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Compolam XRL 2000 Laminates - Metal-clad PEEK 
Durable thermoplastic laminates that perform reliably in harsh environments

Compolam - space - no outgassing - PEEK has good radiation resistance
Compolam XRL 2000 - PCB for medical application - chemical resistant PCB - raditation resistant PCB - Xray transparant
Compolam XRL - de-icing heater circuit - high temperature PCB - electrical circuit in jet engine - wire harness - hydraulic fluid resitant material
Compolam XRL2000 - PEEK with steel - chemical resistant PCB - PCB material for oil and gas - deep hole drilling - electronics in oil and gas - corrosion barrier
Compolam XRL 2000 - PCB for harsh environment - defense - light weight wire harness - lightning strike protection - deicing heater

Unique characteristics of XRL 2000 laminates

Compolam XRL 2000 - high temperature PCB - high temperature heating circuit - high temperature shielding

Up to 260°C operating temperature

XRL 2000 metal-clad laminates are based on PEEK and can withstand continuous operating temperatures up to 260°C.  Short peak temperatures up to 330°C are acceptable.   The melting point of PEEK is 341°C.  Unlike thermoset materials, thermoplastic materials are not irreversibly damaged when overshooting the maximum use temperature for a short period of time.  

Traditional metal-clad dielectric materials are typically designed to withstand max. temperatures in the range of 125 - 150°C for continuous operation.  Although polyimide can withstand temperatures well above 300°C, polyimide-based metal-clad materials can typically be used at a maximum temperature in the range of 150-175°C, with the exception of some very special formulations that withstand up to 200°C.

Compolam XRL 2000 - high chemical resistance PCB - high chemical resistant heater circuit - high chemical resistant shielding - very low moisture absorption

Great chemical resistance - chemically inert

PEEK is famous for its exceptional chemical resistance.  It resists an exceptionally wide range of solvents, alkalines, and acids.  

Compolam XRL 2000 - radiation resitant PCB - radiation resistant heater circuit - radiation resistant shielding - X-ray transparancy

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

Key Features:

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

Compolam XRL 2000 - high temperature PCB - chemical resistant PCB - copper clad PEEK - LHT
Compolam XRL 2000 - high temperature flexible heater - polyimide heater circuit - flexible

Our expertise and manufacturing capabilities allow us to make the laminate that fits your application

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