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All Aluminium Conductor-AAC

  • Standard:

lEG 61089 Type A1

  • Construction:

All-Aluminum conductors are the most favored type for  use in the  construction  of relatively short span distribution schemes and are in common use on lines for voltages up to 63 KV. Another frequent application for all – Aluminum conductor is in flexible busbar connections. Although aluminum-to-copper connection can be  made, it  is better  to use aluminum conductors for  service connections, various forms  cable  being available  for  this purpose. The data sheets show the most common sizes of conductor but other sizes, related to any recognized specification, can be supplied.

  • Application:

These conductors have great  economical advantage  when compared with  copper type bare conductors and Insulated cables regarding installation of  overhead distribution lines at low and medium voltages.

aluminium
Code number
Area (mm2)
No. of Wires (No)
Dia. of Wires (mm)
Weight (kg/km)
Rated Strength (KN)
D.C. resistance (ohm/km)
10
10
7
1.35
27.4
1.95
2.8633
15
15
7
1.71
43.8
3.04
1.7896
25
25
7
2.13
68.4
4.50
1.1453
40
40
7
2.70
109.4
6.80
0.7158
63
63
7
3.39
172.3
10.39
0.4545
100
100
19
2.59
274.8
17.00
0.2877
125
125
19
2.89
343.6
21.25
0.2302
160
160
19
3.27
439.8
26.40
0.1798
200
200
19
3.66
549.7
32.00
0.1439
250
250
19
4.09
687.1
40.00
0.1151
315
315
37
3.29
867.9
51.97
0.0916
400
400
37
3.71
1102.0
64.00
0.0721
450
450
37
3.94
1239.8
72.00
0.0641
500
500
37
4.05
1377.6
80.00
0.0577
560
560
37
4.39
1542.9
89.60
0.515
630
630
61
3.63
1738.3
100.80
0.0458
710
710
61
3.85
1959.1
113.60
0.0407
800
800
61
4.09
2207.4
128.00
0.0361
900
900
61
4.33
2483.3
144.00
0.0321
1000
1000
61
4.57
2759.2
160.00
0.0289
1120
1120
91
3.98
3093.5
179.20
0.0258
1250
1250
91
8.14
3452.6
200.00
0.0231
1400
1400
91
4.43
3866.9
224.00
0.0207
1500
1500
91
4.58
4143.1
2440.00
0.0193

All Aluminium Alloy conductor - AAAC

  • Standard:

German Standard     DIN 48201

  • Construction:

These conductors are formed by several of these, with other wires of galvanized steel, stranded  in concentric layers. The central wire which from the core are of either alloy or steel and the outer layers are of alloy. Normally the composition of these  conductors  is the  same as the  ones  pertaining to the aluminum steel conductors. In the case of alloy conductors, all the wire can be the same nominal diameter and in the case of alloy conductors with a steel  core, the diameters of the alloy and the steel wire can be the’ same or different  of one other. The basic composition of  this alloy pertains to the aluminum – magnesium – silicon  group which is also known in  Europe as Alrnelec Aldery and after their  drawing they must undergo a thermal treatment at a temperature of approximately 165°C.

  • Application:

As regards aluminum, the wire of this alloy has a double tensile strength (greater than 30kg/mm2),  its electrical conductivity is 15% lower (53% instead of 61%) and the weight is the same. By making use of these characteristics, in many cases, an alloy conductor can be  replaced the Aluminum conductor steel reinforced with a similar  installation cost. The Aluminum Alloy steel  reinforced conductors have a much higher strength and low, medium, high and very high voltage lines.

