Electrical panel insulation bakelite sheet material
The customers often consult us the temperature that electrical panel insulation bakelite sheet material can withstand. In what temperature does continuous use will produce deformation? The following will explain the operating temperature of electrical panel insulation bakelite sheet material.
Electrical panel insulation bakelite sheet material is made of bleached wood pulp paper and phenolic resin by hot-pressing and baking. Because of the characteristics of phenolic resin, the electrical panel insulation bakelite sheet material is easy to deformation when it is used for temperature resistance of about 100 degrees continuously. It is recommended that the customer can choose phenolic bakelite board if the temperature resistance requirement is not high like generally less than 100 degrees. Because the price of electrical panel insulation bakelite sheet price is cheaper compared with other insulation boards, and specific gravity is only 1.5 which is lower than general insulation board. So a plate of the same size weighs a lot less, the cost of materials is saved.
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