Polymeric Electrical Insulators

Polymeric Electrical Insulators

High quality polymeric electrical insulators. We constantly invest in the latest technologies to continue improving the quality of development of our high, medium and low voltage insulators, which so far have achieved great results, satisfying our clients in the railway, apparel and transformer markets.

Raw Materials of Polymeric Electrical Insulators

Acid resistant ECR fiberglass core.

 Composition

We use many glass filaments to provide high mechanical resistance and make them extremely thin.

They are impregnated with epoxy resin, a thermosetting polymer used in the electrical sector for its dielectric properties.

Manufacturing process

Through vacuum extrusion and compaction at high temperatures.

Acid resistance test

  • Making small cuts in core at 12 mm depth.
  • HN03 – 1 N
  • Applied Voltage: 40.5 / = 23.4 kV: 7,200h for 300 days.
  • Tensile strength: 10,400 kg / cm3, decreases by 5%

Forged fittings in C45 steel, hot-dip galvanized.

Poinsa design

  • Electrical optimization of the shape.
  • Free of electric discharges.
  • Completely silicone coated.
  • Total protection of the triple point.
  • Galvanized with zinc thickness greater than 80.

Conventional design

  • Electric shock.
  • Triple point unprotected.
  • Deposition of pollutants that cause erosion.

Silicone: SILICON + KETONE

  • Silicone products: LSR liquid silicone rubber with high hydrophobicity.
  • Maintenance of hydrophobicity: Characteristic property of silicone rubbers that is an important advantage for outdoor applications, making silicone a superior product to other materials.
  • Hydrophobicity recovery: New silicone oligomers emerge on the surface over time, recovering their hydrophobic character.
  • Resistant to erosion and pollution.
  • Tear resistance increased by the primer process with organic product highly adherent.
  • Transmission of hydrophobicity: The oils that come to the surface impregnate the deposited pollution and make it hydrophobic again.

It is important to ensure that the silicone polymer is over 60% and 70% present for the correct electrical function and its mechanical properties.

Why to choose our Polymeric Electrical Insulators?

We guarantee the use and the useful life of polymeric insulators through the most strict quality controls, complying with international regulations, following the requirements and specifications of our clients.

We have national and international approvals.

  • Certified with ISO 9001: 2015 and approved as official suppliers of the main electricity and railway companies in Spain and Europe.

However, it is also important is our long experience of more than 40 years in the sector and the commitment to quality that we have acquired over time.

Types of polymeric insulators

  • Polymeric electrical insulators for 25 kV railways that you will find in our catalog
    • Tensile Insulators

    • Cantilever Insulators

    • Post Insulators

    • Other Railway Insulators

  • Polymeric electrical insulators for 1,5-3,3 kV railways that you will find in our catalog
    • Tensile Insulators
    • Cantilever Insulators
  • Tramway and Underground insulators

  • Insulators for Electrical installations – Substations

    • Standardized Insulators (IEC 62231)
    • Post Insulators

  • Line Insulators
    • Post Insulators 11 kv, 25 kv and 36 kv
    • Suspension and ring tie insulators, Socket-Ball and ball joint insulators.
  • Hollow Insulators 24 kV and 72 kV

Special Products: Hybrid and Silicone Insulators

Hybrid insulators, a new development with all the advantages: inside it is ceramic insulator and outside it is polymeric. The result makes a difference with its great technical benefits.

Silicone insulators. Another solution that incorporates the advantages of the different components, such as ceramic insulators finished with a silicone layer. By means of this spraying technique, a surface is obtained with the characteristics and advantages of silicone, relative to hydrophobicity, performance improvements and adaptation to especially polluted areas.