Nomex is a high temperature insulation product with excellent physical and electrical balance. Nomex is made entirely of synthetic aramid polymers in two forms: short fibers (flocs) and microscopic fibrous binder particles (fibres). Nomex has been widely used for electrical insulation of liquid and dry transformers, motors and generators.
High Quality Nomex Paper 410 is a calendered insulation paper with high inherent dielectric strength, mechanical toughness, flexibility and flexibility. Model 410 is the original form of Nomex paper and is widely used in most electrical equipment applications. The Model 410 is available in 11 thicknesses (2 to 30 mils, or 0.05 to 0.76 mm) and is suitable for almost all known electrical board insulation applications. The Nomex 410 is capable of maintaining a dielectric strength of 300 V / mil (12 kV / mm) for several hours at 400 ° C (750 ° F).
mechanical properties：The High Quality Nomex Paper 410 is very strong, resilient, thinner, flexible, and all products resistant to tearing and abrasion.
thermal stability：When the temperature of the NOMEX product reaches 200 degrees C (300 degrees F), the electrical and mechanical properties of the products are very little or even no influence, and the effective value can be maintained at high temperature. In addition, the performance of High Quality Nomex Paper 410, such as continuous exposure at 200 degrees C (430 degrees F), can be maintained for at least ten years.
Insensitive to moisture：When the relative humidity of 95% NOMEX is not in balance, the dielectric strength of the insulating paper and the synthetic woven platen is ninety percent when the dielectric strength is absolutely dry. Therefore, many mechanical properties can actually be enhanced. In 95% humidity environment, NOMEX paper and pressing board can maintain 90% bonding and electrical insulation properties, and some attributes will be improved.