Polyamide Hot Melt (100)

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A polyamide-based hot melt that has low water absorption and can handle temperatures up to 212°F (100°C).
  • Utilized for blocking against water, oils, and most fluids
  • Ideal to pair with polyolefin, PVC, or EVA-type heat shrinkable tubing
  • Creates no corrosion of copper and aluminum metal substrates

Material Specification No. 8205

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Details

The polyamide hot melt is a water blocking material that is ideal for applications exposed to fluids.

This hot melt is a polyamide polymer material that creates no corrosion of copper and aluminum metal substrates. The polyamide hot melt is ideal to pair with polyolefin, PVC, or EVA-type tubing to create a water blocking heat shrink solution. The polyamide hot melt is installed with a standard heat gun, and can handle temperatures up to 212°F (100°C).


Specifications

Polyamide Hot Melt (100)

REACH Compliant
RoHS RoHS-10
Water Absorption 0.5% maximum
Elongation 350%
Material Thickness 0.012"
Minimum Operating Temperature -67 ° F (-55 ° C )
Maximum Operating Temperature 212 ° F (100 ° C )

Available Attributes

Material Color Amber

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