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Trusted
Performance
from the Tape Experts
3M Insulating and Conductive Tapes
Product Selection Guide
Table of Contents
3M™ Insulating and Conductive Tapes are made from a broad range of backings
and adhesives to meet the demanding requirements of different applications and
environments. Extensive quality control and testing, combined with accurate process
controls, are just part of the reason that 3M consistently provides high quality products.
Electrical Tapes
Glass Cloth . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2
Filament Reinforced . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3
Acetate Cloth . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
Composite Film . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
Epoxy Film . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
Paper . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
Polyester Film . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
Polyimide Film . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
PTFE Film . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
Vinyl . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
EMI Shielding Tapes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10-12
Specialty Tapes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13
Industry Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14-15
About 3M™ Tapes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16
Flexible Insulation Products . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17
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The images of tapes in this brochure are as accurate as
photographic and printing technology allow, but may vary in
appearance from the actual tapes.
150 3000 5 0.94.8x104 150/252 30/3,3 |7.0/0,177
150 3000 5 0.92.7x102 150/262 30/3,3 |7.0/0,177
Features
Features
High-performance glass cloth tape that is tough
and conformable.
Solvent-resistant version of 27 Tape. Printable.
Listed in many Class B systems.
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handling. –155 3000 1x102 175/3067.5/0,19 5 0.9 50/5,5
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Thermosetting Rubber
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200 3000 5 0.94.8x104 180/314 40/4,4 |7.0/0,177
High-temperature (200° C) glass cloth tape.
UL 510 flame retardant.  Printable.69
Silicone
Acrylic
3M™ Electrical Tapes
Glass Cloth
3M offers exceptionally flexible and conformable glass cloth backings
on the market with high-temperature resistance and tensile strength.
With excellent absorption of resins and varnishes plus cut-through
and edge-tear resistance, they are ideal for holding and strapping
applications up to 200°C.
Available with three (3) adhesive systems: aggressive
thermosetting rubber resin, solvent-resistant acrylic and
high-temperature silicone.
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† Operating temperature is equivalent to UL Recognition temperature where applicable (See page 14).
= Flame retardant. See page 14 for product specifications.
Filament Reinforced
Filament tapes are designed for applications needing both the
dielectric strength of polyester film and the high mechanical strength
of glass fibers. They offer the ultimate in low stretch, high tensile
and edge-tear resistance for a more cost-effective solution to glass
cloth tapes. Excellent for anchoring lead wires to banding coils and
end-turn taping. A special paper-backed filament tape is available for
high-voltage oil-filled distribution transformer use.
Available with two (2) adhesive systems: aggressive
thermosetting rubber resin and solvent-resistant acrylic.
130 5500 5 1.03x103 275/481 50/5,4 ||7.0/0,177
Features
Tough, durable filament tape.
Tough, durable filament tape –130 5500 3x103 275/4817.0/0,177 5 1.0 50/5,4
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Thermosetting Rubber
105 3500 5 1.0– 275/481 40/4,4 –10.0/0,253
Paper/glass filament backing designed for
oil-filled transformer applications.1076
Solvent-resistant filament tape.
More conformable.
Solvent-resistant filament tape.
More conformable.
130 5500 5 1.01x105 275/481 35/3,86.5/0,165 |
130 5500 5 1.01x105 275/481 35/3,87.0/0,177 |
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1039
FeaturesAcrylic
Solvent-resistant, high-temperature filament tape.
155 5500 6 –– 225/394 35/3,86.5/0,165 –1139
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† Operating temperature is equivalent to UL Recognition temperature where applicable (See page 14).
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3M™ Electrical Tapes
Acetate Cloth
These aesthetically pleasing acetate cloth tapes offer excellent
conformability in coil-wrapping applications up to 105°C plus
excellent absorption of electrical insulating resins and varnishes.
Available with one (1) adhesive system: aggressive rubber resin.
105 2000 10 12x104 35/62 40/4,4 |8.0/0,203
Features
|105 2500 2x104 40/708.0/0,203 10 1 40/4,4
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Thermosetting Rubber
Black. Printable.
Composite Film
3M Composite Film Tapes are excellent for general purpose
insulation, anchoring, and banding in motors and transformers. They
combine the high dielectric strength and edge-tear resistance of
polyester film and nonwoven polyester mat for a conformable product
with great puncture resistant and electrical properties.
Available in a variety of thicknesses and with two (2)
adhesive systems: aggressive rubber resin and
solvent-resistant acrylic.
