Introduction for Stockbridge damper:

The Stockbridge damper was invented in the 1920s by George H. Stockbridge, who was an engineer for Southern California Edison. Stockbridge damper is a overhead line fitting that is attached to power lines to reduce their amplitude of wind-induced vibration. Stockbridge Damper is the most efficient way to extend the life of a transmission line. It is designed to eliminate the damage caused by aeolian vibration.

Stockbridge damper Structure:

1. Damper weights
2.Messenger wire or messenger cable
3.Clamp
4.Bolt

Stockbridge damper picture:
Stockbridge damper parameters:

Type No. Conductor Dia
(mm)
Length
(L:mm)
Length of clamp
(A:mm)
Height
(H:mm)
Messenger Dia
(Ø:mm)
Weight
(kg)
OD-10 7.0-18.0 310 52 67 7.5 1.0
OD-20-1 12.2-27.0 330 52 70 7.5 1.4
OD-20-2 12.2-27.0 330 52 63 7.5 1.4
OD-30 16.5-27.0 383 52 72 9.0 2.5
OD-40 22.5-34.0 542 66 96 11.0 4.7