ACSR, Aluminium Conductors Steel Reinforced (CAN/CSA C49.1/C 61089)

ACSR, Aluminium Conductors Steel Reinforced (CAN/CSA C49.1/C 61089)

ACSR, Aluminium Conductors Steel Reinforced (CAN/CSA C49.1/C 61089)

ACSR

Overhead

DC Cable

Bare

Round Wire

Steel

ISO, CCC

ACSR

Boan

Can/CSA C49.1/C 61089

7-79

8-805 mm2

1350

DingAn

Heated Steel-Wooden Drum/Wooden Drum

SGS

Jiangsu Yixing, China

76141000

Product Description

ACSR, Aluminium Conductors Steel Reinforced (CAN/CSA C49.1/C 61089)

1. Applications
ACSR have been widely used in power transmission lines with various voltage levels, because they have such good characteristics as simple structure, convenient installation and maintenance, low cost large transmission capacity. And they are also suitable for laying across rivers valleys and the places where special geographical features exist.

2. Service Performance
(1). The permissible long-time operating temperature for aerial conductor is 70oC.
(2). Under the circumstance that rare climate is occuring and ice coverage rate low in heavy ice area, the biggest stress of cable at the lowest point of the sag should not exceed 60% of the short-time destructive power.
(3). When connecting conductors, the conductor beside the connecting tube cant be prominent. Otherwise, the force on the operating conductors will be unbalanced. After connectors are install, the connecting tube should be painted by moisture-proof varnish in order to protect it from corrosion.
(4). Under installaion, the arc downing stress of all the conductors should be the same. With in the permissible distance of crossing buildings or dropping to the ground, the stress can be 10-15% higher than regular stress.

3. Product Performance
(1). The electrical performance of AAC and ACSR is indicated in DCΩ /km(20oC). The resistivity of the hard aluminum wire for stranded wires is not greater than 28.264 nΩ . M of international standard value.
(2). The rated tensile strength of AAC is denoted with the result of total cross-section of all aluminum conductors multiplied by min. Tensile of corresponding size specified in the standard for aluminum wire.
(3). The rated tensile strengh of ACSR is denoted with sum of all aluminum conductorstensile strength and steels tensile strength.
A. The tensile strength of all aluminum conductors is denoted with the result of all cross-sections of aluminum conductors multiplied by min. Tensile strength of corresponding size specified in the standard for aluminum wire.
B. The tensile strength of all steel wire is denoted with the result of all cross-sections of steel wires multiplied by the stress at 1% elongation of corresponding size specified in the standard for steel wire.

4. Referred Standard
BoanCable is able to manufacture ACSR according to different stands, as below:
(1). ASTM B 232/B 232M:Concentric-Lay-Stranded Aluminum Conductors, Coated-Steel Reinforced (ACSR)

(2). AS 3607:Conductors-Bare overhead, aluminium and aluminium alloy-Steel reinforced
(3). IEC 61089:Round wire concentric lay overhead electrical conductors
(4). DIN 48.204:Steel reinforced aluminium stranded conductor
(5). BS 215-2:Aluminium conductors and aluminium conductors, steel-reinforced-For overhead power transmission-Part 2:Aluminium conductors, steel-reinforced
(6). BS EN 50182:Conductors for overhead lines-Round wire concentric lay stranded conductors
(7). Production can be arranged according to customers requirements’ for material standard, etc.

