LISKUN-Mica is a mineral that offers a wide range of exceptional properties. For about fifty years, Mica has been involved in processing mica into industrial material, without changing it’s valuable natural characteristics.
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Natural mica has exceptional physical characteristics. It can be found throughout the world, most notably in the presence of Paleozoic rocks. Accessible deposits are located primarily in India, on the American continent, in southern Africa and in Russia.
Mica’s chemical composition places it in the aluminium silicates group. Two types are extracted – Muscovite, in which there is a predominance of potassium and Phlogopite, in which the presence of magnesium can be detected.
As a mineral, mica has a special characteristic – it can be cleft to obtain very thin flakes of constant thickness.
Mica can withstand temperature in excess of 1000°C/1830°F (Phlogopite), it is flame-retardant, non-flammable, does not give off fumes, and conducts very little heat, especially perpendicular to its strata.
Natural mica has a dielectric strength greater than 25kV/mm (625V/mil), has good resistance to arcing and electrical erosion, and is permeable to microwaves.
Mica is tolerant of water and most chemical agents, such as solvents, acids, bases and mineral oils.
has good compressive strength. It behaves well in the presence of tensile and bending stresses. It has a high modulus of elasticity.
MAIN TECHNICAL CHARACTERSTICS
|Characteristics||Test Method||MICA HEATER PLATE|
|Mica Content||IEC 371-2||> 90 %|
|Silicone Content||IEC 371-2||< 10 %|
|Thickness Tolerance, mm||Average||IEC 371-2||+/- 5%|
|Standard Size (mm)||IEC 371-2||1000 x 1000, 1000 x 1200,
1000 x 2400
|Density (gm/cm3)||IEC 371-2||2,0~2.20||2,0~2.20|
|Flexural strength (N/mm2)||ISO 178||≥200||≥210|
|Dielectric strength (KV/mm) at 23°C||IEC 243||>20||>25|
|Insulation resistance (M-ohm) at 23°C||IEC 93||200 ~ 600||100 ~ 600|
|Resistance to temperature||continuous||1000ºC||1100ºC|
|Weight Loss @ 550°C for 4 Hrs||IEC371-2||<1%|
|Water Absorption after 24 hrs||ISO 62||<0,5%|
Mica paper tube is a hard pipe insulating material prepared by using mica paper with silicon binder
electric motor, electric appliances and resistors.
with wrapped on SS threaded rods
MAIN TECHNICAL CHARACTERSTICS
|Thickness Tolerance||OD||+/- 0.20 mm|
|ID||+/- 0.10 mm|
|Standard Length||1 Meter|
|Wall Thickness||Min. 0.5 mm
Max. 13 mm
|Electric Strength||Parallel to laminate (In oil at 90°C)
22 KV/mm Min.
26 KV/mm Avg.
|Electric strength||Normal to laminate (In oil at 90°C)
10 MV/m Min.
12 KV/m Avg.
|Insulation resistance||After 24 hours in water 1 mega-ohm Min.|
|Temperature classification||500°C ~ 550°C||650°C ~ 700°C|
|Water Absorption||1.6 mg/cm2 Avg
2.0 mg/cm2 Max