paper insulation

paper insulation

[′pā·pər ‚in·sə′lā·shən]
(materials)
Electrical insulation made of paper, chiefly from coniferous woods but also from rags, rope, and other materials, which are chemically treated, beaten into a dispersed pulp, formed into a loose sheet by filtering on a moving wire screen, and compacted into paper by calendering with heated rolls.
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