The various important aspects that need to be considered for satisfactory long-term performance of room-temperature vulcanizing (RTV) silicone rubber high-voltage insulator coatings (HVIC) are outlined in the guide. Methods of application, pre-coated applications, maintenance issues on coated applications, factors aff ecting long-term performance, erosion resistance, temporary loss of hydrophobicity, aging, laboratory accelerated tests, partially coated insulation, and functional outdoor evaluation are described.
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IEEE Guide for DC Inclined Plane Tracking and Erosion Test for Outdoor Insulation Applications
This guide is intended for a suitable use of dc voltages with the inclined plane tracking and erosion test for the evaluation of the tracking and erosion resistance of high voltage outdoor insulating materials.
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