Code Word Stranding & Wire Diameter Diameter Sectional Area Weight Load Resistance Capacity
Aluminium Steel Aluminium Steel Total
mm mm mm mm² mm² mm² kg/km kN ohm /km A
Wren 6/1.33 1/1.33 3.99 8.39 1.42 9.81 34 3.3 3.4226 63
Warbler 6/1.50 1/1.50 4.5 10.59 1.34 11.93 43 4.2 2.7139 67
Turkey 6/1.68 1/1.68 5.04 13.29 2.19 15.48 54 5.2 2.1535 86
Thrush 6/1.89 1/1.89 5.67 16.77 2.77 19.54 68 6.5 1.7077 93
Swan 6/2.12 1/2.12 6.36 21.16 3.55 24.71 85 8.2 1.3537 109
Swallow 6/2.38 1/2.38 7.14 26.65 4.45 31.09 108 10.0 1.0738 126
Sparrow 6/2.67 1/2.67 8.01 33.61 5.61 39.22 136 12.4 0.8504 140
Robin 6/3.00 1/3.00 9 42.39 7.1 49.49 171 15.5 0.6752 162
Raven 6/3.37 1/3.37 10.11 53.48 8.9 62.38 215 19.0 0.5351 186
Quail 6/3.78 1/3.78 11.34 67.42 11.23 78.65 273 10.8 0.4245 211
Pigeon 6/4.25 1/4.25 12.75 85.03 14.19 99.22 343 29.7 0.3366 241
Penguin 6/4.77 1/4.77 14.31 107.23 17.87 125.1 433 37.5 0.2671 276
Owl 6/5.36 7/1.74 16.09 135.16 17.55 152.7 508 42.5 0.2119 322
Waxwing 18/3.09 1/3.09 15.15 135.16 7.48 142.6 430 31.5 0.2126 319
Partridge 26/2.57 7/2.00 16.28 135.16 22 157.2 545 50.01 0.2136 321
Phoebe 18/3.28 1/3.28 16.4 152 8.45 160.5 483 35.5 0.1893 341
Ostrich 26/2.73 7/2.12 17.28 152 24.71 176.7 613 56.2 0.19 343
Piper 30/2.54 7/2.54 17.78 152 35.48 187.5 697 68.6 0.1903 348
Merlin 18/3.47 1/3.47 17.35 170.45 9.48 179.9 543 39.8 0.1686 364
Linnet 26/2.89 7/2.25 18.31 170.45 27.81 198.3 687 62.5 0.1696 368
Oriole 30/2.69 7/2.69 18.83 170.45 39.81 210.3 783 75.8 0.1696 370
Chickadee 18/3.77 1/3.77 18.85 201.42 11.16 212.6 641 46.3 0.143 402
Ibis 26/3.14 7/2.44 19.88 201.42 32.77 234.2 813 72.0 0.1434 404
Lark 30/2.92 7/2.92 20.44 201.42 46.97 248.4 923 88.8 0.1437 410
Pelican 18/4.14 1/4.14 20.7 241.68 13.42 255.1 769 54.8 0.1191 449
22/3.74 7/2.08 21.2 241.68 23.74 265.4 853 68.6 0.1194 452
Hawk 26/3.44 7/2.67 21.77 241.68 39.42 281.1 975 86.5 0.1194 450
Hen 30/3.20 7/3.20 22.4 241.68 56.39 298.1 1108 103.9 0.1198 453
Heron 30/3.28 7/3.28 22.96 253.35 59.1 312.5 1162 108.8 0.1142 469
22/4.04 7/2.24 22.88 282 27.68 309.7 993 79.1 0.1024 496
Dove 26/3.72 7/2.89 23.55 282 45.94 327.9 1137 99.9 0.1024 495
Eagle 30/3.46 7/3.46 24.22 282 65.81 347.8 1293 121.2 0.1027 497
22/4.21 7/2.34 23.86 306.58 30.07 336.7 1080 84.9 0.0942 519
Duck 54/2.69 7/2.69 24.21 306.58 39.81 346.4 1159 100.1 0.0945 520
22/4.32 7/2.40 24.48 322.26 31.61 353.9 1135 84.8 0.0896 532
Grosbeak 26/3.97 7/3.09 25.15 322.26 52.45 374.7 1299 111.2 0.0896 530
Egret 30/3.70 19/2.22 25.9 322.26 73.55 395.8 1467 140.6 0.0896 542
Goose 54/2.76 7/2.76 24.84 322.26 41.74 364 1217 105.2 0.0899 534
42/3.20 7/1.78 24.54 337.74 17.35 355.1 1068 78.6 0.0856 546
Gull 54/2.82 7/2.82 25.38 337.74 43.81 381.6 1277 109.2 0.0856 553
Starling 26/4.21 7/3.28 26.68 362.58 59.03 421.6 1462 125.0 0.0797 575
Redwing 30/3.92 19/2.35 27.43 362.58 82.58 445.2 1648 153.9 0.0797 581
