Mounting tape 3205Electrically conductive mounting tape for conductivity and EMI shielding
A double-sided self-adhesive transfer tape for mounting purposes. This tape can be applied much more quickly than a conductive glue and it is easy to position it very accurately. No time is required for curing (for the pressure-sensitive version). For lower resistance and/or to fill in gaps on a rough surface, we recommend Shieldokit electrically conductive two-component adhesive (see Conductive glue)
3205 Conductive adhesive is especially useful where it is required to bond conductive materials together, while at the same time maintaining electrical conductance from one material to the other through the bond.
Method of application
Apply the tape to one of the surfaces to be bonded. Use firm pressure to ensure intimate contact to the surface. If possible allow up to 15 minutes for the bond to develop before removing the paper interliner. apply the second bonding surface to the adhesive layer, again using firm pressure.
Note: Bonding surfaces should be clean & dry.
Electrically conductive mounting tape can be cut in any width.
Stability of 3205
3205 will withstand long term exposure (up to 20.000 hours) at temperatures up to 130°C. The acrylic adhesive is uv resistant and is unaffected by exposure to sunlight or humidity. Note: When laminated to conductive substrates such as metal foils and conductive fabrics/non-wovens the adhesive strength of the laminated product may vary slightly from that stated above due to different substrate rigidities.
(with conductive adhesive)
(with standard adhesive)
|Base material||Silicone release paper|
|Total thickness||0.050 mm|
|Adhesive||Electrically conductive acrylic|
|Adhesive performance||5.5 N/cm|
|Temperature resistance||Standard -20℃ up to +130℃
Short term up to 180℃
|Shelf life||6 months from date of delivery|
|Storage||Cool and dry in original packaging at 23℃ +/- 2℃ and 50% Relative Humidity +/- 2% RH|
|Standard roll widths (mm)||10, 25, 50, 100|
|Roll lengths||66 m|
|These values are measured under laboratory conditions.
In other situations results may differ; please read our Guarantee.