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Trailing Cables/Catenaries

ICM Group has the expertise, equipment and commitment to get your materials handling equipment back online safely and quickly. Our specialised services can minimise shutdown time for trailing cable replacement. ICM Group consist of: Electricians, HV cable jointers and licensed communications technicians. We can also offer the services of a VSD Technician to fine tune systems during commissioning.

ICM Group’s cable reeler

Its 8t safe working load easily handles 800m of 6.6kV cable without stressing the cores and minimises manual handling.  ICM Group’s purpose built cable reeler reduces manual handling risks, physical risks to the new cable during transfer, labour required and speeds up the process so the client receives a safer change out in less time.

ICM Group delivers:

  • Materials handling equipment returned quickly and efficiently to service
  • Experienced and accountable technicians and engineers on your project
  • Full documentation handed over on completion with 24 hours post completion coverage for your peace of mind
  • Hardware suited for the task

Trailing Cable Repair

Discovering damaged cable usually means significant costs to replace hundreds of metres of cable, loss of production and downtime needed for a shutdown.

ICM Group now offers you a convenient alternative.

“For surface operations, routine testing should be done every three months.”

With out portable vulcaniser:

  • We will repair your cable on site
  • We have a 24 hour emergency call out line
  • We enable you to comply with regulation 5.27
  • Can be used to repair sheath damage or for joining LV or HV Trailing Cables
  • Can accommodate most standard trailing cable diameters

*Subject to equipment and specialised staff availability.

Regulation 5.27, associated with Trailing Cables. “… requires mines to have an appropriate maintenance system in place to ensure that electrical equipment and installations are maintained in safe working order.”  Mines Safety & Inspection Regulations 1995 (WA).   All repairs are carried out in accordance with AS/NZS 1747:2003.