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Part # Distributor Manufacturer Product Category Description
LD60 Tequipment.Net Phenix Not Provided 60 kVAC Oil Dielectric Test Set - INPUT VOLTAGE MUST BE SPECIFIED: Either 115-120 VAC, 60Hz or 220/240VAC 50/60 Hz
LD75 Tequipment.Net Phenix Not Provided 75 kVAC Oil Dielectric Test Set - INPUT VOLTAGE MUST BE SPECIFIED: Either 115-120 VAC, 60Hz or 220/240VAC 50/60 Hz
LD100 Tequipment.Net Phenix Not Provided 100 kVAC Oil Dielectric Test Set - INPUT VOLTAGE MUST BE SPECIFIED: Either 115-120 VAC, 60Hz or 220/240VAC 50/60 Hz

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  • The Megger Guide to Oil Breakdown Dielectric Testing
    Oils that combine a high flashpoint with high dielectric strength have long been used as an insulating medium in. transformers, switchgear and other electrical apparatus. To ensure that the dielectric strength of the oil does not. deteriorate however, proper maintenance is essential, and the basis
  • Current Chopping a Simple Explanation, and Calculations to Determine Transient Voltages When Using Vacuum Interrupters
    Current chopping is a term that came to our vocabulary with the advent of vacuum. switching which was commercially started back in the 1950's. Earlier switching means in. air or oil are in terms of dielectric recovery rate relatively slow and as the main contacts. would part the arc would go
  • Tackling Tough Fluid Sensing Challenges
    include the point-level or continuous level sensing of hydraulic oils. They might involve the monitoring of sticky, corrosive, lubricating or coating fluids. They could require reliable measurements of sticky foams and suspended solids. Or, perhaps the monitoring of fluid media with changing dielectric
  • Laser Micromachining PEEK (polyetheretherketone) Films
    High Performance SemiCrystalline PEEK (polyetheretherketone) films are drawing interest within the industrial marketplace. PEEK has the characteristics of a versatile high performance film with a high dielectric property, resistance to chemical corrosion and the ability to withstand higher
  • Chemical Applications: Sonolator Application Card - Silicone Emulsions
    Sonic's Sonolator high-pressure homogenizing systems have been widely used to form silicone oil and water emulsions. Silicones are semi-organic polymers with very low surface tension, high thermal stability, good water repellency, and high dielectric strength. These properties make it quite useful
  • Medical Device Link .
    , fluoropolymers have found homes in demanding applications, ranging from the extremes of space flight to the depths of deep oil exploration. In such applications, dielectric properties, superior chemical resistance, and a broad continuous-service temperature range are critical. In the medical device market
  • Sensors take the heat
    for connection failures. Mismatches in the coefficient of thermal expansion of packaging materials can result in strain and fatigue-related failure modes. Temperature-induced change in the dielectric properties of a material can produce a significant change in capacitor value. The introduction of novel
  • Room Temperature Vulcanizing (RTV) Silicone
    at room temperature to a solid elastomer, a gel, or a flexible foam. RTV-2 remains flexible from -80°C to +250°C. Break down occurs at temperatures above 350°C leaving an inert silica deposit that is uninflammable and non-combustible. They can be used for electrical insulation due to their dielectric
  • Customized Filter Material Supports Innovation In The Medical Industry
    of uniform pore sizes and pore distributions. The density and width of the material can be customized, and its water-repellent, oil-absorbent, and dielectric properties can be altered. The material complies with FDA regulations for medical applications, and has a wide variety of uses in the medical

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