This film is PET (polyethylene terephthalate) that can withstand heat as well as high voltage durability, besides with mechanical strength, insulation film can protect the surface of equipment and components from pollution and damage. , .. Insulating films can operate long-term in high temperature conditions, recyclable and environmentally friendly and health. With these advantages, insulating milk films are widely used for insulation, such as slot insulation, interphase insulation in electric motors and insulating liners, separating engine and core parts by an insulation layer/insulation in motors and transformers.
Product Name: MILKY WHITE POLYESTER FILM INSULATION
Heat resistance: from -20 ℃ to 130 ℃.
Standard width: 1000 mm (1 meter).
Packing weight: 50 to 60 kg small rolls or standard rolls from 95 to 110 kg.
Color: milky white.
Outer appearance: Smooth, flat and glossy (glossy) surface on both sides, no defects can affect the nature of the product. No bubbles, needle holes and impurities. The color of the film is opalescent, not the inner film.
Minimum quantity: Our film and paper insulation products are sold in kilograms (not sold in meters), depending on customer requirements.
Retail customers please purchase directly at Cam Tu Store branch at 505/11 Nhat Tao, Ward 7, District 10, Ho Chi Minh City. We have retail dials and sell them according to your needs.
Its excellent dielectric properties make it particularly suitable for applications in the field of electric insulation, such as slot liner, inter-phase insulation in the electric motor (Class B machines at 130℃), wrapping insulation for coils and cables in fan industries. It is ideal for mechanical barriers, as well as in transformer and high-voltage distribution equipment insulation separator.
These thin layers of milky white films have a very good mechanical strength and are resistant against most oils, grease and solvents used in the transformer and motor-industry. Under a normal environment, this product has a very long life cycle and could be used within a temperature range of -30℃ to 130℃.