Understanding the Concept Behind Electrical Motor Coppers

Coppers are materials that are used to protect the internal parts of an electric motor from being destroyed by outside elements and are usually coated with an insulating material to prevent electrical charges from flowing through the conductors. Some people believe that electrical motor coppers protect against EMI (Electrical Motor Imprint), but this is not the case as EMI is caused by electrostatic discharges while electrical motor coil winding is designed specifically to prevent such discharges. The purpose of coating the electrical motor coils with a layer of copper rather than using other forms of insulation is to make it difficult for dust and moisture to permeate into the electrical motor, thus preventing damage to the device. Coppers are available in different thicknesses and can be customized according to the needs of the manufacturing company.

Coil winding is a process wherein the electrical energy is manipulated into coils on the outer side of a shaft and then sends it out through electrical wiring. Coppers can either be wound around the shafts or on their sides. While the wound coil provides electrical energy with better resistance, the side-winding process provides a flexible connection because the contact area is minimized. To maximize the performance of the electrical coil, it is necessary to minimize the resistance that is caused by winding the wire coil on its side.

Wire coil winding is a necessary part of every electrical device that needs to be protected against physical damage. Most of the time, it comes across electrical fields that can create harmful physical effects. Therefore, to provide the best protection for the electrical devices and systems, all types of protective winding systems including wire coil winding are used.