High temperature tapes

Tapes

High temperature tapes overview

Final Advanced Materials offers high temperature tapes resistant up to 1700°C. These tapes are mainly used for the thermal and/or electrical insulation of cables or piping, or as a component of manufactured thermal protections.

Variable width and thickness, some references of tapes can be adhesive on one side or manufactured in bolt hole version, in order to facilitate the setting up. We also offer Velcro type tapes for thermal protection or as a high temperature closure system.

Applications of high temperature tapes

  • Fire protection
  • Thermal insulation
  • Electrical insulation
  • Insulation of pipes and exhausts
  • Expansion seals

Comparison of high temperature tapes

Properties

Units

Velcro

Aramid

Zetex®

Basalt

ZetexPlus®

Silicate

Biosoluble

Ceramic

Thickness

mm

3.1

2 & 3

0.8 à 3.2

1.1

2 to 5

0.5

Width

mm

25 & 50

25 to 75

25 to 152

25.4

25 to 152

10 to 300

25 to 100

25 to 51

Length

m

200 & 250

50

30

15 & 30

30

25 & 50

25 & 50

15 & 30

Continuous temperature

°C

140 to 235

350

540

815

815

1000 & 1050

650 & 1050

1100

Max. temperature

°C

260 to 300

500

700

980

1095

1100 & 1200

1260

1700

Our range of high temperature tapes

Velcro Self-gripping Tapes 260°C

Comprised of aramid loops and polyamide monofilament hooks, high-temperature self-gripping tapes are self-extinguishing and non-melting. They are resistant to a continuous temperature of 140°C, resistant to cold, and resistant to general chemical products (excluding acids) and are certified to aeronautical and automobile standards.

Aramid Tapes 500°C

Consisting of para-aramid fibres, our aramid tapes can withstand a continuous temperature of 350°C and peak temperature of 500°C. With excellent mechanical properties (resistance to tearing and abrasion as well as mechanical resistance), aramid tapes feature good stability for a wide variety of chemical products.

Zetex® Tapes 700°C

Zetex® tapes meet all the requirements of fire resistance. They are mainly used for thermal insulation and sealing of industrial furnaces. Several versions are available: the standard version with textured fibreglass threads, with a vermiculite coating, reinforced with stainless steel threads to increase the mechanical properties and their resistance to vibrations, or the bolt hole version.

Basalt Tapes 980°C

Newtex®'s Z-Rock®basalt fibre tapes are mainly used in the automotive industry for the insulation of exhaust systems. Basalt fibres allow a continuous temperature of 815°C and peak temperature of 980°C.

Mica Tapes 1000°C

Containing neither halogens nor toxic gases, fibreglass-backed phlogopite mica tape is used in the production of fire-resistant cables. Highly flexible, this product can easily be deployed on high-speed cable wrapping machines.

ZetexPlus® Tapes 1095°C

ZetexPlus® tapes with vermiculite coating can withstand up to 1095°C. These tapes are available in 3 product ranges to offer a variety of dimensions but also different flexibilities to suit everyone's requirements.

Silicate Tapes 1200°C

Silicate fibres tapes are excellent thermal insulators. These narrow fabrics withstand temperatures up to 1200°C and are used for the protection of cables and piping. Adhesive tapes and bolt hole versions are available upon request to facilitate installation.

Biosoluble fibre Tapes 1200°C

Biosoluble fibres are guaranteed asbestos and ceramic fibre-free. In order to eliminate the health risks associated with exposure to ceramic fibres or rock fibres for insulation, their chemical composition has been adapted.

Biosoluble fibres tapes are available in 2, 3 and 5 mm thicknesses with widths of 10 to 20 mm. Adhesive strips and strips with bolt holes are also available.

Monofilament Ceramic Tapes 1700°C

The monofilament ceramic tapes are resistant to continuous temperatures up to 1170°C. They are particularly suitable for the insulation and protection of cables, tubes and pipes and to strengthen packaged products.

High Temperature Tapes (996.22k)

Technical data sheet: High temperature Tapes


Zetex® Tapes 700°C

Final Advanced Materials offers a range of Zetex® fiberglass tapes resistant to temperatures up to 700°C.
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Aramid Self-gripping Tapes 260°C

Comprised of Aramid loops and polyamide monofilament hooks, high-temperature self-gripping tapes are self-extinguishing and non-melting.
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Aramid Tapes 400°C

Consisting of para-aramid fibers, our tapes can withstand a continuous temperature of 350°C and peak temperature of 400°C.
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Basalt Tapes 800°C

Newtex®'s Z-Rock® basalt fiber belts are mainly used in the automotive industry for the insulation of exhaust systems.
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Biosoluble Fibres Tapes 1200°C

Biosoluble fibres tapes are available in 2, 3 and 5 mm thicknesses with widths of 10 to 20 mm. Adhesive tapes and tapes with bolt holes are also available.
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Mica Tapes 1000°C

Containing neither halogens nor toxic gases, fibreglass-backed phlogopite mica tape is used in the production of fire-resistant cables.
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Monofilament Ceramic Tapes 1700°C

The monofilament ceramic tapes are resistant to continuous temperatures up to 1170°C.
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Silicate Tapes 1200°C

Composed of more than 98% silica, S98 products made from silicate fibres are suitable for high-temperature applications up to 1200°C.
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Zetex®Plus Tapes 1095°C

ZetexPlus® tapes with vermiculite coating can withstand up to 1095°C.
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