Vulcanized Fiber Tubes or Vulcanised Fibre Tubes or Arc Extinguishing Tubes complex tubing of epoxy resin fiberglass & Vulcanized Fiber or Tubes FORBON Combination, complex tubing of vulcanized fibre epoxy resin fiberglass (silk or cloth)/fuse tubes arc-quenching/Vulcanized fibre tube wrapped with fibre glass
a glass fabric base rolled tube bonded with an epoxy resin.
except it is produced in smaller inside diameters and thinner
walls. This grade has heat resistant . It possesses low water
absorption, and exhibits excellent electrical and dimensional
characteristics when exposed to high humidity conditionsrecommended
for applications requiring outstanding mechanical properties
at elevated temperatures, and applications
requiring good insulation resistance, arc resistance, and
dielectric strength. Recommended for its dimensional stability
under varying humidity conditionCoil forms and bobbins for
high frequency telecommunications, high temperature insulators
in welding nozzles, and electrical insulators in high temperature
|Vulcanzied textile epoxy-glass compound
Hollow bushing of Vulcanzied textile epoxy-glass
filament wound tube made from continuous E glass filaments used
in a form of roving, and saturated with an epoxy resin. The
angle of wind can be varied to suit the application and strength
requirements. This material is recommended for applications
requiring high mechanical strength and good electrical resistance.
Typical uses :include high voltage
insulators, fuse tubes, reverse osmosis shells, and rocket casings.high
amperage fuse tubes where arc resistance
|a unique Filamite tube which uses a combination of insulating
materials. A core of Vulcanized Fibre is overwrapped, by filament
winding, with a fiberglass-epoxy shell. The angle of wind is
optimized to provide a finished tube with good tensile and burst
strength. Used widely for electrical fuses, where the quenching
and insulating properties of the FORBON ? core and high strength
of the G-12-3737 are important.
Commonly used in ¡°cut-out¡± fuses.
Arc-extinction vulcanized fibre
It is similar in characteristics and general properties to sheet
fibre. Tubes are manufactured by winding chemically treated
paper on mandrels to the desired wall thickness. They are then
pured, dried, rolled, ground and sanded. This manufacturing
process gives fibre tube a slightly higher density than sheet
Vulcanized fibre tubes have
good mechanical and dielectric strength, arc resistance, arc
quenching characteris-tics, and excellent machining, forming
and spinning qualities.
Fuse cartridges, plugs, insulators, liners,
grommets, and bushings.
Grey, black, red, white,Yellow,Green etc..
Approximately 2' long for inside diameters up to 3/8". Approximately
4' long for inside diameters over 3/8".
Note:Specification and length can
according to customer's need to produces
||Wall thickness (in.)