Electrical insulating crepe paper polyester tape, also known as polyester film mylar tape, is a type of insulating tape made from a combination of polyester film and crepe paper. The crepe paper provides excellent electrical insulation, while the polyester film adds mechanical strength and resistance to tearing.
This type of tape is commonly used for insulating electrical components such as transformers, motors, and capacitors. It can also be used for general purpose splicing and insulation applications where high strength and durability are required.
The combination of crepe paper and polyester film makes the tape resistant to moisture, oil, and most chemicals, making it suitable for use in harsh environments. It is available in various widths and thicknesses to meet different application requirements.