PTFE adhesive tape is thin, extremely resistant to chemicals and has a high arc resistance. They are free of carbonising materials and are great for non-stick applications. PTFE adhesive tape is used in applications requiring consistent performance and minimum shrinkage across a wide range of temperatures.
They perform consistently over a broad temperature range (180°C/356°F), for use on high temperature coils, capacitor and wire harnesses. Utilising our range of converting capabilities we can offer PTFE film in custom width and length rolls or in custom shapes and final presentations.
PTFE adhesive tape characteristics:
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Any data provided relates to values typically generated when measuring these materials, and is offered as a guide to material selection. However it is not guaranteed and the user is responsible for evaluating the suitability of a product for the application it is intended for. Some test methods may vary, please refer to data sheet or call for assistance.
|Title||Stock status||Adhesion to steel (N/cm)||Adhesive||Carrier||Colour||Electrostatic corrosion||Elongation (%)||Insulation resistance (MΩ)||Manufacturer / SOS||Max. short temp (˚C)||Tensile strength (N/cm²)||Thickness (mm)|
|3M™ 60 PTFE film electrical tape||1||3.2||Silicone||PTFE||Brown||1||200||>1x10⁶||3M™||35||0.1|
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Utilising the latest converting technologies, we can customise your PTFE adhesive tape to create non-standard roll widths and lengths, or convenient and easy to handle components. Customising your tape offers a number of benefits, including cost savings and enhanced product design. Whatever your needs, we have the experience and capabilities to provide a complete solution, from design and prototyping to full production and automated assembly.
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