wire insulation

wire insulation

[′wīr ‚in·sə′lā·shən]
(materials)
A flexible insulation used to cover an electric wire.
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The wire insulation was badly burned, consistent with excessive current flow, which could cause a fire.
Evaluation found oil pressure sensor wire insulation chafed and grounding out.
Users of the company's color concentrates are said to enjoy a robust processing window in a wide range of applications, including color-coded wire insulation, tubing, films and injection molded parts.
Partial discharge occurs in voltage environments of 650 V or more, and leads to breakdown of the magnet wire insulation.
Two connector design evolutions have occurred in the last year to make this possible: 1) the miniaturization of discrete wire insulation displacement connectors and 2) poke home wire-to-board (WTB) terminations.
Additional features include a flexible, neoprene outer jacket with tamperproof stainless steel straps for resistance to moisture and corrosion, and an inner sleeve to provide a constant and smooth inner diameter in any position to facilitate wire pulling and prevent damage to wire insulation.
At this time it was noticed that some motors failed when fed via an inverter and it was realised that the voltage spikes caused by the inverter could make micro holes in the enamelled wire insulation.
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.
The company is recalling the product because the fixture's socket wire insulation can degrade, leading to charged wires becoming exposed, causing electricity to pass to the fixture's metal canopy.
Jude Medical Riata leads to help guide treatment; Agency orders the company to collect data on the wire insulation function(C)2012] ENPublishing - http://www.
Bad Idea--the sharp tip can poke through wire insulation.