|Place of Origin:||Guangdong, China (Mainland)|
|Certification:||IEC, BS, ASTM|
Payment & Shipping Terms:
|Minimum Order Quantity:||Negotiable|
|Packaging Details:||New wooden drum, Reel, Circle or according to customer's request|
|Delivery Time:||According to customer's request, usually 2-4 weeks.|
|Supply Ability:||600 Kilometer/Kilometers per Month|
|Apllication:||Overhead, High Voltage Overhead Transmission Line||Flexibility:||Good|
|Structure:||Solid||Current Carrying Capacity:||High|
transmission line conductor,
High-temperature Low-sag Aluminum Conductor Composite Core For Overhead Line
|Current carrying capacity||High|
Packaging & Delivery
Aluminium Conductor Composite Core or ACCC is a type of "high-temperature low-sag" (HTLS) overhead power line conductor manufactured by more than 20 international conductor manufacturers. CTC Global (formerly Composite Technology Corporation) developed the patented technology. The ACCC conductor's composite core is manufactured according to ASTM B987 / B987M - 17 “Standard Specification for Carbon Fiber Thermoset Polymer Matrix Composite Core (CFC) for use in Overhead Electrical Conductors.”
It is able to carry approximately twice as much current as a conventional aluminium-conductor steel-reinforced cable (ACSR) cable of the same size and weight, making it popular for retrofitting an existing electric power transmission line without needing to change the existing towers and insulators.
In addition to the labor and materials savings, such an upgrade can be performed as a "maintenance and repair" operation, without the lengthy permitting process required for new construction.
ACCC is designed to operate continuously at elevated temperatures and has excellent sag characteristics through out the operating range. ACCC is the right choice if reconductoring of the existing lines are required to enhance the transmission capacity. This conductor offers Very loaw line losses and excellent self-damping properties.Because of it's high strength to weight ratio, ACCC can be used with long spans which brings down the cost of structures in new lines.