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Butyl Rubber Tape Description


Non-woven butyl tape is known for its flexibility, high tackiness, and resistance to UV rays, moisture, and extreme temperatures. It is often used in construction, automotive, and manufacturing industries for applications such as sealing roof joints, windows, and doors, as well as for bonding and sealing various materials like metal, glass, plastic, and concrete.

The tape is typically supplied in rolls and can be easily applied by hand. It adheres well to most surfaces, even irregular or rough ones, and forms a durable and long-lasting bond. Additionally, non-woven butyl rubber tapes are designed to be non-hardening and permanently flexible, allowing it to accommodate movement and thermal expansion without losing its sealing properties.

Overall, non-woven butyl tape is a versatile adhesive tape that provides effective sealing and bonding solutions in a wide range of applications, particularly where strong adhesion, weather resistance, and durability are required.

Butyl Rubber Tape Technical Data

Standard Size:


1mm×20mm×20m, 1mm×25mm×20m, 1mm×30mm×20m

Technical Data:

Thickness: 1mm

AD Strength: 33N/25mm

Holding Power: 0.1mm/15min

Ball Tack: Ball No.32

Tensile Strength: 180N/25mm