Enameled wires are classified according to their purposes: ordinary wires, heat-resistant enameled wires, and enameled wires for special purposes.
Specific uses of various enameled wires:
General purpose enameled wire (ordinary wire): Mainly used for winding wires in general motors, electrical appliances, instruments, transformers, etc., such as polyester enameled wire and modified polyester enameled wire. Only a small amount of single-coated polyester imine enameled wire uses domestic paint, but the unstable voltage is still a concern for the manufacturer. The direct solderable polyester imine paint has been successfully developed by the Cable Research Institute
Heat-resistant enameled wire: It is mainly used for winding wires in working places such as motors, electrical appliances, instruments, transformers, etc., working in a temperature environment of 180℃ and above, such as polyester imide enameled wire, polyimide enameled wire, polyester enameled wire, polyester imide /Polyamideimide composite enameled wire.
Special purpose enameled wire: refers to the winding wire that has certain quality characteristics and is used for specific occasions, such as: polyurethane enameled wire (direct welding), self-adhesive enameled wire.