Solar panels use a unique welding material called tin-plated copper strip (also known as tinned copper tape). Alternative names for it include conductive tape, combustion tape, and photovoltaic welding tape. Additionally to some corrosion resistance, it offers good solderability.
Tin electrodeposits are largely utilised for practical objectives, such as offering a degree of protection or corrosion resistance to a variety of goods. Tin is incredibly economical and is frequently used to give copper a first coat.
When a matte or drab appearance is desired, a whitish-grey colour produced by tin electrodeposits is ideal. If greater shine is desired, it can also provide a bright, metallic appearance. Due to tin’s reasonable level of conductivity, tin plating is important in the production of many electrical components.
The Global Tin Plated Copper Strip market accounted for $XX Billion in 2021 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2030, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2022 to 2030.
The 3M Conductive Tin Plated Copper Foil Tape 33316 has a copper foil backing and an aggressive, electrically conductive acrylic adhesive.
This tape is made of a highly pliable, zero-tempered, high-tensile copper foil that is covered with tin on both sides for superior corrosion protection. The tape is appropriate for electrical and industrial applications, including EMI/RFI shielding.
It is excellent for a huge variety of industrial and electrical applications since the electrolytic grade, zero temper, high tensile copper is so pliable and the corrosion-resistant tin coating takes solder.
Despite being quite aggressive and providing great adherence and wet-out even on textured and low surface energy substrates, the 1.5 mil electrically conductive, pressure sensitive acrylic glue is relatively thin and is not electrically conductive.
This material combination is perfect for shielding against EMI/RFI and static discharge applications, such as the creation and maintenance of printed circuit boards. A release liner makes for quick release and effective processing.
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