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bar manufacturers are moving from Mylar sleeves to epoxy coating powders
because powder coating offers many benefits. SolEpoxy provides the widest range
of bus bar insulation epoxy coating powder.
provides the widest range of busbar insulation epoxy coating powder.
- The greatest number of UL-rated busbar coating powders of any manufacturer
- With outstanding adhesion to copper or aluminum bus bars
- Protecting low voltage (<600V) and medium voltage (~38,000V) conductors
- In hot and humid commercial and industrial applications
You'll be happy
to to hear about DK15-0907, the “one-powder” solution for insulating low
voltage busbar and medium voltage busbars.
Low Voltage or Medium Voltage Busbars
- Superior dielectric strength for thin, smooth insulation of low voltage bus bars
- Able to build to 1mm thick for uniform insulation of medium voltage bus bars
busbars can either use a thinner coating of a high dielectric-strength
material, or they can use a thicker coating of a low dielectric-strength
material. DK15-0907 has very high dielectric strength of 46 kV/mm and it can be
applied in a thin, uniform coating for low voltage applications.
voltage busbars require high dielectric strength and a thicker coating as well. DK15-0907 addresses both of these
needs. It will build to a 4mm (150mil) uniform thickness with just3-dips into a fluid bed!
Copper or Aluminum Busbars
coating powder for busbars can reduce the minimum busbar spacing requirement
and it is equally suited for aluminum and copper busbars. In low voltage
applications, DK15-0907 permits close spacing of bus bars and it could also
enable the use of smaller conductors because it conducts heat better than
UL Rated Busbar coating powders
SolEpoxy has a number of UL-listed busbar epoxy coating powders
listed under File Number E343402
and DK15-0907 has an official UL RTI rating of 130°C. In
our testing, DK15-0907 maintains over 50% of dielectric strength for more than
800 hours at 220°C! .
Ask for a sample of SolEpoxy DK15-0907 today!
is an industry standard material used by some of the world's largest power distribution companies. Contact us to ask for your sample today.