In the state of the art, complex methods are used to install ceramic insulators in commercial electric motors. In addition, thermally low- performing insulators limit the temperature range in which the motor can operate.
A new methodology for insulating electric motors is proposed. In particular, the invention concerns the electrical insulation of the motor’s copper conductors.
An effective method of producing stator windings by means of ceramic insulation and silicon-based paste can be adopted to electrically insulate the motor and increase its operating temperature range up to 600°.