IEC STANDARD BARE COPPER STRANDED CONDUCTOR 120MM2

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  • Place of Origin: Jiangsu, China (Mainland)

  • Model Number: BCC 120MM2

  • Type: High Voltage

  • Application: Power Station

  • Conductor Material: Copper

 

 

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Packaging Details:wooden drum packing
Delivery Detail:7 days

Specifications

HIGH VOLTAGE BARE COPPER CONDUCTOR CABLE 120MM2
1 GOOD PRICE AND QUALITY
2 SHORT TIME DELIVERY

HIGH VOLTAGE BARE COPPER CONDUCTOR CABLE

 

 

APPLICATION

 

For use on insulators for overhead distribution or for ground conductors

CONSTRUCTION

 

 Soft or annealed, bare or tin coated, solid or concentric stranded copper conductor.


 

 

 

 

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