General Clad is proud to announce our participation of the coming wire 2022 in Messe Dusseldorf, Germany. Join us at booth Hall 11_E14 to learn more about our bimetallic products. Exhibition: June 20-24, 2022Location: Messe Düsseldorf, GermanyRaytron booth no.: 11_E14 For more information, please visit:

Cancellation of WIRE 2020

Due to the COVID-19 situation in Germany, we are sorry to inform all our clients that the scheduled Wire 2020 in Dec 7-11th has be cancelled. We will participate in the wire 2022. Looking forward to meet you in Dusseldorf in 2022.

General Clad drafted the China National Standard for the special steel

As a technology driven company, General Clad always devote ourselves to developing high class bimetallic material. With the help of several of our suppliers as well as our national lab, we successfully drafted the national standard GB/T 38347-2019 ” Hot rolled wire rod of ultra-low carbon steel with high Boron”

copper clad aluminum wire

HTCCA : A perfect bimetallic material to help you reduce your cost on copper.

General Clad Copper Clad Aluminum HTCCA- High Tensile Copper Clad Aluminum is a light weight bimetallic material with aluminum alloy core and a concentric copper cladding. With a certain thickness of copper layer, signals within a specific frequency range transferred along the HTCCA wire will be guaranteed with the same performance as on copper with same cross section area. While, given the fact that the density of aluminum is 2.7g/cm3 when copper is 8.9g/cm3, the aluminum core in the HTCCA ...

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GENERAL CLAD developed revolutionary 40H copper clad aluminum wire material for wire & cable industry.

According to ASTM-B566 standard, there are only two types of copper clad aluminum available which are 10% copper volume and 15% copper volume. Both are widely used in wire & cable industry all over the world and replace copper in many applications. While, as the maximum conductivity offered by the current 10% and 15% CCA is only 1/3 of copper, lots of high quality cables could not able to use CCA as the conductor. General Clad successfully developed the special ...

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