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AAAC Aerial Bundled Cable

Insulated by PE or XLPE, the AAAC aerial bundled cable is often used as the service drop at low voltage networks. The rated voltage is 0.6 /1 kV and the VAC test voltage is 5KV. Because the strength of the product is controlled by heat treatment, so it has excellent high temperature resistance and can bear short-term overload. It can work continuously for a long time at high temperature, which can effectively increase transmission capacity and ensure safe operation of the power grid in summer.

With the increase of carrying capacity, the outer diameter of the aerial bundled cable can be decreased, thus reducing the wind pressure load. In addition, our product is able to withstand thick ice layer. If you want to learn more about it, please feel free to contact us.

As a specialized AAAC aerial bundled cable manufacturer and supplier in China, our company also provides insulated power cable, triplex URD cable, aluminum wire armored cable, bare conductor, and much more.

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