Phlogopite mica glass-backed tape and WMA101 silane XLPE compound of Sioplas method are two different materials used in the production of electrical cables.
Phlogopite mica glass-backed tape is a type of electrical insulation tape made of phlogopite mica paper and a glass fabric backing. It is commonly used in high-temperature and high-voltage applications as it has excellent thermal and electrical insulation properties. The glass backing provides mechanical strength and stability to the tape.
On the other hand, WMA101 silane XLPE compound of Sioplas method is a type of cross-linked polyethylene (XLPE) insulation compound used in the production of electrical cables. It is made by a process called the Sioplas method, which involves adding a silane compound to the XLPE base resin. The silane compound acts as a catalyst in the cross-linking process, improving the electrical and mechanical properties of the insulation. WMA101 is known for its excellent electrical properties, low dielectric loss, and high thermal stability.
These two materials are not typically used together in the same application.