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  • APICAL : Polyimide Film CONTENTS

    Description APICAL AV

    Grade Physical Properties Tensile Stress Strain Curves Stress Relaxation and Creep Isotropy of Tensile Modulus Thermal Properties Thermal Aging Dimensional Stability Electrical Properties Chemical Properties Alkaline Resistance Adhesion Properties APICAL AF

    Grade Physical Properties Thermal Properties Electrical Properties Chemical Properties APICAL NP

    Grade Physical Properties Isotropy of Tensile Modulus Thermal Properties Dimensional Stability - 1 - Dimensional Stability - 2 - Electrical Properties Chemical Properties Alkaline Resistance COMPARISON DATA

    APICAL DIVISION KANEKA TEXAS CORPORATION

    6161 Underwood Road Pasadena,TX 77507 800-222-8128 Phone: 281-447-0755 Fax:281-291-2110 www.kanekatexas.com DISCLAIMER: Although all statements and information are believed to be accurate and reliable, they are presented without guarantee or warranty of any kind, express or implied, and risks and liability for results obtained by use of the products or application of the suggestion described are assumed by the user. Statements or suggestions concerning possible use of our product are made without representation or warranty that any such use is free of patent infringement and are not recommendations to infringe any patent. The user should not assume that toxicity data or safety measures are fully indicated or that other measures may not be required.

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    United States

    APICAL DIVISION

    KANEKA TEXAS CORPORATION

    6161 Underwood Rd. Pasadena, TX 77507 U.S.A. 800-222-8128 FAX: 281-291-2110

    Europe

    KANEKA BELGIUM N.V.

    Boulevard Du Triomphe 173 1160 Brussels Belgium 32-2-672-0190 FAX: 32-2-675 22 68

    Japan

    KANEKA CORPORATION

    1-12-32, Akasaka, Minato-ku Tokyo 107 Japan 81-3-5574-8101 FAX: 81-3-5574-8401

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  • APICAL : Polyimide Film DESCRIPTION APICAL polyimide film possesses an excellent balance of physical, thermal, electrical and chemi- cal properties over a wide range of temperature (-269°C [-452°F] to 400°C [752°F]). More precise thickness control, superior web flatness, plus improved adhesion and excellent dimen- sional stability are standard features with Apical polyimide films. Applications for APICAL poly- imide film include flexible printed circuits (FPC), tape automated bonding (TAB), motor generator insulation, wire and cable insulation, bar code label and pressure sensitive tape. APICAL is produced by the polycondensation reaction between an aromatic dianhydride and an aromatic diamine. APICAL DIVISION KANEKA TEXAS CORPORATION PRODUCES THREE TYPES OF APICAL FILM.

    APICAL AV APICAL AV has been sucessfully used in appli- cations where a wide operating temperature (-269°C to 400°C) combined with excellent physical, electrical and chemical properties is

    - ture is as follows.

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    APICAL AF APICAL AF is a FEP fluoropolymer resin coated/laminated polyimide film developed for high temperature applications where heat sealabil- ity or improved moisture and chemical resistance is required. APICAL AF is available in a variety of constructions. (see Table 7)

    APICAL NP APICAL NP is developed by using state of the art technology designed specifically for applications where superior dimensional stability is essential. The superior dimensional stability characteristics of Apical NP make it particularly well suited for use in FPC and TAB applications.

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    APICAL DIVISION KANEKA TEXAS CORPORATION 6161 Underwood Road Pasadena,TX 77507 800-222-8128 Phone: 281-447-0755 Fax:281-291-2110 www.kanekatexas.com DISCLAIMER: Although all statements and information are believed to be accurate and reliable, they are presented without guarantee or warranty of any kind, express or implied, and risks and liability for results obtained by use of the products or application of the suggestion described are assumed by the user. Statements or suggestions concerning possible use of our product are made without representation or warranty that any such use is free of patent infringement and are not recommendations to infringe any patent. The user should not assume that toxicity data or safety measures are fully indicated or that other measures may not be required.

