The aluminum used to produce these cables is from first fusion, with a minimum of 99.5% aluminum ensuring with this purity a high resistance to corrosion. These cables are suitable in areas with high humidity and in places with high air pollution.
These cables can be supplied greased, using a chemically stable grease and neutral against aluminum.
and distribution. The major areas dominated by aluminium and aluminium alloy conductors are non-insulated overhead power
transmission, insulated overhead power transmission and non overhead power distribution.

alloy conductors offer good conductivity, light weight, excellent resistance to corrosion, good bending properties, greater tensile
strength than copper and excellent compatibility with most common insulation used by the wire and cable industry. heavy current installations) where weight and ease of handling are important factors.

ALUMINUM CONDUCTOR STEEL REINFORCED CABLES (ACSR)
(ACSR)Aluminum-Steel cables arose from the need to reinforce the aluminum cables by
increasing the mechanical characteristics of the same, improving the coefficient of thermal
expansion and ensuring a longer life of the driver. Since that time these drivers are the most
universally employed in airlines.
ACSR cables (Aluminum Conductor Steel Reinforced) are formed by wires of high purity hard
temper aluminum, placed in concentric layers over a wire core or galvanized steel wire

Copper coated steel conductors have been an excellent alternative to copper for grounding
applications for almost a century.
Providing a path of low impedance to ground, sufficient current capacity, fault and high tensile
strength, are something natural for the connection to ground and pole substations. For a long time, we have commercialized Copperweld® as an anti-theft device since it operates
on three levels:
• Magnetic- Most thieves now test the cable for purity of copper by placing a magnet on it.
Copper is not magnetic, steel is.
• Difficult to cut - Intelligent thieves know when the wire is not copper, because it resists its
cutter unlike the soft and flexible behavior of copper• Low scrap value - If you ignore the signs
and cut them anyway you will realize that the scrap value of Copperweld® is not worth the risk.
So it may be that it is cut once, but not again.
The only drawback that the CCS seems to have is that it looks like copper. But with CAMO this
will change. Through our patent pending, ingenious process, we have developed a method of
permanently changing the color of the shiny outer copper layer to a dull, dark gray, without