Nylon Flash Tape is suited for metal and composite bonding.

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Withstanding temperatures up to 350°F, Scapa 815 3.2 mil thick tape is designed to mask and hold tools, forms, and parts for metal and composite bonding, and is also used for masking PCB contacts during conformal coating. It consists of high temperature nylon backing, single coated with rubber adhesive that eliminates potential for silicone contamination. Non-silicone tape withstands autoclaving if necessary.



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High Temperature Nylon Flash Tape for Metal and Composite Bonding



Eliminates Potential for Silicone Contamination

Windsor, Connecticut - August 21, 2008 - Scapa North America offers Scapa 815, a heat-resistant, non-silicone tape that withstands temperatures up to 350 degrees F. This product is designed to mask and hold tools, forms and parts for metal and composite bonding, and for masking PCB contacts during conformal coating.

Scapa 815 consists of a high temperature nylon backing, single coated with a rubber adhesive that eliminates the potential for silicone contamination. The
3.2 mil thick tape is easy to apply and remove, and withstands autoclaving if necessary.

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

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