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Safety Distance Between People and High Voltage Lines

Jul. 12, 2019

Under normal circumstances, the human body safety voltage is 36 volts. Exceeding this voltage level may cause death. What's more, the 110kV high voltage line! Take the fishing electric shock, the current fishing rod is generally carbon material, has a strong electrical conductivity, and the fishing line will be conductive after being stained with water. Don't believe in any insulating tape. When you encounter high pressure, it is like a small river dam blocking the flood, which is simply unbearable.

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Of course, many people will mistakenly believe that as long as they don't touch the high-voltage line, there will be no electric shock. The actual situation is that when the high-voltage line and high-voltage live equipment are in normal operation, the voltage is often several thousand volts, tens of thousands of volts or even hundreds of thousands of volts. When the human body and objects are close to them, these high voltages may break the air between them and the human body and objects, generate discharge through the human body, cause electric burns and even death when current passes through the human body. This is called high pressure. The arc is electrically affected. Of course, the greater the air distance, the less likely it is to be broken down, and the sufficient air distance to achieve insulation.

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