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  • 2022-12-22

    Enameled wire refers to an industrial material that wraps a layer of insulating material on the outside of copper or aluminum wire and is used for electromagnetic conversion in motors and household appliances.

  • 2022-12-13

    The difference between a flat wire motor and a round wire motor lies in the way the copper wire is formed.

  • 2022-12-09

    After the wire is painted, it enters the oven. First, the solvent in the paint liquid is evaporated, then solidified to form a layer of paint film, and then painted and baked. Repeat this several times to complete the whole process of baking the enamelled package.

  • 2022-12-06

    Enamel is mainly used for coating insulation of enameled wire core. Since the wire will be subjected to heat, chemical and various mechanical forces during the process of coil winding and embedding.

  • 2022-11-30

    With the development of science and technology, people pay more and more attention to the improvement of insulation materials and insulation technology for electrical appliances, and wire enamel plays an important role in it. At present, motors and electrical appliances are developing in the direction of miniaturization, light weight, and high performance, and the requirements for the heat resistance level of insulating materials are also getting higher and higher.

  • 2022-11-09

    Lacquered wire (magnetic wire) is wound around spools of different sizes and shapes. The wire diameter determines the size of the spool that can be used. Ultra-fine thread is usually produced on smaller bobbins, while heavy thread is wound around very large bobbins. Different global standards specify different spool types, often associated with standards on each continent.

  • 2022-11-08

    Despite its high cost, copper is still used more widely than aluminum in conducting coils, but each material has its advantages and disadvantages.

  • 2022-11-07

    Stranded wire is a thin bundle of wires compressed and insulated by a non-conductive material. Electromagnetic wir eis coated with insulating layer.

  • 2022-11-07

    Operating at 105 degrees, the electromagnetic wire can be selected from standard enamel, one of the first automotive ignition insulation materials, and today is mainly used in musical instrument coils, which are generally 41 to 44 gauge in size. Formvar insulation is another major option. It is a natural insulation made of modified polyethylene resin that wears well and can be mixed with other varnishes and compounds.

  • 2022-11-07

    In most cases, to make magnet or enameled wire, the basic process begins by extruding the wire to the desired size, and then applying liquid paint. The wire then goes into the oven and the enamel is cured. Insulation is usually added in multiple channels, and the wires go in and out of the same oven in series in a continuous process until the desired insulation is obtained. The magnet or enameled wire consists of fully annealed, electrolytically refined copper or aluminum to allow tighter windings when making electromagnetic coils. High purity oxygen free bronze is used for high temperature applications in reducing atmospheres or hydrogen-cooled motors or generators.

  • 2022-10-31

    A magnetic wire is an insulated copper or aluminum conductor used to power motors, transformers, generators, and other electrical equipment in which electrical energy is converted into mechanical energy. The magnet wire will be coated with enamel insulation, rather than the plastic or rubber coating of normal wire. The magnet wire is also available in a thinner gauge, which is solid wire, while the regular wire has a larger size and is also available in a stranded version. Electricity can be transmitted through a magnetic field, rather than through a metal connection between two circuits. Aluminum wire can be used, but copper magnet wire is preferred because it saves space and can be wound more tightly.

  • 2022-10-31

    Yes, they're called magnetic wires. It has an insulating coating. Many years ago, people used something called Formvar, which is a clear dark brown color. The most common ones today look like bare or stained wires, but they're insulated. Otherwise they can't intertwine. Usually they are coated with several coats of lacquer or enamel insulating varnish similar to nail polish.