wire insulation

wire insulation

[′wīr ‚in·sə′lā·shən]
(materials)
A flexible insulation used to cover an electric wire.
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Design and manufacture of machinery for the extrusion and curing of silicone rubber profiles, hoses and wire insulation are provided by the company.
The automaker is recalling the vehicle because the wire insulation used in the heating unit is not up to standard, which could cause it to become exposed, increasingly the likelihood of a vehicle fire.
Hazard: The wire insulation can degrade, leading to electrically live wires becoming exposed to make contact with the metal canopy of the fixture or nearby components.
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This pyrolytic reaction shields wire insulation, solder connections, circuit boards, terminal blocks, relays and metallurgy, enabling critical control components to continue operating during the fire.
It incorporates special mixing technology said to yield vinyls with improved melt elasticity for film, sheet, profiles, and wire insulation.
has launched Dow Ecolibrium Bio-Based Plasticizers, phthalate-free plasticizers for use in wire insulation and jacketing that are made from nearly 100% renewable feedstocks.
As a result, the resin is widely used in applications that include electrical wire insulation in automobiles, aircraft, and robotics; and coatings for tubes used to transport special liquids.
Additives are frequently mixed into polymeric materials in minute quantities in order to make them processable into the typical products well known to consumers, such as plastic sheets, pipes, and wire insulation.
The big product in Illiopolis now is polyvinyl chloride (PVC), used in tile, plastic water pipes, siding and wire insulation.