WR1350 is a silicone rubber coated fiberglass fabric with a silicone adhesive. Designed as a one step masking tape, the silicone rubber is tough and resists abrasion from blasting impact and the high temperature adhesive withstands the plasma flame spray process. This tape has excellent adhesion yet removes cleanly.
- Temperature Rating: 500° F / 260° C
- One step masking saves time and money with fewer layers used
- Will withstand grit blasting
- Prevents bridging during metallization process
- Can be die cut for ease of application
- 11 Mil Total Thickness
- Roll Length - 36 yards
- Steel Adhesion (oz/in) - 47
- Elongation (%) - 8
- Pratt & Whitney PMC-4458
What is Plasma Spray Coating?
Plasma spray coating is the most flexible process out of all the thermal spray processes. It involves the spraying of molten or heat-softened material onto a surface to provide a coating. The utilization of this technology can facilitate the spraying of almost any ceramic, cermet or metal onto a wide variety of materials with exceptional bond strength. Plasma spray is the only method used to produce pure ceramic coatings from ceramic powder. Common applications for plasma spray include thermal barrier coatings, abradable coatings, corrosion resistant coatings, and wear coatings.
|Process||Blasting, Flame Spray|
|Temperature Range||0 - 500 F|