RE: A source for Glyptal?
Patti & Rodney:
The most common source for red glyptal varnish in the electric motor
P.D. George Co.
5200-T North Second
St. Louis, MO 63147
They are the current owners of a company that was known as Dolph's, who
manufactured a product that I "think" was referenced as EP-43, red glyptal
varnish. Since I'm at home I don't have all my catalog's available, I'm not
sure, but simply call them and ask for a distributor in your area. As a bit
of information, even when buying it in bulk, the cost was almost $22.00 per
gallon in quantities of 150 gallons and up. A one gallon purchase could be
similar to a mortgage payment!
You might also want to consider a clear overcoat for your secondary such as
Behr Super Build 50.
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Sent: Friday, December 18, 1998 11:14 PM
Subject: A source for Glyptal?
Original Poster: Patti Stapivic <pstapivic-at-yahoo-dot-com>
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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