We are expanding our range of copper stranded conductors as per DIN 48201/1 and DIN VDE 0295, heretofore limited to a tin-plated variant, by an uncoated variety, available in soft and bare versions.
Copper stranded conductors are used for earthing purposes in high-voltage facilities and suitable for potential equalization systems in plants and machinery. They are deployed indoors, outdoors and in the ground as earth wires/lightning arresters for industrial facilities and buildings.
Bare copper stranded conductors are mostly used for earthing purposes in the construction of electrical systems. They have a mathematical tensile strength of 200 N/mm². Soft conductors are predominantly used as overhead lines. Their mathematical tensile strength amounts to 400 N/mm².
Tin-plated copper stranded conductors are less vulnerable to corrosion than uncoated ones, which has a positive effect on their contact resistance, besides the outward appearance.
Interested in our copper stranded conductors? We would be delighted to hear from you if you are. Please contact our colleague Thomas Lelle.
Phone +49 681 9711- 155