Nomex parts in self-adhesive version.Müller Ahlhorn
Ahlhorn | 04.03.2011
Stamped and moulded parts of the DuPont Nomex® aramid paper of the types 410, 411 and 414 are used in many areas of the electrical and electronic industries.
The paper is installed in enclosures or used as insulation in transformers as an insulation layer.
In many cases, the parts have liquid adhesives, adhesive tapes and transfer adhesives applied to them by production workers to complete the insulation work.
Dr. Dietrich Müller GmbH is one of the leading converters of Nomex®, Mylar®, Ultem®, Norton TH®, Pertinax®, Hostaphan® and Lexan® and is able to supply even the most complex forms and stamped self-adhesive parts to optimise the manufacturing process of industrial products.
Parts, made of Nomex®, which are already self-adhesive, simplify the assembly process in the production lines and thus save costs.
The adhesive films that are used can have different insulation classes, materials such as silicone, rubber and adhesive acrylate are possible to use.
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