Aramid Fibre Tapes 400°C

Aramid Fibre Tapes, up to 400 °C

Created in the 1960’s, aramid fibres consist of yellow filaments of about ten microns in diameter, assembled into threads. Aramid tapes are composed of continuous para-aramid fibres, which gives them excellent mechanical and thermal properties. They can withstand a continuous temperature of 350 °C and peak temperature of 400 °C. With excellent properties, such as their resistance to tearing, to abrasion and mechanical resistance, aramid tapes feature good stability for a wide variety of chemical products.

They are mainly used in the glass industry, valued for their homogeneity and the regularity of their weaving, in the manufacture of fire resistant materials and as conveyor belts.

Applications of Aramid Tapes

  • Fire protection
  • Conveyor belts

Technical Data of Aramid Tapes

Property

Unit

Item N°

207-1201

Thickness

 mm

2

2

2

3

3

3

Width

mm

25

50

75

25

50

75

Length

m

50

50

50

50

50

50

Max. Operating Temperature

°C

300

300

300

300

300

300

Peak Temperature

°C

400

400

400

400

400

400

Other dimensions are available on request.

Physical variables included in this documentation are provided by way of indication only and do not, under any circumstances, constitute a contractual undertaking. Please contact our technical service if you require any additional information.

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