Insulation is used in a multitude of different ways: It isolates electrical currents, seals connections and housings, bundles or labels components and protects against moisture, heat, pressure or UV exposure. A challenge common to all of these applications is the ability of the insulation material to cope with high mechanical loads – and the need to find exactly the right material for the application in question. DENSO offers an innovative range of product solutions for this diverse set of challenges.
Flexibility for sleeves and housings
Our flexible, self-amalgamating DENSOLEN®-E/N tapes provide exceptional electrical insulation and can be used to seal cable sleeves, electrical housings and at roof and building entry points for power and telecommunications cables.
Enduring protection despite UV exposure
Our DENSIT®-AL/PB sealing tapes provide maximum UV protection for above-ground pipes, while also guarding against damage caused by water vapour and oxygen. The metallic surface of the tape reflects sunlight, reducing the surface temperature of the encasement material to increase its service life significantly.
A clear overview in electrical systems
The insulation and multi-purpose tapes DENSIT®-Alltape, DENSIT®-Anker and Palimex®-170 are used in electrical engineering applications for bundling, affixing, labelling and sealing.
Insulation with galvanic isolation
The highly tear-resistant and strongly adhesive DENSIT®-K/-FK tapes are ideal for creating electrically insulated seals and also provide galvanic isolation.
Flexibility of use
The protective tape system PALIMEX®-880/-855 offers due to its flexible construction a combination of different thicknesses. With a simple application and a high UV-resistance, the system guarantees an electrical high isolated coating.
Pressure lock in ventilation systems
PALIMEX®-2000 is the perfect solution in ventilation systems that need to withstand an overpressure of up to 5000 PA, meet the requirements of fire protection class 2, and be suitable for use at temperatures of up to +75° C (+167°F).