† Operating temperature is equivalent to UL Recognition temperature where applicable (See page 14).
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Thermosetting Rubber
Acrylic
130 8500 20 1.0>1x106 80/141 45/4,9 |18/0,455
A version of 44 Tape with three times the
thickness for greater dielectric strength.44T-A
A version of 44 Tape with twice the backing
thickness for greater dielectric strength.
130 6000 20 1.0>1x106 40/70 35/3,812/0,304 |44D-A
Thicker composite film tape for better puncture
resistance and higher dielectric applications. IIIa130 6000 >1x10
6 35/627.5/0,190 30 1.0 80/8 ,855
Composite film tape with aggressive adhesive
designed for motor applications.
l130 5500 >1x106 40/705.5/0,139 50 1.0 80/8,844HT
130 5500 50 1.0>1x106 40/70 65/7,15.5/0,139
Economical, general purpose composite film
tape. For general purpose electrical applications.
Longer-length rolls.
44
Paper
Paper tapes provide good cushioning, puncture resistance and
toughness. Great for use as coil cover on bobbin-wound coils.
Available with one (1) adhesive system: aggressive
rubber resin.
Epoxy Film
3M has been vital to the development of epoxy film tapes. These
offer solder and puncture resistance, high dielectric strength,
conformability and UL recognition for flame retardancy at
temperatures up to 155° C. 3M Epoxy Film tapes are designed to
require fewer wraps to meet dielectric requirements, compared to
typical glass cloth tapes. Their versatility can help reduce your
tape inventory.
Available with two (2) adhesive system: aggressive thermosetting
rubber resin and solvent-resistant acrylic.
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155 8000 120 1.0>1x106 45/79 45/4,9 |5.0/0,127
Features
Super 10
Thermosetting Rubber
Thicker, double-sided epoxy for higher
temperature and dielectric. Rubber adhesive.
UL 510 Flame retardant.
130 6500 120 1.0>1 x 106 30/53 40/4,4 |3.5/0,088
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High-performance epoxy tape. Thin. Printable
UL 510 Flame retardant.
|155 8000 >1x106 45/795.0/0,127 120 1.0 30/3,3
Thicker, double-sided epoxy for higher
temperature and dielectric. Printable. UL 510
Flame retardant.
Super 20
105 2000 – –> 1x106 22/38,5 40/4,4 |5.5/0,14
Features
|105 2500 > 1x106 25/449.0/0,228 10 – 50/5,5
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Thermosetting Rubber
Flatback backing.
Thicker, crepe backing.
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3M™ Electrical Tapes
Polyester Film
3M offers a variety of polyester tapes for insulating applications
requiring a thin, durable tape with high dielectric strength. They can
withstand higher-temperature conditions than tapes with acetate
cloth backings. They are also conformable, exhibit excellent chemical,
solvent and moisture resistance and resist cut-through and abrasion.
Available in flame retardant and non-flame retardant versions
and with two (2) adhesive systems: aggressive rubber resin and
solvent-resistant acrylic.
FeaturesAcrylic
130 5500 100 1.0>1x106 25/44 35/3,8 –2.5/0,0631-mil film. General purpose polyester tape. Clear.5
130 7000 110 1.0>1x106 50/88 30/3,33.3/0,083
2-mil film. UL 510 Flame retardant. Thicker
version of 1350F-1. Black, white, or yellow.1350F-2
1-mil film. UL 510 Flame retardant. Black, white,
or yellow. 130 5500 100 1.0>1x10
6 25/44 30/3,32.5/0,0631350F-1 II
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l1-mil film. Printable. Black or yellow. 130 5500 >1x106 25/442.5/0,063 100 1.0 30/3,31318-1
1-mil film. UL 510 Flame retardant. Smooth, even
unwind for use on automatic equipment. White.
130 5500 100 1.0>1x106 25/44 30/3,32.5/0,0631351-1 |
3.3/0,083130 7000 110 1.0>1x106 50/88 60/6,5 |
2-mil film version of 54. Thicker, higher dielectric.
Clear.58
FeaturesThermosetting Rubber
1.0 45/4,9130 5000 100>1x106 25/44 |2.5/0,0631-mil film. General purpose polyester tape.
Clear.
54
1-mil film. General purpose polyester tape.
Yellow. |130 5000 >1x10
62.3/0,058 1.056
2-mil film version of 56. Thicker, higher dielectric.
Yellow.
130 7000 110 1.0>1x106 50/88 60/6,53.3/0,083 |57
0.5-mil film. Thin for coil applications where space
is at a premium.
