PTFE Coated Fiberglass Heat & High Temperature Resistant Tape:
Gasket and Sealing Tape
Coated Fiberglass Tape
This heat resistant tape provides high temperature and chemical resistance along with thermal insulating properties. Resistant to almost all solvents, caustics and acids.
This heat resistant tape is PTFE coated, and is used as a gasket and seal material for a variety of mechanical surfaces. Also as a chemically resistant insulation material for wire, cable, hose, tube and pipe carrying high or low temperature liquids or gases. Makes a good gasket seal against steam, water, gases and other fluids.
The base fiberglass fabric is rated to 1000°F / 537°C while the PTFE melting point is 620°F / 327°C.
Available in 1/16", 1/8" and 3/16" thickness and 0.5" to 6" widths.
This heat resistant tape is available in Plain and Drop Warp Styles. Drop Warp tape has several of the center lengthwise yarns missing during weaving, and allows the tape to be easily used for bolt-hole applications (sometimes called a ladder tape or bolt-hole style tape).
Materials that resist catching fire, burn slowly, or retard burning can be described as either "incombustible", "non-flammable", "non-combustible", "fire-resistant" or "fire-retardant". "Self-extinguishing" materials cease burning once the flame or heat source is removed. "Fireproof" is understood to mean that an object cannot burn, but few materials are truly fireproof.
Most of our products fall within one or more of the above descriptions: they resist high temperature, flame, fire, molten metal splash and weld splatter very well but may melt with prolonged exposures past their designed maximum continuous operating temperature. They can also provide OSHA, ANSI-FM & NFPA compliance and personnel protection.
Using our products to retain heat or cold within pipes, hoses, enclosures or equipment helps conserve energy and resources, and reduces operating costs.
AB Technology Group: Keeping Our World Cooler ä. All products are non-asbestos and 100% asbestos free, and also make excellent asbestos substitution and replacement materials.