What is the difference between paper covered wire and enameled wire? As you may often hear of enameled wire, enameled wire is indeed an important product of the electromagnetic wire family. And a relatively special product in the electromagnetic wire family --- paper covered wire may not be so famous. If the difference between the two is the most obvious difference is the insulation layer. The enameled wire uses insulating paint, while the paper covered wire uses insulating paper. Can insulating paper really achieve the effect of insulating paint? We are here to give you a brief introduction to the nature of paper covered wires.
Even in the era of rapid product replacement, paper-covered wire still has its place. It is mainly used in oil-immersed transformers in our production. Here, the excellent dielectric properties of oil-paper insulation can be fully reflected, and its low price and long service life are often favored by merchants. In the manufacturing process, the copper wire or aluminum wire is extruded and stretched through a certain size of the abrasive tool, and then annealed. Finally, wrap two or more layers of insulating paper on the surface. Insulation paper is clearly different from our usual paper. Generally speaking, the insulation paper we often use is: telephone paper, cable paper, high-voltage cable paper, and turn-to-turn insulation paper. The choice must be based on our different needs and conditions.
When we choose paper covered wire in our use, we should pay special attention to the performance of enameled wire, even after special treatment, compared with some water resistance and thermal performance. Environment to choose.