- Conductive acrylic adhesive
- Removable Polyester Masking Strip
- High and Low Temperature Resistant
- Resistant to ozone, oils, chemicals and water
- Easy unwind
Conforms to military specification MIL-T-47012, BS EN 60454 – Part 2, ASTM D – 1000 and to the flame retardant requirements of UL 51
AT544 is a very specific strip masking tape based on a 35 micron tin clad copper foil coated with an electrically conductive solvent based acrylic adhesive and a removable polyester masking tape.
Applied onto the inner door sections of electronic cabinets prior to powder coating or spray painting. The masking tape is then removed to expose a clean and electrically contactable tin layer. This tin layer can then form a complete EMI shield through contact with a suitable foam rubber door seal. It also offers extra resistance against ozone, oils, chemicals and water, even in extreme temperature conditions (from -20°C to +155°C).
The tape construction is tested in-house and conforms to the flame retardant requirement part only of UL510 .
|Adhesive Type||Conductive solvent based acrylic|
|Breaking Load||40 N/cm|
|Adhesion to Steel||5.0 N/cm|
|Service Temperature||-20°C to +155°C|
|Specification||Military specification MIL-T-47012 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 51|
|RoHS Compliant||(Deutsch) Ja|
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