 440 580 900 901 902 Description Connecting set Connecting set Bundle of grease Service instructions Service instructions Service instructions Remarks Separate mounting of operating mechanism Mounting of operating mechanism Treatment of contact fingers (66, 20) Disconnector and earthing switch Operating mechanism of disconnector Operating mechanism of earthing switch

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Connecting Sets

Connecting sets are included in the scope of supply. If necessary, connecting sets can be re-ordered from us.

Order information To ensure speedy processing of your order, we need to know the item number and the order number of the connecting set you require. Please find below the scope and the necessary order information for the individual connecting sets: Item No.: 400 Connecting set, disconnector pole with IEC support insulators Item No. 400-302 400-321 400-342 Description Hexagon screw Hexagon nut Washer Size M16x30 M16 A17 Qty 8 8 16 Standard DIN 933 8.8-tzn DIN 934 A2-70 DIN 125 A2-70

Item No.: 410 Connecting set, coupling, disconnector and earthing switch 1 x for parallel arrangement, 2-pole (disconnector only) 2 x for parallel arrangement, 3-pole (disconnector only) 1 x for series arrangement, 2-pole 2 x for series arrangement, 3-pole Item No. Description Size 410-304 410-324 410-325 410-340 Hexagon screw Hexagon nut Lock nut Washer M16x60 BM16 VM16 A17

Qty 2 2 2 4

Standard DIN 933 8.8-tzn DIN 439 A2-70 DIN 98o A2-70 DIN 125 A2-70

Item No.: 420 Connecting set, (motor-operated) mechanism, disconnector(mounting, operating mechanism and operating linkage) Item No. 420-303 420-306 420-309 420-320 420-323 420-325 420-340 Description Hexagon screw Hexagon screw Hexagon screw Hexagon nut Hexagon nut Lock nut Washer Size M16x60 M16x30 M16x80 M16 BM16 VM16 A17 Qty 1 2 1 2 1 2 6 Standard DIN 933 8.8-tzn DIN 933 8.8-tzn DIN 933 8.8-tzn DIN 934 8-tzn DIN 439 A2-70 DIN 980 A2-70 DIN 125 A2-70

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Item No.: 421 Connecting set, (motor-operated) mechanism, earthing switch (mounting, operating mechanism and operating linkage) Item No. 421-303 421-306 421-323 421-325 421-340 Description Hexagon screw Hexagon screw Hexagon nut Lock nut Washer Size M16x60 M16x30 BM16 VM16 A17 Qty 2 2 2 2 6 Standard DIN 933 8.8-tzn DIN 933 8.8-tzn DIN 439 A2-70 DIN 980 A2-70 DIN 125 A2-70

Item No.: 422 Connecting set, pivot bearing, disconnector (separate mounting of motor-operated manual operating mechanism) (mounting, pivot bearing and operating linkage) Item No. 422-303 422-307 422-309 422-320 422-323 422-325 422-340 Description Hexagon screw Hexagon screw Hexagon screw Hexagon nut Hexagon nut Lock nut Washer Size M16x60 M16x40 M16x80 M16 BM16 VM16 A17 Qty 1 2 1 4 1 2 6 Standard DIN 933 8.8-tzn DIN 933 8.8-tzn DIN 933 8.8-tzn DIN 934 8-tzn DIN 439 A2-70 DIN 980 A2-70 DIN 125 A2-70

Item No.: 423 Connecting set, pivot bearing, earthing switch (separate mounting of motor-operated or manual operating mechanism) (mounting, pivot bearing and operating linkage) Item No. 423-30 423-307 423-320 423-323 423-325 423-340 Description Hexagon screw Hexagon screw Hexagon nut Hexagon nut Lock nut Washer Size M16x60 M16x40 M16 BM16 VM16 A17 Qty 2 2 2 2 2 6 Standard DIN 933 8.8-tzn DIN 933 8.8-tzn DIN 934 8-tzn DIN 439 A2-70 DIN 980 A2-70 DIN 125 A2-70

Item No.: 430 Connecting set, mounting, earthing switch (flexible connections and tubular contact arm, 1 x per pole) Item No. 430-305 430-308 430-324 430-341 430-350 430-353 Description Hexagon screw Hexagon screw Hexagon nut Washer Clamp sleeve Clamp sleeve Size M12x45 M12x20 M12 A13 12x30 16x22 Qty 3 2 3 6 1 3 Standard DIN 933 8.8-tzn DIN 933 A2-70 DIN 934 A2-70 DIN 125 A2-70 DIN 1481 nrFdSt DIN 7346 97

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Item No.: 431 Connecting set, mounting, earthing switch, 1-pole and parallel arrangement, 2-pole (fixing, earthing-switch links, earthing-switch shaft and flexible connections) Item No. 431-305 431-309 431-324 431-326 431-341 431-342 431-353 Description Hexagon screw Hexagon screw Hexagon nut Hexagon nut Washer Washer Clamp sleeve Size M12x45 M10x35sp M12 M10 A13 A10,5 16x22 Qty 6 2 6 2 6 2 6 Standard DIN 933 8.8-tzn DIN 933 A2-70 DIN 934 A2-70 DIN 934 A2-70 DIN 125 A2-70 DIN 125 A2-70 DIN 7346

