Porcelain Pin Insulators
We manufacture a wide range of low and high voltage pin type insulators designed for distribution systems, highly resistant to lightning puncture. Such as P-11-Y, P-15-Y, P-20-Y, P-33-Y, and PQ-36Y.
Pin insulators of one piece or Multipiece construction are widely used in low cost distribution lines. Multipiece construction makes these insulators less vulnerable to damage as with one shell broken a multi piece insulator can normally withstand the line voltage for a considerable time without difficulty.
14.5kv brown electric ceramic shackle insulator. Specification 1) porcelain shackle type insulator
BS standard butterfly insulator insulated porcelain bottles ED-2B ED-2B1, ED-2C
Ceramic insulator is also called porcelain vase. Disc ceramic insulators are designed as strings, usually two or more, providing higher voltage protection than any single insulator. Ceramic disc insulators are commonly used in high-voltage transmission towers, as shown in the figure below. Ceramics are by far the most commonly used insulating material, but there are also some glass styles. Ceramic disc insulators revolutionized the distribution industry, allowing for higher voltage protection -- there are several 1, 000 kv dc transmission lines that use suspended insulators.
Shackle insulator is widely used in the field of high-voltage transmission and distribution due to its wide variety, good quality, reasonable price and fashionable design.
Porcelain insulator belt bracket is used to change the Angle or direction of the conductor. The main types of porcelain insulator are ed-2b, ed-2b1, ed-2b2, etc.
- High anti-pollution performance
- Suitable for difficult maintenance areas
- Zero check is not required
Polymer pin insulator
We produce and supply high performance pin insulators for a variety of industrial applications. Single or multiple pin insulators are widely used in low cost distribution lines. The multi-chip design makes these insulators less vulnerable to damage. Because of a broken shell, multi-chip insulators can generally withstand line voltage for a long time without any difficulty.