Heat-activated adhesive tape
double-sidedtransferfastening

heat-activated adhesive tape
heat-activated adhesive tape
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Characteristics

Type
double-sided, transfer, fastening
Other characteristics
UV-resistant, reinforced, high temperature-resistant, heat-activated, high-temperature, chemical-resistant
Applications
industrial, for electrical applications
Operating temperature

250 °C (482 °F)

Description

Available tapes: Heat activated double-sided transfer tape provides high bond strength(considered structural in many applications) to metals, wood, PE, PP, EPDM, plastics, paper, ceramics and woven materials when heat activated. Excellent resistance to solvents, plasticizers and heat when cured. Recommended for splicing applications when high mechanical and temperature resistance are required(up to 200ºC). Single sided paper tape reinforced by a glass scrim coated with a specialty pressure sensitive adhesive. Heat activated. Butt splicing of various materials when high mechanical and temperature resistance are required(up to 250ºC). Applications for PVC flooring manufacturing. Complete portfolio of heat activated films for bonding of micro-modules onto plastic cards in the smart-cards industry for the following typical applications: Telecom, banking, pay TV, healthcare, driving license, identity, transports, etc. Compatible with glass epoxy, polyimide and polyester films (FCOS®) and all typical card bodies of the market like PVC, ABS, PVC/ABS Blend, PC, PET-G, PET-F, PLA and biodegradable materials. Adhesives available: phenolic resins and co-polyamide. Meet ISO 7810 requirements. Comply with EU directive 2011/65/EC (ROHS recast)

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