Electrical insulating crepe paper and polyester tape (Mylar tape) are two different types of electrical insulation materials used for various applications.
Electrical insulating crepe paper is a highly flexible and strong insulation material made from pure cellulose fibers. It is used as an insulation and protective covering for various electrical components such as transformers, capacitors, and cables. The crepe paper provides excellent thermal insulation, good dielectric strength, and resistance to oils, acids, and other chemicals.
Polyester tape, also known as Mylar tape, is made from a thin layer of polyester film coated with an acrylic adhesive. It is used for a wide range of applications such as electrical insulation, cable and wire wrapping, and general purpose bonding. The Mylar tape provides excellent tensile strength, high dielectric strength, and resistance to moisture, solvents, and other chemicals.