Mavros 4-4

Mavros uses very high purity OCC (Ohno Continuous Casting) copper conductors. The OCC process is named after professor Atsumi Ohno, who in the late 1970s, discovered that by heating the drawing mould to a higher temperature than the molten copper you intend to cast, then cooling it soon after, the result is one long, high purity (99.9997%) metal crystal. These high-purity monocrystal conductors are used in a multi-stranded layout, wrapped in individual low-loss microporous PTFE (Teflon™) insulators, and twisted to help lower electromagnetic interference. The four separate conductors are then wrapped in cotton, an additional layer paper, then wraps the assembly in PVC and shrouds it in an outer black cotton sleeve. Construction = Multi-core LF/MF, Solid core HF (1.5mm) Material = OCC Dielectric = Microporous PTFE (Teflon™) Screen = none Capacitance = 111.14 pF/m Inductance = 0.3412 µH/m Resistance = 0.0035 Ohm/m VOP = 0.77 Outside Diameter = 10.22mm