Bare Soft and Hard Drawn Copper Stranded
Plain bare soft drawn Copper conductors as per IEC 60228 class 2.
Plain bare hard drawn Copper conductors as per DIN 48201.
Soft drawn Copper conductors are used for grounding electrical systems, where high conductivity and flexibility are required.
Hard drawn Copper conductors are used in overhead electrical distribution networks.
All Aluminium Conductors (A.A.C.)
Hard drawn Aluminium wires, stranded in successive layers, in opposite direction to form the Aluminium stranded A.A.C. conductor. As per BS EN 50182 or IEC 61089.
All Aluminium bare conductors are used for aerial distribution lines having relatively short spans, aerial feeders and bus bars of substations.
All Aluminium Alloy Conductors (A.A.A.C.)
All Aluminium alloy (ALMELEC) conductors, stranded in successive layers to form the stranded A.A.A.C. conductor. As per IEC 61089 or BS EN 50182 or ASTM B 399.
A.A.A.C. are mainly used for overhead lines, in transmission and distribution electrical networks, having relatively long spans. They are also used a messenger to support overhead electrical cables.
Aluminium Conductor Steel Reinforced (A.C.S.R.)
An outer layer of Aluminium conductor concentrically stranded over the central core of galvanized solid or stranded steel wires to form Aluminium steel reinforced conductor. As per BS EN 50182 or ASTM B 232 or IEC 61089.
A.C.S.R conductors are widely used for electrical power transmission over long distances, since they are ideal for long overhead lines spans. They are also used as a messenger for supporting overhead electrical cables.