Copper clad Aluminum Magnesium Alloy Wire 0.10mm-3.0mm

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1.Features of Copper clad Aluminum Magnesium Alloy Wire:

Copper clad aluminum is a composite wire consisting of an aluminum core clad with copper. Even though the material is 85 - 90% aluminum, the wire has high frequency electrical properties equal to solid copper. Wuxi Huamei Cable Co., Ltd. produces a broad line copper clad aluminum wire, copper clad aluminum magnesium alloy wire, Tinned copper clad aluminum wire, Copper clad bare, plated, and film insulated.Copper clad aluminum is widely used in applications requiring the conductivity of copper while retaining much of the weight advantages of aluminum.


2.Introduction of Copper clad Aluminum Magnesium Alloy Wire:

Aluminum-magnesium alloy wire is high strength low alloy steel, heat treatment has good mechanical properties, high strength, sufficient toughness, hardenability, weldability (preheat), processing formability are good, but the resistance low corrosion resistance and oxidation resistance, usually after quenching and tempering or isothermal use. High strength quenched and tempered steel. Has high strength and toughness, high hardenability, cold plastic deformation moderate, good cutting performance. 


3.Image of Copper clad Aluminum Magnesium Alloy Wire:

Copper clad Aluminum Magnesium Alloy Wire 0.10mm-3.0mm


4.Technical parameters: of Aluminum Magnesium Alloy Wire for Braiding: 

Aluminum-magnesium alloy wire
Type specification(mm)Tensile strengthBreaking elongation (%)Density20°C resistivity(Ωmm/m)Tolerance
(Mpa)(kg/dm)
HLM-0.22≥230≥122.68≤d≤2.72≤0.054±0.006
HLM-0.20≥230≥102.68≤d≤2.72≤0.054±0.006
HLM-0.18≥220≥92.68≤d≤2.72≤0.054±0.005
HLM-0.16≥220≥82.68≤d≤2.72≤0.054±0.004
HLM-0.15≥220≥72.68≤d≤2.72≤0.054±0.004
HLM-0.12≥220≥62.68≤d≤2.72≤0.054

±0.004


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