Use the auric goldfinger tape are the considerations?

by:Yourijiu     2021-02-04

goldfinger tape, also known as Kapton tape or polyimide tape, the tape with polyimide film as the backing material, single-sided coating of high performance organic silicon pressure sensitive adhesive, single fluorine plastic mold material or compound two kinds of composite materials. Coating the high accuracy reached plus or minus 2. 5 um, no scratches, the phenomenon such as wire drawing. , shear resistance, easy for gold finger tape ( 1) Die cutting processing, excellent heat resistance and solvent resistance.

features and applications

in the industry of electronic electrician can be used for higher requirement of H class motor and transformer coil insulation bandaging, a bandage fixed end of high-temperature resistance, temperature resistance measurement protection, capacitance and wire entanglement and other work in high temperature under the condition of insulation. In circuit board manufacturing industry can be used for the electronic protection paste, especially suitable for SMT thermal protection, electronic switch, PCB gold finger protection, electronic transformer, relays, etc should be high temperature resistant and moistureproof protect goldfinger tape ( 1) Protection of electronic components. And according to the needs of special process supporting low static and flame retardant polyimide tape! High temperature surface reinforcing protection, metal materials, high temperature spray paint, sandblasting surface protection coating cover, after high temperature paint baking, no residue leaving easy tear. , with high temperature resistance, high tensile strength, good chemical resistance, no residue, comply with ROHS environmental protection without halogen, etc. Apply to electronic circuit boards wave soldering tin shelter, protection money fingers and high-grade electrical insulation, motor insulation, as well as the lithium battery positive and negative and ears fixed.

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