- High strength aluminum foil backing is durable and malleable to conform to uneven or irregular surfaces
- Acrylic adhesive features good "wetting out" capabilities to all surfaces
- Bonds extremely well to low surface energy materials and difficult textured surfaces
- Aluminum foil backing works well for EMI/RFI shielding applications
- Performs continuously over an extremely wide temperature range from 0°F/-18°C to 225°F/107°C
3M™ Conductive Aluminum Foil Tape 3302 is a high strength, dead soft aluminum foil coated tape with a specially formulated conductive pressure sensitive acrylic adhesive system. The tape features good adhesion, malleability and adhesive conductivity to allow for extremely low resistance and to make this an excellent shielding tape for EMI and RI shielding applications in the electronics industry.
Coated with an aggressive conductive acrylic adhesive system that bonds well to a diverse selection of materials
High Strength Aluminum Foil Tape
3M™ Conductive Aluminum Foil Tape 3302
(PDF, 23.87 Mb) is a 2 mil aluminum foil backed tape consisting of a high strength, dead soft aluminum foil backing and a conductive acrylic adhesive. This tape resists flame, moisture, weather, UV degradation and many chemicals. It is a thermally conductive tape ideal for heating and cooling efficiency. It helps reflect heat and light and is malleable to conform to irregular or uneven surfaces. This tape is a durable option for conductive applications and EMI and RFI shielding applications in the electronics industry. A wide temperature range (from 0°F/-18°C to 225°F/107°C) allows this tape to be used in a variety of low and high temperature applications.
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- Printed circuit manufacture and repair
- Shielding applications in the electronics industry
- Low level EMI and RFI shielding applications
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Conductive Adhesive that "Wets Out"
3M™ Conductive Aluminum Foil Tape 3302 is coated with an aggressive conductive acrylic adhesive system that bonds well to a diverse selection of materials, including low surface energy materials and those with difficult textures. It has good "wetting out" capabilities to all surfaces. This tape is mounted on a glassing paper release liner to help preserve the adhesive prior to adhesion and assist in the application of the tape. Once bonded, this tape provides a thermally conductive bond that is ideal for heating and cooling efficiency.