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Old 06-09-2012, 08:54 AM
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Originally Posted by kyleservicetech View Post
Those varnish coatings that can be soldered may not work very well in electric motor windings. Would hate to see the motor run a little bit to hot, and have all the varnish of the windings melt away

Before retiring, we used "Double Formvar" varnish coated magnet wire. This wire is rated for pretty high temperatures. That stuff was really hard to get off the copper wire. About all that worked very well was those commercial duty $1500 wire strippers.
I think that is the coating that we get today on the better quality magnet wire. The stuff I have definitely says something about being double coated; probably explains why it's such a pain to remove.
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