Beijing Red Sun Composite Material Co., Ltd.

Glass Fabric Laminate, Bmi, Modified Bmi manufacturer / supplier in China, offering Modified BMI Glass Fabric Laminate, 6640 (NMN) Polyaramid Fiber Paper Flexible Laminates, Materials and Molding Product SMC BMC/DMC and so on.

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Modified BMI Glass Fabric Laminate

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Min. Order: 1 Ton
Production Capacity: 50000pieces/Year
Transport Package: Cartoon & Pallet
Payment Terms: T/T, Paypal

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Basic Info.

Application:Electrical Base, Shell
Trademark:Redsun
Origin:China

Product Description

Temperature classification is H. High heat resistance and bonding strength as well as excellent electrical and mechanical properties. Used as the structural parts of insulating slot and wedge for Class H pulling motors and huge generators.
Nominal thickness
mm
Tolerance
mm
   Nominal thickness
mm
Tolerance
mm
0.2± 0.075.0± 0.48
0.3± 0.075.5± 0.48
0.4-6.0± 0.58
0.5± 0.146.5± 0.58
0.6-8.0± 0.68
0.8± 0.1410.0± 0.80
1.0± 0.2212.0± 1.00
1.2± 0.2214.0± 1.00
1.5± 0.2216.0± 1.30
1.6-20.0± 1.30
1.8± 0.2825.0± 1.50
2.0± 0.2830.0± 1.50
2.5± 0.3335.0± 2.00
3.0± 0.3340.0± 2.00
3.5± 0.3345.0-
4.0± 0.3850.0± 2.50
4.5± 0.38  
Note: 1. The other tolerances are negotiated by customer and supplier.
2. The tolerance of preferred thickness should adopt the bigger one if the one of
preferred thickness for nominal thickness is not listed in the table.
3. Normal dimension: 960± 15mm× 1460± 15mm, 960± 15mm× 1960± 15mm
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