General Order 95
Definitions of Terms as Used in The Rules of This Order
21.6 Insulated means separated from other conducting surfaces by a
dielectric substance, (including air-space) offering a high resistance to the
passage of current. Air space when used
as insulation shall be maintained by permanently forming the conductor or by
adding additional mechanical means (e.g. spreader bar). When an object is said to be insulated, it is
understood to be insulated in a suitable manner for the condition to which it
is normally subjected.
Note: Added May 22, 1990 by Resolution No. SU–5. Revised January 13, 2006 by Decision No. 05-01-030.