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1. First generation tracer line: It is composed of a matrix of aluminum foil and plastic film. The aluminum foil is mainly used for transmitting signals, and the matrix is a fixed aluminum foil. The disadvantages of this tracer line are that the strength of the aluminum foil is very low, and it is easy to break even during production and transportation. The auxiliary equipment is easily damaged, and the resistance of the aluminum foil is very high, which limits the effective detection distance and depth.


2. Second generation tracer line: It is made by pressing steel wire and plastic film. The tracer line is made of steel wire as the conductor, with high resistance and limited detection distance, making it difficult to meet practical needs.


3. Third generation tracer wire: It is composed of copper clad steel metal wire core and PE outer protective layer, with a linear appearance.


1. When burying the tracking line, it should be closely attached to the PE pipeline in a straight line shape and located on the top surface of the pipeline. Do not bury the PE pipeline in a spiral shape, as this can lead to inaccurate detection results.



2. A certain length of wire (1m or more is recommended) should be reserved for the tracing line in the inspection well or at the exit of the ground, for the purpose of detecting and applying signals. This can improve detection efficiency and accuracy.


3. The connector or branch point of the tracer line must be firmly connected, maintain good conductivity, and wrapped with insulating tape to prevent corrosion and wire breakage caused by underground moisture, which may interrupt the detection signal. The tracing line at the steel plastic conversion joint of the pipeline can be welded to the flange, and the joint should be treated with anti-corrosion measures to prevent corrosion and breakage over time.


4. To increase the signal strength of the tracer line and ensure even signal distribution, it is necessary to minimize the grounding resistance at the buried end of the tracer line during construction, and take good grounding measures by peeling off the insulation layer and exposing the core wire 30cm. Especially for the ends of shorter branch pipes, they must be well grounded, otherwise the signal on the branch will be very weak and cannot be detected.


5. If the buried length of the pipeline exceeds 1km and there are no inspection wells or other facilities in the middle to reserve tracer heads for detection needs, it is recommended to install a test pile at each kilometer and reserve tracer line joints for use during detection.


6. In non excavation engineering construction, the tracer line outside the PE pipeline is prone to breakage during the dragging process. A simple method is to choose a larger cross-sectional area and higher strength wire or steel wire rope, or pre thread a tracer line inside the pipeline to avoid breakage. The detection effect is the same as on the outside, but when doing so, it is necessary to handle the problem of connecting the internal tracer line head to the external tracer line.


7. In some special cases, it is not possible to apply tracer lines to PE pipelines. In such cases, the method of embedding tracer balls can be used to meet future detection and positioning needs.

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