Kapton - insulated extension cables

Description

TC - Type

Item Number

KK-610-2K-0,2M

NiCr-Ni

2-2200-00012

KK-610-2K-0,5M

NiCr-Ni

2-2200-00013

 

Kapton, a kind of polyimide material, has very similar chemical properties like PTFE/PFA/ECTFE/FEP. Unlike PTFE/PFA/ECTFE/FEP, Kapton can be processed to very thin foils of very high tensile strength. It has almost no fluidity, but a high elasticity.

Kapton can practically not be glued to other materials. Like glass fibre-insulated cables Kapton-insulated cables are mainly used for high temperatures in a dry environment. They have excellent electrical and mechanical properties. Cables should be laid firmly as a standard and flexibly as an exception. Tensile stress cannot be tolerated. They are not suited for permanent bending and kinks must be avoided during installation.

 

Temperature range:

feaid firmly -40...+320°C


laid flexibly -25...+220°C


short-term up to +380°C

Burning properties:

flameproof,

no corrosive gases

It is recommended to obey the following minimum bending radii:

Flexible laying:

10 x outside diameter

Firm laying:

6 x outside diameter


Insulation Single Conductor

C = Cerafi ( Ceramic fibre )
G = Glass fibre
K = Kapton ( Polyimid )
P = PVC ( Polyvinyl Chloride )
R = Refrasil ( Quartz fibre )
S = Silicon
T = PTFE/PFA/ECTFE/FEP

 Other Sheath

C = Cerafi ( Ceramic fibre )
G = Glass fibre
K = Kapton ( Polyimid )
P = PVC ( Polyvinyl Chloride )
R = Refrasil ( Quartz fibre )
S = Silicon
T = PTFE/PFA/ECTFE/FEP