Tinned Copper Clad Steel Wire ( Tinned CCS wire )

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1.Product Description:

CCS wire is we common named “CP” wire , which is made of high-class and low-Carbon steel , clad non-oxygenic copper layer by mechanical method, than plating Tin. Due to the high purity of layer, the copper core and tin layer cladding close-grained .

Tinned CCS wire with the high conductivity & magneto conductivity of Copper high strength of steel , bending and tin’s thermal conductivity, corrosion resistance , and oxidation resistance at high temperatures . since its superior strength and weldability , resistance to bending, welding point firmly , its anti-vibration up to 3-6 times compare with pure copper wire , easy to automate  

2. Product Characteristic:

This wire is widely used for lead wire & jumper wire of electronic components, core of RF cable, it has become a perfect wire of communication, electronics , electric power industry .

3.Specification

Diameter: 0.08mm--2.5mm

Spool size:DIN100mm, DIN130mm, DIN180mm, DIN250mm, DIN400mm,

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