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Insulators are materials which resist the flow of electrical current
  
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== Subcategories ==
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*'''[[:Category:Cable insulation|Cable insulation]]''' - the insulation material the surrounds cable or wire strands. Once largely rubber and now largely polyethylene
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*'''[[:Category:Ceramics|Ceramics]]''' - organic, non-metallic solids prepared by heat and resistant to electricity. Ceramic fiber used for insulation is a kind of aluminum silicate fiber
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*'''[[:Category:Gas insulation|Gas insulation]]''' - or a dielectric gas, a dielectric material in a gaseous state. The most common dielectric gas is air.
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*'''[[:Category:Insulators|Insulators]]''' - any substance that resists the flow of electric current
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*'''[[:Category:Isolation technology|Isolation technology]]''' - technology that aims to isolate two or more electrical circuits
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*'''[[:Category:Oil insulation|Oil insulation]]''' - also known as transformer oil, a highly refined mineral oil that is stable at high temperatures
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*'''[[:Category:Plastic insulation|Plastic insulation]]''' - insulation using plastic materials
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Revision as of 18:25, 23 November 2011

Insulators are materials which resist the flow of electrical current

Subcategories

  • Cable insulation - the insulation material the surrounds cable or wire strands. Once largely rubber and now largely polyethylene
  • Ceramics - organic, non-metallic solids prepared by heat and resistant to electricity. Ceramic fiber used for insulation is a kind of aluminum silicate fiber
  • Gas insulation - or a dielectric gas, a dielectric material in a gaseous state. The most common dielectric gas is air.
  • Insulators - any substance that resists the flow of electric current
  • Isolation technology - technology that aims to isolate two or more electrical circuits
  • Oil insulation - also known as transformer oil, a highly refined mineral oil that is stable at high temperatures
  • Plastic insulation - insulation using plastic materials

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