CSR Bare Conductor for Power Transmission Project
Stranded 1350 aluminum conductors shown in this section of data are classified as follows:
Class AA For bare conductors usually included in overhead lines.
Class A For conductors being covered with weather-resistant materials as well as for bare conductors where greater flexibility is essential.
Compact strand conductor for handy in bare overhead applications or for use with weather-resistant coverings or insulations is usually available.
Classes refer to stranding and therefore are an indication of distant relative conductor flexibility, AA being the lowest amount of flexible, C the most flexible
ACSR Bare Conductor pertaining to Power Transmission Project
Stranded 1350 aluminum conductors shown within this section of data will be classified as follows:
Class AA For bare conductors usually found in overhead lines.
Class A For conductors being covered with weather-resistant materials and then for bare conductors where greater flexibility becomes necessary.
Compact strand conductor for easy use in bare overhead applications or for use with weather-resistant coverings or insulations is likewise available.
Classes refer to stranding and therefore are an indication of general conductor flexibility, AA being the smallest amount flexible, C the nearly all flexible
ALUMINUM WIRING ARE CONCENTRICALLY STRANDED
Aluminum alloy 1350-H19 wires, concentrically stranded.
AAC bare conductors meet or exceed this particular ASTM specifications:
B-230 Light weight aluminum Wire, 1250-H19 for Electrical Purposes
B-231 Aluminum Conductors, Concentric-Lay-Stranded
B-400 Lightweight Round Concentric-Lay-Stranded Aluminum 1350 Conductors
all aluminum conductor meets or exceeds these standards: IEC61089, BS215, DIN48201, ASTMB231, BS EN50182, GB/T1179-2008
Resistance is calculated making use of ASTM standard increments connected with stranding and metal conductivity associated with 52. 5% IACS, HVAC resistance at 60Hz
Current ratings are determined by 75℃ conductor temperature, 25℃ ambient, 2ft/s wind, 96/watts/sq. ft sun,.05 coefficients involving emissivity and absorption.
Large Voltage AAAC Conductor Bare Conductor
Conductor(AAAC) have been key in power transmission traces with various voltage quantities, and also used with power lines across wonderful rivers, heavy ice spot, and other places specific geographical characteristics. The co-nductorhave excellent attributes of high strength, large current carrying capability and good catenary property and wear-resistance, anti-crush and corrosion-proof by using simple structure, convenient assembly and maintenance, low cost to the line, large transmission ability.