|Place of Origin:||China|
|Minimum Order Quantity:||1pcs|
|Payment Terms:||Western Union, MoneyGram, L/C, T/T|
|Application:||Low Voltage||Tensile Strength:||18N.m|
|Color:||Material In Capability With Customer Need||Product Name:||Busbar Insulator|
|Insert:||Brass.Steel With Zn Coating||Operating Temperature:||-40℃~+140℃|
|Size:||C25-C70||Screw:||M6 M8 M10,M12,1/4'',3/8''|
|Usage:||Low Voltage||Packing:||10Pcs + Inner Box + Label + Export Carton|
Design Flexibility – Thermoset Composites give designers nearly unlimited flexibility in designing shapes and forms. They be molded into the most intricate components and can be made a wide range of densities and chemical formulations to have precise performance properties.
Low cost per cubic inch – When comparing costs based on volume, thermoset composites have lower material costs than traditional materials such as wood, engineered thermoplastics and metals. In addition, because thermoset composites have a low petroleum-based content, they are not subjected to the price fluctuations experienced in petroleum-based products.
Lower material costs – Because thermoset composites can be precisely molded, there is little waste and therefore significantly lower overall material costs than metals products.
Improved productivity – Industrial Designers and Engineers are able to reduce assembly costs by combining several previously assembles parts into a single component. Also, inserts can be molded directly into the part during the molding process thereby eliminating the need for a post-process. In addition, composites do not usually require additional machining, thereby reducing work-in-process and time to market.