155 magnet wire / winding wire is an excellent choice for fine wire applications requiring a Class 155 insulation with soldering capabilities. The product's unique solder stripping properties along with the addition of the nylon topcoat enables SODERON® 155 to be an ideal choice for most winding applications and requirements. The film lends itself to the precise process control required in manufacturing many electrical / electronic devices.
As with all solderable magnet wire, care must be exercised in the application of SODERON® 155 magnet wire / winding wire since this material does not exhibit overload resistance properties like most nonsolderable Classes 105, 130 and 155.
SODERON® 155 is recommended but not limited to the following applications:
- Appliance motors
- Automotive coils
- Bobbin wound and paper section coils
- Molded and encapsulated coils Relays
- Small motors, armature and fields
- Solenoids Timers and clock coils
- Toroidal coils
- THERMAL CLASSIFICATION
SODERON® 155 magnet wire is a UL Listed Class 155 material when measured in accordance with the ASTM D2307 test method.
- THERMOPLASTIC FLOW
Thermoplastic flow (cut-thru) temperature of SODERON® 155 magnet wire is in the 237°C range; well above maximum process conditions found in molded coil work, trickle impregnation processes and standard
preheat varnish cycles specified for normal Class 155 systems.
SODERON® 155 magnet wire has excellent soldering properties without the excessive buildup of enamel residue associated with other solderable type resin coatings.
Flexibility and adhesion properties of the SODERON® 155 magnet wire film, because of its tough nylon topcoat, exceeds most winding applications and requirements.
SODERON® 155 magnet wire insulation exhibits high dielectric strength.
The solvent resistant properties of SODERON® 155 are suitable for most classes 105, 130 and 155 varnishes, encapsulants, and treating resins.