Z-3250-Tape™ is a Zippertubing-favorite solution. This EMI, RFI, and EMF shielding tape is one of the most versatile products offered. Having a corrosion resistant coating made of plated copper and nickel, Z-3250-Tape™ can be used in rugged conditions or environments. The polyester taffeta cloth is lightweight, flexible, and doesn’t flake with time. This electrical shielding tape has a conductive adhesive with a paper release liner which allows for easy and clean application. The secure adhesive closure creates a complete electrical shielding enclosure around any wire or cable.

Z-3250-Tape™ is the choice for shielding cable spices, wire connectors, or branch-outs from EMI, RFI and EMF. When installed with a 50% overlap, this product will accomplish a 98% shielding coverage, ensuring your wires and cables will not be compromised by damaging interferences.

Z-3250-Tape™ is offered in standard 1” and 2” widths, with custom thinner or wider options available upon request. Additionally, Z-3250-Tape™ is available in a five-foot roll on Amazon. The operational temperature range of Z-3250-Tape™ is -40°F to 250°F (-40°C to 121°C).

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