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Product Data
ColourGreen
TypeBagging Film
FormatLay Flat Tube (LFT)
Chemistry / MaterialNylon (PA6)
Weight and Dimensions
Width1520mm
Film Thickness50μm
Mechanical Properties
Max Service Temp200°C
General Properties
Gross Weight0.901kg

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VB200 Vacuum Bagging Film LFT (1520mm)

VB200 is an aerospace-grade multilayer mono-nylon vacuum bagging film suitable for use at temperatures up to 204°C. It is recommended for high temperature/pressure applications including aerospace and F1 composites. .

1.52m (60") wide, lay-flat-tube format (2 layers). Available to buy online in a 5lm folded pack, by the linear metre or in a full 250lm roll.


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VB200 is an aerospace-grade, multilayer mono-nylon vacuum bagging film suitable for cure temperatures up to 204°C/400°F. VB200 offers very high tensile strength making it ideally suited to demanding high temperature/pressure curing applications such as aerospace prepregs.

Typical Uses:

  • Autoclave-cured prepreg laminating
  • High temperature applications (up to 204°C/400°F)
  • High pressure applications

How to Buy

This vacuum bagging film is available to buy in a folded 5lm pack, by the linear metre (10lm minimum order) or in wholesale rolls of 100lm and 250lm. Please choose how you would like to purchase the film from the drop-down list above.

The film itself is 1.52m wide and is supplied in an LFT (lay flat tube) format meaning that each linear metre is equal to 3.02sqm.

The 1.52m width of the bagging film means that (except for the folded pack) it is supplied in a 160cm long box. Please be aware that this 'oversize' package can result in higher transport costs for some international destinations. The 5m pack is folded into a small package which avoids this 'oversize' charge.

Volume Pricing

We believe we offer unbeatable prices on vac bagging consumables. To make comparisons easy, select the different pack/roll sizes from the drop down menu above:

Further Information

Multilayer Reliability

VB200 uses multiple 100% PA (Nylon) layers for maximum reliability. Multilayer technology eliminates problems caused by imperfections, pin holes or weaknesses in the film by combining layer after layer into a single, ultra-reliable film.

Lay Flat Tube Format

VB200 is supplied at 1.52m wide in a lay-flat tube (LFT) format meaning that off the roll it is two layers of film with either edge already sealed. This means that each linear metre supplied is actually 3.04sqm.

Working with film in a lay flat tube format like this means that it's often possible to make use of one or both of the existing seams, reducing the amount of bagging tape required to seal your bags and speeding-up the bagging process. It also makes it possible to slit the bag down just one side and open it up to a very wide 3m width - ideal for large bagging projects.

Recommended Uses

VB200 is most typically used as a specialist bagging film when working with high cure temperature prepregs, applications at high pressures or those requiring a particularly high strength/high reliability bagging film (such as tool leak-testing), making it ideal as a high temperature bagging film or autoclave vacuum bagging film.

VB200 is an aerospace-grade, multilayer mono-nylon vacuum bagging film suitable for cure temperatures up to 204°C/400°F. VB200 offers very high tensile strength making it ideally suited to demanding high temperature/pressure curing applications such as aerospace prepregs.

Typical Uses:

  • Autoclave-cured prepreg laminating
  • High temperature applications (up to 204°C/400°F)
  • High pressure applications

How to Buy

This vacuum bagging film is available to buy in a folded 5lm pack, by the linear metre (10lm minimum order) or in wholesale rolls of 100lm and 250lm. Please choose how you would like to purchase the film from the drop-down list above.

The film itself is 1.52m wide and is supplied in an LFT (lay flat tube) format meaning that each linear metre is equal to 3.02sqm.

The 1.52m width of the bagging film means that (except for the folded pack) it is supplied in a 160cm long box. Please be aware that this 'oversize' package can result in higher transport costs for some international destinations. The 5m pack is folded into a small package which avoids this 'oversize' charge.

Volume Pricing

We believe we offer unbeatable prices on vac bagging consumables. To make comparisons easy, select the different pack/roll sizes from the drop down menu above:

Further Information

Multilayer Reliability

VB200 uses multiple 100% PA (Nylon) layers for maximum reliability. Multilayer technology eliminates problems caused by imperfections, pin holes or weaknesses in the film by combining layer after layer into a single, ultra-reliable film.

Lay Flat Tube Format

VB200 is supplied at 1.52m wide in a lay-flat tube (LFT) format meaning that off the roll it is two layers of film with either edge already sealed. This means that each linear metre supplied is actually 3.04sqm.

Working with film in a lay flat tube format like this means that it's often possible to make use of one or both of the existing seams, reducing the amount of bagging tape required to seal your bags and speeding-up the bagging process. It also makes it possible to slit the bag down just one side and open it up to a very wide 3m width - ideal for large bagging projects.

Recommended Uses

VB200 is most typically used as a specialist bagging film when working with high cure temperature prepregs, applications at high pressures or those requiring a particularly high strength/high reliability bagging film (such as tool leak-testing), making it ideal as a high temperature bagging film or autoclave vacuum bagging film.

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Technical Datasheet (TDS)238 KB

Specification

Product Data
ColourGreen
TypeBagging Film
FormatLay Flat Tube (LFT)
Chemistry / MaterialNylon (PA6)
Weight and Dimensions
Width1520mm
Film Thickness50μm
Mechanical Properties
Max Service Temp200°C
General Properties
Gross Weight0.901kg

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When checking the delivery cost of your order, if you receive an 'oversize' warning then you may need to select a smaller size of this product in order to continue. Alternatively, please contact us to discuss.

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