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copper lightning protection cable 0

Product Description

Annealed rope lay stranded aluminum conductors. Class I and class II.

Application

Used in lightning protection and grounding systems. Rope lay construction allows for greater flexibility.

Catalog
Number
Number of Strands Strand Size Cross-Sectional Area in Circular Mils Nominal Diameter  Weight  
in mm  lbs/1000 Ft. Kg /Km
0 24 14 98,500 0.5 12.70 95 141
0 28 14 115,000 0.5 12.70 115 171
0 28 0.0865 211,500 0.625 15.88 202 301
0 19 0.1055 211,600 0.625 15.88 199 296
0 37 0.0756 211,600 0.625 15.88 199 296

 

 

 

cathodic protection cable cpc

Product Description

One AAC conductor covered with HMW or cross-linked (XLP) polyethylene.

Application

Used in the overhead distribution of power from pole to building weatherhead.

Specification Data

ASTM B-230 Aluminum wire, 1350-H19 for electrical purposes
ASTM B-1248 Polyethylene plastics molding and extrusion materials
ASTM C-8.35 Specifications for weather-resistant polyethylene-covered wire and cable
ICEA S-61-402  
NEMA PUB NO. WC5 Standards publication thermoplastic insulated wire and cable for the transmission and distribution of electrical energy

 

Catalog Number Size (AWG or kcmil) Stranding Cover Thickness (mils.) Total Diameter (mils.) Rated Strength  Weight  Allowable Ampacity+
HMW PE XLP
lbs. kn lbs./1000 ft. Kg /Km lbs./1000 ft. Kg /Km
Apple 6 1 30 222 445 1.98 31 46 31 46 105
Plum 6 7 30 238 510 2.27 34 51 56 83 105
Pear 4 1 30 264 710 3.16 47 70 47 70 135
Apricot 4 7 30 285 790 3.52 51 76 51 76 140
Cherry 2 1 45 348 1100 4.90 78 116 78 116 180
Peach 2 7 45 373 1220 5.43 84 125 84 125 180
Nectarine 1 7 45 408 1470 6.54 104 155 104 155 210
Quince 1/0  7 60 477 1790 7.97 136 202 136 202 240
Orange 2/0  7 60 522 2260 10.06 167 248 167 248 280
Fig 3/0  7 60 570 2740 12.19 205 305 205 305 320
Olive 4/0  7 60 626 3450 15.35 253 376 253 376 370
Pomegranate 4/0  19 60 632 3620 16.11 247 368 247 368 370
Mulberry 266.8 19 60 694 4470 19.89 305 454 305 454 430
Annona 336.4 19 60 765 5540 24.65 377 561 377 561 495
Molles 397.5 19 80 861 6400 28.48 462 687 462 687 545
Huckleberry 477 37 80 931 7820 34.80 538 801 538 801 610
Paw Paw 556.5 37 80 992 8950 39.83 619 921 619 921 670
Breadfruit 636 61 95 1081 10500 46.73 715 1064 715 1064 720
Persimmon 795 61 95 1186 12900 57.41 877 1305 877 1305 825
Grapefruit 1033.5 61 95 1326 16500 73.43 1118 1664   970

cathodic protection cable cpc

Product Description

One ACSR conductor covered with HMW polyethylene or cross-linked (XLP) polyethylene insulation.

Application

Used in the overhead distribution of power from pole to building weatherhead.

Specification Data

ASTM B-230 Aluminum 1350-H19 wire for electrical purposes
ASTM B-231 Concentric-lay-stranded aluminum conductors, coated-steel reinforced (ACSR)
ASTM B-1248 Polyethylene plastics molding and extrusion materials
ANSI C-8.35 Specifications for weather-resistant polyethylene-covered wire and cable
ICEA S-61-402  
NEMA PUB NO. WC5 Standards publication thermoplastic insulated wire and cable for the transmission and distribution of electrical energy


Catalog Number Size (AWG or kcmil) Stranding Cover Thickness (mils.) Total Diameter (mils.) Rated Strength  Weight  Allowable Ampacity+
HMW PE XLP
lbs. Kn lbs./1000 ft. Kg /Km lbs./1000 ft. Kg /Km
Walnut 6 6/1  30 258 1130 5.03 47 70 47 70 105
Butternut 4 6/1  30 310 1770 7.88 72 107 72 107 135
Hickory 4 7/1  30 317 2240 9.97 83 124 83 124 135
Pignut 2 6/1  45 406 2710 12.06 118 176 118 176 180
Beech 2 7/1  45 415 3460 15.40 136 202 136 202 180
Chestnut 1 6/1  45 444 3370 15.00 145 216 145 216 210
Almond 1/0  6/1  60 518 4160 18.51 190 283 190 283 235
Pecan 2/0  6/1  60 567 5040 22.43 233 347 233 347 270
Filbert 3/0  6/1  60 622 6290 27.99 288 429 288 429 305
Buckeye 4/0  6/1  60 683 7930 35.29 357 531 357 531 345
Hackberry 266.8 18/1 60 729 6540 29.10 354 527 354 527 435

 

 

aluminum use 2

 

Product Description

Annealed, solid or stranded aluminum alloy (EC1350) conductor, insulated with an abrasion, moisture, and heat resistant cross-linked (XLP) polyethylene.

Application

Type USE2 or RHW2 or RHH2 conductors are used in air, conduit or other approved raceways as specified in the national electrical code. USE2 or RHW2 or RHH2 can be used as underground service entrance cable, for direct burial at temperatures not to exceed 75°C; or when used as RHW2 conductor, temperatures are not to exceed 75°C in wet locations; or when used as RHH2 in dry locations, conductor temperatures are not to exceed 90°C. 250 MCM and larger sizes may be installed in tray per NEC Article 318. Conductor is rated 600 volts.

Specification Data

Underwriters laboratories standard 44 (RHW or RHH)
Underwriters laboratories standard 854 (USE)
Federal Specification J-C-30
National Electric Code

 

Catalog
Number
Conductor Insulation Thickness (mils.) Complete Cable Diameter  Approx. Net Weight  Allowable Ampacities+
Size (AWG or kcmil) Stranding in mm lbs./ 1000 ft. Kg /Km 75°C 90°C
  8 7 60 0.266 6.76 37 55.06 40 45
  6 7 60 0.304 7.72 50 74.40 40 45
  4 7 60 0.352 8.94 68 101.18 65 75
  2 7 60 0.412 10.46 96 142.85 90 100
  1 19 80 0.492 12.50 130 193.44 100 115
  1/0  19 80 0.533 13.54 155 230.64 120 135
  2/0  19 80 0.579 14.71 190 282.72 135 150
  3/0  19 80 0.63 16.00 230 342.24 155 175
  4/0  19 80 0.688 17.48 275 409.20 180 205
  250 37 95 0.765 19.43 320 476.16 205 230
  300 37 95 0.82 20.83 375 558.00 230 255
  350 37 95 0.871 22.12 440 654.72 250 280
  400 37 95 0.918 23.32 495 736.56 270 305
  500 37 95 1.003 25.48 605 900.24 310 350
  600 61 110 1.113 28.27 715 1063.92 340 385
  750 61 110 1.218 30.94 885 1316.88 385 435
  1000 61 110 1.372 34.85 1145 1703.76 445 500