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 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.
Ideal 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 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.