Monopoles can replace angular towers when facing RoW issues
Monopoles are used for a series of applications and are ideal for use when sufficient availability of land is restricted. They are the least intrusive and easiest towers to erect, making them one of the most popular tower types in the industry.
Skipper Pipes signs MOU with IPSC
Skipper Pipes has signed an exclusive MoU with Indian Plumbing Skill Council (IPSC) for training more than 10,000 youths with both urban and rural plumbing skills. The MoU was signed in presence of Rajiv Pratap Rudy, Minister of State (IC) Skill Development and Entrepreneurship and Indian Plumbing Skills Council representatives.
Right of Way for Monopoles
There is an emergent need to provide high voltage electric power transmission that minimises impact on the environment, agriculture and communities. Overhead transmission lines have been the normal, located on designated rights-of-way.
Monopoles shall be used where land is constraint
No replacing required. Both angular towers and monopoles shall coexist. Only for in new installations and at places where enough land is not available, monopoles shall be used.
Let´s have plug and play in the transmission sector
We have recently seen quite a few new transmission system projects being announced. For e.g. the Rs 10,000 crore North Eastern Region Power System Improvement Project (NERPSIP) and the 800 kV 6,000 MW HVDC Raigarh´Pugalur Transmission project.
India´s current aggregated technical & commercial (AT&C) losses have been estimated to be around 27 per cent of the electricity generated. Such high AT&C losses are counted as one of the main reasons for the state electricity board´s (SEBs) financially weak status.
Our current order book position is Rs.2,400 crore
Skipper Limited is amongst the world´s top 10 largest manufacturers of T&D products. Our products include transmission towers up to 1,200 KV including fasteners and accessories, distribution line poles and monopoles.
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