Corner Tower, Power Transmission Device At The Corner
In the design of the tension pole, the suspension point of the wire cross arm is usually offset from the outer corner by a distance to ensure the air gap distance between the jumper and the inner tower body (or main column). If the corner lever is turned to the right, the corner lever does not move. However, when there are straight rods in the front and rear of the corner rod, the hanging string on the right side of the straight rod will tilt to the left, especially the upper-shaped straight rod, because the upper cross arm is on the right side, the hanging string will lean more to the left. In order to avoid the above phenomenon, the center of the corner tower should be displaced toward the bisector of the inner and outer angles.
The voltage level and use of the corner tower are the same as those of the conventional tower, but the design scheme is different according to the geographical situation, and it has one more corner function than the conventional tower.