Self Wound Aluminium Foil Tape

Colour:  Silver

Roll Size:  50mm Widths in 55 metre rolls Other widths ex overseas available upon application

Adhesive:  Rubber Synthetic

Description: A release coated 0.75mm dead soft aluminium foil with a high temperature resistant acrylic adhesive

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Description

Colour:  Silver

Roll Size:  50mm Widths in 55 metre rolls Other widths ex overseas available upon application

Adhesive:  Rubber Synthetic

Description: A release coated 0.75mm dead soft aluminium foil with a high temperature resistant acrylic adhesive..

Application:  

1. Positioning copper tubing in the refrigeration industry
2. Sealing foil insulation products particularly Fire Wall situations
3. Heavy duty sealing and providing a moisture/vapour seal
4. Masking applications in aviation paint shops

Technical Details:

Tape Thickness:0.135mm
Breaking Load (PSTC-31):60 N/cm
Adhesion to Steel (PSTC-1):14.4 N/cm
AShear Adhesion to Steel (PSTC-7):3500 Minutes
Tested to AS 1530 Pt3
Service Temperature:-45ºC to 135ºC
Storage Temperature:15ºC to 25ºC
Shelf Life:12 Months


Surface Preparation: The surface on which the tape is to be used must be clean, dry and free from grease and dust. Remember that pressure sensitive adhesive must be applied with the maximum possible pressure in order to achieve maximum adhesion levels. The recommended application temperature is between 15ºC and 25ºC.

Storage:  Tapes stored below the minimum application temperature will require warming up to that level before use. Up to 24 hours may be required for this to take place.

Note:  The above figures represent average values. Actual figures can vary. The selection and application of a tape is the responsibility of the buyer. Tape should be stored at room temperature and should not be exposed to sunlight. We reserve the right to make changes without notice to our products and specifications.

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