Dupont Nomex Insulation Paper
The Dupont Nomex Insulation Paper was invented and put into use by DuPont in the United States in the 1960s. It is a good high temperature resistant flame retardant fiber. It can maintain about 80% of the original strength at 200 ° C, and can maintain the original strength of 65% -70% at 260 ° C for 100 h. It creates a barrier between the human body and the garment, reducing heat transfer. It provides protection against most acids and good stability to alkali. Due to its outstanding performance and broad market prospects, countries have carried out research and development on Nomex.
The heat resistance and electrical performance of Dupont Nomex Insulation Paper are outstanding, making it widely used in the military industry and electrical industry, and it is an excellent insulating material of Class H.
Dupont Nomex Insulation Paper is made of two kinds of forms of aromatic polyamide polymer, is widely used in generators, transformers, electrical equipment, electrical and household electrical appliances.
It has a strong intrinsic dielectric strength, mechanical toughness, flexibility and resilience. Good thermal stability.
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