Notable Project: Enormous CMC Steel-Sayreville EAF power cable
CMC Steel – Sayreville, NJ Massive Rotating Terminal Design
Problem: The customer needed to enhance the longevity of their EAF power cable and mitigate hose binding during operation.
Solution: In what might be the largest EAF rotating terminal assembly built in North America, our engineers custom designed a 14,000 MCM terminal assembly measuring 27.25” with a 10” diameter and a 17” exposed blade. The designed called for 66 lbs. of silver solder applied to the 208-pound terminal weighing in at an approximate total of 275 lbs. The entire cable weighs more than 3000 lbs.
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