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Tenders are invited for (1 to 3) (i)36 KV Heavy Duty Station Class Zinc Oxide Gapless Lightning Arrestors tor 33KV AC ungrounded system complete with insulating base, surge monitors, surge counters, current meters and other connecting accessories including terminal connectors as per Standard Technical Specification.
However last May, Defence Secretary Philip Hammond announced the MoD was reverting to the jump jet version amid fears the costs of fitting the necessary catapults and arrestor gear - "cats and traps" - were spiralling out of control.
The Chalwyn diesel engine spark arrestor prevents the risk of fire from the ignition of flammable material caused by spark emission from the exhaust and can replace existing silencers.
It features four analog inputs and two digital channels, built-in surge protection on the I/O channels and a lightning arrestor on the satellite antenna for increased product reliability.
Despite deploying the aircraftOs braking parachute, the pilot also had to use the arrestor cable at the end of the runway after extending the TyphoonsO arrestor hook.
Witt Flashback arrestors can be mounted in any position or orientation with one flashback arrestor connected to protect each individual piece of equipment.
However, where danger of explosion exists, the probe is in a small chamber connected to the process line with flashback arrestors located at the sample inlet and outlet.
Three cases, one fatal, involved the arrestor sleeve running off the end of the rail, even though end stops were installed.