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AAC

AAC conductors are made up of single or multiple strands of hard drawn 1350 - H19 aluminum. These conductors are used in low, medium and high voltage overhead lines. These are extensively used in urban areas where pans are usually short but conductivity is high. Due to high corrosion resistance property of aluminium, AAC a conductor are majorly preferred and used in coastal areas. Gupta Power Infrastructure Limited can manufacture and supply AAC on Non returnable wooden/ steel reels or Returnable steel reels depending on customer’s requirement.

AAC

Features

AAC conductors have the following features:

High Current Carrying capacity

Excellent resistance to corrosion 

Specifications

AAC conductors are manufactured by GPIL in accordance to the following standards AS; ASTM; EN(BS EN); CAN -CSA; DIN; IEC; IEEE; IS; NFC; SS; UL; ANSI.

Technical Specifications

ALL ALUMINIUM CONDUCTOR (AAC)
(AS PER IS 398-Part 1: 1996)

Nominal Aluminium
Area

Aluminium

Sectional Area

Approximate Overall Dia

Approximate Mass

Calculated Resistance at 20°C Max

Approximate Calculated Breaking Load

Number of Wires

Wire diameter

mm²

No.

mm

mm²

mm

kg/km

Ohms/km

kN

25

7

2.21

26.85

6.63

74

1.096

4.52

50

7

3.10

52.83

9.30

145

0.5525

8.25

100

7

4.39

106.0

13.17

290

0.2752

15.96

150

19

3.18

150.9

15.90

415

0.1942

23.28

240

19

3.99

237.6

19.95

654

0.1235

35.74

300

19

4.65

322.7

23.25

888

0.09107

48.74

Note: All the data set out in this catalogue is given for information purpose. However, Accuracy of data can be reconfirmed at the time of designing.

 

 

 

 

ALL ALUMINIUM CONDUCTOR (AAC)
(AS PER IEC 61089)

Code
Number

Aluminium

Sectional Area

Approximate Overall Dia

Approximate Mass

Calculated Resistance at 20°C Max

Approximate Calculated Breaking Load

Number of Wires

Wire diameter

mm²

No.

mm

mm²

mm

kg/km

Ohms/km

kN

10

7

1.35

10

4.05

27.4

2.8633

1.95

16

7

1.71

16

5.12

43.8

1.7896

3.04

25

7

2.13

25

6.40

68.4

1.1453

4.50

40

7

2.70

40

8.09

109.4

0.7158

6.80

63

7

3.39

63

10.2

172.3

0.4545

10.39

100

19

2.59

100

12.9

274.8

0.2877

17.00

125

19

2.89

125

14.5

343.6

0.2302

21.25

160

19

3.27

160

16.4

439.8

0.1798

26.40

200

19

3.66

200

18.3

549.7

0.1439

32.00

250

19

4.09

250

20.5

687.1

0.1151

40.00

315

37

3.29

315

23.0

867.9

0.0916

51.97

400

37

3.71

400

26.0

1102.0

0.0721

64.00

450

37

3.94

450

27.5

1239.8

0.0641

72.00

500

37

4.15

500

29.0

1377.6

0.0577

80.00

560

37

4.39

560

30.7

1542.9

0.0515

89.60

630

61

3.63

630

32.6

1738.3

0.0458

100.80

710

61

3.85

710

34.6

1959.1

0.0407

113.60

800

61

4.09

800

36.8

2207.4

0.0361

128.00

900

61

4.33

900

39.0

2483.3

0.0321

144.00

1000

61

4.57

1000

41.1

2759.2

0.0289

160.00

Note: All the data set out in this catalogue is given for information purpose. However, Accuracy of data can be reconfirmed at the time of designing.

 

ALL ALUMINIUM CONDUCTOR (AAC)
(AS PER ASTM B 231)

Code
Name

Code
Size

Aluminium

Sectional Area

Approximate Overall Dia

Approximate Mass

Calculated Resistance at 20°C Max

Approximate Calculated Breaking Load

Number of Wires

Wire diameter

MCM or AWG

No.

