Nomex paper Type 410 is an insulation paper which offers high inherent dielectric strength, mechanical toughness, flexibility and resilience. Nomex paper Type 410 is the original form of Nomex paper , and is widely used in a majority of electrical equipment applications. Available in 11 thicknesses (0.05 to 0.76 mm) (2 to 30 mil), Nomex paper Type 410 is used in almost every known electrical sheet insulation application.
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Nomex is a great material for applications requiring electrical insulation and heat resistance. Insulators are used to protect us from the dangerous effects of electricity flowing through conductors. Sometimes the voltage in an electrical circuit can be quite high and dangerous. Nomex is not only heat resistant, but it is also flame resistant as well. Along with it’s high mechanical strength and resistance to chemicals make this material extremely high performing.
Benefits of Nomex Paper Insulators:
- Heat Resistant
- Electrical Insulation
- Chemical Resistance
- Excellent Thermal Properties
- Flame Resistant
- Mechanical Strength
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