Lamitex Composites Prove Superior as Insulation for Electromagnetic Induction
Thermoset composites are commonly used as electrical insulation in applications where electromagnetic induction is present. Electromagnetic induction- the process of generating an electrical current in a conductor by exposing it to a changing magnetic field, is used in a wide range of electrical applications including transformers, motors, and generators.
Lamitex thermoset composites are ideal for use as electrical insulation in these applications because they offer several important advantages over other materials, such as their excellent thermal and electrical properties. Our glass/ epoxy composites make the perfect coil support for winding. They can withstand high temperatures without degrading or losing their insulating properties for extended periods of time. Additionally, they have a high dielectric strength, allowing these composites to withstand high electrical voltages without breaking down.
Lamitex materials are also highly resistant to moisture, a variety of chemicals, and other environmental factors that can cause degradation in other types of insulation. This makes them ideal for use in harsh environments where exposure to moisture or chemicals is common.
In addition to their excellent electrical and thermal properties, thermoset composites are also highly customizable. We provide a long list of base substrates ranging from paper to glass, accompanied by various resin matrices for each specific situation. This allows them to be tailored to the specific needs of each application. Lamitex thermoset composites are an ideal choice for use in a wide range of electrical devices. For more on our material please visit our page describing each in detail.