mm

mm²

mm

kg/km

Ohms/km

kN

Jessamine

1750

61

4.30

885.96

38.7

2444.4

0.0325

131.56

Coreopsis

1590

61

4.10

805.46

36.9

2222.3

0.0358

119.61

Gladiolus

1510.5

61

4.00

766.65

36.0

2115.3

0.0376

113.85

Carnation

1431

61

3.89

725.06

35.0

2000.5

0.0398

107.67

Columbine

1351

61

3.78

684.64

34.0

1889.0

0.0421

101.67

Narcissus

1272

61

3.67

645.37

33.0

1780.6

0.0447

98.74

Hawthorn

1192.5

61

3.55

603.86

32.0

1666.1

0.0477

92.39

Marigold

1113

61

3.43

563.72

30.9

1555.4

0.0511

86.25

Bluebell

1033.5

37

4.25

524.96

29.8

1448.4

0.0549

78.82

Larkspur

1033.5

61

3.31

524.97

29.8

1448.4

0.0549

80.32

Hawkweed

1000

37

4.18

507.81

29.3

1401.1

0.0568

76.25

Camellia

1000

61

3.25

506.11

29.3

1396.4

0.0570

77.43

Magnolia

954

37

4.08

483.80

28.6

1334.9

0.0596

72.64

Goldenrod

954

61

3.18

484.54

28.6

1336.9

0.0595

74.13

Cockscomb

900

37

3.96

455.76

27.7

1257.5

0.0633

68.43

Sanpdragon

900

61

3.09

457.50

27.8

1262.3

0.0630

70.00

Arbutus

795

37

3.72

402.19

26.0

1109.7

0.0717

62.22

Lilac

795

61

2.90

402.97

26.1

1111.8

0.0715

63.47

Petunia

750

37

3.62

380.86

25.3

1050.8

0.0757

58.92

Cattail

750

61

2.82

381.04

25.4

1051.3

0.0757

60.01

Violet

715.5

37

3.53

362.16

24.7

999.2

0.0796

56.03

Nasturtium

715.5

61

2.75

362.36

24.8

999.8

0.0796

58.70

Verbena

700

37

3.49

354.00

24.4

976.7

0.0814

54.76

Flag

700

61

2.72

354.50

24.5

978.1

0.0813

57.43

Heuchera

650

37

3.37

330.07

23.6

910.7

0.0873

51.06

Orchid

636

37

3.33

322.28

23.3

889.2

0.0895

49.86

Meadowsweet

600

37

3.23

303.22

22.6

836.6

0.0951

46.91

Dahlia

556.5

19

4.35

282.41

21.8

779.2

0.1021

43.34

Mistletoe

556.5

37

3.12

282.92

21.8

780.6

0.1019

43.77

Zinnia

500

19

4.12

253.33

20.6

699.0

0.1138

38.87

Hyacinth

500

37

2.95

252.93

20.7

697.8

0.1140

40.28

Cosmos

477

19

4.02

241.19

20.1

665.5

0.1195

37.01

Syringa

477

37

2.88

241.06

20.2

665.1

0.1196

38.39

Goldentuft

450

19

3.91

228.17

19.6

629.5

0.1264

35.01

Canna

397.5

19

3.67

201.02

18.4

554.6

0.1434

31.78

Daffodil

350

19

3.45

177.64

17.3

490.1

0.1623

28.08

Tulip

336.4

19

3.38

170.50

16.9

470.4

0.1691

26.96

Peony

300

19

3.19

151.87

16.0

419.0

0.1898

24.01

Daisy

266.8

7

4.96

135.27

14.9

373.2

0.2131

21.43

Laurel

266.8

19

3.01

135.22

15.1

373.1

0.2132

21.38

Sneezewort

250

7

4.80

126.69

14.4

349.5

0.2276

20.07

Valerian

250

19

2.91

126.38

14.6

348.7

0.2281

20.57

Oxlip

4/0

7

4.42

107.42

13.3

296.4

0.2684

17.02

Phlox

3/0

7

3.93

84.92

11.8

234.3

0.3395

13.45

Aster

2/0

7

3.50

67.36

10.5

185.8

0.4280

10.99

Poppy

1/0

7

3.12

53.52

9.4

147.7

0.5386

8.74

Pansy

1

7

2.78

42.49

8.3

117.2

0.6784

7.14

Iris

2

7

2.47

33.55

7.4

92.6

0.8594

5.96

Rose

4

7

1.96

21.12

5.9

58.3

1.3649

3.95

Peachbell

6

7

1.56

13.38

4.7

36.9

2.1545

2.50

Note: Note: All the data set out in this catalogue is given for information purpose. However, Accuracy of data can be reconfirmed at the time of designing.

