The silane-XLPE compound of Sioplas method is a crosslinkable insulation material used in the manufacturing of cables. It is a compound that consists of silane-grafted polyethylene (XLPE) and is known for its high quality and superior electrical properties.
Copper-clad aluminum-magnesium alloy wire, on the other hand, is a type of wire that has a copper layer on its surface and is made of aluminum-magnesium alloy at its core. This type of wire combines the advantages of both copper and aluminum-magnesium alloy, as it is lighter and less expensive than pure copper wire, but still has good conductivity due to the copper layer. It is commonly used in power transmission and distribution systems.