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— Electrical Insulation - Wiring, Sleeving & other Electrical Sheilding Products. These products are used in electrical applications to insulate high voltage current from surrounding areas. These products are typically known for dielectric strength, arc resistance, thermal performance and insulating properties. Common applications include dry and oil-filled transformers, switch gears, relays, wire wrap, welding apparatus, electrical fixtures, commercial & residential electrical, lighting systems and more. These products are known for their ability to insulate electrical current, withstand mositure and corrosion, and resist arc and flame. Many of these materials can serve as practical and safe insulators for low to moderate voltages (hundreds, or even thousands, of volts).

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Electrical Insulation - Wiring, Sleeving & other Electrical Sheilding Products. These products are used in electrical applications to insulate high voltage current from surrounding areas. These products are typically known for dielectric strength, arc resistance, thermal performance and insulating properties. Common applications include dry and oil-filled transformers, switch gears, relays, wire wrap, welding apparatus, electrical fixtures, commercial & residential electrical, lighting systems and more. These products are known for their ability to insulate electrical current, withstand mositure and corrosion, and resist arc and flame. Many of these materials can serve as practical and safe insulators for low to moderate voltages (hundreds, or even thousands, of volts).

An insulator, also called a dielectric, is a material that resists the flow of electric current. An insulating material has atoms with tightly bonded valence electrons. These materials are used in parts of electrical equipment, also called insulators or insulation, intended to support or separate electrical conductors without passing current through themselves. The term is also used more specifically to refer to insulating supports that attach electric power transmission wires to utility poles or pylons.

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