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DuPont Nomex® 410 Insulation Paper, 30 Mil x 0.58"

ID: RKMNMX41030X.580 Mfr ID: RKMNMX41030X.580
Manufactured by: DuPont Nomex
DuPont™ Nomex® paper Type 410 is an insulation paper which offers high inherent dielectric strength, mechanical toughness, flexibility and resilience. Nomex® paper Type 410 is the original form of Nomex® paper, and is widely used in a majority of electrical equipment applications. Available in 11 thicknesses (0.05 to 0.76 mm) (2 to 30 Mil) Nomex® paper Type 410 is used in almost every known electrical sheet insulation application.

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  • Brand name :  DuPont
  • Trade Name :  Nomex® 410
  • Series :  Nomex® 410-RKM
  • Item Name :  Insulation Paper
  • Short Desc :  NOMEX 410 .030 .580" RELIANCE KIT
  • UNSPSC :  30141500

Nomex® 410 is used in almost every known sheet insulation application. This high-density product has high inherent dielectric strength, mechanical toughness, flexibility and resilience. It is produced in thicknesses ranging from 0.05 mm (2 mil) to 0.76 mm (30 mil), with specific gravities ranging from 0.7 to 1.2.

Performance Details
Elongation 18% (MD), 14% (CD) 
Flame Retardant Yes 
Tensile Strength 816  N/cm
Thermal Conductivity 175  mW/mK
Design & Construction
Insulation Type Class R 
General Features
Net Weight 839 g/sq-m 
Environmental Condition
Temperature Rating 220  deg C
Electrical Properties
Dielectric Strength 680  V/Mil
Physical Properties
Density 1.08  g/cc
Length 0.58  Inch
Thickness 30  Mil

DuPont Nomex® 410 Insulation Paper, 30 Mil x 0.58" Brochure 

Features :

  • Exceptional thermal stability - temperatures up to 200 deg C have little or no effect on the electrical and mechanical properties of Nomex® and useful values are retained at considerably higher temperatures, What's more, these useful properties are maintained for at least 10 years of continuous exposure at 220 deg C
  • Outstanding mechanical toughness - densified Nomex® products are strong and resilient with good resistance to tearing and abrasion, thinner grades are also flexible
  • Inherent dielectric strength in densified form, Nomex® withstands short-term electrical stresses of 18 kV/mm (457 mil) to 40 kV/mm (1015 mil), depending on product type and thickness, with no need for further treatment with varnishes or resins
  • Broad chemical compatibility - Nomex® is essentially unaffected by most solvents and is unusually resistant to attacks by acids and alkalis. It is compatible with all classes of varnishes and adhesives, transformer fluids, lubricating oils and refrigerants
  • Excellent flame resistance - Nomex® products do not melt and, with a limiting oxygen index (LOI) at 220 deg C above 20.8 (the critical value for combustion in normal air), they do not support combustion
  • 233 N (machine direction of paper), 193 N (cross direction of paper) initial tear strength
  • 0.0% (machine direction of paper), 0.0% (cross direction of paper) shrinkage at 300 deg C
  • 3.7 at 60 Hz dielectric constant
  • 7 at 60 Hz (x 10^-3) dissipation factor
  • 1250 V/Mil full wave impulse
  • 54.1# (machine direction), 43# (cross machine direction) tear resistance
  • Tensile Strength: 816 N/cm (MD), 592 N/cm (CD)

Applications :

  • Large Power, Medium Voltage and High Voltage (>1.2 kV), Medium Voltage, General Purpose (>1.2 kV), Medium Voltage, Substation (>1.2 kV), Low Voltage, General Purpose/Specialty (<1.2 kV), HVT/Microwave Power, UPS/Data Center/Converter, Lighting Ballast, Traction, Welding, Mining, Power Conversion