Code Number Nominal (mm2)
Code Number Actual (mm2)
Stranding and Wire diameter (No./mm)
Overal Diameter (mm)
Weight (kg/km)
Nominal Breaking Load (kp)
Maximum DC resistance at 200^C (ohm/km)
Maximum AC Resistance 25^C (ohm/km)
Maximum AC Resistance 75^C (ohm/km)
Current Rating Ambient Temp 25^C (A)
Current Rating Ambient Temp 40^C (A)
16
15.89
7/1.7
5.1
43
453
2.09127
2.13350
2.55490
96
80
25
24.25
7/2.1
6.3
66
691
1.37047
1.39827
1.67445
127
106
35
34.36
7/2.5
7.5
94
979
0.96700
0.98715
1.18213
160
134
50
49.46
7/3.0
9.0
135
1409
0.67153
0.68552
0.82092
206
170
50
48.36
19/1.8
9.0
133
1377
0.69063
0.70502
0.84427
201
168
70
65.82
19/2.10
10.5
181
1875
0.50740
0.51797
0.62028
246
206
95
93.27
19/2.50
12.5
256
2657
0.35802
0.36601
0.43831
310
260
120
117.00
19/2.80
14.0
322
3333
0.28541
0.29178
0.34941
361
303
150
147.10
37/2.25
15.7
405
4191
0.22742
0.23279
0.27888
420
352
185
181.60
37/2.50
17.5
500
5174
0.18421
0.18890
0.22621
483
405
240
242.53
61/2.25
20.2
670
6909
0.13835
0.14265
0.17082
584
489
300
299042
61/2.50
22.5
827
8530
0.11206
0.11600
0.13891
671
562
400
400.13
61/2.89
26.0
1105
11398
0.08386
0.08839
0.10585
807
676
500
499.82
61/3.23
29.1
1381
14238
0.06713
0.07137
0.08546
932
781
625
626.28
91/2.96
32.6
1733
17838
0.05369
0.05830
0.06981
1071
898
800
802.06
91/3.35
36.8
2226
22848
0.04192
0.04752
0.05691
1237
1036
1000
999.68
91/3.74
41.1
2767
28477
0.03367
0.04037
0.04835
1393
1166

Aluminum Conductor Steel Reinforced - ACSR-GA

  • Standard:

British Standard   BS 215  Part 2

  • Construction:

Aluminum Conductors Consist of several wires of Aluminum and galvanized high carbon steel, stranded in concentric layers, the wire or wires which form the core are made galvanized steel core of 1,7 or 19 wires, Surrounded by concentric layers of Aluminum wires.

  • Application:

The Aluminum conductors (ACSR) are suitable for over head lines of medium, high and extra high voltages  for short or long distances.

