|Place of Origin:||Henan|
|Minimum Order Quantity:||1000M|
|Packaging Details:||New Wooden drum, reel, circle, or according to customers request.|
|Payment Terms:||L/C, T/T, Western Union, MoneyGram|
|Supply Ability:||200 tons per day|
|Name:||Aluminium Conductor Steel Reinforced||Material:||Aluminum 1350 Galvanized Steel|
|HS Code:||7614100000||Certification:||ISO9001, CE, UL, CCC, RoHS, VDE, SGS BV|
|Type:||Acsr Lynx Conductor|
Lynx Aluminium Conductor Steel Reinforced,
MV Acsr Lynx Conductor,
LV Acsr Lynx Conductor
MV LV Aluminium Conductor Steel Reinforced Acsr Lynx Conductor
Aluminium Conductor Steel Reinforced Is used in Overhead transmission and distribution lines Medium, High and Extra High voltage. Specially recommended in, crossings, or where a very high tensile strength is needed.
Aluminium Conductor Steel Reinforced Material Standard:
ASTM-B232 Standard specification for Concentric-Lay-Stranded Aluminum 1350 Conductors
BS215-2 aluminum conductors steel-reinforced —For overhead power transmission
DIN48204 Steel reinforced aluminum stranded conductors
IEC209 Aluminum stranded conductor steel reinforced
We could produce most of the standards cables, such as ASTM, BS, CSA, DIN, GB and IEC standards, etc.
(1). The permissible long-time operating temperature for aerial conductor is 70℃.
(2). Under the circumstance that rare climate is occurring and ice coverage rate low in heavy ice area, the biggest stress of cable at the lowest point of the sag should not exceed 60% of the short-time destructive power.
(3). When connecting conductors, the conductor beside the connecting tube cant be prominent. Otherwise, the force on the operating conductors will be unbalanced. After connectors are install, the connecting tube should be painted by moisture-proof varnish in order to protect it from corrosion.
(4). Under installation, the arc downing stress of all the conductors should be the same. With in the permissible distance of crossing buildings or dropping to the ground, the stress can be 10-15% higher than regular stress.
Contact Person: Alex Yang