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Set Poles, Install Anchors and Guys
Lesson 1: Set Poles
Part A. Safety and First Aid-cont.
Use of climbers.
Working on poles.
Part B. Equipment and Materials
Table 1-1. Installation tools.
Maintenance and repair materials.
Diameter and depth of holes.
Table 1-4. Minimum total depth of setting.
Figure 1-1. Digging pole hole with hand tools.
Boring holes with an earth boring machine
Figure 1-2. Truck-mounted earth baring machine.
Figure 1-3. Setting pole, waterjet method.
Part D. Raising and Setting the Pole
Hand and pike pole method.
Figure 1-5. Sighting with plumb bob and bracing pole upright with pike poles.
Hand, pike pole, and pile support method for raising and setting heavyweight poles.
Figure 1-6. Raising medium weight pole with pike pole.
Figure 1-7. Raising heavy pole with pike poles and two pole supports, initial stage.
Figure 1-8. Raising heavy poles with pikes and two pole supports, final stage.
Figure 1-9. Raising a pole with a gin pole.
A-frame method of raising and setting poles.
Figure 1-10. Inclined trench to pole hole and butting board for A-frame setting.
Figure 1-11. Placing A-frame, pulling line, and guys.
Backfilling and tamping.
Figure 1-13. Raking a corner pole by setting in the bottom before setting
Part E. Stepping Poles
Figure 1-15. Typical detachable pole step installation.
Locating pole steps.
Figure 1-17. Location of standard steel steps.
Figure 1-18. Location of detachable-type steel pole steps.
Figure 1-19. Location of detachable approach steps.
Figure 1-22. Location of pole steps at strand-mounted terminal with protector mountings.
Pole steps for pole-mounted distribution terminals.
Pole steps for pole-mounted cross-connecting terminals.
Pole steps at gas pressure testing points.
Installation of pole steps.
Mounting detachable step plates
Figure 1-28. Vertical separation of steps on small poles.
Lesson 1 Practice Exercise - ss0439a0046
Lesson 1 Practice Exercise-cont. - ss0439a0047
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Lesson 1 Practice Exercise Answer Key and Feedback - ss0439a0051
Lesson 2: Anchors and Guys
Part A. Sizes and Types of Guys
Figure 2-1. Typical side guy (and anchor guy).
Figure 2-3. Two-way and four-way storm guys.
Figure 2-5. Typical pole-to-pole guy.
Long-span suspension guys.
Part B. Installing Anchors and Guys
Figure 2-7. Cone anchor.
Figure 2-9. Expanding opposed wedge rock anchor.
Figure 2-11. Plate anchor.
Figure 2-12. Standard screw anchor.
Figure 2-14. Crossplate plank anchor installation
Selection of anchors and anchor rods.
Figure 2-16. Precast concrete anchor in place.
Table 2-2. Anchor types recommended for different soil classes.
Installation of guy anchors.
Installation of cone anchors.
Figure 2-18. Cone anchor installation.
Installation of plate anchors.
Installation of small screw anchors.
Figure 2-21. Attaching plate anchor to anchor rod.
Installation of swamp screw anchors.
Installation of precast concrete anchors.
Installation of permafrost anchors.
Guy strand clamps.
Figure 2-23. Types of strand clamps.
Figure 2-24. Served end of installed guy stand.
Positions of guys on poles and struts.
Installation of strain insulators.
Tensioning guys to anchors and struts.
Installation of metal guy shields.
Painted guy shield.
Part C: Frounding and Isolating Exposed Guys
Part D: Protecting Poles Against Lightning
Protection of anchor guyed poles.
Poles supporting cable only (guy below cable).
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Lesson 2 Practice Exercise Answer Key and Feedback - ss0439a0093
Lesson 3: Inspection
Routine patrol inspection.
Table 3-1. Record of inspection.
Part B. Inspection of Poles
Part C. Pole Treatment
Part D. Pole Records
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Lesson 3 Practice Exercise Answer Key and Feedback - ss0439a0101
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