IEC 60454-3-11:2007 

Pressure-sensitive adhesive tapes for electrical purposes - Part 3: Specifications for individual materials - Sheet 11: Polyester film combinations with glass filament, creped cellulosic paper, polyester non-woven, epoxy and pressure-sensitive adhesive

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Abstract

IEC 60454-3-11:2007 contains the requirements for pressure-sensitive adhesive tapes, made with combined backings based on polyester film:
- PET film/glass filament combination tapes;
- Creped cellulosic paper/PET film combination tapes;
- PET film/polyester non-woven combination tapes;
- PET film/epoxy combination tapes.
This second edition of IEC 60454-3-11 replaces the first edition, published in 1998, as well as replacing IEC 60454-3-15 (2001), IEC 60454-3-16 (2003) and IEC 60454-3-17 (2001). It constitutes a technical revision. IEC 60454-3-15, IEC60454-3-16 and IEC 60454-3-17 are to be withdrawn at the time of this publication. The main changes with regard to the previous edition is the consolidation of Parts 3-11, 3-15, 3-16 and 3-17. Key words: pressure-sensitive adhesive tapes

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Publication typeInternational Standard
Publication date2007-05-10
Edition2.0
Available language(s)English, English/French
TC/SCTC 15 - Solid electrical insulating materialsrss
ICS29.035.20 - Plastics and rubber insulating materials
Stability date  2025
Pages28
File size1008 KB

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