Re: Mylar Interlayer Insulation
Try to contact some trans. cie and ask them, you have a big project ( 50 plus
pound of magnet wire ) if I was in your shoes and something bad happen to my
trans. I think I'll cry .For what I know on POWER trans. cie use paper or
but teflon is so higher in cost.
Tesla List wrote:
> Original Poster: RMaxwell59344645-at-aol-dot-com
> In a message dated 5/5/00 10:08:44 PM Central Daylight Time, tesla-at-pupman-dot-com
> << Original Poster: "Luc" <ludev-at-videotron.ca>
> The problem I see with mylar is that stuff is not really resistant to heat
> and get deform when heated.
> Luc Benard(Montreal)
> Some of the information I have about Mylar is that it will withstand 300
> degrees F. It is unaffected by most oils, and solvents. Also it will not
> become brittle with age. Since I am only going to use this transformer in
> short runs to power Tesla coils, overheating should not be a problem. It will
> take a long time for 50 plus pounds of magnet wire to reach a high enough
> temprature to cause damage to the insulation.(maybe a dead short across the
> output terminals would do the trick though).
> Frankensteins Helper