The difference between glass insulators and ceramic insulators

Release time:

2023-11-09

Glass insulators, toughened glass insulators (English name: Toughened glass bead), toughened glass insulator products are used for insulating and suspending conductors in high-voltage and ultra-high-voltage AC and DC transmission lines. In the early years, tempered glass insulators were mostly used on telephone poles. They gradually developed into high-voltage wire connection towers. Many disc-shaped insulators were hung on one end of the tower to increase the creepage distance. They were usually made of glass or ceramics and were called insulators. . Using glass insulators can eliminate the need for periodic preventive tests on insulators during operation. This is because any damage to the tempered glass will cause damage to the insulator, which can be easily discovered by operators when inspecting the line. When the insulator is damaged, the glass fragments near the steel cap and iron feet are stuck, and the mechanical strength of the remaining part of the insulator is enough to prevent the insulator string from breaking off. Using glass insulators is more convenient for line maintenance and inspection and saves labor, so glass insulators are widely used in power transmission lines.

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Glass insulators, toughened glass insulators (English name: Toughened glass bead), toughened glass insulator products are used for insulating and suspending conductors in high-voltage and ultra-high-voltage AC and DC transmission lines.

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