Masking Tape suits printed circuit fabrication.

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Consisting of specially treated paper, single-coated with silicone pressure sensitive adhesive, high-temperature Scapa 650 provides low static protection of gold-plated finger tabs, assembly holes, and components during flux, preheat, and soldering processes. During hot air leveling and wave soldering operations, tape protects against chemical, solvents, solder, and rinse water. After processing, silicone adhesive removes cleanly from surface without leaving residue.



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Protective Tape for Printed Circuit Fabrication and High Temperature Industrial Masking



Windsor, Connecticut - December 15, 2005... Scapa Industrial introduces Scapa 650, a high temperature masking tape for low static protection of delicate gold plated finger tabs, assembly holes, and components during flux, preheat and soldering processes. The product is also designed for high temperature industrial masking in clean room environments.

Scapa 650 consists of a specially treated paper, single coated with a high performance silicone pressure sensitive adhesive. The masking tape delivers extremely low electrostatic discharge at unwind, eliminating PCB degradation. After processing, the silicone adhesive removes cleanly and easily from the surface without leaving adhesive residue.

During hot air leveling and wave soldering operations, Scapa 650 provides protection against chemical, solvents, solder, and rinse water, offering excellent adhesion to electronic substrates. This product offers a wide operating temperature range and is an economical alternative to polyimide tapes.

For additional information, contact Scapa Industrial Applications Support at (800) 653-5316, or access the Scapa Industrial website at www.scapaindustrial.com. Scapa North America develops innovative specialty adhesive films, tapes and compounds for a range of markets. Major markets include aerospace, automotive, cable, construction, electronics, industrial assembly, medical, printing and graphics and sports and entertainment.

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