|Conductor Material:||Pure Copper||Insulation Material:||Tin|
|Application:||Marine Cables, High Temperature Resistant Cable, Shield Material,||Feature:||Good Corrosion Resistance, Good Ductility, Good Elongation|
|Colour:||Silver White||Size:||As Clients´ Requirements|
copper and nickel alloy,
nickel copper alloy
Tinned Copper Wire SWG/AWG Standard with Good Corrosion Resistance for Marine Cable
Specification and Mechanical Properties:
1. Tinned plated copper wire for braided wire, stranded wire, network cable and so on
2.Usage -- Tinned copper wire for braided wire, stranded wire, network cable and so on
3.Product situation -- Tinned copper wire for braided wire, stranded wire, network cable and so on
4.Produce process -- Tinned copper wire for braided wire, stranded wire, network cable and so on
1.According to customer's requirement ,the specification can be produced from 0.10mm to 5.0mm by wire drawing machine ;
2.By annealing ,cooling,drying and packaging , It's finished .
3.Examining the products' surface and testing property to ensure high quality ,
4.Strictly packaged and put in the ventilated and dry place, normal temperature and 35%RH around
Copper is the second most conductive metal in the world behind silver, but due to its abundance and how easy it is to work with, copper is considered the standard in electrical work. Copper is also the standard by which all other conductive metals are judged. In 1913, the International Electro-Technical Commission set its conductivity at 100 percent of the International Annealed Copper Standard (IACS). The metal resists galvanic corrosion – the gradual deterioration of one metal in electrical contact with another metal – and is durable enough that it avoids stretching, nicks and breaks. However, copper is not invincible.
When you apply a thin coating of tin to bare copper wire, either by dipping the copper in molten metal or by using an electric current to bind the tin to the copper, you create what is known as tinned copper wire. Tinned copper wire is just as conductive as bare copper wire, but the thin layer of tin helps the wire resist corrosion. Tinned copper wire can last up to 10 times longer than its non-tinned counterpart, and because solder is composed primarily of tin, tinned wire is incredibly easy to solder. Tinned copper wire is particularly useful in industrial cranes, subways and marine projects where the tin coat makes the wire more resistant to water.
Despite the many benefits of tinned wire, it is not always the right wire for the job. Tinned copper wire is more expensive than its non-tinned counterpart and can cost as much as 30 percent more than basic, bare copper wire. In environments where acidic soil, high heat or high humidity are not concerns for a project, non-tinned copper wire works just as well.
|Temperature Coefficient of Resistance||[1E-6/K]||3900-4300||600-700|
Contact Person: Mr. Martin Lee
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