130 3500 100 1.0>1x106 12/21 20/2,20.8/0,020 |74
1-mil film. Coated on both sides. For use in
bonding applications requiring a double positive
insulation barrier.
130 6500 100 1.0>1x106 25/44 45/4,93.8/0,096 –75
† Operating temperature is equivalent to UL Recognition temperature where applicable (See page 14). = Flame retardant. See page 14 for product specifications.
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Polyimide Film
3M polyimide film tapes are specially designed for high-temperature
applications requiring a thin puncture-resistant backing. The physical
and electrical properties of polyimide remain stable when used
in such applications as coils, harnesses and capacitors, that are
subjected to extreme temperatures.
Available with two (2) adhesive systems: solvent-resistant acrylic
and high-temperature silicone.
180 55 1.0>1x106 30/53 25/2,8 |llb3.0/0,076
180 6000 55 1.0>1x106 30/53 19/2,1 lllb3.0/0,076
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1-mil film. High-performance polyimide tape.
High-temperature. Printable. UL 510 Flame retardant.
1-mil film. Solvent-resistant version of 92 Tape.
UL 510 Flame retardant.
1-mil film. High-temperature and solvent-resistant.
UL 510 Flame retardant.
155 7500 55 1.0>1x106 30/53 35/3,83.0/0,076 |llb
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Acrylic
1-mil film. High-temperature masking applications.
UL 510 Flame retardant. 180 – 35/62 50 –75002.5/0,063 – 20/2,21093
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3M™ Electrical Tapes
PTFE Film
Thin high-temperature PTFE tapes are used in applications requiring
consistent performance and minimum shrinkage across a wide range
of temperatures. They are extremely resistant to chemicals, have
high arc resistance, are free of carbonizing materials and are great
for non-stick applications. Great for use on high-temperature coils,
capacitors, and wire harnesses.
Available with two (2) adhesive systems: solvent-resistant acrylic
and high-temperature silicone.
180 9500 200 1.0>1x106 20/35 30/3,2 |4.0/0,102
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2-mil film. UL 510 Flame retardant.
2-mil film. Solvent-resistant version of 60 Tape.
UL 510 Flame retardant. 155 9500 200 1.0>1x10
6 20/35 35/3,83.5/0,088 |
5-mil film. Thicker for higher dielectric and
breaking strength. UL 510 Flame retardant. I180 15000 >1x10
6 45/797.0/0,178 300 1.0 35/3,8
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Acrylic
2-mil film. Printable. Bondable backside on liner
for higher adhesion to its own backing, resins
and varnishes. UL 510 Flame retardant.
|180 9500 >1x106 20/354.0/0,102 200 1.0 30/3,262
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Vinyl
Scotch®, 3M™ Tartan™ and Temflex™ Vinyl Electrical Tapes combine
the flexibility of a PVC backing with excellent electrical insulating
properties, high dielectric strength, and resistance to moisture, UV
rays, abrasion, corrosion, alkalies and acids. (Their rubber-based
adhesive performs well over a range
of temperatures).
Fade-resistant vinyl comes in a range of colors for marking.
For primary electrical insulation up to 600 volts, including wire
harnessing, degaussing coils and high-voltage cables.
80 12000 200 1.0>1x106 20/35 25/2,7 –10.0/0,254
10000 250 –>1x106 20/35 25/2,7 –8.5/0,215
Features
10-mil heavy-duty black vinyl tape. Offers great
mechanical strength and abrasion resistance.
UL 510 Flame retardant.
7-mil premium vinyl tape for color coding.
Available in 9 fade- and weather-resistant colors.
UL 510 Flame retardant.
8.5-mil premium black vinyl electrical tape. Offers
excellent adhesion and cold weather performance.
UL 510 Flame retardant.
8750 225 –>1x106 17/30 20/2,27.0/0,177 –
7-mil general purpose black vinyl electrical tape.
Good mechanical strength and abrasion resistance.
UL 510 Flame retardant.
–80 7000 >1x106 17/307.0/0,177 200 1.0 24/2,6
Scotch®
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Rubber Non-thermosetting
7-mil premium black vinyl electrical tape. Offers
excellent adhesion and cold weather performance.
UL 510 Flame retardant.
–80/
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8750 >1x106 15/267.0/0,177 250 – 28/3,0
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7.0/0,177
7-mil general purpose black vinyl electrical tape.
Good mechanical strength and abrasion resistance.
UL 510 Flame retardant.
7-mil general purpose black vinyl electrical tape.
