IEC 62011-1:2002 

Insulating materials - Industrial, rigid, moulded, laminated tubes and rods of rectangular and hexagonal cross-section based on thermosetting resins for electrical purposes - Part 1: Definitions, designations and general requirements

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Contains the definitions and designations related to, and the general requirements to be fulfilled by, industrial, rigid, moulded, laminated tubes of rectangular cross-section and rods of rectangular and hexagonal cross-section. The moulded sections are manufactured using either phenolic or epoxy resins as the binder and using the following reinforcements: cellulosic paper, cotton cloth or glass cloth. This standard covers both rods and tubes of natural colour and those containing colouring matter or other additives. Materials which conform to this standard meet established levels of performance. However, the selection of a material by a user for a specific application should be based on the actual requirements necessary for adequate performance in that application and not based on this standard alone.

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Publication typeInternational Standard
Publication date2002-05-23
Edition1.0
Available language(s)English/French, Spanish
TC/SCTC 15 - Solid electrical insulating materialsrss
ICS29.035.20 - Plastics and rubber insulating materials
Stability date  2021
Pages19
File size342 KB

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