Tag: axis electrical components

Heat Shrink Termination Kits

Cable Terminations – Kits & Methods (Heat VS Cold Shrink)

 Cables are an essential part of our everyday life, powering everything from light bulbs and appliances to gadgets and cars. To ensure a smooth flow of electricity, cables need to be properly connected. Cable termination is the process of connecting the end of an electrical cable to a device, such …

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Electrical Lugs Test

Don’t Buy Electrical Lugs without Knowing These 5 Tests!

Trust but verify. This concept applies not only to everyday life but also to electrical components like cable lugs. With countless cable lug manufacturers worldwide, many overlook the importance of regular product testing. This brings up a simple but crucial question: Do you trust your cable lugs? At Axis, we …

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Solar farm

Why Every Solar Farm Needs Earthing?

You will spend approximately 18 to 20 crores on a 5 MW solar plant. Therefore, you need a smart strategy to produce profitable electricity and ensure your plant is safe for at least 25-30 years. What’s the secret? It’s quite simple – Earthing for Solar. Firstly, setting up a solar …

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Heat Shrink Tubing – The Analysis You Need!

Origin Researchers and engineers in the mid-20th century pioneered the concept of heat shrink tubing as they sought novel methods to protect and insulate electrical components. In the 1950s and 1960s, Raychem Corporation, founded by Paul Cook in 1957, played a pivotal role in inventing and patenting heat shrink technology. …

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Polymer Insulator

Polymer Insulator – Design, Applications & Mechanism

Originally, insulators were made from materials like ceramic and glass. But in 1963, a new type, made from polymers, was introduced. However, recent improvements in their design and making have made them popular with power companies and utilities. These insulators have a fiberglass core and are covered with protective parts …

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Difference Between Surge Arrester and Lightning Arrester

Major Difference Between Surge Arrester and Lightning Arrester

Why is understanding the difference between Surge Arrester and Lightning Arrester crucial? Did you know the UK’s weather department reports over 3 million lightning flashes every day around the world? That means about 44 strikes happen every single second. But if lightning strikes are so common how do people protect …

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Copper Rod for Grounding

Types of Copper Bonded Earth Rods

Do you know what helps maintain the safety of you and your electrical appliances from fault current? A metal rod called Earth Rod. These Copper Rods establish quality earthing systems in overhead, underground electricity distribution and transmission networks. They provide ground contact in all soil conditions like high voltage substations, …

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Surge Protector Devices

Can Surge Protector Devices protect your EV Charging Stations?

In this blog, we will understand the surge risks faced in EV charging stations and the process of choosing the right Surge Protector Devices for your EV Charging Station. The surge risks associated with Electric Vehicle (EV) charging stations are an emerging concern as the adoption of EVs accelerates globally. …

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Rod Earthing

Rod Earthing – Which Type Should You Use?

For safe electrical earthing and bonding, the choice of an appropriate Rod Earthing is pivotal for ensuring safety, reliability, and longevity of electrical installations. Rod Earthing  serve as a crucial component in grounding systems, providing a path for fault currents to safely dissipate into the earth. This blog delves into …

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Earth Bar

Easily Terminate a Cable Lug onto an Earth Bar – Steps Explained!

In this blog we will understand how to terminate a cable lug into an Earth bar, by the end of this blog you will understand the factors determining and methods utilised in the process. This blog serves as an in-depth guide on cable lug termination onto earth bars, crucial for …

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