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    ® APICAL : Polyimide Film TABLE 1 APICAL AV GRADES

    PRODUCT NOMINAL THICKNESS APPROXIMATE AREA FACTOR

    50AV 0.5 12.5 56 275 75AV 0.75 19.0 36 175 100AV 1.0 25.0 28 138 200AV 2.0 50.0 14 69 300AV 3.0 75.0 9 46 500AV 5.0 125.0 6 27 100AVY* 1.0 25.0 28 138

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    APICAL : Polyimide Film Table 2 PHYSICAL PROPERTIES OF APICAL AV (APICAL 100AV 1MIL)

    PROPERTY UNIT TYPICAL VALUE TEST METHOD -195°C 23°C 200°C Ultimate Tensile Strength (MD) psi 48,000 35,000 20,000 ASTM D-882 Mpa 330 241 138 Yield Point at 3% Elongation (MD) psi 10,000 6,000 ASTM D-882 Mpa 69 41 Stress at 5% Elongation (MD) psi 13,000 8,000 ASTM D-882 Mpa 90 55 Ultimate Elongation % 20 95 103 ASTM D-882 Tensile Modulus psi 610,000 460,000 260,000 ASTM D-882 Gpa 4.2 3.2 1.8 Folding Endurance cycles >100,000 ASTM D-2176 Tear Strength Propagating g 7 ASTM-1938 (Single tear) lbs 0.02 Tear Strength Initial g 520 ASTM D-1004 (Graves) lbs 1.15 Density g/cm 1.42 ASTM D-1505 Coefficient of Friction [Kinetic] - 0.40 ASTM D-1894 (Film to Film) Coefficient of Friction [Static] - 0.50 ASTM D-1894 (Film to Film)

    APICAL DIVISION KANEKA TEXAS CORPORATION 6161 Underwood Road Pasadena,TX 77507 800-222-8128 Phone: 281-447-0755 Fax:281-291-2110 www.kanekatexas.com DISCLAIMER: Although all statements and information are believed to be accurate and reliable, they are presented without guarantee or warranty of any kind, express or implied, and risks and liability for results obtained by use of the products or application of the suggestion described are assumed by the user. Statements or suggestions concerning possible use of our product are made without representation or warranty that any such use is free of patent infringement and are not recommendations to infringe any patent. The user should not assume that toxicity data or safety measures are fully indicated or that other measures may not be required.

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    TENSILE STRESS STRAIN CURVES OF

    APICAL AV

    The usual values of tensile strength, tensile

    modulus, and ultimate elongation at various

    temperatures appear in the typical stress strain

    curves shown in Figure 1. Such properties as

    tensile strength and modulus decrease at higher

    temperature, while elongation reaches a maxi-

    mum value at about 200°C (392°F).

    Other factors, such as humidity and film thickness

    have only a negligible effect on the shape of the

    stress strain curves.

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    Strain (%)

    200

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    Stress

    (MPa)

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    FIGURE 1

    TENSILE STRESS STRAIN CURVES

    (APICAL 100AV 1MIL)

    APICAL DIVISION KANEKA TEXAS CORPORATION

    6161 Underwood Road Pasadena,TX 77507 800-222-8128 Phone: 281-447-0755 Fax:281-291-2110

    www.kanekatexas.com

    DISCLAIMER: Although all statements and information are believed to be accurate and reliable, they are presented without guarantee or

    warranty of any kind, express or implied, and risks and liability for results obtained by use of the products or application of the suggestion

    described are assumed by the user. Statements or suggestions concerning possible use of our product are made without representation or

    warranty that any such use is free of patent infringement and are not recommendations to infringe any patent. The user should not assume

    that toxicity data or safety measures are fully indicated or that other measures may not be required.

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    Stress relaxation is shown in Figure 2 and Creep is shown in Figure 3. Stress relaxation and Creep can happen during film processing or in application.

    Ratio of Stress (%)

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    Time (Minutes)

    Stress relaxation is observed as the film is strained by elongation.