CCA: COPPER CLAD ALUMINUM CONDUCTORS

Copper Clad Aluminum (CCA) is an electrical conductor that has an outer sleeve of copper metallurgically bonded to a solid aluminum core. The combination of these two metals make it uniquely suited to many electrical applications where weight to conductivity issues are important.

THHN/THWN CCA
CONDUCTOR

NM-B CCA
CONDUCTOR

5

RHH/RHW-2/USE-2
CCA CONDUCTOR

6

XHH/XHHW-2
CCA CONDUCTOR

SPT CONDUCTOR

8

PHOTOVOLTAIC
CONDUCTOR

CCS: COPPER CLAD STEEL CONDUCTORS

Copper clad steel (CCS) is produced by metallurgically bonding copper to a steel wire core. CCS encompasses the benefits from both copper and steel giving the product strength and corrosion-resistance. The process temperature and pressure ensure a uniformly bonded and tightly adherent copper coating. The nominal thickness of copper is 12% of the radius of the wire. Bimetallic wire is readily drawn to small diameter sizes.

BARE CCS
CONDUCTOR

 


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