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Since the early 1900s, utility companies have been using aluminium wire for transmission of electricity within their power grids. It has advantages over the older copper wire in that it is lighter, more flexible, and less expensive. Aluminium wire in power grid applications was very successful and is still used today.
The latest market to embrace aluminium is building wire due to the rapidly rising price of copper. Electrical contractors have switched from copper to aluminium alloy building wire using the new 8000 alloy as specified by the National Electrical Code (NEC). Contractors are using larger sizes of aluminium building wire for low voltage feeders where the savings over copper is significant due the higher weight. Aluminium building wire will have half the weight of copper even though the aluminium conductor must have 50% greater area than copper to carry the same current. The aluminium conductors used for building wire may be compacted in such a way that the overall diameter of the aluminium wire is approximately the same as copper. These wires are manufactured from E.C.grade aluminium.The company supplies wires in hard drawn, half-hard, and annealed condition, depending upon the clients requirements. These wires are sold to a variety of clients like wire and cable manufacturers, winding wire manufacturers, and a wide variety of miscellaneous engineering applications.
We offer to clients the widest range of Wires and Cables, which are manufactured by using superior quality of aluminum and copper as conductors. These cables are made as per ISO standards and are approved by PWD, BHEL, PVVNL and many more reputed organizations. Manufactured to deliver superior results for a longer time, our range of wires and cables are tested at various stages to ensure their flawless functioning in future.
Aluminium is a silvery white reactive metal which is usually covered by a tenacious oxide coating. This renders it inert to acids, but it is attacked by alkalies. It is the most common metallic element in the earth's crust (82000 ppm) and is extracted from the hydrated oxide, Bauxite, by electrolysis of the oxide dissolved in molten sodium hexafluoroaluminate (cryolite). The metal has good thermal properties and is malleable and ductile. Aluminium and its alloys are widely used for various applications including aircraft assemblies and engine parts. We produce aluminium wire in dimensions from 0.08mm to 20mm.
Product Applications, among others : clip wires, tea packing wire for the food industry, cold heading wires for joining technology, vaporisation wires for the packaging industry, flame gunning wires for surface refinement, fine wires and weaving wires, wires for various mechanical and electrical applications.
Round Rods : - We produce aluminium rods of dimension between 1.6mm and 15mm - in various sizes and in accordance with your specifications.
Flat and Profile Bars : - We produce flat bars and bars of weights per metre from 2.7g/m to 480g/m - in accordance with your drawing and in various lengths.