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They are woven in plain and twill weaves, and one or both the selvedges can be reinforced – the so-called hems. They are produced in the widths of 10 – 60 mm and thicknesses from 0.08 up to 0.50 mm.
In addition to their thickness, the most important factor is the class of thermal resistance, determined by the employed material.
The insulating tapes are made of polyester (thermal resistance class F) and glass fibres (thermal resistance class H), less often of cotton. Recently, special quartz and aramid fibres are used. The insulating tapes are used in electric engineering purposes, heat insulation, and for composite products.
The minimum quantity for commissioning is 2,000 m from the width and design. For higher orders, we are able to provide volume discounts.