SRBP (Synthetic Resin Bonded Paper)

Paper Based laminates are predominantly used and converted for the Electrical Electronics industry, SRBP is a composite material made of paper which is impregnated with a plasticized phenol formaldehyde resin.SRBP Paper laminates

SRBP (Synthetic Resin Bonded Paper) is available in a variety of grades, from Commercial to High Specification Grades in rod, sheet and tube.

It has good/Excellent electrical strength which remains the case whilst in air or immersed in Oil.

Additives can be used to change the materials characteristics i.e. to make it flame retardant or static dissipative.

Various other materials such as Rubber or P.T.F.E. can also be bonded or laminated to the SRBP to improve durability or to lower the coefficient of friction.

Mechanical Properties

Mechanical properties of SRBP are good and include low water absorption and high insulation resistance (Di-electric strength)

Typical uses for Synthetic Resin Bonded Paper include;

  •          Busbar supports
  •          Insulating sleeves, bushes and spacers
  •          High voltage insulation
  •          Terminal boards
  •          Coil formers
  •          Mechanical uses
  •          Non-Hygroscopic

 

Quality of SRBP

The quality of the products and services provided from SRBP is controlled by our Quality Management System which is certified to ISO 9001.

Help with SRBP

If you would like to speak to a representative to discuss your specific application or requirements please call our sales office direct on 01384 469100, alternatively you can send an E-mail. Simply click on the link and forward us your details along with your question and we will contact you immediately.

Electrical Insulation / SRBP Specification Sheets

Advanced Seals and Gaskets Ltd

Tel: 01384 252555

Email: sales@advancedseals.co.uk

ISO 9001

The information presented is based on the present level of knowledge and experience.

All information and recommendations contained in this publication are to the best of our knowledge. Since the conditions of use are beyond our control, users must satisfy themselves that products are suitable for the intended processes and applications.