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To ensure the safety of air transport, the upper parts of overhead power line pylons near airports are coloured in red and white, and red-white marking balls are also installed on protective conductors.
The same markings are present on sections that cross motorways and main state roads.
Red and white coloured the upper parts of overhead power line pylons
Red-white marking balls
Recently, electrostatic (Balisors) illuminated beacons have also been installed on the upper phase conductors besides red-white marking balls to increase the safety of air transport and to enhance the visibility of overhead power lines.
Electrostatic (Balisors) illuminated beacons
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