Main Features and Precautions of Insulation Board
Insulation board is available in a variety of materials, including rubber, resin, and curing agent. The principle of the insulating board is to use the principle of non-conductivity of materials and electrical insulation to protect people’s lives. The insulating board is mainly refined by vulcanization engineering, and has the characteristics of various forms, convenient curing, low shrinkage, strong mechanical properties and strong adhesive force. It has been widely used in various types of miners’ factories, substations, power plants, power houses, laboratories, and outdoor cable operations, as well as various electric vehicles, transportation departments, and real estate.
In addition to preventing electrical conduction, the insulation board is mainly used in the industry for anti-corrosion as well as wear-resistant and impact-resistant protection for its equipment and device protection. For example, the use of desulfurization systems in thermal power plants is based on the anti-corrosion characteristics of insulating plates, and the application principle is the same in water treatment and anti-corrosion. The use of insulating plates can effectively extend the life of the equipment and ensure the safety of people’s lives.
The insulation board is used for insulation from the earth. The length of the insulation board is not less than 60cm, and the thickness is determined by the voltage. The larger the voltage, the thicker the thickness should be properly thickened to prevent accidents. When the insulation board is used, it should be laid on the ground, and it should not be bulged, and there should be no defects such as holes or cracks. The use environment should be dry and should not be used in wet places.