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Metal beam that supports the electric conductors along the overhead transportation lines.
Horizontal element that protrudes on each side of the pylon; it supports the bundles by means of suspension insulator strings.
suspension insulator string
Insulators that are assembled in a vertical or oblique chain; the overhead line conductors hang from it.
Conductor cables that are kept a constant distance apart by spacers; they are used to transport current.
Part of the pylon that rests on the waist; it has two branches that end at the beam gantry.
Point at which several legs and bars come together.
Part of the pylon between two horizontal members.
Horizontal bar that connects the main legs to strengthen them.
The main tower legs of the pylon body; they support mainly vertical weights.
Space between the foundation axes of the main legs.
Part of the pylon support between the top and the foot.
Diagonal bar that connects two main legs or a horizontal member and a main leg.
Demarcation bar between the pylon top and body that is held tightly between them.
Space bounded by the inner side of the arms of the K-frame and the beam gantry.
Upper portion of the pylon where the insulator strings and bundles are attached.
Projection atop the pylon that supports the overhead ground wire.
overhead ground wire
Conductor that is connected to the ground and attached above the bundles of the overhead lines to protect them from lightning.
Horizontal element of the pylon top; it supports the bundles inside the pylon window.