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(All) lamps shall be suspended with flexible cord pendants from double-pole ceiling cut-outs, the average length of the pendants to be —. This contractor is to furnish all necessary — cord, ceiling cut-outs and socket bushings. In both cut-outs and sockets the cord shall be knotted so that no weight shall come on the binding screws.
(See p. 101, sec. 100.)
(See p. 102, sec. 103.)
(See p. 103, sec. 104.)
159. Suspension of Lamps.
161. Additions and Deductions.
163. Hanging of Fixtures.
164. Wiring and Attaching Sockets to Fixtures already in Place.
165. Franchises and Permits.
Low Potential—Direct-Current System— Two or Three-Wire.
(The purchaser) shall secure all franchises, rights of way, and permits from the — authorities and abutting propertyowners for the erection and guying of poles and stringing of wires along the routes on the map hereto attached and made a part of this specification, shall make all necessary arrangements with companies already having pole lines on any part of the same route for crossing, raising, lowering or otherwise moving their wires, and for using, moving or changing their poles, CrOSS-arms, etc.; shall do all necessary trimming of trees; and in every reasonable way shall secure and furnish facilities for the uninterrupted continuance of the work to its completion.
The lights shall be supplied by circuits divided as follows: — —, etc.
All circuits shall be controlled by switches placed (location.)
The pole line shall be composed of straight, select, shaved — poles, sound and free from shakes, checks or large knots; poles subject to extra strain shall be specially selected and of ample strength to bear the strain.
All poles must be set — of their length in the ground and solidly tamped, must measure not less than — in diameter at the top, and the distance from the ground line to the lowest cross-arm shall be not less than —. Corner, terminal and other poles subject to extra strain shall be securely guyed wherever possible; where impossible to guy them they shall be set with such rake and to such extra depth that the strain shall not pull them beyond the vertical position,
166. Division of Circuits.
167. Point of Control.
169. Setting and Guying.
allowance being made for the action of water and frost.
170. Distances. No two consecutive poles shall be set
at a greater distance apart than — except by special permission from —, and all poles carrying heavy feeders or mains shall be set not more than — apart.
171. Painting. (As desired.)
*ś." Gains shall be carefully cut so that the cross-arms make a snug fit and stand at right angles to the pole. Cross-arms shall be of —, thoroughly seasoned, sound and free from large knots; painted —; the vertical distance between cross-arms shall not be less than —. Double cross-arms must be placed on terminal poles and corner poles carryÍng wires larger than — } É. §3. |. At all corners making an angle greater
than — two sets of cross-arms shall be
used placed at the proper angle to each other.
Pins shall be of selected —, shall fit lood closely in the cross-arms and be nailed in place.
Insulators shall be of glass, – pattern, and of a size suitable for the wire they are to hold.
All poles on which cut-outs are placed 174. Steps. shall be stepped.
(Note.--Specify character of soil, as 175. Soil. loam, sand, etc.; also whether rock, marsh land, quicksands, etc., requiring special work.)
All feeder, main and pressure wires 176. Wiring.
of bare copper wire; shall be | insulated with —;
ice wires shall be insulated with —.
avoid kinking; wagons, drays, etc., shall
not be allowed to drive over them; they
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