Change List for this Rule


Original Version

Rule 21.6

 

21.6    Joint Use of Poles or Poles Jointly Used means occupancy of poles or structures by circuits of different ownership or by two or more of the following classes of circuits of the same ownership:

 

   Communications circuits for public use

   Railway or trolley circuits

   Supply circuits other than trolley circuits

 

Strikeout and Underline Version

Rule 21.6

 

21.6    Joint Use of Poles or Poles Jointly Used means occupancy of poles or structures by circuits of different ownership or by two or more of the following classes of circuits of the same ownership:

 

   Communications circuits for public use

   Railway or trolley circuits

   Supply circuits other than trolley circuits

 

21.4    Insulated means separated from other conducting surfaces by a dielectric substance, (including air-space) offering a high resistance to the passage of current.  Air space when used as insulation shall be maintained by permanently forming the conductor or by adding additional mechanical means (e.g. spreader bar).  When an object is said to be insulated, it is understood to be insulated in a suitable manner for the condition to which it is normally subjected.

 

Final Version

Rule 21.6

 

21.6    Insulated means separated from other conducting surfaces by a dielectric substance, (including air-space) offering a high resistance to the passage of current.  Air space when used as insulation shall be maintained by permanently forming the conductor or by adding additional mechanical means (e.g. spreader bar).  When an object is said to be insulated, it is understood to be insulated in a suitable manner for the condition to which it is normally subjected.