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)?
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.
Fluid Flammability Q: Our construction centers have posed the following questions: 1. Is the injection fluid flammable after the cable has been treated? If yes, for how long? 2. Is it safe for our crews to splice a failed cable that has been injected? What type of precautions do they need to take when working…
Q: I have a need to rehabilitate some aging URD circuits. How long have Novinium fluids and injection technologies been in use? I prefer to use proven technology.
Q: What is a flash point and how important is the flash point in rejuvenation safety?