Dayton Power and Light

Dayton Power and Light chose to inject the Cablecure® 732 fluid, using Novinium’s Sustained Pressure Rejuvenation (SPR) process to treat 42,255 feet of 1000 MCM and 500 MCM cable at the Dayton International Airport. Novinium fielded several crews to ensure the critical time requirements were met. Five crewmembers worked six- and seven-day shifts inside the airport property, while two additional crews worked outside.

This solution, a proven alternative to cable replacement, restored the feeder cable’s dielectric strength for a fraction of the cost and with minimal operational disruption. Rejuvenation saved $530,161 over estimated replacement costs.  The rejuvenated cable has been restored to as-new condition.