Kapton® label stocks endure the most hostile environments without overlamination.
The resistive tolerance of DuPont™ Kapton® RS polyimide film, along with DuPont silver and other specialty conductor pastes, allows for better thermal control, protecting the device from overheating while enabling fast heat up time, delivering radiant heat quickly to the patient.
As a custom developer for NASA, L’Garde was charged with developing and deploying the largest solar sail ever constructed to demonstrate the value of “propellantless propulsion” – the act of using photons from the sun to push a craft through space.
The winding wire primary insulation system hinges on Kapton® FN polyimide film. Very, thin yet very resistant, Kapton® ensures extended functionality and longevity of the engines.
Aircraft insulation systems must meet rigid industry requirements regarding fire resistance, durability and weight. The ability of Kapton® polyimide film to withstand both high and low temperature extremes makes it an excellent material for use in space satellite applications.
Kapton® polyimide film provides high temperature durability together with a thin insulation making it possible to use more copper in the motor, thus allowing more power and increased reliability.
P&H Minepro reports that the water resistance, performance at high temperatures, and space savings of Kapton® polyimide film are helping extend the service life of its products.
Operating for 24 hours a day, the reversing mill with regenerative braking puts excessive strain on the insulation system, Kapton® used as the conductor insulation keeps the mill running.
For a group of 12th grade students at the Twin Valley High School in Elverson, Pennsylvania, the capstone project of their senior year engineering program was the development of a cell phone case that could protect the phone’s battery in cold temperatures.