Re: A source for Glyptal? & secondary coating
I just finished winding a 6" coil and coated it with a clear two-part
polymer coating named: EnviroTex Lite - pour-on high gloss finish".
Seems to be available in most hardware stores, or from the company:
Environmental Technology, Inc., PO box 365, Fields Landing, CA 95537,
(707)443-9323. It is sold as a coating for tables, bar tops, or
decoupage. It is crystal clear, self-leveling, and my coil looks and
feels like it is wrapped in a thin sheet of glass. I just kept the
coil spinning in my motorized winder and brushed in on - letting the
winder run for a few hours after the coating was applied.
Tesla List wrote:
> Original Poster: Patti Stapivic <pstapivic-at-yahoo-dot-com>
> Hi listers,
> Just a quick question: Does anyone have sources for Glyptal? The
> paint used for covering motor windings? I plan to use this on our
> next coil. Any other recommendations would be helpful.
> Rodney & Patti Stapivic
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