China uses ‘robots’ to disconnect power lines from high poles. Reduce the risk – does not affect the traffic (clip)

Facebook
Twitter
LinkedIn
Pinterest
Pocket
WhatsApp

China uses ‘robots’ to disconnect power lines from high poles. Reduce the risk – does not affect the traffic

Follow the news, press follow, live news

China uses “robots” – Xinhua Xinhua news agency invites to watch the video clip. “Robot Device” A mission to help workers unplug six 220 kilovolts, 250 meters long, overhead power lines in Changzhou, east China’s Jiangsu Province.

The strength of the robot is that it doesn’t affect the traffic or production of companies located beneath the power lines. They can also create a supporting rope line along the cable. This makes it applicable to electric lines over overpasses, rivers, railways or buildings.

Mr. Duan Jia Zhen above project manager It is said that this method saves almost a week compared to traditional electrical disconnection methods. It also cut the number of construction workers by two-thirds.

Meanwhile, the application of robots prevents the risk of power outages that could plague 120 companies and 6,000 households nearby.

Disconnect the power supply cable on the tall pole.  Reduce the risk - does not affect the traffic

Removing “retired” power lines can be a tall order, but now it has been made a lot easier thanks to a self-developed robot. (Xinhua)

This is how the robot recently removed six 250-meter-long high-voltage overhead power lines. (Xinhua)

Removing “retired” power lines can be a tall order, but now it has been made a lot easier thanks to a self-developed robot. This is how the robot recently removed six 250-meter-long high-voltage overhead power lines. (Xinhua)

Removing “retired” power lines can be a tall order, but now it has been made a lot easier thanks to a self-developed robot. (Xinhua)

Disconnect the power supply cable on the tall pole.  Reduce the risk - does not affect the traffic

This is how the robot recently removed six 250-meter-long high-voltage overhead power lines. (Xinhua)

Disconnect the power supply cable on the tall pole.  Reduce the risk - does not affect the traffic

Removing “retired” power lines can be a tall order, but now it has been made a lot easier thanks to a self-developed robot. This is how the robot recently removed six 250-meter-long high-voltage overhead power lines. (Xinhua)

Related news:

Read Also  Hungarian diplomat Klöch elected as president of the 77th UN General Assembly

Facebook
Twitter
LinkedIn
Pinterest
Pocket
WhatsApp

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.

Recent News

Editor's Pick