Biaxially stretched and sticky polyimide tape (kapton tape likely) for Class H insulation and electronics masking.
Comparing with Cast-made polyimide tape, it is of better comprehensive performance on tensile strength, voltage, less curling, etc.
Comparing with cheap Asian-made polyimide tape with peeling force at about 5N/inch, this item from Huggingtape of Tapefamily is more sticky at about 6.5N/inch.
1. Product Description
Biaxially Stretched Polyimide tape TFPOLY-BSG2560-SC, also named as Kapton tape likely for Class H (180℃) insulation and gold finger masking protection, is made of high-quality Biaxially Stretched polyimide film as a base material (backing) and pressure-sensitive silicone as coated adhesive. It is of well voltage resistance, high-temperature resistance, and solvent resistance, and especially about 40% more sticky than other cheap polyimide tapes.
Silicone biaxially stretched polyimide tapes (kapton tape likely) is widely used as soft Class H of 180℃ insulation material to wrap motor, transformer, coil, generator, and cable.
Also used well for gold finger protection while PCB assembly.
Ideally used as high-temperature masking tape.
Strong tensile strength, elongation; Less legging and curling;
More sticky with no residue; High voltage resistance;
Reasonable price to distributors and end-users;
Guaranteed lead time;
Professional customer service.
4. Technical Data
Polyimide Film (0.025mm)
33M ±0.5m (Standard)
268℃ (Class H)
Keep in the dry and clean place, under normal temperature at 15℃~30℃, 65%RH.
Shelf life is 12 months after production date.
Sample: free sample for small rolls, freight collect.
MOQ: no MOQ.