Glass cloth: flexible and strong tape
Glass cloth tapes have high tensile strength and tear resistance while remaining flexible and conformable. Since they are also temperature resistant, they can be used in extreme temperature conditions.
This thick tape has good dielectric strength and can be impregnated with an insulating resin to further enhance protection. Its primary use is for electrical insulation.
A more affordable glass cloth tape for intermediate temperature requirements
This tape is coated with an acrylic adhesive compound, which is less expensive than a silicone adhesive, but it has lower heat resistance.
Therefore, it is intended for intermediate applications that do not require large temperature increases.
If you are looking for a product with higher temperature resistance, we recommend using C0201B, which is the C0109B’s equivalent but with silicone adhesive (rated H, 180°C continuous).
Resistant to chemicals, oils and solvents
Glass fabrics with acrylic adhesive are particularly resistant to hydraulic fluids and oils, as well as fuels, various solvents and chemicals.
Flame resistant tape
This adhesive tape is UL 510 certified, which means that it has non-flame propagating properties. It is therefore suitable for markets where this certification is required.