Aluminum Polyimide Film
Aluminum polyimide films are metalized polyimides formed by sputtering or laminating metal aluminum, which makes it conductive on one side and insulative on the other. It has excellent heat resistance, mechanical and chemical stability and is radiation resistant.
Aluminum polyimide films are a high performance, high-temperature resistant polyimide film. The film is insulative on one side and conductive on the other. It not only has the characteristics of polyimide film, such as heat resistance, mechanical/chemical stability, radiation resistance, and being self-extinguishing, it also has very high thermal conductivity, reflectivity and EMI shielding.
It is used in a number of applications, including as a first surface mirror for multilayer insulation (MLI) blankets, in EMI shielding, in electromagnetic shielding tape and for flexible etching wire.