Magnetic Tape Eclipse
Strontium ferrite in thermo-plastic binder. Max. operating temperature 80°C.
Magnetic on 1 face only.
Can be cut with scissors.
All supplied with standard acrylic adhesive. FM652, FM663, FM664, FM665 are also available with premium acrylic or foam adhesive.
Flexible magnetic tape is a thin extruded material comprising ofstrontium ferrite magnetic powder within a thermo-plastic binder. The flexible magnetic rubber tape (as it is also known) will attract to magnetically receptive surfaces such as mild steel, ferromagnetic stainless steel and other high magnetic permeability materials (e.g. iron). It is usually magnetised on one face only (multiple pole across the width), and can attract to itself, but only the mating versions give perfect alignment.
The flexible magnetic rubber tapes have a maximum recommended operating temperature of +80 degrees C – above this temperature the thermo-plastic (rubber) binder starts to soften causing a demagnetisation as the magnetic domains realign to cancel themselves out.
The flexible magnetic tape is mainly used with itself or with steel tape. The combination of magnetic tape and steel tape is used in applications such as Secondary Glazing conversions and Magnetic Fly Screens. The steel tape, existing with adhesive backing, can be fixed to a surface to allow magnets, such as the magnetic rubber tape to be attached to it and easily removed afterwards as required.
The magnetic tape comes in a variety of thicknesses and widths.
• The 0.5mm thick magnetic tape has a pull rating of 28 grams per square centimetre.
• The 0.75mm thick magnetic tape has a pull rating of 44 grams per square centimetre.
• The 1.5mm thick magnetic tape has a pull rating of 28 grams per square centimetre.
|Product Number||Length (m)||Width (mm)||Thickness (mm)||Weight (kg)||Pull Force (g/cm2)||Units per Pack||Pull Force (oz/ft2)|
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EM884-R, FM660, FM661, FM662, FM663, FM664, FM665, FM652