AAAC (All Aluminum Alloy Conductor) referred to have higher strength but lower conductivity than pure aluminum. Being lighter, alloy conductors can sometimes be used to advantage in place of the more conventional ACSR; Having lower breaking loads than the latter, their use becomes particularly favorable when ice and win loadings are low.
We can supply this conductor according to different recognized standards, such as BS EN50182, IEC61089, ASTM B399DIN 48, customer special specification also can be satisfied.
2 Service Performance
Designed utilizing a high-strength aluminum alloy to achieve a high strength-to-weight ratio; affords
better sag characteristics.
– Aluminum alloy AAAC-6201 offers higher resistance to corrosion than ACSR.
– Aluminum alloy (AAAC) contains a small percentage of silicon and magnesium elements. It provides several benefits for overhead lines
Overhead Conductor(ACSR, AAC, AAAC, ACSS/TW, ACCC, AACSR, ACAR, OPGW) Bare Conductor
1). Standard: Conform to IEC,ASTM BS,DIN etc
2). Construction: concentric Stranded with Al or Al alloy wire
3). Offer OEM and Customized Products
1. Products range
1)AAAC(All Aluminum Alloy Conductors)
2)ACSR(Aluminum Conductor Steel Reinforced)
3)AAC(All Aluminum Conductors)
4)AACSR(Aluminum Alloy Conductors Steel Reinforced)
5)ACSR/AW(Aluminum Conductor Aluminum Clad Steel Reinforced)
2.Application And Characteristics
AAAC,AAC,ACSR,ACAAR,AACSR Bare Conductor have been widely used in power transmission lines with various voltage levels, and also used in power lines across great Rivers, plain,highland etc. The cables have excellent advantages of high strength, large current carrying capacity and good catenary property as well as wear-resistance, anti-crush and corrosion-proof with simple structure, convenient and low cost installation and maintenance, large transmission capacity.
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