Description: Polyimide films are employed because of their extreme heat resistance. Service temperatures range from -100Â°F to 500Â°F (-73Â°C to 260Â°C). These flame retardant films exhibit high tensile strength and conformability, good solvent resistance, excellent dielectric strength and good abrasion resistance. Polyimide tape applications include electrical insulation, capacitor, transformer and coil wrapping, electronic assembly, and wave solder protection. This tape uses an acrylic adhesive system. Acrylic adhesves perform in continuous operating temperatures from -40Â°F to +375Â°F (-40Â°C to +188Â°C). Benefits include exceptional solvent resistance, excellent adhesion to metal, superior weathering and aging characteristics. Acrylics have an excellent shelf life, and when exposed to elevated temperatures, their ability to wet-out improves thus increasing both adhesion and tack properties. Specification Notes: Clean release silicone (CRS) available. All data based on a 0.0025 inch test sample.(Thickness given is for both backing and adhesive. Backing thickness is .001 inches.) Information provided by Saint Gobain Performance Products.