Copper Clad Aluminum Flat Wire

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1.Product Description:

Copper clad aluminum flat wire is a new-generation product for transformers, welding machine , transformer , welding machine , motor stator , and other usage, saving over 50% cost .

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Due to the copper clad aluminum wire density is small, so that the copper clad aluminum has many advantages: for the same weight and line diameter of pure copper and copper clad aluminum compared copper clad aluminum wire length is about 1.7 ~ 2.5 times the pure copper wire, which will for manufacturers to reduce material cost. II due to 1 ton of copper clad aluminum copper weight 268 to 368Kg, instead of 1.7 ~ 2.5 tons of pure copper, the application of copper clad aluminum wire can save a lot of copper resources.

Electric welding machine , electric transformer , inverter, frequency induction heating furnace and so on .

3.Specification

Diameter: 0.08mm--2.5mm

Spool size : DIN500mm,. DIN600mm

Normal package: roll

DC resistivity (20) 0.0182Ω.m /m

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