Tin-platted Copper-clad Steel Wire

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1. Product Description:

Tinned copper clad steel is made by covering a coating of tin on the surface of copper clad steel wire by hot dip method, the metallic cohesion is perfectly between the layers, and there will be no flaking off during the heat treatment or mechanical workout. The TCCS is the best new clad metal wire instead of tined copper wire. Producible scope: the diameter is from 0.10mm to 1.20mm; the conductivity is from 15% -30%

2. Product Characteristic:

shiny, excellent electrical conductivity, bearing being bended, good tensile strength, excellent welding and corrosion, with light specific gravity, can save resources of copper.

3. Product Specification

Place of Origin:  Zhejiang, China (Mainland)

Number:  CCS

Surface Treatment: 

Coated Type:  single wire

Function:  shielding

Wire Gauge:  0.10mm-2.00mm

Conductivity:  16%

Copper content:  4%

Surface of ccs:  tin plated

4. Application

Main Application: flexible coaxial cable, a variety of audio and video cable, vehicle signal cable, network cable, data transmission cables and so on. Tinned copper clad steel can be used in the above cable: cable conductor, braiding and shielding, the single wire conductor and other conductors. Applicable to a variety of electronic components lead wire, such as capacitors, resistors and so on.

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