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Aluminum Clad Steel Wire Conductor ACS ASTMB416

Aluminum Clad Steel Wire Conductor ACS ASTMB416

Standard: ASTM B416 
Capacity: 5000ton/month
Delivery Length: accord with the request 
Min.Order Qty : 1km

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Aluminum-Clad Steel Conductors ACS ASTM B416 

Application

Aluminum-Clad Steel Wire Strand Conductor is a bimetallic wire which steel wire is covered by Aluminum evenly with advantages of good .electric conductivity, anti corrosion, good high frequency transmission and high intensity. Aluminum-coated steel core aluminum stranded wire is a stranded wire which strands Aluminum-Clad Steel wire as reinforce core with aluminum wire.

Compared with common Aluminum conductor steel reinforced, Aluminum-Clad Steel Wire Strand Conductor has the following advantages of 5% weight reducing, 2-3% load increase, 4-6% electric loss reduction, longer life and no extra cost. It is widely used for electric transmission line conductors, especially for coastal areas,salt alkali beach, grade 3 or grade 4 polluted industrial zone and the place with requirement of enlarged Aluminum steel cross-section ratio.

Construction

Aluminum-Clad Steelwires are concentrically stranded and wrapped helically around a central wire. Each successive layer has six wires more than the previous underlying layer. Outer layer is right hand lay and reversed in successive layers.

Specification

ASTM B416 Standard







ASTM B416

Code Number

Area

No.of wires

Diameter

Weight

Rated Strengh

Max.D.C. Resistance at 20℃

Wire

Cond.

 

mm2

 

mm

mm

kg/km

kN

Ω/km

3 N0 5Awg.

50.32

3

4.62

9.96

334.1

54.42

1.699

3 No 6Awg.

39

3

4.11

8.87

265.0

45.74

2.142

3 N0 7Awg.

31.65

3

3.67

7.9

210.1

38.36

2.701

3 No 8Awg.

25.1

3

3.26

7.03

166.7

32.06

3.406

3 N0 9Awg.

19.9

3

2.91

6.26

132.2

25.43

4.294

3 N0 10Awg.

15.78

3

2.59

5.58

104.8

20.16

5.415

7 N0 5Awg.

117.4

7

4.62

13.9

781.l

120.27

0.7426

7 N0 6Awg.

93.1

7

4.11

12.4

619.5

101.14

0.9198

7 N0 7Awg.

73.87

7

3.67

11

491.1

84.81

1.160O

7 No 8Awg.

58.56

7

3.26

9.78

389.6

70.88

1.463

7 N0 9Awg.

46.44

7

2.91

8.71

308.9

56.2

1.844

7 N0 10Awg.

36.83

7

2.59

7.76

245.1

44.58

2.325

7 No l1Awg.

29.21

7

2.3

6.91

194.4

35.35

2.932

7 N0 12Awg.

23.16

7

2.05

6.16

154.2

28.03

3.697

19 No 5Awg.

318.7

19

4.62

23.1

2129.0

326.39

0.2698

19 N0 6Awg.

252.7

19

4.11

20.6

1688.0

274.55

0.3402

19 N0 7Awg.

200.4

19

3.67

18.3

1339.0

230.18

0.429

1g N0 8Awg.

158.9

19

3.26

16.3

1062.0

192.41

0.5409

19 N0 9Awg.

126.1

19

2.91

14.5

842.0

152.58

0.6821

19 N0 10Awg.

99.96

19

2.59

12.9

667.7

121.00

0.8601

37 N0 5Awg.

620.6

37

4.62

32.3

4170.0

635.43

0.1394

37 Na 6Awg.

492.2

37

4.11

28.8

3307.0

534.85

0.1757

37 N0 7Awg.

390.3

37

3.67

25.7

2623.0

448.09

0.2216

37 No aAwg.

309.5

37

3.26

22.9

2080.0

374.67

0.2794

37 N0 9Awg.

245.5

37

2.91

20.3

1649.0

279.11

0.3523

37 N0 10Awg.

194.7

37

2.59

17.9

1308.0

235.61

0.4443