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Applied Plastics Launches Coating Services for Electrical Insulation with Epoxy Coatings

Published on 2012-02-02. Author : SpecialChem

A motor stator stacking service that maintains precise lamination alignment and applies a consistent thin blue epoxy coating for electrical insulation is available from Applied Plastics Co., Inc. of Norwood, Massachusetts.

Applied Plastics' Stacking and Coating Service precisely holds lamination alignment to within ±0.0005" and includes deburring and the application of blue epoxy coating from 0.002" to 0.005" thick in one pass. Ideally suited for laminations from 3/8" to 8" O.D., the finished parts can be wound tighter and their smoothness helps prevent wire cuts and shorts.

Especially developed for motors, stators, and gyroscopes, Applied Plastics' Stacking and Coating Service produces parts with electrical resistance up to 1,000 V/mil. Typical metal laminations, bobbins, and end caps can be made from Arnon 7 high carbon steel or Magnesil and the coatings offered include epoxy, PTFE Teflon®, Heresite®, and nylon.

About Applied Plastics

Applied Plastics solves coating problems working closely with customers' staff to determine what finishing needs to be achieved. They select the proper coating and manufacturing methods to optimize product performance and reduce costs. Most importantly, if a standard coating doesn't exist, they have the expertise and experience necessary to custom formulate the coating solution. They coat parts to meet the most stringent aerospace, commercial, FDA, medical, and military specifications. As one of the a select group of licensed DuPont Teflon® industrial applicators, with over 50 years of time-tested knowledge and experience, they are extremely well qualified to provide you with a full range of innovative coating solutions.

Source: Applied Plastics

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