|Place of Origin:||Guangdong, China (Mainland)|
|Model Number:||ACSS/TW HTLS|
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.|
|Payment Terms:||L/C, D/A, D/P, T/T|
|Supply Ability:||600 Kilometer/Kilometers per Month conductor|
|Model Number:||ACSS/TW HTLS||Conductor Material:||Aluminium Alloy|
|Core:||High Strength Steel||Application:||Overhead|
|Type:||High Voltage||Certificate:||ISO9001, ISO14001|
high temperature low sag conductors,
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High Voltage High Temperature Low Sag ACSS/TW Conductor HTLS Conductor
|Model Number:||ACSS/TW HTLS|
|Core:||High Strength Steel|
|Application:||Overhead Transmission Line|
Packaging & Delivery
Packaging Details: New wooden drum, Reel, Circle or according to customer's request
Delivery Time: According to customer's request, usually 2-4 weeks.
Shaped Wire Compact Concentric-Lay-Stranded Aluminum Conductor, Steel-Supported (ACSS/TW) is a concentrically stranded conductor with one or more layers of trapezoidal shaped hard drawn and annealed 1350 aluminum wires on a central core of steel. ACSS/TW can either be designed to have an equal aluminum cross sectional area as that of a standard ACSS which results in a smaller conductor diameter maintaining the same ampacity level but reduced wind loading parameters or with diameter equal to that of a standard ACSS which results in a significantly higher aluminum area, lower conductor resistance and increased current rating.
ACSS/TW is designed to operate continuously at elevated temperatures, it sags less under emergency electrical loadings than ACSR/TW, excellent self-damping properties, and its final sags are not affected by long- term creep of aluminum. ACSS/TW also provides many design possibilities in new line construction: i.e., reduced tower cost, decreased sag, increased self-damping properties, increased operating temperature and improved corrosion resistance. The coating of steel core is selected to suit the environment to which the conductor is exposed and operating temperature of the conductor.
ACSS is a composite concentric-lay stranded conductor. Steel strands form the central core of the conductor with one or more layers of aluminum 1350-0 wire stranded around it. The steel core carries most or all of the mechanical load of the conductor due to the "0" (fully annealed or soft) temper aluminum. Steel core wires are protected from corrosion by galvanizing, aluminizing, or mischmetal alloy coating. Corrosion protection should be selected to suit the environment to which the conductor will be exposed. High strength steel core is also available.
ACSS is used for overhead distribution and transmission lines. It is designed to operate continuously at elevated temperatures up to 250Â°C without loss of strength; it sags less under emergency electrical loadings than ACSR; it is self-damping if prestretched during installation; and its final sags are not affected by long term creep of aluminum. The advantages make ACSS especially useful in reconductoring applications requiring increased current with existing tensions and clearances, new line applications where structures can be economized because of reduced conductor sag, new line applications requiring high emergency loadings, and lines where aeolian vibration is a problem.