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What is the difference between grade F and grade B of DMD insulating paper?

ztelec group2021-03-29 09:28112

DMD insulating paper is made of a layer of polyester film coated with adhesive and polyester fiber non-woven fabric. Diamond dotted paper is mainly divided into F and B class, what is the difference between the two? Here's what you need to know.

1. Different characteristics

Class F ddp paper has good mechanical strength, dielectric property and heat resistance.

2. Different temperature resistance

The temperature of B class ddp paper is 130 degrees, while the F class temperature is 155 degrees.

3. Different colors

B class diamond dotted paper is white, and F class ddp paper is usually blue or pink.

4. Different specifications

The thickness of F-class diamond dotted paper is between 0.10mm ~ 0.45mm, the width is between 980mm ~ 990mm, and the section is greater than 1000mm * 900mm.

5. Different applications

Class F DMD insulating paper is the insulating material of Y series motor, which can be used for inter-slot insulation, inter-turn insulation, inter-layer insulation, gasket insulation core of small and medium-sized motor and transformer insulation. But B class ddp paper is different.

In a word, DMD insulating paper is not only widely used as insulation materials in motor, electrical appliances, instrument and switch, but also used in clothing, packaging and other industries, its mode is also varied. Therefore, you can determine which type of composite insulating paper to choose according to their actual needs when purchasing.

Hope that the above introduction will be helpful to your purchase. If you have any questions, welcome to consult ZTelec Group.

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