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Elantas PDG EPO7001-65 Epoxylite® Insul-Spray™ Air-Drying Insulating Enamel, 12.50 oz, Red

ID: EPO7001-65 Mfr ID: EPO7001-65
Manufactured by: ELANTAS PDG, Inc.
Epoxylite® INSUL-Spray™ 7001-55 Green - A green, glossy, epoxy ester insulating resin that does not require a catalyst and provides outstanding chemical resistance properties. This resin cures to a hard, glossy, flexible film providing good adhesion and high dielectrics.
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  • Brand name :  Elantas Pdg
  • Trade Name :  Epoxylite® Insul-Spray™
  • Series :  Epoxylite® Insul-Spray™ EPO7001-65
  • Item Name :  Insulating Enamel
  • Short Desc :  INSULATION SPRAY,EPOXY,RED 12.50-OZ CN
  • UPC :  119517
  • UNSPSC :  13110000

Epoxylite® Insul-Spray™ 7001 is a line of solvent-borne, air-drying, modified epoxy enamels.

Performance Details
Full Cure Time 8 - 24 hr at 25 deg C/77 deg F 
Design & Construction
Color Red 
General Features
Shelf Life 12 Months 
Type Air-Drying 
Electrical Properties
Dielectric Strength 1000  V/Mil
Physical Properties
Container Size 12.5  oz
Container Type Aerosol Can 
Odor/Scent Ether-Like 

Elantas PDG EPO7001-65 Epoxylite® Insul-Spray™ Air-Drying Insulating Enamel, 12.50 oz, Red Brochure 

Features :

  • High dielectric strength
  • Glossy finish
  • Tough, flexible film
  • Excellent adhesion
  • Resistant to moisture, acids, alkalis and chemicals
  • Suitable for class 155 service
  • Store below 25 deg C / 77 deg F in a dry controlled environment out of direct sunlight
  • 1.0 - 1.5 Mil recommended dry film thickness
  • 70 minimum gloss
  • Spray application method
  • Secondary insulation
  • Dielectric Strength: >1000 V/Mil
  • Density: 0.8 g/cm3 (20 deg C (68 deg F)) (1.013 hPa)
  • Flash Point: -18 deg C

Applications :

  • Exterior Coating for Electrical Windings Requiring Additional Protection from Moisture and Corrosive Environments