Submersible Motor Winding Wire
Bonded Polyester Gel filled & Mylar / BOPP Wrapped Winding Wire for Submersible Pump Motors
Comparison between PolyGel PVC insulated winding wires
Low Diameter Bonded Polyester Gel Filled Mylar/BOPP Wrapped Winding Wire for Submersible Pump Motor
Polyester Bonded Gel is a revolutionary product. “Emgee” has further revolutionised it by creating a significant application in Bonding the BOPP Layers and creating a resistive barrier for current leakage. The IR value 20 Gohms remains constant even at elevated temp and high centrifugal pressure.
- Long Life of Motor: Increased motor life due to joint free Bonded Gel in 1st and 3rd layer.
- Significant Power Saving: Reduced leakage current @80°C and at high centrifugal pressure.
- Easy to Wind: Increased modulus of elasticity making it softer & Easy to Wind.
- Less Water Seepage: Bonded Gel Reduces Water Seepage.
- Mechanical Strength: Polygel and BOPP Insulations are remarkably resistant to cut through & scratch abrasion.
- Tear Resistant: Bi-axial orientation of BOPP tape makes propagation of tear very difficult.
- High Dielectric Strength: The Multiple layers of BOPP and Bonded gel ensures high dielectric strength.
- Tape Color: White BOPP (Bi-axially oriented Poly Propylene)
- Conductor Material: Annealed Bare copper E.C. Grade as per IS:8783 (Part I) 1995
- Dimensional Standards: click here for Technical Specification
- Rated Voltage Uo/U (Um): 450/750 V
- Test voltage: 3.0 KV for one minute (after 24 hrs of water immersion at 20°C)
- Insulation Resistance (MΩ.km): 6000 against 600 of PVC.
- Wire Flexibility: Flexible
- Tensile Strength (P.S.I.): 4000 in comparison to 2000 of PVC
- Flame retardant: as per IS: 8783 Section 3 Part (IV)
- Chemical resistance: Accidental
- Oil resistance: Yes
- Operating temperature, range: (-) 25 (+) 105°C
- Weather resistance: Very good
- Min. ambient temp.: -40°C ~ -15°C
- Max operation temp.: +105°C in Fixed Protected installation.
- Tear Resistance: The structure of insulation (BOPP) is oriented bi-axially hence propagation of tear is difficult.
- Dielectric strength (V/mm): 600 in comparison to 250 of PVC.
- Water Absorption: 0.30 in comparison to 0.70 of PVC.
- Compressive Strength Rupture (P.S.I.): 6000 against 1500 of PVC.
- Norms: IS:8783 (Part IV / Section I), DIN 53483, VDE 0472