The act of insulating, or the state of being insulated; detachment from other objects; isolation.
The act of separating a body from others by nonconductors, so as to prevent the transfer of electricity or of heat; also, the state of a body so separated.
The material or substance used to insulate from either electrical or thermal conduction; as, fiberglass is used as thermal insulation in the walls and roofs of houses.
A material used to help maintain a certain temperature in a building by reducing the flow of heat from and to the building.
(100gms, 80gms, 60gms) Bonded polyester fiber fill yarns for added warmth. These insulating fibers are quilted to taffeta fabrics for a quality finish.
That which maintains warmth; the action of a garment in maintaining user warmth.
a barrier of dead air space to reduce change in temperature
Properly insulated transformers can withstand severe environmental conditions and remain in service for many years. The temperature of operation and the dielectric withstanding voltage (hipot) will determine the type and amount of insulation needed.
In motors, classified by maximum allowable operating temperature. NEMA classifications include: Class A = 105°C, Class B = 130°C, Class F = 155°C and Class H = 180°C.