Spiral-wound tubes and caps as electrical insulationMüller Ahlhorn
Films can be used for a wide range of applications. Dr. Dietrich Müller GmbH winds insulating sleeves from the offered flexible electrical insulation materials polyimide film, Mylar and Nomex.
Flexible electrical insulation materials can be used for a variety of applications. Dr. Dietrich Müller GmbH winds insulating sleeves from the flexible electrical insulation materials polyimide film, Mylar and Nomex.
These films are also processed as a laminate, so that two- or three-layer caps and sleeves are then produced.
4 different types of spiral wound insulation tubes
These spiral-wound insulating sleeves are offered in various designs:
The four different versions are the shrinking, single-sided closed insulation cap, the non-shrinking, single-sided closed insulation cap, the shrinking, open insulation tube and the non-shrinking, open insulation tube.
Caps, sleeves and tubes can also be manufactured from the other technical films offered. In particular, already closed caps made of thermally conductive polyimide film have been realized.
Dr. Dietrich Müller GmbH also manufactures insulating sleeves made of Tecfilm PEI TC 00421 in black. Sleeves made of Tecfilm PEI TC 00421 were produced for optical purposes in cameras.
Spiral wound tubes made of battery separator films
Dr. Dietrich Müller GmbH also produces spiral wound sleeves from various battery separator films.
Applications of the insulating sleeves
The spiral wound films are generally used for the electrical insulation of wire connections and of thermal sensors in electric motors, generators and transformers. In most cases, the insulating sleeves protect the internal wire connection from mechanical stress. Another function is electrical insulation.