RAGTEX

Ideal For Barrier Insulation, Electrical Applications

General Description

Windsor Stevens Ragtex is a dense, rigid material produced in multi-ply construction from a blend of unbleached Kraft pulp and cotton rag fibers. Ragtex is free of conducting particles, chemical impurities and foreign matter. Ragtex has excellent dielectric and mechanical strength with excellent formability.

Windsor Stevens Ragtex can be used in transformer insulation, barrier insulation, appliances, electrical hardware, gaskets and slot insulation.

PHYSICAL, ELECTRICAL AND CHEMICAL PROPERTIES:

 Fiber Content  50% Kraft Pulp
 Cotton Rag Fiber  50% Cotton Rag Fibers
 Ash Content (Max.)  .75%
 pH Water Extract  6.0 – 7.5
 Moisture Content  7.0% Avg.

 

 Standard Thickness, ± 7% Inches .005 .007 .010 .015 .020 .031
 Apparent Density, (Air Dry) ± 7% g/cc 1.05 1.05 1.05 1.05 1.05 1.05
 Weight, (Air Dry) ± 7% lbs./sq. ft. .028 .038  .054 .082 .109 .169
 Tensile Strength, (Avg.) MD lbs./.in. 75 135  195 340 500 700
CMD 20 25 50 75 85 140
 Burst Strength, (Avg.) lbs./sq. in. 90 120 185 320 440 580
 Tear Strength, (Avg.) grams MD 150 180 270 475 650 1000
CMD 240 300 450 800 975 1200
 Dielectic Strength, Air, AC, 25˚C (Avg.) ± 7% volts/mil 275 275 275 275 275 275

Click here to download the Ragtex Spec Sheet.

Click here to download the Ragtex 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.