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Each Kind of Insulation Material has its Own Characteristics

time:2018-03-28 15:42:44 Author:

With the development of economy, electronic technology is also rapidly advancing, and the insulation rod is changing with each passing day. So what characterist

With the development of economy, electronic technology is also rapidly advancing, and the insulation rod is changing with each passing day. So what characteristics does it have?

First, resistant to chemical corrosion; second, it’s shiny, partially transparent or translucent; third, most materials are good insulators; fourth, it’s lightweight and solid; fifth, it’s easy to process and can be put into mass production, in addition, it’s cheap; sixth, it’s widely used in many fields, and is easy to color; seventh, plastics that can prevent moisture can be divided into general-purpose plastics and engineering plastics, which are mainly defined by the versatility of use. For example, PE, PP are inexpensive and can be used for different kinds of machines. In contrast, the engineering plastic is more expensive, but it has better physical property, both excellent rigidity and toughness. Transparent PVC plastic plate: it’s a high-strength, high-transparent plastic plate produced by introducing advanced foreign technology and using advanced imported raw and auxiliary materials. Product colors are white, jewel orchid, brown, brown and other etc.

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Thickness: 2mm, 20mm.

Size: 1220mmx2440mm, 1300mmx2000mm. The surface of the product is accompanied by a double-sided transparent mold.

Features: the product has the characteristics of high strength, high transparency, good weather resistance, non-toxic, hygienic, and its physical properties are better than organic glass.

Uses: this product is widely used in equipment protection board, instrument housing, interior, drinking water tank, liquid level display and so on.

Performance indicators of insulation materials are insulation strength, tensile strength, specific gravity, expansion coefficient and so on.

Insulation pressure strength: the higher the voltage applied to both ends of the insulator, the greater the electric field force in the charge of the material, and the more likely to be ionization collision, resulting in breakdown of the insulator.

Breakdown voltage: the lowest voltage at which the insulator is broken down is called the breakdown voltage of this insulator.

Rated voltage: all kinds of insulation materials have a certain degree of insulation strength. As for varieties of electrical equipment, safety equipment (wire nippers, electroscope, insulating gloves, insulation rods, etc.), and electrical materials, manufacturers will provide a certain allowable voltage, which is called the rated voltage. The voltage applied during using must not exceed its rated voltage to avoid accidents.

Tensile strength: it refers to the tensile force per unit of cross-sectional area of an insulating material, for example, the glass can withstand a tensile force of 1400 Newtons per square centimeter.