Commercial quality cotton tape with centre tracer and selfedge.
THERMAL RATING : CLASS A 105°C
|Code||Colour of center line||Dimensions|
|GD012||Red Line||12mm x 0,25mm x 50m|
|GD019||Red Line||19mm x 0,25mm x 50m|
|GD025||Red Line||25mm x 0,25mm x 50m|
|GD035||Red Line||35mm x 0,25mm x 50m|
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VOTAFILM ® 2645
VOTAFILM ® 2646 is a special thermal PET-film, coated with a thin silicone coating on both sides. VOTAFILM® 2646 has high tensile strength and edge tear resistance and shows excellent separation properties, is easy removable, without residues. VOTAFILM® 2646 has a low shrinkage rate at up to 180 °C.
VOTAFILM ® 2645 is used as release film in the curing process of thermosetting resins. Due to the good thermal resistance and separation properties VOTAFILM ® 2645 is suitable up to 180 °C in a very economical manner. After pressing the shrinking properties give a uniform radius on the corners.
Format Rolls maximum width 1050 mm Tape 40 mm width
VOTAFILM ® 2645 can be stored 2 years under normal conditions (20 °C; 50% humidity)
Curing condition: 3 hours at 5 °C or 6 hours at 140 °C