Insulation paper composites introduce you to the difference between green paper and insulating paper
Both green paper and insulating paper are commonly used insulating materials and are widely used in the electrical industry. What is the difference between the two? The following is a detailed description of the difference between green paper and insulating paper:
A composite insulating material made of a polyester film coated with a F-grade adhesive and a polyester fiber non-woven fabric on one side, referred to as DMD. The 6641F-DMD composite has good mechanical strength, dielectric properties and high heat resistance (Class F). Insulation paper is a shaped insulating material for Y series motors. It can be used as slot insulation, inter-turn and interlayer insulation, gasket insulation and transformer insulation for small and medium-sized motors.
Green paper is a fluoroplastic processed paper product. The surface color is black and black, with strong tensile strength, longitudinal and transverse bending, temperature resistance of 130 ° C, withstand voltage of 4000 volts, no foaming, no glue, suitable for electrical appliances, enameled wire, transformer insulation protection. Features: Good insulation, flexibility, water resistance, wear resistance, grease resistance, aging resistance, good gap blocking material.