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Earthing of resin insulators using arcspray

Reason for use: To produce a integral earth screen Download PDF Related Products Arcspray 145/S345-CL View Product Arcspray 340(16)-PLC View Product Arcspray 528E(16)-ICC View Product The high voltage resin insulators required when using switchgear between 3.2 KV and 38KV can sometimes give rise to problems of air ionisation between metal components and the resin insulators. This ionisation is due to the corona or electrical discharge appearing around the surface of the charged conductor being insulated. It is possible to counteract…

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Earthing of resin insulators using the flamespray process

Reason for use: To produce a integral earth screen Download PDF Related Products MK73-FS Wire Flame View Product The high voltage resin insulators required when using switchgear between 3.2 KV and 38KV can sometimes give rise to problems of air ionisation between metal components and the resin insulators. This ionisation is due to the corona or electrical discharge appearing around the surface of the charged conductor being insulated. It is possible to counteract this problem by using the Metallisation Flamespray…

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Capacitor Ends Metallisation

Metal spraying of capacitor ends

Reason for use: Electrical conductivity Download PDF Related Products Arcspray 145/S345-CL View Product Arcspray 340(16)-PLC View Product Arcspray 528E(16)-ICC View Product The most common type of capacitor in use today is the foil-wound type. A thin film of metal, 1µm, is deposited on one side of a thin, 2.5 – 14µm, polymer film di-electric leaving one edge uncoated. The film is wound around a central insulating core to form a ‘swiss roll’ with the uncoated edges staggered to permit the…

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