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Methanol

August 2, 2012

Q: In Section 16 of the material safety data sheet (MSDS) for Cablecure iXL fluid it states that methanol is listed as a Hazardous Air Pollutant (HAP). Given your green credentials it is hard to believe that you would create any significant air pollution.

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Dielectric IV

June 22, 2012

Dielectric IV In Dielectric I, I provided the first part of a four-part answer to a query—the summary question: To what extent does the introduction of injection …

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Dielectric III

June 21, 2012

Dielectric III In Dielectric I, I provided the first part of a four-part answer to eight questions. The eight questions can be summarized: To what extent does …

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Dielectric II

June 20, 2012

Dielectric II In Dielectric I, I provided the first part of a four-part answer to a query—the summary question: To what extent does the introduction of injection …

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Dielectric I

June 19, 2012

Dielectric I Q: I am working on my comments/concerns for the Safety Section for the C30 Draft Guide [Editors note: C30 is a group within the IEEE/PES/ICC …

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Fabric Tape Conductor Shield

May 4, 2012

Q: I am wondering if you can provide some thoughts or comments on a cloth fabric semi-con we have here on some older #2 Cu cables, 15kV. Does the Cablecure 732/733 fluid harm this fabric? Does the fluid react with any semi-conducting materials like carbon? Does Novinium think the injection process disturbs or harms the fabric?

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LIPA

April 2, 2012

LIPA Q: I have read a paper from the conference record of the 2008 IEEE International Symposium on Electrical Insulation (ISEI) by some folks at Powertech Labs …

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The Color of Capital

March 22, 2012

Q: My firm uses Cablecure 732 and SPR to treat cables after they fail. The ability to capitalize single section injection with Novinium technology means we can earn a regulated rate of return on the capital thus expended. I read your four-part blog, “The Color on Money” and was wondering if you could do a similar analysis to help us quantify the benefit of our approach.

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