• How to detect pinholes in enameled copper wire?

    How to detect pinholes in enameled copper wire?

    The best quality copper wire needs to have uniform electrical strength at all times. However, some points of insufficient electrical strength and capacity may remain in the wire. These spots are called "pinholes". In other words, a "pinhole" is a discontinuity in the enamel coating/covering of a cop... read more

    Jun 24,2022 Industry News
  • What is the magnet wire used for?

    What is the magnet wire used for?

    Magnet wire is an insulated copper or aluminum conductor used to wrap around motors, transformers, generators, and any other electrical equipment that converts electrical energy into mechanical energy. The insulating layer can be a varnish (enamel) film or some type of cover layer such as polyester ... read more

    Jul 01,2022 Industry News
  • Safety and History of Copper Clad Aluminum Wire

    Safety and History of Copper Clad Aluminum Wire

    Copper-clad aluminum wire is made of solid aluminum core wrapped with copper skin to improve its performance in the field. The copper-clad aluminum wire consists of a solid aluminum core covered with a thin copper cladding. About 10% of the conductor cross-sectional area is copper clad, and the thic... read more

    Jul 08,2022 Industry News
  • The difference between enameled wire and copper wire

    The difference between enameled wire and copper wire

    Enameled copper wire offers many advantages to appliances. Enamelled aluminum wire, also known as enameled wire, basically refers to aluminum or copper wire that has been coated. This thin insulating layer makes it useful for making transformers, motors, inductors, hard drives, speakers, electromagn... read more

    Jul 15,2022 Industry News