The question “What is the difference between NEMA grade G-10 (Mil-I-24768/2 Type GEE) and NEMA Grade FR4 (Mil-I-24768/27 Type GEE-F)?” has been raised many times. Although they are typically made from the same base material (E-Glass), the epoxy resin matrix used for binding each material is inherently different.
Paper Phenolic material has been used for electrical insulation since the early 20th century. The combination of the high-temperature resistant phenolic resin and a treated paper convolute wound tube or laminated sheet provides excellent strength, weather resistance and electrical resistance.
Lamitex® materials are renown in many industries for electrical insulation, as our quality material and expert fabrication are among the elite in the business. Supplying a range of materials and services to small and large businesses alike, we believe that we can satisfy everyone’s objectives.