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Heat Resistant Tape

When you’re dealing with temperatures exceeding 250-300°F, it’s crucial to select tapes tailored for high-temperature applications. Here’s an overview of various types of heat resistant tape to guide your material selection process:

Silicone Adhesives: Silicone adhesives are renowned for their heat resistance, withstanding temperatures from -60°F to 500°F (-51°C to 260°C) for short-term uses. Widely utilized in aerospace, automotive, construction, and electrical sectors, silicone adhesives offer reliability in extreme heat scenarios.

Kapton (Polyamide) Tape: Favored in aerospace and PCB applications, Kapton tapes boast exceptional heat resistance, enduring temperatures from -103°F to 500°F (-75°C to 260°C), with anecdotal evidence suggesting functionality even in extreme conditions ranging from -320°F to 752°F (-196°C to 400°C).

Foils: Various foil adhesive tapes, including aluminum, copper, and stainless steel, find utility in EMI and RFI shielding, HVAC sealing, and packaging. Their temperature performance typically ranges from -65°F to 600°F (-54°C to 316°C), contingent on the specific type of foil employed.

Glass Cloth: Utilized for sound insulation and material reinforcement, glass cloth tapes exhibit robust heat resistance, capable of withstanding temperatures exceeding 500°F (260°C), akin to Kapton and foils.

Polyester (PET) Film Tape: Polyester tapes, suitable for electronic joining and high-temperature masking in powder coating, endure environments from -94°F to 400°F (-70°C to 204°C), withstanding even higher temperatures during shorter bake cycles.

VHB Tapes: Primarily employed for secure long-term bonds, VHB (“Very High Bonding”) Tapes offers varying heat resistance capabilities. While some variants withstand up to 450°F, most fall within the range of -40°F to 200°F (-40°C to 93°C).

Acrylic Adhesives: High-strength and flexible, acrylic adhesive tapes serve diverse industries, including automotive and medical. While some acrylic tapes can reach temperatures around 400°F (204°C), the majority operate below this threshold, with lower limits averaging -20°F to -40°F (-28°C to -40°C), depending on the specific tape.

When selecting a heat resistant tape, consider the unique requirements of your project alongside the performance characteristics of each tape type to ensure optimal results.

Our Range of Heat Resistant Adhesive Tapes

We supply a wide variety of high temperature tapes. Polyester tapes with silicone adhesive for masking in powder painting and masking processes of electronic circuits. We supply Fiberglass adhesive tapes with acrylic and silicone adhesive, and we have an extensive catalog of double-sided transfer tapes and double-sided acrylic tapes for high temperature work, above 200°C.