Pin Hole Diameter - Inchs
Dry Arcing Distance
Typical Voltage Class
Low frequency flashover
Impluse flashover voltageÂ
Low frequency puncture voltage
Radio influence voltage
Â Test voltage to ground
Â Max. RIV at 1000kHz
NJREC manufacturers three classes of pin type insulators. Low voltage pin types are manufactured and tested to the requirements of ANSI Standard C29.5, high voltage pin types to ANSI Standard C29.6, and special designs for use in areas of high contamination.
Glaze Color: Brown, Sky Gray, White, with Chocolate
Under standard Â ANSI C29.5, ANSI C29.6, Â IEC60383, BS137
ANSI 55-1 / ANSI 55-2 / ANSI 55-3 / ANSI 55-4 / ANSI 55-5
ANSI 56-1 / ANSI 56-2 / ANSI 56-3 / ANSI 56-4 / ANSI 56-5
P-11-Y / P-15-Y / P-22-Y / P-33-YÂ
Q1. What's the payment term ?Â Â
A. T/T and L/C is acceptable and TT will be more appreciated. 30% deposit, 70% balance against B/L copy.
Â Â Â Â Or 100% irrevocable LC at sight.Â
Q2. How to buy your ideal products?
A. You can provide us with your drawings with specifications, we will produce as per your drawing.
Â Â Â Â Â Or we can design as your requirements if you do not have aÂ clear plan.
Q3. What is your Packing/Package ?
A. Standard export packing or Customized packing as your request.
Q4. Would you accept to use our logo ?
A.Â Â OEM/ODM can be acceptable.
Q5. What kind of certificate you have ?
A. Our company already achieve ISO9001 certificates and we have test reports.
Q6. What else can IÂ do for you?
A. Our salesmen will reply your inquiry within 24 hours. We can give you any support on the technique
Â Â Â Â & other aspects.Â
Nanjing Rainbow Electric Co., Ltd
Add:No.396 Heyan Road, Nanjing, Jiangsu ChinaÂ
Tel:Â Â +86-025-86705902
Post:Â Â 210028
Model NO.: ANSI 55-Series
Certification: CE, ISO9001
Pin Hole Diameter: 1inchs
Neck Type: C
Creepage Distance: 4ln.
ANSI Type: 55-2
Insulator Type: Plain, Radio Freed
HS Code: 85462090Porcelain pin type insulator is mounted on a pin on the cross-arm on the pole. There is a groove on the upper end of the insulator. The conductor passes through this groove and is tied to the insulator with annealed wire of the same material as the conductor. Pin type insulators are used for transmission and distribution of electric power at voltages up to 33 kV. Beyond operating voltage of 33 kV, the pin type insulators become too bulky and hence uneconomical.