Capton electrical insulation
Kapton Polyimide Film Electrical Insulation Tape Made of DuPont by the USA, which is made of polyamide and one side of which is impregnated with adhesive as thermal, electrical and moisture insulation in various industries for electrical and thermal insulation such as electric motors, transformers, wires. Magnetic conductors, high voltage cables, electrical boards and are used in the aerospace and power industry.
This tape has good mechanical and chemical resistance and is resistant to flame and heat and can withstand temperatures of -270 to +400, also to protect electrical components during soldering on printed circuits to prevent Unwanted electrical connections are used from these films.
Specifications of adhesive Capton tape:
Excellent heat resistance up to 400 ° C
High tensile strength of the tape
High dielectric strength
Good chemical and mechanical resistance
Here are some explanations about Poly Omid:
Polyamide is a super-molecule with repeating units attached to an amide chain. Polyamide occurs both naturally and artificially. Examples of natural polyamides are proteins (wool and silk). Synthetic polyamide can be made by polymerization of the growth phase or solid phase synthesis of materials such as nylon, aramids and polyisodium (aspartate). Synthetic polyamide is commonly used in fabrics, used in automobiles, carpets, rugs and sportswear due to its high durability and strength. Transportation industry is a major consumer of polyamide.