Overhead/AAC/AAAC/ACSR Conductor All Aluminum Alloy Conductors
ACAR (Aluminum Conductor Alloy Reinforced) Used as bare overhead transmission cable and as primary and secondary distribution
AAAC aluminum alloy conductors are extensively used for overhead distribution and transmission lines adjacent to ocean
coastlines where there can be a problem of corrosion in the steel of an ACSR construction. The aluminum alloy conductors
are used in place of single-layer ACSR conductors (i.e., #6 to #4/0 AWG) to reduce power losses in overhead distribution and transmission lines.
The inductive effect of the ACSR’s steel core is eliminated, hence increasing the operating efficiency of the line.
Standard 6201-T81 high strength aluminum conductors, conforming to ASTM Specification B-399, are concentric-lay-stranded, similar in construction and appearance to 1350 grade aluminum conductors. Standard 6201 alloy conductors are
similar to other alloy conductors commercially known as Ardival, Aldrey or Almelec. They were developed to fill the need for
an economical conductor for overhead applications requiring higher strength than that obtainable with 1350 grade aluminum
conductors, but without a steel core.
ACSR (Aluminum conductor steel reinforced )
ACSR is widely used in power transmission lines with various voltage levels.
It has the advantages as high mechanical strength, good conductivity, corrosion resistance, easy to set up,
high temperature resistance,
simple structure, convenient installation and maintenance, large transmission capacity and is also suitable for laying
across rivers and valleys where special geographical features exist.
The combination of the aluminum and steel in the conductor design offer efficient conductivity and high tensile strength,
making ACSR the most economical solution for overhead power transmission and distribution projects.
We have obtained certificates of ISO9001, ISO14001.
All the products can perfectly meet requests of different standards.
At the same time, we can design and manufacture special cables according to the required standards of customers,
such as: GB, IEC, BS, ASTM, JIS, DIN and so on.
AAC (All Aluminum conductor )
Applications:AAC 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.
Features :All Aluminum Conductor (AAC) 1350-H19 provides reliable performance in overhead transmission and distribution applications.
AAC conductors are used in line designs that do not require the strength of ACSR type conductors while maximizing current carrying capacity.
Construction:AAC cable is a concentric-lay-stranded conductor consisting of Aluminum alloy 1350-H19 wires available in both single layer and multi-layer constructions.
AAAC (All Aluminum Alloy Conductor)
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 favourable 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.
|ACAR Aluminum Conductors Aluminum Alloy Reinforced IEC 61089|
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