Redesigned signalling power supply cuts copper costs


UK: Infrastructure manager Network Rail says it has reduced the amount of copper needed for signalling power supply projects by a third through a three-year project to enable two-core unarmoured class 2 cables to be used in place of armoured class 1 cables containing two live wires and an earth ...

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