PE Foam Tape (Self-Wound Flange Tape) has a uniform closed cell structure with a smooth surface that gives an excellent seal against water and vapour transmission when compressed 10 – 30% of its original thickness.
PE Foam Tape: The Ultimate HVAC Insulation Solution
PE Foam Tape, also known as Self-Wound Flange Tape, is a revolutionary product in the HVAC insulation industry. With its uniform closed cell structure and smooth surface, it provides an excellent seal against water and vapour transmission when compressed 10 – 30% of its original thickness.
Optimum Seal for Duct Mating Frames
Designed specifically to provide an optimum seal between duct mating frames, our Flange Tape is the go-to solution for all insulation and HVAC supplies. Being self-wound, there is no backing paper to peel off or clean up, making the application process smooth and hassle-free.
No Unravel or Tangle
One of the standout features of our Flange Tape is that the roll stays together and will not unravel or tangle. This ensures a seamless application process, saving you time and effort.
Storage and Handling
To maintain the integrity of the tape, it is recommended to store it below 40oC to prevent the tape from sticking to itself. This ensures the tape remains in optimal condition for use when needed.
HVAC Insulation: A Game Changer
In the realm of HVAC insulation, our Flange Tape is a game changer. Its unique properties and easy application make it a must-have!
In conclusion, our PE Foam Tape is the ultimate solution for HVAC insulation. Its unique features and benefits make it an indispensable tool in the HVAC industry is you are serious about your duct insulation. So why wait? Upgrade your HVAC supplies with our Flange Tape today!
Remember, for all your insulation and HVAC supplies, our Flange Tape is the trusted choice. Experience the difference today!
Designed to give an optimum seal between duct mating frames.
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