- All Aluminum Conductor
AAC Overhead line conductor
AAC used primarily for overhead transmission and primary and secondary distribution, where ampacity must be maintained and a lighter conductor (compared to ACSR) is desired, when conductor strength is not a critical factor. Classes B and C are used primarily as bus, apparatus connectors and jumpers, where additional flexibility is required.
Bare conductor meets or exceeds the following ASTM specifications:
- B230 Aluminum 1350-H19 Wire for Electrical Purposes
- B231 Concentric-Lay-Stranded Aluminum 1350 Conductors
AAC Conductor Types
- Peachbell, Rose, Iris, Pansy, Poppy, Aster, Phlox, Oxlip, Sneezewort, Daisy, Valerian, Laurel, Peony, Tulip, Daffodil, Canna, Goldentuft, Cosmos, Zinnia, Marigold, Hawthorn, Narcissus, Columbine, Carnation, Coreopsis, Gladiolus, Jessamine, Cowslip, Sagebrush, Lupine, Bitterroot, Trillium, Bluebonnet, Dahlia, Syringa, Hyacinth, Mistletoe, Meadowsweet, Orchid, Heuchera, Flag, Verbena, Violet, Nasturtium, Petunia, Cattail, Arbutus, Lilac, Cockscomb, Snapdragon, Magnolia, Hawkweed, Camellia, Bluebell, Larkspur, Goldenrod
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T&D supply Overhead Line Equipment to contractors and linemen support the installation of AAC conductors:
- Portable Earthing & Short Circuiting Systems
- Voltage Detectors
- Conductor Line Cutters
- Overhead Line Tools
- Insulating Gloves – High Voltage Hand Protection
- Arc Flash Clothing Protection