Kapton HN Heat Resistant Tape, 3" x 36 Yds., Amber (KPT5-3)
$311.99

Kapton HN Heat Resistant Tape, 3" x 36 Yds., Amber (KPT5-3)

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Item #: 24405323 Model #: KPT5-3
  • 3" x 36 yds. long heat resistant tape
  • Film thickness 0.13mm, adhesive thickness 0.04mm. Total thickness is 0.17mm
  • These tapes are designed for masking of electronic and other components during the assembly and manufacturing process
$311.99
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Bertech Kapton tapes are made from Kapton HN film with silicone adhesive. They have been used in applications at temperatures as low as -269 degrees C (-452 degrees F) and as high as 260 degrees C (500 degrees F). 5 mil film thickness with 1.5 mil silicone adhesive. DuPont Kapton polyimide films have set the industry standard for over 45 years in high performance, reliability and durability, with a unique combination of electrical, thermal, chemical and mechanical properties that withstand extreme temperatures, vibration, and other demanding environments. Kapton tapes have a high dielectric strength. The silicon adhesive protection leaves no residue.

  • 3" x 36 yds. long heat resistant tape
  • Film thickness 0.13mm, adhesive thickness 0.04mm. Total thickness is 0.17mm
  • These tapes are designed for masking of electronic and other components during the assembly and manufacturing process
  • Comes in amber color
  • Silicone adhesive, which does not leave any residue
  • Tensile strength is 98 lbs./inch
  • Meets or exceeds RoHS standard
  • They are reliable and durable, with a unique combination of electrical, thermal, chemical, and mechanical properties that withstand extreme temperatures, vibration, and other volatile environments
  • Polyimide films make innovative design solutions possible in a range of industries, including consumer electronics, solar photovoltaic, wind energy, aerospace, automotive, and industrial applications
  • They have been used in applications at temperatures as low as -269 degrees C (-452 degrees F) and as high as 260 degrees C (500 degrees F)
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