ACSR
Code Name
Area Aluminum Nominal
Area Aluminum (mm2)
Area Steal (mm2)
Area Taoist (mm2)
Stranding and Wire Diameter Aluminum (No./mm)
Stranding and Wire Diameter Steal (No./mm)
Apptcoxmate Derail Diameter (mm)
Weight Aluminum (kg/km)
Weight Steal (mm2)
Weight Taoist (mm2)
Nominal Breaking Load (mm)
Maximum DC Resistance at 20°C (mm)
Maximum AC Resistance at 25°C (ohm/km)
Maximum AC Resistance at 75°C (ohm/km)
Quran Rating Arians Tempo 25°C (A)
Quran Rating Arians Tempo 40°C (A)
Mole
10.60
1.77
12.37
6/1.50
1/1.50
4.5
29
14
43
421
2.63987
2.69317
3.22513
82
69
Squirrel
2098
3.50
24.48
62.11
1/2.11
6.33
58
27
85
806
1.3414
1.36120
1.63006
129
108
Gopher
25
26.25
4.37
30.62
6/2.36
12.36
7.08
72
34
106
980
1.06645
1.08808
1.30300
149
135
Weasel
30
31.61
5.27
36.88
6/2.59
12.59
7.77
87
41
128
1157
0.88545
0.90358
1.082206
169
141
Fox
3668
6.11
42.79
6/2.79
12.79
8.37
101
48
148
1343
0.76306
0.77868
0.93249
186
165
Ferret
40
42.41
7.07
49.48
6/3.00
1/3.00
9
116
55
171
1553
0.65997
0.67348
0.80651
205
172
Rabbit
50
52.88
8.81
61.70
6/3.35
1/3.35
10.05
145
69
214
1873
0.52927
0.5429
0.64701
238
199
Mink
63.12
10.52
73.64
6/3.66
1/3.66
10.98
173
82
255
2223
0.44341
0.45289
0.54234
267
224
Shrunk
63.22
36.88
100.10
12/2.59
7/2.59
12.95
175
288
483
5378
0.42001
0.46076
0.55176
290
243
Beaver
75.02
12.50
87.52
6/3.99
1/3.99
11.97
206
97
303
2627
0.3709
0.38107
0.45634
300
251
Horse
70
73.36
42.79
116.16
12/2.79
7/2.79
13.95
203
334
537
6240
0.36195
0.39706
0.47549
321
269
Recon
79.21
13.20
92.42
6/4.10
1/4.10
12.3
217
103
320
2774
0.35334
0.36123
0.43258
311
261
Otter
83.92
13.99
97.90
6/4.22
1/4.22
12.66
230
109
339
2930
0.33353
0.34098
0.40833
323
271
Cat
95.42
15.90
111.33
6/4.50
1/4.50
13.5
262
124
386
33.41
0.29332
0.29986
0.35909
352
295
Hare
104.98
17.50
122.43
6/4.72
1/4.72
14.16
288
136
424
3665
0.26661
0.27291
0.2368
376
314
Dog
100
104.98
13.55
118.53
6/4.72
7/1.57
14.15
288
106
394
3333
0.26811
0.27896
0.33406
374
313
Hyena
105.96
20.48
126.43
7/4.39
7/1.93
14.57
291
160
451
4194
0.26316
0.27602
0.33054
381
319
Leopard
13137
16.84
148.21
6/5.28
7/1.75
15.81
360
132
492
4157
0.21432
0.22338
0.28748
433
363
Coyote
131.74
20.06
151.80
26/2.54
7/1.91
15.89
364
156
510
4684
0.21443
0.22417
0.26845
434
364
Cougar
131.51
7.31
138.81
18/3.05
1/3.05
15.25
362
58
420
3116
0.21717
0.22270
0.26669
425
355
Tiger
131.23
30.62
161.85
30/2.36
7/2.36
16.52
363
239
602
5916
0.21273
0.22466
0.26903
441
370
Wolf
150
158.05
36.88
194.93
30/2.59
7/2.59
18.13
437
288
725
7061
0.17663
0.18697
0.22391
499
419
150
158.65
8.81
167.46
18/3.35
1/3.35
16.75
437
69
506
3460
0.1900
0.18502
0.22155
481
403
Lynx
175
184.23
10.24
194.47
18/3.61
1/3.61
18.05
508
80
558
3983
0.15501
0.15933
0.19080
551
462
175
184.23
10.24
194.47
18/3.61
1/3.61
18.05
508
80
558
3983
0.15501
0.15933
0.19080
532
446
Code Name
Area Aluminum Nominal
Area Aluminum (mm2)
Area Steal (mm2)
Area Taoist (mm2)
Stranding and Wire Diameter Aluminum (No./mm)
Stranding and Wire Diameter Steal (No./mm)
Apptcoxmate Derail Diameter (mm)
Weight Aluminum (kg/km)
Weight Steal (mm2)
Weight Taoist (mm2)
Nominal Breaking Load (mm)
Maximum DC Resistance at 20°C (mm)
Maximum AC Resistance at 25°C (ohm/km)
Maximum AC Resistance at 75°C (ohm/km)
Quran Rating Arians Tempo 25°C (A)
Quran Rating Arians Tempo 40°C (A)
Panther
200
21205
49.48
261.53
30/2.00
7/3.00
21
586
387
973
9408
0.13165
0.13979
0.16740
806
509
Lion
238.26
55.59
293.85
30/3.18
7/3.18
22.26
658
435
1083
10247
0.11717
0.12491
0.14958
654
549
Bear
264.42
61.70
326.11
30/3.35
7/3.35
26.45
731
482
1213
11345
0.10558
0.11310
0.18544
700
587
Goat
324.30
75.67
399.97
30/3.71
7/3.71
25.97
896
591
1488
13848
0.08608
0.09277
0.1110
799
671
Sheep
3750.10
87.52
462.62
30/3.99
7/3.99
27.93
1036
684
1721
15940
0.07442
0.08079
0.09675
878
736
Antelope
374.10
48.49
422.59
54/2.97
7/2.97
26.73
1015
379
1394
12087
0.07445
0.07975
0.9550
865
725
Bison
381.69
49.48
431.17
54/3.00
7/3.00
27
1036
337
1423
12130
0.07297
0.07817
0.09360
876
736
200
210.63
11.70
222.33
18/3.86
1/3.86
19.3
580
91
672
4513
0.13558
0.14291
0.1713
674
481
Deer
429.59
100.24
529.83
300/4.27
7/4.27
29.89
1187
783
1971
18212
0.06498
0.07114
0.08520
957
803
Zebra
400
428.87
55.59
484.465
54/3.18
7/3.18
28.62
1164
435
1599
13454
0.06494
0.07016
0.08402
943
791
Elk
477.12
111.33
588.44
30/4.50
7/4.50
31.5
1318
870
2189
20227
0.5851
0.06469
0.07747
1022
857
Camel
475.95
61.7
537.65
54/3.35
7/3.35
30.15
1292
482
1774
14883
0.05852
0.06385
0.07747
1006
844
Moose
528.47
68.5
596.98
54/3.53
7/3.53
31.77
1434
685
1970
16417
0.6270
0.05816
0.06985
1073
900

