electrical porcelain

electrical porcelain

[i′lek·trə·kəl ′pȯrs·lən]
(materials)
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electrical porcelain

Vitrified whiteware having an electrical insulating function.
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The company is principally engaged in the manufacture and sale of high/low tension electrical porcelain insulators, switchgear and ceramic tiles.
In Brazil, the production of electrical porcelain insulators generates annually three thousand tonnes of waste.
In addition to electrical porcelain, EMCO runs a full fledged department for production of chemical porcelain such as Acid Proof Lining Bricks, Raschig Rings and Saddles and Special Refractories.
Irabor, Kehinde and Koleoso (1988) worked extensively on the development and manufacture of electrical porcelain insulators from local raw materials for the Rural Electrification Programme of the Directorate of Food, Roads and Rural Infrastructure.
(4.) P W Olupot, S Jonsson and J K Byaruhanga, Study of Glazes and Their Effects on Triaxial Electrical Porcelains from Ugandan Minerals, Journal of Materials Engineering and Performance, 19, 1133-1142 (2010).

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