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December 2013 www.cimarronelectric.com Three Converted, Three to Go... ee Converted, Three to Go... Years of anticipation are


fi nally being realized as substa- tions are being converted from 69Kv to 138Kv.


A por


A portablle substation is set to help kee on to customer


s converted. A ar e amount of oad is run through this sub


through this sub, whle other circu ts are back fed from Kingfisher and Cashon substations.om Kingfisher and Cashion substationsi


A lar l ge amount of l load is run hile other ciri


on to customers whle the Reeding substation iis con


e substation is set to help keep power hile the Ri


eeding substation cuits ari


Millions of dollars and thousands of man hours have been given to reach this point. The transmission lines and insulators were upgraded fi rst. Many switches and commu- nication devices have been installed. A lot of dirt work has been done. Countless tailgate and safety conferences have been held to make sure things are done safely and correctly. Currently, the North King-


Temporary poles are set and lines ary poles are set and lines are run to the por


energized and the conversion s star un to


the portablle sub Now the Reeding sub is de- energized and the con


e sub. Now the Reeding sub is de- sion i is started.


fi sher substation is energized at 138Kv. The East Kingfi sher substation was converted in the fi rst week of November. The pictures in this newsletter show the Reeding substation being converted. The Cashion substation should have been converted by the time you are reading this. It’s our goal that the


Men use buckets and large cranes to beginanes to begin tearing down the old 69K


Men use buckets and lar


tearing down the old 69Kv buss wor the old substation will be removed.


the old substation will be removed. uss works. Al of . All ofl


fi nal three substations, plus a switch station, will be complet- ed by the end of the year. (Continued on Page 5)


(Continued on Page 5) The oi is pumped out of the old 69K he oil is pumped out ofl the old 69Kv trans-


former to make it lighter. It will be removed om the Reeding Substation.


mer to make it lighter. It will be removed from the Reeding Substation.


ans-


The Reeding Substation s dismantled piece b piece and hauled ofl


he Reeding Substation i is dismantled piece by piece and hau ed off.


Big trucks and trailers used to haul the cranes and the new 138Kv transf transf


ansformer out! .....plus a switch station!


ansformer in and the old mer out!


mer in and the old


Big trucks and trailers used to haul the cranes and the ne


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