Polyimide Labels Tape

white kapton polyimide tape for thermal transfer labels

White polyimide label tape is a high temperature coated polyimide materials used for die-cut and printed barcode ID and tracking labels.

• Thermal Transfer Printable
• Matte or glossey white thermal transfer topcoat for easy readability
• 260°C short-term heat resistance


White polyimide label tape is a high temperature coated polyimide material used for die-cut and printed barcode ID and tracking labels.  

White thermal transfer polyimide tape can be die cut to meet your specific high-temperature labeling applications. Polyimide label substrates 

are known for their high heat resistant ability and are also sometimes referred to by the trade name KAPTON. Polyimide has the ability to

perform well in temperature ranges up to 400 degrees C. Polyimide labels have a very specific usage in harsh environments that would melt 

or destroy other types of labels. Also, our custom polyimide label material is lead-free, meeting all the requirements of RoHS and REACH.  

All of the material that comprises our polyimide labels are thermal transfer printable, and when using the correct ribbon still continue to 

display resistance to high heat, even in reflow and solder wave environments as experienced when identifying printed circuit boards (PCB).


Polyimide Labels Tape Specifications


White polyimide labels on pcb boards

Polyimide Labels Tape Applications 

PCB High Temperature Labels

Printed Circuit Boards (PCBs) are used to hold and connect electronic components and are found inside every electronic device. 

They are assembled in an automated process, where they are exposed to extreme heat and chemicals. During assembly, 

traceability of the PCB is vital– and this requires the use of identification and tracking labels. They maintain their physical 

integrity, and excellent heat-resistant topcoats ensure that tags remain legible when exposed to extreme temperatures and

chemicals. Identification and tracking labels are integralparts of the PCBs used in computers, telecommunications equipment,

consumer electronic goods, industrial equipment, medical instruments, 

automotive systems, military systems and aerospace engineering.

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