 

 

 

 

ALL ALUMINIUM CONDUCTOR (AAC)
(AS PER BS EN 50182)

 

 

Code
Number

Aluminium

Sectional Area

Approximate Overall Dia

Approximate Mass

Calculated Resistance at 20°C Max

Approximate Calculated Breaking Load

 

Number of Wires

Wire diameter

 

mm²

No.

mm

mm²

mm

kg/km

Ohms/km

kN

 

16-AL1

7

1.70

15.9

5.1

43.4

3.02

1.7986

 

24-AL1

7

2.10

24.2

6.3

66.3

4.36

1.1787

 

34-AL1

7

2.50

34.4

7.5

93.9

6.01

0.8317

 

49-AL1

7

3.00

49.5

9.0

135.2

8.41

0.5776

 

48-AL1

19

1.80

48.3

9.0

132.9

8.94

0.5944

 

66-AL1

19

2.10

65.8

10.5

180.9

11.85

0.4367

 

93-AL1

19

2.50

93.3

12.5

256.3

16.32

0.3081

 

117-AL1

19

2.80

117.0

14.0

321.5

19.89

0.2456

 

147-AL1

37

2.25

147.1

15.8

405.7

26.48

0.1960

 

182-AL1

37

2.50

181.6

17.5

500.9

31.78

0.1588

 

243-AL1

61

2.25

242.5

20.3

671.1

43.66

0.1193

 

299-AL1

61

2.50

299.4

22.5

828.5

52.4

0.0966

 

400-AL1

61

2.89

400.1

26.0

1107.1

68.02

0.0723

 

500-AL1

61

3.23

499.8

29.1

1382.9

82.47

0.0579

 

 

Note: All the data set out in this catalogue is given for information purpose. However, Accuracy of data can be reconfirmed at the time of designing.

 

ALL ALUMINIUM CONDUCTOR (AAC)
(AS PER BS EN 50182)

Code
Name

Code
Number

Aluminium

Sectional Area

Approximate Overall Dia

Approximate Mass

Calculated Resistance at 20°C Max

Approximate Calculated Breaking Load

Number of Wires

Wire diameter

No.

mm

mm²

mm

kg/km

Ohms/km

kN

MIDGE

23-AL1

7

2.06

23.3

6.18

63.8

1.2249

4.20

GNAT

27-AL1

7

2.21

26.9

6.63

73.4

1.0643

4.83

MOSQUITO

37-AL1

7

2.59

36.9

7.77

100.8

0.7749

6.27

LADYBIRD

43-AL1

7

2.79

42.8

8.37

117.0

0.6678

7.28

ANT

53-AL1

7

3.10

52.8

9.30

144.4

0.5409

8.72

FLY

64-AL1

7

3.40

63.6

10.20

173.7

0.4497

10.49

BLUEBOTTLE

74-AL1

7

3.66

73.6

11.00

201.3

0.3880

11.78

EARWIG

79-AL1

7

3.78

78.6

11.30

214.7

0.3638

12.57

GRASSHOPPER

84-AL1

7

3.91

84.1

11.70

229.7

0.3400

13.45

CLEGG

96-AL1

7

4.17

95.6

12.50

261.3

0.2989

15.30

WASP

106-AL1

7

4.39

106.0

13.20

289.6

0.2697

16.95

BEETLE

106-AL1

19

2.67

106.4

13.40

292.4

0.2701

18.08

BEE

132-AL1

7

4.90

132.0

14.70

360.8

0.2165

21.12

HORNET

158-AL1

19

3.25

157.6

16.30

433.2

0.1823

26.01

CATERPILLAR

186-AL1

19

3.53

185.9

17.70

511.1

0.1546

29.75

CHAFER

213-AL1

19

3.78

213.2

18.90

586.0

0.1348

34.12

SPIDER

238-AL1

19

3.99

237.6

20.00

652.9

0.1210

38.01

COCKROACH

266-AL1

19

4.22

265.7

21.10

730.4

0.1081

42.52

BUTTERFLY

323-AL1

19

4.65

322.7

23.30

886.8

0.0891

51.63

MOTH

373-AL1

19

5.00

373.1

25.00

1025.3

0.0770

59.69

DRONE

372-AL1

37

3.58

372.4

25.10

1027.1

0.0774

59.59

CENTIPEDE

415-AL1

37

3.78

415.2

26.50

1145.1

0.0695

66.43

MAYBUG

486-AL1

37

4.09

486.1

28.60

1340.6

0.0593

77.78

SCORPION

530-AL1

37

4.27

529.8

29.90

1461.2

0.0544

84.77

CICADA

628-AL1

37

4.65

628.3

32.60

1732.9

0.0459

100.54

 

Note: All the data set out in this catalogue is given for information purpose. However, Accuracy of data can be reconfirmed at the time of designing.


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