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Methanol Matters

September 19, 2013

Q: Methanol is both poisonous and explosive. What precautions will be taken by the circuit owner or Novinium if the cable, cable components, or injection equipment were to leak Cablecure 732 fluid and mix with water (i.e. flooded vault scenario)?

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A Cable Too Long

January 22, 2013

Q: I am currently reviewing a URD circuit with a cable segment that is 6,200′ per our one-line and GIS. It is our regular #2 db [direct buried] cable. I am considering the installation of pull-boxes to break up the many long segments prior to attempting injection. What is the practical limit to TDR [time-domain reflectometer] testing? What is the practical injection limit? I assume in the best case that there at least a construction splice every 2000 feet, but there may be more that have to be replaced.

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Flash Point Matters

October 18, 2012

Q: Why is the flash point of a rejuvenation fluid relevant? The temperature of an electrical arc is 35,000°F. And everything is flammable from the utility standpoint, just as nothing is unbreakable from a lineman’s viewpoint.

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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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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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