Al / Cu Conductor , AAAC Control cable,Power Cables

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LV&MV, Al/Cu Conductor, Insulation/Sheath PVC/PE/XLPE, Shield CTS/, Armour SWA/DSTA/ATA, Power/ABC/ACSR/Control/Overhead cable


Power cable


1. Material: Cooper, Aluminum


2. Rated voltage: low and medium voltage 


3. Wire identification: Red, yellow, blue, white, black


4. No. Of cores : Single core cable: from 1.5 mm2  to 800 mm2; Multi-core cable: from 1.5 mm2 to 400 mm2


5. Standard:   Low voltage: IEC60502-1 Medium voltage :IEC60502-2 or other requirement.


6. Insulation: PVC, XLPE, PE


7. Sheath:PVC, PE, XLPE 


8. Armor:   Galvanized steel wires armouror Galvanized steel tape armour Aluminium Tape Armour/ Aluminium Wire Armour.


9. Application: Suitable for indoor, channel, conduit,underground,vertical well etc.


10. Nominal cross section area: from 1.5 mm2 to 800 mm2.


Aerial Bundle Cable Service Drop


 1. 3x35+54.6+16  3x50+54.6+16  3x70+54.6+16 3x95+70+16  3x120+70+16 3x150+70+16 mm2


 2.2x16mm2 2x25mm2 2x35mm2 2x50mm2 4x16mm2 4x25mm2 4x35mm2


3. Standard: ASTM ANSI, ICEA S-76-474, NFC 33-209 or other request.

Overhead electrical stranded cable (Bare Conductor)


1.Material: 1) Aluminum stranded wire and aluminum alloy stranded wire 2) Overhead stranded galvanized steel wire 3) Aluminum clad steel




3. Standard:  AAC: GB/T 1179-2008 IEC 61089 ASTM B232 BS 215 part1, DIN 48201-5 or other requirement.


AAAC:GB/T 1179-2008,  IEC 61089, ASTM B 399   BS3242, DIN 48201-6 or other request.


ACSR : GB/T 1179-2008,  IEC 61089,  DIN48204,  ASTM B232,  BS215 PART 2or other request.



4.Application: These cables most widely used aerial line in aerial electric transmission lines and main product to form a power grid.

Aerial Insulated Cable


1. Material: Aluminium, copper


3. Rated Voltage: 0./1 kV, 10kV, 35kV. 

4. No. of cores: 1, 2, 3, 4, 3+k(A), 3+k(B). 

5. Standard:   GB/T12527  GB/T14049 or other.


6. Insulation: PVC, PE, xlpe


7. Sheath:PVC, PE, XLPE


8. Application: applying in cable fixed aerial laying or used as wire leading into user's premises.


9. Nominal cross section area: from 10 mm2 to 710mm2.

Control Cable


1.Material: Cooper 


2.Rated voltage: 300/500V, 450/750V, 0.6/1 kV. 


3.No. Of cores :  2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 10, 12, 14, 16, 19, 24, 27, 30, 37, 44, 48, 52, 61


4.Standard:   GB/T9330, IEC or customers' requirement.


5.Insulation: PVC, XLPE, PE 


6.Sheath:PVC, PE, XLPE


7.Armor: Steel wire, Steel tape


8.Application: Suitable for chambers, tunnels and ducts, light-current control system and heavy-current magnetic interference region etc.


9.Nominal cross section area: 0.5~10mm²

PVC Insulated Electric Wires & Cables


1.Material: Annealed copper wires, bunched(class 5); Solid copper wire(class


2.Rated voltage: 300/500v and 450/750v    


3.Wire identification: Red, yellow, blue, white, black


4.No. Of cores : single core, 2 cores,3 cores,4 cores, 5 cores


5.Standard: IEC 60227 or according to customers' requirement.


6.Insulation / Sheath : PVC   


7.Application: Fixed wiring, house wire, building etc.


8.Nominal cross section area: from 0.25 to 240.


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