Saint Gobain Glass Cloth Tape

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saint-gobain-glass-cloth-tapeCHR® Fiberglass, PTFE Coated or Laminated Glass Fabric Backed Tape

Saint-Gobain Performance Plastics offers a broad range of PSA tapes serving industrial and commercial users. Produced from a variety of film, fabric, metal, laminations or paper substrates with acrylic, silicone, or natural rubber adhesive systems, Saint-Gobain is uniquely able to produce outstanding, and sometimes proprietary products.

Our combined expertise in fabrics (CHEMFAB® Brand), films (NORTON® Brand), silicones (COHRlastic® Brand) and coatings gives you confidence in our team approach to providing solutions to critical applications.

Backing Substrates

Cloth-Glass 
Glass cloth offers excellent abrasion resistance and mechanical properties, as well as high tensile strength and extreme temperature resistance.  Service temperatures range from -100°F to +500°F (-73°C to +260°C).  Highly conformable and flexible, glass cloth has the unique ability to absorb insulating varnishes, which makes them an excellent choice in the electrical market.  Applications include electrical insulation, coil and motor wrappings, and general industrial applications.
Cloth-Glass PTFE 
PTFE glass provide dimensional stability, high tensile strength and edge tear, operates over a temperature range from -100°F to +500°F (-73°C to +260°C), and offers better abrasion resistance than uncoated glass cloth.  The PTFE surface offers quick release and chemical resistance characteristics.  Anti-static PTFE glass yields improved thermal conductivity and static dissipation.  Available with silicone or acrylic adhesives, PTFE glass applications include heat sealing and low friction release surface liners for conveyors.
Cloth-Glass Silicone 
Silicone glass provides temperature resistance from -85°F to +500°F (-62°C to +260°C) and exceptional tensile strength and abrasion resistance.  Applications include thermal spray, grit blasting, electrical and thermal insulation gaskets, heat sealing, and diaphragms.
Cloth-Glass Foil 
For applications requiring higher tear strengths, fiberglass laminated with aluminum is available.  Service temperatures range from -100°F to +500°F (-73°F to +260°C).