Item No.: 433 Connecting set, earthing switch; parallel arrangement, 3-pole, pole distance P s 2 500 mm fixing, earthing-switch links and earthing-switch shaft) Item No. 433-305 433-309 433-324 433-326 433-341 433-342 433-353 Description Hexagon screw Hexagon screw Hexagon nut Hexagon nut Washer Washer Clamp sleeve Size M12x45 M10x35sp M12 M10 A13 A10,5 16x22 Qty 9 3 9 3 9 3 9 Standard DIN 933 8.8-tzn DIN 933 A2-70 DIN 934 A2-70 DIN 934 A2-70 DIN 125 A2-70 DIN 125 A2-70 DIN 7346

Item No.: 434 Connecting set, earthing switch, parallel arrangement, 3-pole, pole distance P > 2500 mm (fixing, earthing-switch links, earthing-switch shaft and coupling piece) Item No. 434-305 434-309 434-315 434-322 434-324 434-326 434-340 434-341 434-342 434-353 Description Hexagon screw Hexagon screw Hexagon screw Hexagon nut Hexagon nut Hexagon nut Washer Washer Washer Clamp sleeve Size M12x45 M10x35sp M16x110 MI6 M12 M10 A17 A13 A10,5 16x22 Qty 9 5 4 4 9 7 4 9 5 9 Standard DIN 933 8.8-tzn DIN 933 A2-70 DIN 933 8.8-tzn DIN 934 8-tzn DIN 934 A2-70 DIN 934 A2-70 DIN 125 A2-70 DIN 125 A2-70 DIN 125 A2-70 DIN 7346

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Item No.: 435 Connecting set, earthing switch, series arrangement, 2-pole (fixing, earthing-switch links, earthing-switch shaft and flexible connections) Item No. 435-305 435-309 495-324 435-326 425-341 435-342 435-353 Description Hexagon screw Hexagon screw Hexagon nut Hexagon nut Washer Washer Clamp sleeve Size M12x45 M10x35sp M12 M10 A13 A10,5 16x22 Qty 12 4 12 4 12 4 12 Standard DIN 933 8.8-tzn DIN 933 A2-70 DIN 934 A2-70 DIN 934 A2-70 DIN 125 A2-70 DIN 125 A2-70 DIN 7346

Item No.: 436 Connecting set, earthing switch, series arrangement, 3-pole (fixing, earthing-switch links, earthing-switch shaft and flexible connections) Item No. 436-305 436-309 436-324 436-326 436-341 436-342 436-353 Description Hexagon screw Hexagon screw Hexagon nut Hexagon nut Washer Washer Clamp sleeve Size M12x45 M10x35sp M12 M10 A13 A10,5 16x22 Qty 18 6 18 6 18 6 18 Standard DIN 933 8.8-tzn DIN 933 A2-70 DIN 934 A2-70 DIN 934 A2-70 DIN 125 A2-70 DIN 125 A2-70 DIN 7346

Item No.: 437 Connecting set, coupling of disconnectors, in series, 3-pole Item No. 437-302 437-304 437-321 437-328 437-340 Description Hexagon screw Hexagon screw Hexagon nut Lock Nut Washer Size M16X100 M16x60 BM16 VM16 A17 Qty 1 2 4 3 7 Standard DIN 933 A2-70 DIN 933 A2-70 DIN 439 A2-70 DIN 980 A2-70 DIN 125 A2-70

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Item No.: 438 Connecting set, mechanical interlocking

Item No. 438-302 438-305 438-320 438-326 438-340 438-342

Description Hexagon screw Hexagon screw Hexagon nut Hexagon nut Washer Washer

Size M10x35sp M16x110 M16 M10 A17 A10,5

Qty 1 1 2 1 2 1

Standard DIN 933 A2-70 DIN 933 8.8-tzn DIN 934 8-tzn DIN 934 A2-70 DIN 125 A2-70 DIN 125 A2-70

Item No.: 439 Connecting set, separate mounting of operating mechanism (for collared bush and coupling piece)

Item No. 439-302 439-305 439-324 439-326 439-340 439-342

Description Hexagon screw Hexagon screw Hexagon nut Hexagon nut Washer Washer

Size M10X35sp M16x110 M16 M10 A17 A10,5

Qty 3 4 4 5 4 3

Standard DIN 933 A2-70 DIN 933 8.8-tzn DIN 934 8-tzn DIN 934 A2-70 DIN 125 A2-70 DIN 125 A2-70

Item No.: 440 Connecting set, mounting of operating mechanism

Item No. 440-302 440-305 440-324 440-326 440-340 440-342

Description Hexagon screw Hexagon screw Hexagon nut Hexagon nut Washer Washer

Size M10X35sp M16x110 M16 M10 A17 A10,5

Qty 1 2 2 2 2 1

Standard DIN 933 A2-70 DIN 933 8.8-tzn DIN 934 6-tzn DIN 934 A2-70 DIN 125 A2-70 DIN 125 A2-7

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A, 1 address, 88, 100 Ambient conditions, 80 extreme, 80 heavy contamination, 80

Mechanical, 76 Minimum breaking load, 8

O
Order information, 88, 94

P
Pivot bearing, 11, 12, 25, 45

B
Base frame, 4, 11 Base frame length, 9

R
Rotary head, 91 Rotary pedestal, 4, 6, 11, 92

C
Contact grease, 14, 80

S
Shipping, 17 Spacing dimensions, 57 Standards, 2

D
Disconnector, 1

I
Inspection interval, 80 Interlocking, 7, 76

T
Techincal Data Mechanical Data, 8 Technical Data Electrical Data, 8

M
Maintenance, 80 Special tools and materials, 80

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We therefore reserve the right to change designs, dimensions data without prior notice.

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