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Tamer Al Rayes
Tamer Al Rayes
02:45 Feb-07-2001
How to detect insulator cracks

I would like to know the best way to detect cracks in transmission line insulators .
Is this done by thermal imagers ,or ultrasonic probes or what ??
with best regards.


 
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