CeQUIN® I is IPT’s highest inorganic-content paper; comprised primarily of glass fibers and microfibers, inorganic fillers, and less than 10% organic binder, CeQUIN I is capable of long-term performance at operating temperatures up to 250°C. CeQUIN I is a highly flexible paper available in continuous roll stock in thicknesses ranging from 5 mil (.13mm) to 30 mil (.76mm). CeQUIN I The high inorganic content of CeQUIN I provides the excellent thermal and dielectric stability that is required for today’s high performance designs. CeQUIN I electrical insulation papers will outperform competitive organic materials that cost substantially more. CeQUIN II CeQUIN II is a two-layer composite of CeQUIN I designed to provide thicker roll stock for barrier, end filler, and core wrap insulation applications. CeQUIN II exhibits enhanced physical and dielectric properties; it is available in thicknesses ranging from 30 mil (.76mm) to 60 mil (1.52mm).
Operating Temparature: 220
Thickness: 5Mil to 60Mil
Dielectric breakdown: 9.2kVEnquire Now
1) UL® & CSA CERTIFICATION
• UL systems recognition through Class 220(R).
• CSA Component Acceptance: Temperature Class 220.
2) DIELECTRIC PERFORMANCE
CeQUIN® papers retain a high percentage of dielectric strength
even after extended exposure to high operating temperatures.
CeQUIN will also exhibit greater voltage endurance under continuous
electrical stress than many other electrical insulation materials.
3) THERMAL CONDUCTIVITY
The high thermal conductivity of CeQUIN papers helps achieve the
heat dissipation required in today’s high efficiency electrical apparatus
allowing the design of smaller, more cost effective equipment.
4) VARNISH ABSORPTION
The good varnish absorption characteristics of CeQUIN can
enhance its already high thermal conductivity allowing equipment
to run cooler, quieter, and last longer.
5) LOW MOISTURE ABSORPTION
Manufactured with less than 1% moisture content, CeQUIN papers
exhibit low moisture absorption even in humid environments, thereby
reducing the need for extended drying cycles.