Good mechanical strength and abrasion resistance.
UL 510 Flame retardant.
Scotch®
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3M™ EMI Shielding Tapes
3M™ EMI Shielding Tapes are designed for applications requiring
reliable point-to-point electrical contact, particularly EMI/RFI
shielding, grounding and static charge draining. The tapes are easily
die-cut and have a multitude of uses in electrical design and test
laboratories for prototyping, design and troubleshooting.
Available in copper, aluminum, embossed, and tin-plated
materials and with two (2) adhesive systems: solvent-resistant
acrylic and conductive acrylic.
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2.8 mil
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47oz/in
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3.5 mil
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25 lb/in
(44 N/10 mm)
N/A36 yds
2.8 mil
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47oz/in
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3.0 mil
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25 lb/in
(44 N/10 mm)
N/A36 yds
2.8 mil
(0,07 mm)
4.6 mil
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30 lb/in
(52 N/10 mm)
N/A –60 ydsAluminum foil, acrylic adhesive.425
4.5 mil
(0,114 mm)
52 oz/in
(5.6 N/10 mm)
6.0 mil
(0,152 mm)
40 lb/in
(70 N/10 mm)
N/A 0.006560 ydsAluminum foil, acrylic adhesive.1115B
1194
1125 Copper foil, acrylic adhesive.
Copper foil, nonconductive adhesive.
1 Conductive particles in the adhesive provide the electrically conductive path between the substrate and the backing.
2 The embossed pattern provides the electrically conductive path through the adhesive.
3 Multiple-length rolls and custom slit widths are available by special order.
Test methods:
4 ASTM D1000
5 Most 3M foil shielding tapes are UL Recognized ( )for flame retardancy per UL 510, Product Category OANZ 2, File E17385.
6 Resistance measured through the adhesive. MIL-STD-202 Method 307 maintained at 5 PSI (3,4 N/sq cm) measured over 1 sq in. surface area.
2.0 mil
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36 oz/in
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4.0 mil
(0,10 mm)
16 lbs/in
(28 N/10 mm)
0.00936 ydsAluminum foil, acrylic adhesive.1120
1.4 mil
(0,04 mm)
36 oz/in
(3.9N/10 mm)
3.5 mil
(0,088 mm)
25 lb/in
(44 N/10 mm)
0.00336 ydsCopper foil, acrylic adhesive.1126
2.0 mil
(0,05 mm)
35 oz/in
(3,8 N/10 mm)
3.2 mil
(0,08 mm)
20 lb/in
(35 N/10 mm)
0.01018 ydsAluminum foil, acrylic adhesive.1170
1.4
(0,04 mm)
35 oz/in
(3,8 N/10 mm)
2.6 mil
(0,07 mm)
25 lb/in
(44 N/10 mm)
0.00518 ydsCopper foil, acrylic adhesive.11181
1.4 mil
(0,05 mm)
35 oz/in
(3,8 N/10 mm)
3.5 mil
(0,09 mm)
25 lb/in
(44 N/10 mm)
0.01018 ydsCopper foil, acrylic adhesive1
on both sides.1182
1.4 mil
(0,04 mm)
35 oz/in
(3,8 N/10 mm)
2.6 mil
(0,07 mm)
25 lb/in
(44 N/10 mm)
0.00518 ydsTin-plated copper foil,
acrylic adhesive.11183
= Flame retardant. See page 14 for product specifications.
3M™ EMI Shielding Tapes
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CN-3490
CN-4190
CN-4490
X-7001
2191FR
CN-3190
1 Conductive particles in the adhesive provide the electrically conductive path between the substrate and the backing.
2 The embossed pattern provides the electrically conductive path through the adhesive.
3 Multiple-length rolls and custom slit widths are available by special order.
Test methods:
4 ASTM D 1000
5 Most 3M foil shielding tapes are UL Recognized ( )for flame retardancy per UL 510, Product Category OANZ 2, File E17385.
6 Resistance measured through the adhesive. MIL-STD-202 Method 307 maintained at 5 PSI (3,4 N/sq cm) measured over 1 sq in. surface area.
Embossed copper foil,
acrylic adhesive.21245
Embossed aluminum foil,
acrylic adhesive.2
Anti-corrosion metallized polyester
rip-stop fabric, acrylic adhesive.
Anti-corrosion, metallized nonwoven
fabric, acrylic adhesive.
Anti-corrosion, metallized polyester
rep-stop fabric, acrylic adhesive
both sides.
