TRANSFORMER WIRE COVERING PAPER – THERMALLY UPGRADED PAPER
- An upgrade of kraft paper to allow a temperature rise of the winding to be increased by 10 °C
Used for conductor covering
- 60 micron
- 90 micron
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Elmotherm® 6001 is a single component, solvented, Class H epoxy varnish which has excellent moisture and
Dip or spray application of rotating and non-rotating electrical and non electrical equipment. Elmotherm® 6001 may also be used in coil consolidation applications.
For a complete guide to the processing of components and machines in Epoxylite® 6001 please refer to the separate processing data sheet for this product.
Containers of Epoxylite® 6001 should be stored in a cool place away from direct sunlight or other heat sources.
Maintenance of Resin:
The viscosity and gel-time of Epoxylite® 6001 in tanks should be regularly monitored and maintained
within the recommended limits. A Tank Sample Testing service is available from Wilec.
Minimum storage life 12 months in tightly closed containers at temperatures below 25°C.
Refer Material safety data sheet.
Epoxylite ® EIP 5600
Long working life, low viscosity, clear, unfilled, two component epoxide system which cures to a tough, resilient resin for use at Class H temperatures
Trickle and dip roll of rotors, bonding and potting of electrical / electronic components.
Trickle and dip roll of rotors processing is carried out at temperatures in the region of 50°C – 90°C. Potting and general sealing applications ideally should be performed at room temperature. Best results are achieved when the material is processed under vacuum.
Hot Moulding Mica-Shellac
01-99 Shellac Mould Plate
01-99 plate is a Class B hot forming moulding plate. It is made with partially cured shellac binder generally between 10 to 22 %. It softens under heat to facilitate good moulding. There are different grades of 01-99 mould plate available depending upon the type of mica used, binder content, and surface characteristics.
For hot moulding of intricate parts such as mica commutator cones or V-rings, end bell insulation, slot cells, coil forms and tubes
The layout consisting of the required number of layers of thin mica moulding plates (cut to definite shape) is set in a pre-determined pattern. It is then heated uniformly to a temperature of 130°C – 160°C till it becomes soft. It takes the required form when moulded under pressure.
It retains its form when cooled under pressure. The duration, temperature and pressure will have to be determined by application. These moulded parts, if required, can be fully cured under heat and pressure for several more hours to develop their full properties.