1/0 AWG through 900 kcmil AlumaFlex™ THHN/THWN-2 Insulated Singles with 8000 series Triple E™ Aluminum Alloy. Bare AlumaFlex™ Aluminum Alloy Grounding Conductor. UL Listed. 600 Volts. Lightweight Aluminum Interlocked Armor.
Overall flame retardant sunlight resistant PVC Jacket.
- Direct burial applications, installation in concrete and where exposed to cinder fills, strong chlorides, caustic alkalis, or vapors of chlorine or of hydrochloricacids;
- Branch, feeder and service power distribution in commercial, industrial, institutional, and multiresidential buildings;
- Power, lighting, control, and signal circuits;
- Fished or embedded in plaster;
- Concealed or exposed installations;
- Places of Assembly per NEC 518.4 and theaters per NEC 520.5;
- As aerial cable on a messenger;
- Installation in cable tray and approved raceways;
- Under raised floors for information technology equipment conductors and cables perNEC 645.5(D) & 645.5(D)(2);
- Class I Div. 2, Class II Div 2, & Class III Div. 1 Hazardous Locations.
Aluminum-based electrical wiring was first used for utility applications in the early 1900s. Use of aluminum wiring grew rapidly after World War II and it has increasingly replaced copper as the conductor of choice in utility grids. The metal has significant cost and weight advantages over copper and is now the preferred material for electricity transmission and distribution uses. AA-8000 series aluminum alloy conductors have more than 40 years of reliable field installations and have been recognized specifically by the National Electrical Code for over three decades. Aluminum electrical wiring is an increasingly popular choice for utilities and builders. The market has grown 20 percent over the past decade. (Taken from The Aluminium Association)