Aerial Cables

Type 1: SINGLE PHASE SELF SUPPORTING CABLE WITH ACSR CORE ( 0.6/1KV) NA2X-T

  • construction:

Conductor  : Aluminum ( phase and lighting ), ACSR ( neutral and messenger)

insulation:  XLPE

  • abbreviation: AL/XLPE , ACSR/XLPE
  • standard:  TAVANIR, NFC 33-209

TYPE 2: 3 PHASE SELF SUPPORTING CABLE WITH ACSR CORE ( 0.6/1KV ) NA2X-T

  • construction:

Conductor  : Aluminum ( 3 phases, and lighting )) ACSR ( neutral and messenger)

insulation:  XLPE

  • abbreviation: AL/XLPE , ACSR/XLPE

  • standard:  TAVANIR, NFC 33-209

TYPE 3: 3 PHASE SELF SUPPORTING CABLE WITH NEUTRAL AND LIGHTING CORE (0.6/1KV)TYPE   2  NA2X-T

  • construction:

Conductor  : Aluminum ( 3 phases, neutral and lighting ), galvanized steel wires (messenger)

Insulation: XLPE

  • abbreviation: AL/XLPE
  • standard:  TAVANIR, NFC 33-209

TYPE4: 3 PHASE SELF-SOPPORTING CABLE WITH LIGHTING, NAUTRAL –  MESSENGER AL-ALLOY  NA2X-T

  • construction:

Conductor : Aluminum (phase and lighting)  al-alloy (messenger – neutral)

Insulation: XLPE

  • abbreviation: AL/XLPE
  • standard:  TAVANIR, NFC 33-209

Type 5: MEDIUM VOLTAGE SELF SUPPORTING CABLES 3 PHASE 20KV CABLES WITH INDIVIDUAL MESSENGER

  • construction:

    Conductor:  stranded and compacted Aluminum conductor screen and insulation screen : extruded semi conductor Insulation: dry cured XLPE

    Outer covering of each core:  uv resistant PVC

    Messenger: steel wires

    Insulation of messenger:  uv resistant PVC

  • abbreviation:

    AL/SC/XLPE/SC/SC TAPE/CWS/PET/PVC

  • standard: IEC 60502-2, IEC 60228

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