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in·su·la·tor

(in'sŭ-lā'tŏr),
A nonconducting substance used as insulation.
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Some of the commonly used electric insulators include ceramic, glass, composite materials, air, rubber, plastic, wood, silk, paper, etc.
'Initially, there was a plan to replace insulators with RTV coated ones at the line's 8-9km stretch, a portion considered critical due to situation near the sea and the plant.
The overwhelming majority of 6, 10 kV electric networks are made on supports of reinforced concrete racks made of vibrating reinforced concrete, with fastening of wires with the help of pin porcelain or glass insulators. In these solutions, the inadequate resource and low reliability of OL-6-10 kV are implemented.
In Figure 7, four real damaged ceramic electrical insulators are used in our experiment.
Browse 15 market data Tables and 36 Figures spread through 143 Pages and an in-depth TOC on "GCC Insulators Market."
The main application of the product is in building construction industry in thermal insulators of the surfaces, especially in building valves and prevention of energy loss.
Taking into consideration the problems and weak points in common thermal insulators, including low efficiency, high weight and thickness, big size and high production cost, the researchers tried to overcome some of the problems by using nanomaterials.
UHV gas bushings made by NGK Insulators (left) and contamination test of a UHV bushing shell
Since predicting the existence of topological insulators in 2005, physicists have salivated over the materials' unique properties (SN: 5/22/10, p.
6 -- Indian Government has imposed 35 per cent safeguard duty on electrical insulators imported from China.
Wacker has introduced a solvent-free silicone coating for electrical insulators. The one-component emulsion called Powersil 570 Plus is applied by spraying and then cures to form a water-repellent silicone coating.
Insulator manufacturing has evolved to mitigate partial discharge in insulators.