The Enameled Wire is a main type of winding wire. […]
The Enameled Wire is a main type of winding wire. It consists of two parts: the conductor and the insulating layer. After the bare wire is annealed and softened, it is baked and repeatedly baked. However, it is not simple to produce a product that meets the requirements of the specification and meets the requirements of the customer. It is affected by factors such as raw material quality, process parameters, production equipment, and environment. Therefore, the quality characteristics of various enameled wires are different, but they all have Four properties of mechanical properties, chemical properties, electrical properties, and thermal properties.
In the wrapped wire, the paper covered wire still occupies a considerable position, mainly used in oil-immersed transformers. The oil-paper insulation formed at this time has excellent dielectric properties, is inexpensive, and has a long life. The paper covered wire is a wire which is annealed or drawn after being kneaded or drawn by an oxygen-free copper rod or an electric round aluminum rod through a mold of a certain specification, and then wrapped on a copper (aluminum) conductor to wrap two or more layers of insulating paper (including Winding wire for telephone paper, cable paper, high-voltage cable paper, inter-turn insulating paper, etc., suitable for oil-immersed transformer coils and other similar electrical windings.
The use of enameled wire is quite extensive, from the electrical products in our daily life, such as: air conditioners, refrigerators, washing machines, induction cookers, microwave ovens. To your personal small appliances, such as: razors, mobile phones, MP3, computers. Then go to the factory's large electric motor, generator, electromagnet, transformer, electric cabinet. Cars, motorcycles, electric cars, even airplanes, rockets, space shuttles. Most of the electrical products we know have enameled wires.