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  • Reducing motor costs through chemistry
    The resins , often referred to as " varnishes ,"are applied by dipping, vacuum or trickling the resin over the coil to provide penetration through "wicking." .
  • Epoxy "trickle" impregnation with solventless resin vs. dip and bake in solvent varnish
    MI 9 were insulated with a varnish consisting of a two part 100% solids, semi flexible epoxy resin type applied with e trickle or pour process.
  • Axial Flux Permanent Magnet Brushless Machines
    ...standard methods are used to secure the conductors of electrical machines in place: dipping the whole component into a varnish -like material, and then baking off its solvent, trickle impregnation method, which uses... ...to cure a catalyzed resin which is dripped onto...
  • Accessing the insulation characteristics for stator windings of low-voltage induction motors for adjustable-speed drive applications
    ...inverter spike resistant (ISR) magnet wire capable of surge voltage by PWM inverters • Apply dipping and bake impregnation at least two times • Adopt trickle impregnation for a small... ...method using corona shield resin instead of varnish dipping • Use insulation...
  • Axial Flux Permanent Magnet Brushless Machines
    ...methods are used to secure the conductors of electrical machines in place: • dipping the whole component into a varnish -like material, and then... ...off its solvent, • trickle impregnation method, which uses... ...to cure a catalyzed resin which is dripped onto...
  • CR4 - Thread: aluminium wire for motors
    After winding, coil insertion, connecting, lacing and forming, you need to varnish the stator to give it machanical strenght, heat dissipation but most important, dielectrical streght, you can also use a resin trickle process, and there are several compounds for this porpuse.
  • Electric motor rebuilding standards
    Epoxy " Trickle " Impregnation with Solventless Resin vs. Dip and Bake i n Solventless Varnish . m, CH2133, July 1985.
  • Electrostatic powder coating for armature impregnation
    Oncethe trickle applicationhas beencompleted, the parts are baked in an oven for 10 to 20 minutes at 325"to 375" F (163"to 191" C) in order to heat cure the varnish or resin .
  • Painter skills
    Thixotropic alkyd resin lacquers can easilier be processed, the dripping inclination isl remains to project better that on vertical surfaces little, doesn't give higher layer thicknesses and edge cover, selzen in the container.
  • IV. Methods, apparatuses and analysis
    ) To becomes the Durchtr ~ inkung with phenolic resin lacquers prfifen whether a paper is suited (for production yon bakelite-hard papers), the speed of the pulling of a drop meant for castor bean, Walrat- or for Mineral61.
  • III. Colloid research
    ) To becomes the Durchtr ~ inkung with phenolic resin lacquers prfifen whether a paper is suited (for production yon bakelite-hard papers), the speed of the pulling of a drop meant for castor bean, Walrat- or for Mineral61.
  • Thermal conductivity improvements for electric motors
    100% solid unsaturated polyester resins on our stators using a Trickle Machine and comparing to our standard process of waterborne varnish applied in a dip and bake process.
  • Studies on the olive resin
    Forint one a rod of it and seek it anzuztinden like sealing lacquer and on a paper so verl6scht to drip the flame quickly, the resin drips very quickly and dfinnfltissig and adhere fixedly to the paper when it was dropped up...