Vinyl Floor Tape

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Vinyl Floor Tape

Description

A wide selection of quality aisle marking and pipe banding tapes. Our Aisle Marking PVC Tapes are made from a durable vinyl film with a permanent acrylic adhesive system. Vinyl offers a matte smooth conformable tape that is great for marking hazards on floors, walls, equipment and pipe banding. Available in 1", 2", 3", 4" 6" widths x 108' or 180' rolls. Available Tape Colors: yellow, black, orange, gray, brown, magenta, white, blue, red, green.

 

 

  • Case Qty: 48 Rolls
    Roll Length: 36 Yards (108')
    Case Weight: 20 lbs
    Roll Length: 60 Yards (180')
    Case Weight: 30 lbs

  • PRODUCT INFORMATION GUIDE
    Application(s): a good choice for most industrial applications. Our general purpose PVC tape products are a great choice for floor aisle marking and color-coding pipe banding applications. The coloring is throughout the vinyl so it can not scratch or scuff during wear. The 6 MIL PVC film is formulated with a cross linked rubber adhesive providing good adhesive tack and flow, making it Adhesive: Crosslinked Rubber Adhesive

  • Carrier: Vinyl (6 MIL)
    Total Thickness: 6.8 MIL
    Specifications: Meets Federal Specification: PPP-T-66E
    Liner: No Liner - Tape Is Self Wound
    Shelf Life: One year from date of purchase when stored at 700F, 50% relative humidity.

  • Property: Test Method: Measurement:
    PVC Film
    Thickness PSTC-33 6 mils
    Tensile Strength ASTM-D638 > 15 lb / inch
    Elongation ASTM-D638 > 150%
    Rubber Adhesive
    Dry Coat Weight PSTC-33 35 g/m2 (0.066 oz/yd2)
    180 Peel Adhesion PSTC-1 > 1 lb / inch
    Operational Temp. (-10 to 600C) -14 to 1400F
    Min Application Temp. 100C (500F)

  • This data is based on typical results achieved. It is the sole responsibility of the buyer or user to ensure that the product is suitable for any proposed end use or application and to esnure proper cleaning of the substrate to which it will be applied. This data in no way constitutes a specification, nor should it be seen as a recommendation for use. We accept no liability for any loss, damage or injury resulting from the use of these products or data. November 2003.