This section provides an overview for double-sided tape heat resistant as well as their applications and principles. Also, please take a look at the list of 9 double-sided tape heat resistant manufacturers and their company rankings.
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Double-sided, heat resistant tape is a tape used for repair and maintenance of high-temperature items such as electrical wiring.
Made of materials such as aluminum and polyimide, it provides electrical insulation, masking, and other functions.
There are various types of tapes depending on thickness and hardness, with harder and thinner tapes being more resistant to slippage and softer and thicker tapes being more resistant to unevenness.
Some double-sided heat resistant tapes can withstand high temperatures of up to 1,000℃, while others are less than 50µ thick.
You can choose the one that best suits your purpose, taking adhesion and flame resistance into consideration.
Double-sided heat resistant tape is mainly used for laminating parts in the automotive, construction, electrical, electronics, engineering, and production industries.
Examples of use are as follows:
The tape portion and adhesive material of double-sided heat- resistant tape are various, and the appropriate tape is selected according to the purpose by checking the heat resistant temperature, tensile strength, adhesive strength, etc.
It has excellent electrical insulation and heat resistance, and can withstand temperatures of 1,200°C or higher. It is also used as a heat insulator, but its weak adhesiveness is a disadvantage.
A material with excellent impact resistance that is heat resistant and does not deform even at extremely high temperatures of 1000°C.
This is a heat- and cold-resistant material used in environments of around -50°C~316°C.
This material is used in environments of around 280°C and is impervious to electricity. This tape is ideal for heat-resistant masking applications.
These transparent tapes have a relatively low heat resistance of around 120℃. Some tapes can be cut by hand, and some do not leave adhesive residue when peeled off again, making them convenient. The advantage is that the taped area is hardly noticeable.
Silicone, acrylic, and rubber are the main adhesives used, with silicone being the most heat-resistant material.
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