HiTex

Chemical Cleanliness, Dielectric & Chemical Strength

General Description

Windsor Stevens Hitex is a dense, rigid material produced in multi-ply construction from unbleached Kraft pulp. Hitex has excellent dielectric and mechanical strengths, low water absorption and is free of conducting particles, chemical impurities and foreign matter. Its chemical cleanliness accounts for its excellent aging characteristics.

Hitex can be used in numerous coil, transformer, motor, electrical hardware and electronic applications where excellent dielectric and physical strengths are required. It is not advocated for use with dielectric liquids.

Hitex is available in sheets, strips, mill rolls and slit rolls in thicknesses from .007” to .062”. Above .062” available only in sheets and strips.

PHYSICAL, ELECTRICAL AND CHEMICAL PROPERTIES:

 Fiber Content  100% Unbleached Kraft Wood Pulp
 Ash Content (Max.)  .75%
 pH Water Extract  6.0 – 7.5
 Moisture Content  7.0% Avg.

 

 Standard Thickness, ± 7% Inches .007 .010 .015 .020 .025 .031
 Apparent Density, (Air Dry), ± 7% g/cc 1.00 1.00 1.05 1.05 1.05 1.05
 Weight, (Air Dry), ± 7% lbs./sq. ft. .038 .054 .082 .109 .136 .169
 Tensile Strength, (Avg.) MD lbs./In. 145 200 325 425 540 660
CMD lbs./In. 35 40 60 75 100 110
 Burst Strength, (Avg.) lbs./sq. in. 110 150 270 380 465 550
 Tear Strength, (Avg.) grams MD 180 225 450 615 830 950
CMD 290 425 740 900 1000 1000+
 Dielectric Strength, (Avg.) grams AC, 25˚C (Avg.) volts/mil 225 250 250 250 250 250

Click here to download the Hitex Spec Sheet.

Click here to download the Hitex SDS Sheet.

“Values shown are typical, are not guaranteed, nor to be used for specifications without approval.”

NOTICE: The above information and data are believed to be accurate and reliable. Windsor Stevens assumes no responsibility for end-use applications and no performance warranty is expressed or implied.