The G11 insulation board may not be familiar to everyone and the search volume on the Internet is not high. However, in fact, it is a kind of epoxy resin insulation board, so let’s talk about this G11 insulation board!
G11 insulation board overview:
Epoxy insulation board is made of special glass fiber cloth impregnated with epoxy phenolic resin and other materials. With high mechanical properties and dielectric properties, good insulation properties and heat resistance and moisture resistance, and good mechanical processing. Thermal class F. Epoxy resin characteristics, mainly insulation, moisture resistance, dimensional stability, chemical resistance, easy to bond type, especially its excellent alkali resistance properties.
Among them, G-11 and FR-4, which are glass fiber cloths, have excellent mechanical strength, electrical properties, low water absorption, and chemical resistance. In addition, the products based on Tetoron cloth have characteristics such as water resistance, high cycle dependency, open-cell penetration, abrasion resistance, and SF6GAS resistance. It is used in automobile parts (transformers), heavy-duty motor parts (generators) and other industrial fields.
G11 insulation board features and applications:
Electrical insulation performance is stable, flatness is good, surface is smooth, no pits, thickness tolerance standards, suitable for high-performance electronic insulation products, such as FPC reinforcement plate, PCB drilling pad, glass fiber meson, potentiometer carbon Film-printed glass fiberboards, precision planetary gears (wafers), precision test panels, insulation spacers for electrical (electrical) equipment, insulation pads, transformer insulation boards, motor insulation, grinding gears, electronic switch insulation boards, etc.
In fact, in different industries, the insulation board is not the same. However, it never changes. Everyone should not know what it is because it has changed a name. If you have any need for G11 insulation board, you can contact me. My email: firstname.lastname@example.org.