Polyimide Tape is a high temp tape used in printed circuit board (PCB) production, automotive and aerospace industries. Kapton maintains excellent physical, mechanical and electrical properties over a wide range of temperatures - continuous up to 500°F for 1 hour & short exposures over 700°F. The high temperature adhesive tape leaves minimal residue when removed. We can provide non-adhesive Polyimide | Kapton films.
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CFS stocks High Temperature Polyimide Tapes for immediate shipment. Polyimide high temp tape is ideal for high temperature applications. Kapton® Tape is used extensively as a conformal coating tape in printed circuit board (PCB) production as their transparency allows for observation of the circuit boards during their processing. Polyimide tapes feature high-strength, tear-resistant backing and have excellent dielectric strength and remove cleanly leaving no residue. Looking for Polyimine | Kapton films that are non-adhesive? We can source those and die cut into your desired size and shape.
Polyimide tapes come to CFS on “logs” which are wound onto cores containing 36 yards. These are then cut (slit) to your specific width and shipped within 1-2 business days. CFS also stocks Polyimide discs (dots) ranging from 1/8" to 6" in diameter. With a large inventory of rotary dies and Flash cutting capabilities, CFS can produce non-stock discs, donuts, squares, rectangles and many other shapes in only a few days!
CFS stocks 1 Mil, 2 Mil and 5 Mil Polyimide tapes. Double sided Polyimide tape is available upon request as is anti-static Polyimide tape. Our Polyimide die cuts can be found in electronics manufacturing, insulating fragile components from electrostatic forces and even medical equipment!
Polyimide is also known by its trade name Kapton™, and while our Polyimide tapes and die cuts are not the Kapton™ brand, they perform equally as well. DuPont™ and Kapton® are trademarks or registered trademarks of E.I. du Pont de Nemours and Co.