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Electrical Properties of Aluminium Alloy Cable

2015-07-13 03:11:53

1.Current Carrying Capacity

When the cross-sectional area of alloy conductor is 1.5 times of that of copper conductor, the electrical properties of both alloy conductor and copper conductor are same which means the same current carrying capability, resistance and loss of pressure.

The resistivity of aluminium alloy is slightly higher than that of aluminum, but lower than that of copper. Under the precondition of the same intercepted amount, the same length of the weight of the aluminum alloy conductor is half that of copper.

There are many factors affecting the intercepted amount of power cable, such as line characteristics, the structure of wire and cable, installation conditions, the maximum allowable working temperature of conducting wire core and environmental conditions.

2.Reducing the Outside Cross Section

During the process of the production of aluminium alloy cable, Germany's most advanced press technology makes its conductor's filling coefficient up to 93 percent. What's more, what aluminium alloy cable adopts is organosilane cross-linked polyethylene. Its insulating property can far surpass conventional insulation property under the condition that its thickness is only two-thirds of that of polyvinyl chloride.

3.Reducing the Line Loss

Aluminium alloy is non-magnetic material and not to produce eddy so as to reduce the cable's line loss.

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