Anti-corrosion, metallized nonwoven
fabric, acrylic adhesive both sides.
Anti-corrosion, metallized polyester
fabric, acrylic adhesive both sides.
Anti-corrosion, metallized nonwoven
fabric, acrylic adhesive.
1267
Embossed tin-plated foil,
acrylic adhesive.21345
1.4 mil
(0,04 mm)
35 oz/in
(3,8 N/10 mm)
4.0 mil
(0,10 mm)
25 lb/in
(44 N/10 mm)
0.00118 yds
2.0 mil
(0,05 mm)
35 oz/in
(3,8 N/10 mm)
5.0 mil
(0,13 mm)
20 lb/in
(35 N/10 mm)
0.00518 yds
1.4 mil
(0,04 mm)
35 oz/in
(3,8 N/10 mm)
4.0 mil
(0,10 mm)
25 lb/in
(44 N/10 mm)
0.00118 yds
3.5 mil
(0,09 mm)
30 oz/in
(3.3 N/10 mm)
4.1 mil
(0,10 mm)
40 lb/in
(70 N/10 mm)
N/A 0.00554.5 yds
2.0 mil
(0,05 mm)
30 oz/in
(3.3 N/10 mm)
2.6 mil
(0,07 mm)
35 lbs/in
(61 N/10 mm)
N/A 0.00554.5 yds
3.5 mil
(0,09 mm)
40 oz/in
(4.4 N/10 mm)
4.7 mil
(0,12 mm)
40 lbs/in
(70 N/10 mm)
N/A 0.00554.5 yds
1.2 mil
(0,03 mm)
40 oz/in
(4.4 N/10 mm)
2.5 mil
(0,06 mm)
35 lbs/in
(61 N/10 mm)
N/A 0.005109.3 yds
2.0 mil
(0,05 mm)
60 oz/in
(16.6 N/10 mm)
5.0 mil
(0,13 mm)
35 lbs/in
(61 N/10 mm)
N/A
0.015
(over a
25x25
mm area)
0.015
(over a
25x25
mm area)
10.9 yds
5.2 mil
(0,13 mm)
20 oz/in
2.2 N/10 mm
5.6 mil
(0,14 mm)
60 lbs/in
105 N/ 10 mm

= Flame retardant. See page 14 for product specifications.
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Smooth foil backings with conductive adhesive
3M™ EMI Shielding Tapes 1170 (aluminum), 1181 (copper) and
1183 (tin-plated copper) are smooth-backed foil tapes that establish
secure electrical contact with the application surface by means of
a unique adhesive. Broadly distributed conductive particles in the
adhesive provide a multitude of low-resistance paths between the
backing and the substrate. (Figure 1)
Embossed foil backings
The backings of 3M™ Shielding Tapes 1245 (copper), 1267
(aluminum) and 1345 (tin-plated copper) are impressed with an
embossed pattern (Figure 2) that protrudes through the acrylic
adhesive to make direct electrical contact with the application
surface. This reliable “through-the-adhesive” conductivity system
provides stable contact resistance and a high level of shielding
effectiveness.
Tin-plated foil backings
The copper used in 3M EMI Shielding Tapes 1183 (smooth backing)
and 1345 (embossed backing) is plated on both sides with tin to
provide exceptional solderability and resistance to corrosion and
oxidation. The tapes are designed to remain conductive even
after oxidation.
Conductive adhesive on both sides
3M Shielding Tape 1182 is a copper foil tape coated on both sides
with conductive acrylic adhesive. This unique construction offers an
excellent method of grounding and bonding conductive surfaces. It
also exhibits low thermal resistance. Tape 1182 is supplied with a
removable liner on each side for ease of handling.
Smooth foil backing with nonconductive adhesive
3M Shielding Tape 1194 is a smooth-backed copper tape that
features the same high quality solvent-resistant, acrylic adhesive
as other 3M foil tapes. Good solderability makes it an economical
choice for applications like connector and cable shielding, grounding,
electrostatic shielding between transformer windings, outer
wrap for coils, and attachment of connector tabs on rolled film-andfoil capacitors.
Conductive fabric tape
3M Fabric Tape CN-3190 is an anti-corrosion polyester ripstop
fabric backing with an electrically conductive acrylic adhesive. It
provides effective copper-nickel shielding with excellent flexibility and
conformability as well as light weight and high strength.
Adhesive
Both the conductive and nonconductive versions use the same acidfree, corrosion-resistant acrylic resin.
