Bare Conductors

  • AAC Conductors are made out of Hard drawn EC Grade (min 61% IACS) Aluminium wires stranded in successive layers in opposite direction to form the Aluminium stranded AAC Conductor up to 61 wires.
  • AAAC conductorare made out from aluminum-magnesium-silicon alloy of high electrical conductivity (min 53% IACS) containing magnesium (0.6-0.9%) & silicon (0.5-0.9%) to give it better mechanical properties after treatment. AAAC conductors are made out of aluminum alloy 6201. AAAC conductor has a better corrosion resistance and better strength to weight ratio and improved electrical conductivity than ACSR conductor on equal diameter basis.
  • ACSR conductor consists of a solid or stranded steel core surrounded by strands of aluminium. ACSR conductor is available in a range of steel strengths varying from 6% up to 40%.
  • ACAR has aluminium 1350 H-19 wires concentrically stranded around a 6201-T81 aluminium . Alloy core.
  • AACSR Bare Conductor is a concentrically stranded conductor composed of one or more layers of 6201 -T81 aluminum alloy wire stranded over a high-strength zinc coated steel core. The core may be single wire or stranded depending on the requirement customer.
DESCRIPTION NOMINAL SECTIONAL AREA CONDUCTOR NUMBER OF WIRES DIAMETER OF WIRES OVERALL DIAMETER DATASHEET
AAC All Aluminum Stranded Conductor 16 – 1000 mm2 7 – 91 1.70 – 3.74 mm 5.10 – 41.14 mm
AAAC All Aluminum Alloy Conductor 16 – 1000 mm2 7 – 91 1.71 – 3.74 mm 5.13 – 41.14 mm
ACSR Aluminum Conductor Steel Reinforced 16/2.5 – 170/40 mm2 1 – 7 1.80 – 2.70 mm 5.4 – 18.9 mm
ACAR Aluminum Conductor Alloy Reinforced 15.50 – 1013 mm2 5.04 – 41.40 mm

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DESCRIPTION NOMINAL SECTIONAL AREA CONDUCTOR NUMBER OF WIRES DIAMETER OF WIRES OVERALL DIAMETER DATASHEET
AAC All Aluminum Stranded Conductor 16 – 1000 mm2 7 – 91 1.70 – 3.74 mm 5.10 – 41.14 mm
AAAC All Aluminum Alloy Conductor 16 – 1000 mm2 7 – 91 1.71 – 3.74 mm 5.13 – 41.14 mm
ACSR Aluminum Conductor Steel Reinforced 16/2.5 – 170/40 mm2 1 – 7 1.80 – 2.70 mm 5.4 – 18.9 mm
ACAR Aluminum Conductor Alloy Reinforced 15.50 – 1013 mm2 5.04 – 41.40 mm

Aluminum conductors are mainly used in airline applications and in primary and secondary electric power distribution.

AAC drivers are mainly used in urban areas where space is smaller and the supports are closer. AAC conductors advantage is their higher corrosion resistance, that’s why they are widely used in coastal areas.

The higher strength ACSR conductors are used for river crossings, overhead earth wires, and installations involving extra long spans. Against any given resistance of conductor, ACSR conductor may be manufactured to have different tensile strengths as per requirement. The principal advantage of these conductors are their high tensile strength and light weight, covering longer spans with less supports.

AAAC is used as a bare aerial conductor for electric power transmission and distribution lines, in air circuits that require greater mechanical strength than the AAC, it also has better buckling characteristics and better resistance-weight ratio than the AAC.

The biggest differences between these three conductors is their construction material and corrosion resistance.

However all are used in the construction of overhead power lines, and for different specific applications, which are involved in energy distribution.