- Non-conductive acrylic adhesive
- Low and high temp resistant tape
- Can be easily soldered
- Easy unwind
Conforms to BS EN 60454 – Part 2, ASTM D – 1000 and to the flame retardant requirements of UL 510
AT525 is a 35 micron copper foil coated with a non conductive thermosetting solvent based acrylic adhesive supplied on a removable silicone release liner.
Suitable for EMI / RFI and static shielding applications, this copper foil tape can be easily soldered and can withstand extreme low and high temperature (from -20°C to +155°C).
AT525 has been tested in accordance with:
ASTM D-1000 and meets BS EN 60454 – Part 2 test methods (formerly VDE 0340, BS 3924).
It has also been tested and meets flame retardancy requirements of UL 510 (UL guide OANZ 2, File number E 86214 (M).
To prevent tarnishing, the tape should not be touched with bare hands. When using these tapes galvanic compatibility should be taken into account.
|Adhesive Type||Non Conducting Thermosetting solvent based acrylic|
|Breaking Load||40 N/cm|
|Adhesion to Steel||4.5 N/cm|
|Service Temperature||-20°C to +155°C|
|Specification||Relevant BS EN 60454 – Part 2 test method Relevant ASTM D – 1000 test method In-house tests conforming to the flame retardant requirements of UL 510|
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