Tape Construction
Figure 1 Smooth Backing with
Conductive Adhesive
Foil backing
cross section
High-strength
noncorrosive acrylic
adhesive
Unique
conductive
particles
Metal substrate
cross section
Embossed Backing with
“Through-the-Adhesive” Contact
Foil backing
cross section
High-strength
noncorrosive acrylic
adhesive
Metal-to-metal
contact
Metal substrate
cross section
Figure 2
520/35 15/1,7 5Film
Features
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(N
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anti-static conductive polymer adhesive.
General-use utility tape, 1-mil clear polyester film backing,
anti-static conductive polymer adhesive. With preprinted
static symbol.
520/35Film 515/1,7
40
40PR
General Use/Antistatic
Re mo ve fr om st ain
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Static Charge
Generation at 50% RH
3M™ Specialty Tapes
These tapes have a multitude of uses in component design
and manufacturing as well as to support the insulation
of components.
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Features
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Ad he siv
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To tal
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designed to allow thorough penetration of the
impregnating resin inside bobbin-wound coils.
4.0/0,102130Acrylic1157R
UL Listed in UL File E129200, Product Category OANZ
CSA Certified in CSA File LR48769, Product Class 9052-02
Specification Tape Number Type
For use at temperatures not to exceed 130°C 44, 44D-A, 44HT, 44T-A, 55 Composite Film
1 Epoxy Film
5, 54, 56, 57, 58, 74, 75, 1098-1, 1318-1, 1350F-1, Polyester Film
1350F-2, 1351-1
46, 1039, 1046, 1339 Filament Reinforced
For use at temperatures not to exceed 150°C 27, 79 Glass Cloth
For use at temperatures not to exceed 155°C Super 10, Super 20 Epoxy Film
1139 Filament Reinforced
1205 Polyimide Film
For use at temperatures not to exceed 180°C 92, 92-2, 1093, 1218 Polyimide Film
For use at temperatures not to exceed 200°C 69 Glass Cloth
Specification Tape Number Type
CSA 22.2 No. 197 – For use as electrical insulation up 22, 1710 PVC Insulating Tape
to 1000 volts at temperatures not to exceed 80°C
For use as electrical insulation up to 1000 volts at Super 33+™, 35, Super 88 PVC Insulating Tape
temperatures not to exceed 105°C
Specification Tape Number Type
UL 510 – For use as electrical insulation up to 22, 33, Super 33+™, 35, Super 88, 1700, 1710 PVC Insulating Tape
600 volts and 80°C
Flame Retardancy – The following tapes meet the 22, 33, Super 33+™, 35, Super 88, 1700, 1710 PVC Insulating Tape
flame retardancy requirements of UL 510
Product Shelf Life
All 3M™ Electrical Tapes have a 5-year shelf life (excluding 40 Tape) following the date of manufacture. It is 3M’s standard procedure to ship any
product with at least two years of its shelf life remaining. Any special request for a specific shelf life requirement may require a larger-than-stated
minimum order quantity (MOQ) that justifies a non-scheduled product run. Contact your 3M sales representative for specific shelf life and minimum
order quantity requirements. (No product returns will be accepted on special shelf life request orders.)
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Industry Specifications
Scotch® Vinyl Electrical Tapes / 3M™ Tartan™ and Temflex™ Vinyl Electrical Tapes
3M Electrical Insulating Tapes for Electrical Device Applications
UL Recognized components in UL File E17385, product Category OANZ2
Military
Specification Previously Known As Tape Number Type
A-A-59770A (Type MFT 2.5) MIL-15126F 54, 56 Polyester Film
A-A-59770A (Type MFT 3.5) MIL-15126F 57, 58 Polyester Film
A-A-59770A (Type MF 2.5) MIL-15126F 5, 1318-1, 1350F-1, 1351-1 Polyester Film
A-A-59770A (Type ACT) MIL-15126F 11, 28 Acetate Cloth
A-A-59770A (Type GFT) MIL-15126F 90 Glass Cloth
MIL-I-19166C 69 Glass Cloth
A-A-59474C, Type 1, Class 1 MIL-23594C 60 PTFE Film
A-A-59474C, Type 2, Class 1 MIL-23594C 62 Bondable PTFE Film
A-A-55809 15, 22, Super 33+™, 35, Super 88 Vinyl
Standard Lengths* Tape Number
16 meters (18 yards) 1170, 1181, 1182, 1183, 1245, 1267, 1345
18 meters (20 yards) 1710
20 meters (22 yards) 22, 33, Super 33+™, 35, Super 88
33 meters (36 yards) 22, 33, Super 33+™, 44T-A, 60, 61, 62, 63, 69, 75, Super 88, 92, 92-2, 1093, 1115B, 1120, 1125,
1126, 1194, 1205, 1218, 1700, 1710
45 meters (49 yards) 44D-A
55 meters (60 yards) 12, 16, Super 10, Super 20, 27, 46, 79, 90, 425, 1039, 1046, 1076, 1139, 1339, 9755
66 meters (72 yards) 1, 5, 11, 28, 40, 54, 55, 56, 57, 58, 74, 1098-1, 1318-1, 1350F-1, 1350F-2, 1351-1
82 meters (90 yards) 44, 44HT
Slitting
Precision slitting ± 0.005” (0.127 mm) may be available for some tapes upon request. The minimum width for this service is 0.125” and the
maximum width is 2.000”. Standard slitting tolerances are dependent on the type of backing. All tapes have a width tolerance of ± 1/64”,
with the exception of some polyesters, vinyl, acetate and glass cloth which have a tolerance of ± 1/32”.
