High-Temperature Dicing Tape on Release Liner

CAPLINQ is pleased to announce PIT2S-RL, its newest poly­imide tape intro­duc­tion designed as a no-residue High Tem­per­a­ture Mount­ing Tape on PET Release Liner.

LINQTAPE™ PIT2S-RL-Series Poly­imide Tape is a high-tem­per­a­ture resis­tant poly­imide tape on a 2mil PET Release Lin­er. It is designed pri­mar­i­ly for high tem­per­a­ture tem­po­rary bond­ing appli­ca­tions and it removes clean­ly with­out adhe­sive residue after expo­sure to heat or chem­i­cals. It may also be used in elec­tri­cal insu­la­tion applications
that require Class H Tape grade.

LINQTAPE™PIT2S-RL-Series Poly­imide™ Tape pro­vides an excel­lent bal­ance of elec­tri­cal, mechan­i­cal, ther­mal, and chem­i­cal prop­er­ties over a wide range of tem­per­a­tures. It has enhanced strength for punc­ture and tear resis­tance and can be used in appli­ca­tions that may see inter­mit­tent tem­per­a­tures up to 260°C (500°F). LINQTAPE™PIT2S-RL-Series Poly­imide Tape comes as a stan­dard in 36 yard (33m) lengths of vary­ing widths, but longer rolls may be avail­able upon request.

Tech­ni­cal datasheet is avail­able here.

High Tem­per­a­ture Dic­ing Tape*
Prod­uct SKU 1 — 2 roll 3 — 9 roll 10 — 24 roll 25 — roll
PIT2S-RL/101.6 (for 6″ wafers) $139.79 $107.87 $95.16 $95.16
PIT2S-RL/203.2 (for 8″ wafers) $279.58 $215.74 $190.32 $180.10
PIT2S-RL/254 (for 10″ wafers) $349.48 $269.67 $237.90 $237.90
PIT2S-RL/304.8 (for 12″ wafers) $419.38 $323.60 $285.48 $285.48
PIT2S-RL/510 (20″ width) $698.97 $539.34 $475.80 $475.80
*Price is in USD per roll

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About Chris Perabo

Chris is an energetic and enthusiastic engineer and entrepreneur. He is always interested in taking highly technical subjects and distilling these to their essence so that even the layman can understand. He loves to get into the technical details of an issue and then understand how it can be useful for specific customers and applications. Chris is currently the Director of Business Development at CAPLINQ.

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