AAAC ASTM-B All Aluminium Alloy Conductor APPLICATION
AAAC is used as a bare overhead conductor for power transmission and distribution lines,on aerial circuits that require a larger mechanical resistance than AAC, and better corrosion resistance than ACSR. The sag characteristics and the strength-to-weight ratio of AAAC is better than both AAC / ACSR.
AAAC are designed to get better strength to weight ratio and offer improved electrical properties, excellent sag-tension characteristics, and superior corrosion resistance when compared with ACSR. As compared to a conventional ACSR conductor, the lighter weight, comparable strength & current carrying capacity, lower electrical losses and superior corrosion resistance have given AAAC a wide acceptance in the distribution and medium & high voltage transmission lines.
AAAC ASTM-B All Aluminium Alloy Conductor Installation
It is recommended that the installation instructions indicated by the Local Electric Code, or any equivalent, be followed so that the safeguarding of persons and the integrity of the product will not be affected by deficiencies in the installation.
AAAC-ASTM-B All Aluminium Alloy Conductor Construction
Aluminium alloy conductor Type AL2 to AL7 as per IEC 50183
AAAC ASTM-B All Aluminium Alloy Conductor STANDARDS
ASTM – B 399 Metric Units,
ASTM – B 231,
TS IEC 1089,
BS 215, UNE 21.018
BS EN 50183, etc.
AAAC-ASTM-B All Aluminium Alloy Conductor CODE WORDS:
Akron, Alton, Ames, Azusa, Anaheim, Amherst, Alliance, Butte, Canton, Cairo, Darien, Elgin, Flint, Greeley
|Code Name||Area||Size&Stranding of ACSR with equal diameter||No. and diameter||Overall diameter||Weight||Nominal breaking load|
|Nominal||Actual||AWG or MCM||Al/St|
Remark:This is just part of the standard parameters of our products. Please contact our Engineer if you need more.
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