Printing Options
There are five available methods for imprinting tapes: Ink Jet, Hand Stamping/Hot Stamping, Letterpress, Flexographic, and Offset. All 3M™
Electrical Tapes are printable by hot stamping. Some tapes in the 3M line are more suited for the other methods. Printer converters who print with
flexography should contact their 3M sales representative to determine the tapes that are suitable for this printing method.
* Other tape lengths may be available; contact your 3M sales representative or Customer Service for information.
† These tape charts are intended to serve as comparative guides for tape selection purposes. All property values shown are typical and are not intended for
specification purposes. They are based on tests performed in accordance with ASTM D1000, except Electrolytic Corrosion Factor, which is a 3M test method
available on request. Proposed specifications detailing maximum and minimum values are also available on request.
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3M™ Electrical Tapes
Tape Dimensions
Tape Adhesives
Thermosetting Rubber (RT): Thermosetting rubber adhesives have high
initial adhesion and electrical purity. When properly thermoset, a rubberresin adhesive system is designed to provide more aggressive adhesion
and bonding, higher solvent resistance and higher heat resistance.
Acrylic (A): Acrylic adhesives have high solvent resistance and do
not require pre-baking or thermosetting because they are made from
synthetic polymers specifically formulated to resist heat, oxidation,
solvents and oils, and exhibit acceptable performance in many
applications without a cure cycle.
Silicone (ST): Silicone adhesive systems are perfect for high
temperature applications because they have exceptional heat resistance,
are inorganic, require higher temperatures for the thermosetting reaction,
and, if burned, leave a nonconductive residue.
Important Note: Before using any 3M products, you should review the
product label and/or Safety Data Sheet.
Other 3M™ Tape Solutions
Customer Plant Survey: 3M will provide a technically trained sales
professional who can survey your plant, manufacturing procedures,
equipment and tapes, and suggest ways to improve your product cost
effectiveness and make your plant more efficient – all at no cost to you.
Ask your 3M representative for more details.
Recommended Thermosetting Time & Temperatures for Adhesive Systems
Time Rubber-Resin Acrylic Silicon
1 hour 150°C (300°F) 150°C (300°F) –
2 hours 135°C (275°F) 135°C (275°F) –
3 hours 120°C (250°F) 120°C (250°F) 260°C (500°F)
24 hours – – 260°C (500°F)
(for maximum solvent resistance)
ISO 9002 Registration
The 3M facilities which manufacture the insulating and conductive tapes
in this publication have been registered by Underwriters Laboratories,
Inc. to the International Standards Organization (ISO) 9002 quality
management system standard. For the customer, registration provides
proof of the quality of suppliers’ systems. For companies with numerous
manufacturing sites, such as 3M, ISO registration provides a consistent
and efficient method of standardization. Prior to actual use, the product
label and/or Material Safety Data Sheet should be reviewed.
Log Only Products
The following 3M™ Tapes are not available in slit rolls: 12, 16,
44D-A, 44T-A, 55, 92-2, 1093, 1157R, 1206, 1318, 1350F, 1350T
and 1351. These products must be purchased through an authorized
slitter/distributor.
Industry Standard Test Methods
This publication is a comparative guide for tape selection purposes. All
property values shown are typical and are not intended for specification
purposes. With the exception of Electrolytic Corrosion Factor, which is a
3M Test Method available on request, the properties are based on tests
performed in accordance with recognized industry standard procedures:
• IEC 60454 Specification for pressure-sensitive adhesive tapes for
electrical purposes Part 2: Methods of Test
• ASTM-D1000 Test methods for pressure-sensitive adhesive-coated
tapes used for electrical and electronic applications
Proposed specifications detailing maximum and minimum values are
also available.
