Compolam XRL 2000 Laminates - Metal-clad PEEK
Durable thermoplastic laminates that perform reliably in harsh environments
Traditional laminated materials break down or delaminate
when exposed to harsh working environments
What if your application requires operating at >200°C (500°F) or is exposed to severe thermal shocks?
Traditional dielectric materials are typically designed to withstand 150 - 175°C for continuous operation and 2 - 4 °C/sec. temperature gradient
What if your application requires outstanding resistance to moisture and complex chemicals?
The properties of traditional dielectric materials and plastics can be affected by humidity, or when exposed to solvents, to acids or bases, to caustic or electrolytic fluids
What if exposure to radiation is inherent to your application?
Gamma radiation causes heavy oxidation of traditional dielectric materials and plastics. Their properties deteriorate rapidly.
Traditional materials may cause optical artifacts in X-ray applications
For your most challenging and hostile conditions
Compolam XRL 2000 Laminates
are your choice
Up to 260°C continuous operating temperature
Chemically inert - No outgassing
Extreme low moisture absorption
Great resistance to gamma radiation
Halogen-free - Inherent fire retardant
High dielectric breakdown - Recyclable
(Flexible) Printed Circuit Board
Wire harness - (Flexible) Heater circuit
Corrosion protection - EMI-EMC Shielding
Actuators - Sensors - RFID tag
Packaging - AFP laminate - Insulation