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Porcelain Insulator

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Insulation can be made from many materials, including paper, fiberglass, polystyrene, aluminum, and cellulose. However, not all insulation materials are the same. Although both Styrofoam, a trade name for polystyrene, and porcelain can be used as insulation materials, one serves primarily to insulate electrical lines while the other is used in the home. High-voltage electricity is transmitted along suspended wires by power lines and other electrified cables. Although the wires are usually not insulated, there are certain areas where insulation is required. Insulators are needed in areas where live wires come in contact with poles and buildings. Insulators are not sensitive to electric fields and can help prevent fires and electrical malfunctions. Porcelain insulators often contain high concentrations of another mineral, such as clay or alumina. Combining porcelain with other minerals allows electricity pass through without reacting to nearby conductors. This combination of porcelain and other minerals not only provides greater safety but also allows electricity to flow without losing any charge. Porcelain does not conduct electricity and is especially good when mixed with non-conductive materials. This makes it an ideal material to use as an insulator. Styrofoam can be used to insulate buildings and homes, while porcelain is often used for electrical wire insulation. Residential insulation can be used for many purposes including temperature control, water protection, and fire protection.
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