This webinar will outline the different stresses and conditions of the newest motor designs, and how material and process selection can optimize performance. Trends in motor design are resulting in higher thermal, mechanical, and electrical stresses, including impulse-driven motors. We will discuss how these stresses can be mitigated through a variety of chemistries and processing methods. Our expertise in formulating, prototyping, and material testing has given us the ability to develop solutions for these changes in the industry.
We will explore proven formulas of various chemistries that have been developed over 100 years of field experience in potting and encapsulating motors. Learn how to choose the correct product based on the many factors to be considered.
We will also highlight processing variables that could impact the quality of your encapsulation and the resulting performance. Our experts can guide you through the optimization process to take the guesswork out of your processing decisions.
- Learn how to improve environmental resistance
- Discover enhanced mechanical strength
- Identify better thermal management techniques
- Understand the do's and don't's of the encapsulation process
Winkeler is the manager application technology at ELANTAS PDG, Inc., formerly the P.D. George Company. He has been with the company since 1982 and is currently responsible for the application technology group. The group's activities include customer support, agency testing and prototype processing. Mark works closely with R&D and sales teams to develop innovations to assist the electrical industry. Winkeler received a bachelor's of science in physics from Southern Illinois University in 1981 and an MBA in 2006. He serves as vice-chairman of ASTM committee D9 and is a member UL STP for UL1446.He has authored papers on various electrical insulation topics that have been presented at the EEIC and coil winding conferences and serves on the EIC board of governors.
Ellis is currently an application specialist that focuses on prototype processing with ELANTAS PDG products. His current activities include the processing of customer-supplied parts and assisting in the start-up of customer production lines. Ellis has worked in various aspects of the ELANTAS PDG R&D department over the last 23 years, including application, compounding, and technical service. His experiences have provided him with an outstanding working knowledge of the chemistries produced by ELANTAS PDG, Inc.