Southwire’s Bare Copper is used for residential electrical systems before entering the home, usually at the meter base. It is also used as a residential grounding wire. Solid and stranded bare copper (Classes AA and A) are used for overhead transmission and distribution applications. Stranded bare copper (Classes B and C) are used for non-insulated hook-ups, jumpers and electrical construction.
- Rated at 600-Volt
- Available in soft or annealed, medium-hard or hard-drawn copper
- Solid or stranded
- UL listed and CSA certified
- Made in USA
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