Composite insulators, also known as synthetic insulators, are composed of at least two parts: a glass fiber resin core rod and an organic material sheath with an umbrella skirt, along with end fittings (hardware). They are characterized by their small size, light weight, high tensile strength, and excellent resistance to pollution and flashover. Composite insulators are the primary components of overhead transmission lines, with the main functions being to support the conductors and prevent current from flowing to the ground.
Innovative and reliable design methods and advanced manufacturing technology.
Best-in-class composite materials and high quality components.
Rigorous production quality control plan and strict testing of products.
Fast delivery cycle and rapid after-sales service.
Eliminates or reduces maintenance, more economical life cycle cost.
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