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#201346 - 05/28/11 07:46 PM CU clad Al wire
harold endean Offline
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I was asked how to terminate a CU clad AL conductor? Do you use regular wire nuts or do you need the AL wire nuts?

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#201359 - 05/29/11 07:51 AM Re: CU clad Al wire [Re: harold endean]
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Treat it just like aluminum wire.

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#201360 - 05/29/11 08:59 AM Re: CU clad Al wire [Re: renosteinke]
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Just run like standard alum conductor and just beaware with the rating they are simaiur to straight alum conductors as well { I know some peoples miss this one }

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