ACCC® AZR Conductor

Expanding the capabilities of the ACCC® Conductor using aluminum zirconium alloy

ACCC AZR Conductor uses either the standard 310 ksi core or the higher strength 375 ksi core that is then wrapped with one or more layers of a high strength, thermal resistant aluminum-zirconium alloy. While conventional ACCC conductors typically use fully annealed aluminum to maximize conductivity, the ACCC AZR conductor offers nearly the same efficiency, but far greater overall strength. The added strength and increased tensile modulus mitigates conductor sag under heavy wind or ice loads, or very long spans.

ACCC® Conductor Technology Combats Corrosion

For most of us involved in transmission line design and engineering, few of us consider corrosion as a tier one issue. However, in many...

TenneT Netherlands Selects ACCC® Conductor for 380 kV Network Upgrade

Netherlands grid operator TenneT has chosen CTC Global’s ACCC Conductor technology for the first in a series of projects under the “Beter...

CTC Global Participates at Transmission East Summit

CTC Global sponsored and participated in the Transmission East Summit, produced by INFOCAST, held in Arlington Virginia, March 5th - 7th....

Introducing ACCC® AZR Conductor Designed to Mitigate Heavy Ice Loads

How CTC Global and its ACCC Manufacturing Partners are Shattering Heavy Ice Loads with ACCC AZR Conductor Unlike steel which will...

Discussion of Aluminum Encapsulated Carbon Fiber Composite Cores

Background:Over the last few years certain conductor manufacturers have introduced carbon fiber composite core designs in various...
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