Nomex® molded parts also in self-adhesive design.Müller Ahlhorn
Ahlhorn | 04.03.2011
In many areas of the electrical and electronics industry, punched and molded parts are made from the aramid paper Nomex manufactured by DuPont® used in types 410, 411, and 414.
The paper is installed in housings as insulation or used in transformers as layer insulation.
In many cases, these Nomex parts were attached by manufacturing workers with liquid adhesives, adhesive tapes or transfer adhesives to do the insulation tasks.
The Dr. Dietrich Müller GmbH, leading converter from well-known brands such as Nomex®, Mylar®, Ultem®, Norton TH®, Pertinax®, Hostaphan®, and Lexan®, is able to make even complex molded and stamped parts self-adhesive and to make them available in an optimized manner for production.
Parts from Nomex® that are already self-adhesive simplify assembly in the production lines and thus save costs.
The adhesive films that are used can have different classes of insulation material, and silicone, rubber and acrylate-based adhesives are also possible.
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The Dr. Dietrich Müller GmbH has positioned itself worldwide as a manufacturer of electrical insulation materials, heat-conducting products, seals, and technical foils and has made a name for itself. Our customers come from almost all areas of the manufacturing industry.
For decades, our traditional markets have been the electrical and electronics industry, household appliance manufacturers, the automotive industry and aerospace technology.
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