Find a huge selection of Electrical Silicone Rubber Stationary Insulation Cover from China at KINGTOM. Electrical Silicone Rubber Stationary Insulation Cover with low-voltage is made of reinforced glass fiber PP and polycarbonate, with a service life of more than 15 years;
High quality Electrical Silicone Rubber Stationary Insulation Cover is offered by China manufacturer KINGTOM. Electrical Silicone Rubber Stationary Insulation Cover with low-voltage is made of reinforced glass fiber PP and polycarbonate, with a service life of more than 15 years; It can effectively prevent the air parabola, external damage and small animal short circuit caused by burning transformer, prevent the occurrence of personal electric shock accident, and can be in the transformer serious overload, load serious phase bias, wiring clamp contact bad heating alarm prompt role. Effectively prevent freezing caused by transformer short circuit accident.
①Product name: Electrical Silicone Rubber Stationary Insulation Cover
②Material: EPDM NBR Silicon or Can Custom
③Logo: Can Custom
④Size: Can Custom
⑤Can Custom: Black or custom
⑦Certifications: IATF16949 ,ISO14001:2015,ROHS,CMC, etc
⑧Delivery: 30 -50days after sample confirmation
⑨Sample: 25-30 days
⑩Payment: 30% deposit, 70% payment before shipment
⑪Package: PE bags, Cartons,Pallet
⑫Payment Terms: T/T,L/C and so on.
⑬Shipment Way: Vessel,Air,Express etc.
Silicone Rubber Stationary Insulation Cover-Silicone rubber has been widely used in electrical insulation of power equipment.According to international standards, high temperature vulcanized silicone rubber for power insulation shall support 3.0 kV in electrical tracking and corrosion tests as determined by IEC. However, most silicon rubber used to make power components support a maximum voltage of 2.75 kV. This study presents a careful evaluation of the electrical properties of a new 6.0kV silicone rubber by a world renowned manufacturer in the power sector.
The new silicone rubber is electrically tracked and corrosion tested using two different methods described in IEC 60587: the step method and the stabilization method.These two test procedures are performed in AC, following the recommendations of the specification, and are also suitable for DC analysis.