Premium Grade Aluminum Foil Tape with Liner
WOD AFT36R Aluminum Foil Tape is coated with a pressure-sensitive hot melt synthetic rubber adhesive (underside of tape looks like uncolored silver aluminum foil). The tape comes on a white paper release liner. The tape features a malleable foil which conforms well to irregular and curves surfaces. Its aggressive adhesive provides quick, positive grab.
WOD AFT36R is an all-weather general purpose used in fiberglass duct board systems (on seams and joints to maintain the integrity of the vapor barrier) and on FSK systems. Tape performs well at both low and elevated temperatures and is flame retardant. Used in the construction industry for joining elastomeric insulation systems.
The surface to which the tape is applied should be clean, dry and free of any grease or oil.
- For heat reflection and dissipation
- Masking in paint stripping, and electroplating
- Used for vapor barrier protection and waterproof sealing
- Uses include general repair, sealing hot and cold air ducts (excellent HVAC tape), duct insulation systems, sealing aluminum, stainless and plastic seams / joints, temporary repair of metal surfaces, and copper pipe fixing
- If you're planning on attending Burning Man, you should know that you can use WOD AFT36R aluminum foil tape to cover over and seal the seams of your Hexayurt shelter. It can withstand high winds, temperature swings, sandstorms and physical abuse.
Adhesive: Hot melt synthetic rubber adhesive How are adhesives different?
Carrier/Backing: Aluminum Foil
Release Liner: Paper
Thickness: 2 mils (carrier, adhesive) What is mil thickness?
Adhesion: 91 ounces per inch (to stainless steel test panel)
Tensile Strength: 17.1 pounds per inch (longitudinal)
Service/Operating Temperature: -4°F to 176°F
Core: 3" Diameter
Alternative to: Ideal 488; Venture 3530; Shurtape AF973; Fasson 0802; Polyken 337; Nashua 332; Tesa 53900.
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Note: Specifications are those given by manufacturers and are not tested for accuracy.