Aluminum Conductor Steel Reinforced ACSR

Aluminum conductor steel reinforced (ACSR) is a type of reinforced conductor with a single layer or multiple layers of aluminum strand stranded outside the galvanized steel wire, it is mainly applied to the power and transmission line industry. For the transmission line with high voltage, due to the limited line path, and multiple lines cannot be erected in a single path

Aluminum Clad Steel Stranded Wire LBJ

Aluminum clad steel stranded wire (LBJ) is a general designation of the overhead laying conductor for electric power transmission and the overhead earth wire for lightning protection.

Aluminum Conductor Aluminum- Cladded Steel Reinforced JL/LB1A

Aluminum conductor aluminum- cladded steel reinforced is an overhead conductor with aluminum-clad steel as the strength member, and the core and hard-drawn aluminum wire stranded together.

Composite Core Soft Aluminum Stranded Wire

The composite core soft aluminum strand is a composite material whose center is drawn by carbon fiber, glass fiber, and thermosetting resin, and the core member plays a load-bearing role. The effective operating temperature of traditional steel-cored aluminum stranded wire does not exceed 100℃, while the strength is increased by less than 2 times. It sags by 1/2 under high temperature, and the weight per unit length is 10-20% lighter, which avoids galvanic corrosion between different metals.

Concentric Stranded Aluminum-clad Invar Core Heat-resistant Aluminum Alloy Stranded Wire

Invar: Fe-36%Ni alloy. Aluminum-clad Invar core heat-resistant wire is made of two special materials, aluminum-clad Invar core and super heat-resistant aluminum alloy. Compared with ordinary aluminum-clad steel wire, the linear expansion coefficient of aluminum-clad Invar wire is about 70% lower.

Aluminum-clad Steel Core Heat-resistant Aluminum Alloy Stranded Wire

Aluminum-clad steel core heat-resistant aluminum alloy stranded wireis an excellent product for capacity expansion and transformation of overhead transmission lines. The wire has a long-term operating temperature of up to 150°C and a large current carrying capacity. It can increase the transmission capacity (30%-50%) without replacing the tower.

Aluminum Alloy Stranded Wire

In order to solve the energy-saving transformation of transmission lines, reduce transmission line losses, and increase line life, many countries in the world have developed and used aluminum alloy conductors, and have more mature application experience, instead of steel core aluminum stranded wires to realize transmission lines Energy saving and consumption reduction is one of the development trends.

Aluminum Clad Steel Single Wire LB

The aluminum-clad steel wire takes the high strength round steel wire as the wire core and is evenly and continuously covered with a layer of aluminum on the outside, and then after the synchronous deformation of the duplex metal, it becomes a type of composite material of steel and aluminum. The aluminum-clad steel wire has many advantages, such as high tensile strength, high electrical conductivity, and strong corrosion-resistance, etc., and is widely applied to the field of communication, electric power transmission, as well as the manufacture of the corrosion-resistant metal net, rack, line, column and so on.