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Butyl Rubber Tape Description

 

Double-sided butyl tape is commonly used in various applications where a strong and durable bond is required. It is particularly useful for sealing and bonding applications in construction, automotive, and industrial settings. The tape is often used for joining materials such as metal, glass, plastics, and wood.

One of the primary advantages of double-sided butyl tape is its ability to create a watertight and airtight seal. It adheres well to a wide range of surfaces, including irregular or rough surfaces, and provides a reliable bond that is resistant to temperature changes and environmental conditions.

To use double-sided butyl rubber tapes, you typically remove the protective backing on both sides to expose the adhesive surfaces. Then, you can apply the tape to the desired surfaces and press them together firmly to create a secure bond. The tape’s adhesive properties allow it to conform to the contours of the surfaces, providing good contact and sealing.

Butyl Rubber Tape Technical Data

Standard Size:

Thickness×Width×Length

1mm×20mm×20m, 2mm×20mm×20m, 3mm×20mm×20m

More information as PDF documents.

Technical Data:

Thickness: 1.00mm

AD Strength: 23.8N/25mm

Holding Power: 0.3mm/15min

Ball Tack: Ball No.32

Tensile Strength: 80.9N/25mm