42/3.31 7/1.84 25.38 362.58 18.65 381.2 1148 84.3 0.0797 573
Crow 54/2.92 7/2.92 26.28 362.58 46.97 409.6 1369 117.2 0.0797 577
Drake 26/4.44 7/3.45 28.11 402.84 65.61 468.5 1624 139 0.0715 611
Mallard 30/4.14 19/2.48 28.96 402.8 91.84 494.7 1832 171.0 0.0719 618
42/3.50 7/1.94 26.82 402.8 20.71 423.6 1274 93.6 0.0719 610
Condore 54/3.08 7/3.08 27.72 402.8 52.19 455 1521 127.0 0.0719 615
42/3.67 7/2.04 28.14 443.1 22.84 465.9 1402 102 0.0653 645
Crane 54/3.23 7/3.23 29.07 443.1 57.48 500.7 1674 133 0.0653 649
42/3.72 7/2.07 28.53 456.1 23.42 479.5 1442 105 0.0633 655
Canary 54/3.28 7/3.28 29.52 456.1 59.1 515.2 1724 144 0.0633 660
42/3.38 7/2.13 29.87 483.4 24.84 508.3 1528 109.0 0.0597 678
Cardinal 54/3.38 7/3.38 30.42 483.4 62.65 546.1 1826 152 0.0597 682
42/3.99 7/2.21 30.57 523.7 26.97 550.7 1657 118 0.0551 710
Curlew 54/3.51 7/3.51 31.59 523.7 67.87 591.6 1978 165 0.0551 715
42/4.41 7/2.30 31.74 563.9 28.97 592.9 1783 126 0.0512 741
Finch 54/3.65 19/2.19 32.85 563.9 71.55 636.8 2121 179 0.0512 746
42/4.28 7/2.38 32.82 604.3 31.1 635.4 1911 135 0.0479 772
Grackle 54/3.77 19/2.27 33.97 604.26 76.58 680.8 2271 192 0.0479 776
42/4.42 7/2.46 33.9 644.51 33.16 677.7 2039 144 0.0449 800
Pheasant 54/3.90 19/2.34 35.1 644.51 81.68 726.2 2421 199 0.0449 805
42/4.56 7/2.53 34.95 684.84 35.23 720.1 2166 153 0.0423 829
Martin 54/4.02 19/2.41 36.17 684.84 86.71 771.6 2573 212 0.0423 835
42/4.69 7/2.61 35.97 725.1 37.35 762.5 2294 162 0.0397 858
Plover 54/4.14 19/2.48 37.24 725.1 91.87 817 2725 224 0.04 862
42/4.82 7/2.67 36.93 765.35 39.35 804.7 2420 171 0.0377 885
Parrot 54/4.25 19/2.55 38.25 765.4 96.84 862.2 2877 237 0.0377 890
48/4.36 7/3.60 38.58 805.7 71.1 876.2 2779 212 0.0358 929
Falcon 54/4.36 19/2.62 39.26 805.7 102.1 907.8 3028 250 0.0358 917
72/3.77 7/2.52 37.72 805.7 34.84 840.5 2498 176 0.0358 910
Bantam 3/1.68 4/1.68 5.04 6.65 8.84 15.49 87.80 11.7 4.3218 61
Magpie 3/2.12 4/2.12 6.36 10.58 14.13 24.71 139.70 18.6 2.7077 77
Shrike 3/2.67 4/2.67 8.01 16.84 22.45 39.29 222.60 28.6 1.7054 99
Snipe 3/3.37 4/3.37 10.11 26.17 35.68 62.45 354.10 43.9 1.0718 132
Loon 3/3.78 4/3.78 11.34 33.68 44.97 78.65 445.80 55.3 0.8514 149
Grouse 8/2.54 1/4.24 9.32 40.52 14.13 54.65 221.20 23.1 0.7077 157
Petrel 12/2.34 7/2.34 11.7 51.61 30.01 81.67 376.90 43.8 0.5591 193
Minorca 12/2.44 7/2.44 12.2 56.13 32.77 88.9 311.30 47.7 0.5134 198
Leghorn 12/2.69 7/2.69 13.45 68.19 39.81 108 498.50 57.5 0.4226 221
Guinea 12/2.92 7/2.92 14.6 80.68 46.97 127.6 587.80 67.6 0.3579 244
Dotterell 12/3.08 7/3.08 15.4 89.48 52.19 191.7 654.80 73.0 0.3215 260
Dorking 12/3.20 7/3.20 16 96.71 56.39 153.1 706.90 78.9 0.2982 271
Brahma 16/2.86 19/2.48 18.12 102.97 91.87 194.8 1004.9 122.5 0.2815 287
Auk 8/4.05 7/2.25 14.83 102.84 92.32 195.2 500.00 49.6 0.2789 276
Cochin 12/3.37 7/3.37 16.85 107.1 62.45 169.6 782.8 87.4 0.2694 288

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