Other Quality 3M Electrical Products
3M makes exceptional high-temperature flexible insulation products,
heat shrink tubing and molded shapes, liquid resins and wire
management products for electrical and electronic applications.
For complete information, go to www.3M.com/electrical/oem.
About 3M™ Insulating and Conductive Tapes
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3M ThermaVolt Calendared Inorganic Insulating Paper
3M ThermaVolt Calendared Insulating Paper is an inorganic-based
paper developed to meet the high performance required for use in
high-temperature, dry-type transformers. It offers good dielectric
characteristics and thermal conductivity – making it especially suitable
for use as interwinding insulation in strip-wound coils. It also has been
designed for use as major ground insulation in electrical insulation
systems up to Class N (200˚ C).
3M CeQUIN I and II Inorganic Insulating Paper, Laminates
and Boards
3M CeQUIN Inorganic Insulating Paper is 3M’s highest inorganic-content
paper; comprised primarily of glass fibers and microfibers, inorganic
fillers, and less than 10% organic materials. It is capable of performance
at temperature peaks up to 250°C and is a highly flexible paper. This
paper has found a wide variety of uses over the years including use as
interwinding insulation for foil wound dry-type transformers.
3M TufQUIN 110 Hybrid Insulating Paper
3M TufQUIN 110 Hybrid Insulating Paper is a flexible, conformable
paper which has physical toughness in the form of high tensile strength
and excellent tear resistance. TufQUIN 110 paper offers good dielectric
characteristics and thermal conductivity in conjunction with hightemperature performance.
3M Thermal Shield PPS Non-Woven Insulating Paper
3M Thermal Shield PPS Non-Woven Insulating Paper is designed for
use in applications requiring long-term exposure to high temperatures.
The paper is resistant to some chemicals including oils, solvents, and
most acids and bases. Thermal Shield paper can be used in a variety of
applications without drying. Thermal Shield paper may be laminated to
polyester film or resin coated to help enhance its performance.
3M Flexible Insulation Products also are available in laminate form,
as two-ply and three-ply using polyester film. Ask your 3M sales
representative or authorized distributor for details.
Voltage Endurance
3M Inorganic Insulating Materials retain a high percentage of
dielectric strength even after extended exposure to high operating
temperatures. They also will exhibit greater voltage endurance
under continuous electrical stress than many other electrical
insulation materials, helping improve equipment reliability.
Thermal Conductivity
The high thermal conductivity of inorganic papers helps achieve
the heat dissipation required in today’s high-efficiency electrical
apparatus, allowing the design of smaller, more cost-effective
equipment.
Varnish Absorption
The good varnish absorption characteristics of inorganic paper can
enhance its already high thermal conductivity, allowing equipment
to run cooler, quieter, and last longer.
Low Moisture Absorption
Manufactured with less than 1% moisture content, inorganic papers
exhibit low moisture absorption even in humid environments. This
gives them dimensional stability and reduces the need for extended
drying cycles.
3M™ Flexible Insulation is recommended for:
• Ground, phase and interwinding insulation for
dry-type transformers
• Slot, phase and wedge insulation for electric
motors and generators
• Flame barrier insulation for appliances
• Collars for voice coils used in loudspeakers
• Lens wrap cushioning for eye glass lens production
• Wire and cable wrap
• Specialty paper base for tamper-proof labels
3M™ Flexible Insulation Products
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Warranty; Limited Remedy; Limited Liability.
3M’s product warranty is stated in its Product Literature available upon request.
3M MAKES NO OTHER WARRANTIES INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, ANY IMPLIED
WARRANTY OF MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. If
these products are defective within the warranty period stated above, your exclusive
remedy shall be, at 3M’s option, to replace or repair the 3M product or refund the
purchase price of the 3M product. Except where prohibited by law, 3M will not be
liable for any indirect, special, incidental or consequential loss or damage arising
from these 3M products, regardless of the legal theory asserted.
3M, Scotch, Super 33+, Tartan and Temflex are trademarks of 3M Company.
are registered trademarks of Underwriters Laboratories, Incorporated.
is a registered trademark of Canadian Standards Association.
Important Notice
Before using these products, you must evaluate them and determine if they are suitable for
your intended application. You assume all risks and liability associated with such use.
Please recycle. Printed in USA.
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