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FXB Long Rod Suspension Composite Insulator Polymer Insulator

FXB Long Rod Suspension Composite Insulator Polymer Insulator

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FXB Long Rod Suspension Composite Insulator Polymer Insulator


General Introduction

Insulator is the most widely used basic components in high voltage transmission and distribution power system, it is use for isolation of live part. Composite insulator is use epoxy rod and rubber sheds external insulation polymer composite insulators. Compare with traditional ceramic and glass insulators, it is more lighter(only about 1/4 to 1/8 of traditional insulator), higher strength(10 times higher than high-strength porcelain insulator), less clearing(anti-water). And it also overcome the short life problem of conventional polymer materials, the life will be several decades. It is the new product in power system.

This product is suitable for AC 220KV and below generation, transmission, substation and distribution system for the insulation of live parts. The product be naming base on JB/T9683-1999《Insulator product model Formulate》, product configuration parameters meet JB/T5892-1991《The technical conditions of Organic Composite Insulators for High Voltage Power Network》and JB/T8737-1998《Use of Composite Insulators for High Voltage Transmission Line Guide》.

Working Conditions

1. Ambient Temperature: -40℃ to +40℃

2. Altitude: do not exceed 1000m; (1000m and above can be amend base on GB311.1-1997)

3. Frequency: do not exceed 100Hz

4. Mechanical Load: do not exceed the rated value of each product


Technical Specification

Code No Rated Voltage (KV) Specified Mechanical Load(KN) Section Length L(mm) Min Arc Distance L1(mm) Leakage Distance (mm) Lightning Impulse Withstand BIL(KV) Power Frequence Withstand(wet) (KV)
FXB-12 12-15 70/100 380 169 440 95 45
FXB-24 24-28 70/100 475 261 690 185 95
FXB-35 33-38 70/100 563 353 900 230 105

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